The HISTORY DEPARTMENT will be offering courses in the TEXAS STATE IN CANTERBURY Program this summer - 2012. The following courses will be offered in Canterbury, England SUMMER II and students can mix and match any two of the following for six hours of credit. The DEADLINE for submitting a DEPOSIT is MARCH 19 and the final payment is due in May. Any financial aid a student receives to go to school on campus will usually apply to Study Abroad.
All classes are taught by Texas State faculty and include local excursions, agency visits (for psych and social work students), theater outings (for theater students), as well as museum and historical
site tours. (History and Political Science students will visit Parliament.)
All students and faculty are housed in beautiful, gated Lanfranc House, just minutes from historical Canterbury Cathedral and the downtown Canterbury shopping district. Paid excursions include a
private tour of Canterbury Cathedral, Dover Castle, weekly excursions to London, Salisbury Cathedral (home to the Magna Carta) and a private evening tour INSIDE the stone circle at Stonehenge.
This program provides an amazing opportunity for students to spend four weeks (July 9 - August 6) living in England and getting to know the locals, the customs, the food, and the amazing sites that
surround them. Please visit http://texasstatetocanterbury.shutterfly.com/ for more INFORMATION and to download an APPLICATION or contact Irene Hindson (History Department - IH01@txstate.edu) or
the program director, Dr. Jon McGee (Anthropology Department -- 512-245-8272 -- RM08@txstate.edu) with your questions or to schedule an appointment.
Course offerings - Summer 2010 Faculty member:
ANTH 1312 Intro to Cultural - Dr. Jon McGee
ANTH 4320/5320 Rise of Civ.
ANTH 4360/5390 Dir. Study
HIST 3315 History of England to 1603 (subs for 2310/20) - Dr. Bryan Mann
HIST 4317 Tudor/Stuart England 1485-1714
HIST 4388 Undergrad. Dir. Study
HIST 5390 Grad. Dir. Study
ENG 2310 British Literature Before 1765 - Dr. John Blair
ENG 3311 & 5395 (stacked) Advanced Writing - Travel Writing
ENG 3390 Problems in Language and Literature. (Ind. Study)
ENG 5390 Special Problems. (Ind. Study)
PSY 3300 Lifespan Development - Dr. Shirley Ogletree
PSY 3332 Psychology of Women
PSY 4395 Individual Study
PSY 5366 Individual Study
SOWK 3305 (HBSE) - Mrs. Stacie McGee
SOWK 3339 Selected Topics
Independent Study (can take twice with different emphasis)