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Professor: G. Dickinson, H. Galloway Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Substitutions: CI 4355, CI 5329, GS 3310, GS 3320, HON 4380C
Course Description: This program provides students the opportunity to learn general science, physics, and/or science methods while studying with Cambodian college students at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, the oldest and most respected university in the country. Students will also have the opportunity to teach what they have learned to local Cambodian children.
Professor: C. Martin Location: Rennes, France, with optional week in Paris
Substitutions: French 2310, 2320, or advanced French
Course Description: This total immersion program in French language and culture will provide students with a comprehensive approach and authentic language environment to continue the development of proficiency in French. Students will also achieve greater cultural understanding by becoming immediately and personally involved with different values inherent in a foreign culture.
Instructor: Beebe, S Communication Studies
HON 1390G or COMM 4315/5315: C.S. Lewis, Master Communicator
The focus of this course is on communication principles and rhetorical strategies embedded in the works of famed Oxford University professor C.S. Lewis. Using Oxford as a “classroom,” you will walk where Lewis walked and sit where Lewis sat when discussing works about Narnia, literature, philosophy, and religion. The course emphasizes communication applications of Lewis’ celebrated writing and speaking career.
For photos from last summer in Oxford, click here.
Substitutions: ARTH 4322 or FR 4304 or ENG 3307 or European studies focus course
Professor: C. Martin
Semester Offered: Summer 2005
Course Description: This course will be devoted to film analysis using an analytical method to design a written analysis centered around a single genre or director. The course is taught abroad during the summer mini-session.
Substitutions: Group A History or FR 3301 or FR 3370 or FR 4301 or ENG 2340
Professor: C. Martin
Semesters Offered: spring 2002, summer 2007
Course Description: Why did France move from the gilded age of Louis XIV's Versailles to military dominance of Europe under Napoleon? Examine the cultural revolutions arising in 18th century France by studying the literature, art, architecture and music of the period.