This three-week summer program explores "revolutionary imagination" as seen in movements in architecture, landscape, arts, science and technology, and legislation on human rights and equality on both sides of the Channel. Students will retrace the steps of figures from literature and history through the cities of Dublin, Oxford, London, and Paris, using these exemplars as lenses and focal points for self-determined final projects. Guided by extensive readings, excursions and experiential site visits, students will explore these four cities in a dynamic experience of active and activist global learning.
Students will earn eight quarter or five-six semester credits and be housed in a variety of hostels, hotels and dormitory rooms, as the program is often on the move.
- Visit Dublin, Oxford, London and Paris
- Explore exemplars of literature and history through a self-created final project