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AUGUSTANA FACULTY LED PROGRAM: Scotland's Stories & Scenes
Edinburgh, Scotland; Glasgow, Scotland; Inverness, Scotland; Portree, Scotland
Program Terms: Spring Break
This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
 Program Type:
Faculty-Led
 Language of Instruction:
English
 Housing Options:
Hostel, Hotel
 Course Leader:
Looney, Sandra
 Program Provider:
Augustana College
 Additional Prerequisites:
Academic Good Standing, Dean of Students Approval
 Add'l App Required:
No
 Additional Fees:
$150 IPO Administrative Fee
Program Description:
scotland     edinburgh

Academic Overview
The nature of this course will be to investigate how Scotland's crofting tradition, literary landscape, and place in the United Kington influence the Scottish identity and national consciousness.  We will study how the past literary lights of Scotland, especially Sir Walter Scott, Robert Burns, and Rober Louis Stevenson, illuminate both Edinburgh as a city and the present literary landscape; furthermore, we will examine how contemporary Scottish writers cultivate a thriving literary landscape of their own, independent from the past tradition.  We will travel to Inverness, Portree on the Isle of Skye, Glasgow, and Edinburgh.

This is a one credit elective course. This credit can be applied to an English major or minor at Augustana College.

Comprehensive Fee
The cost for this program is estimated at $3,000-$3,300.
The program cost includes roundtrip airfare from Sioux Falls, housing, all in-country travel, admission fees for all course excursions and two meals per day. See Dr. Looney for an estimate of spending money needed.

Program Director
Sandra Looney, Ph.D., Augustana College              605.274.5430

Application Procedures and Deadlines
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Dates / Deadlines:
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This program is currently not accepting applications.