Study Abroad Opportunity: England Summer 2020

Please come to an information session about residing in England for five weeks next summmer to study all aspects of the Middle Ages. Meet at 4 p.m. today, Friday, Nov. 15, in Old Main 319.

The instructors, William Quinn and Amanda McGee, and a representative of the Study Abroad Office will be there to describe the content of the courses and the historical sites to be visited. Information will also be provided about expenses and available financial support.

If you cannot attend, feel free to contact professor Quinn directly or Katie Sabo in the Study Abroad Office.

Contacts

William A. Quinn, Distinguished Professor and chair
Department of English
479-575-5988, wquinn@uark.edu

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