Medieval England 2022 Study Abroad Info Session
Consider spending July 2 to Aug. 3, 2022, studying all aspects of the Middle Ages in England for six hours of advanced ENGL, HIST, HUMN or MRST credit. Optional honors credit is available as well. Participants will reside in Durham, York and London. We shall visit numerous historical sites, including Lindisfarne, Rievaulx, Rochester, Dover, Canterbury, Windsor, Hampton Palace, the Tower of London, the Globe Theatre, and many more.
If interested, please participate in a virtual information session:
Join the Zoom meeting at 3 p.m. Monday, Oct 18.
Invite your friends as well. If you are unable attend this meeting, there will be others in the future, or you may contact the instructors Amanda McGee at email@example.com or William A. Quinn at firstname.lastname@example.org directly for more information.
William A. Quinn, chair
Department of English
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