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Arcadia University Scotland - Literature in Scotland Summer (Outgoing Program)
- Locations: Edinburgh, United Kingdom
- Program Terms: Summer
- Homepage: Click to visit
- Program Sponsor: Arcadia
The literature courses provide an opportunity to hear leading novelists, poets, literary critics, and historians discuss the social, historical and theoretical influences that have impacted modern British literature. Prominent speakers in thepast have included David Daiches, Cairns Craig, Arthur Marwick, Terry Eagleton, Toril Moi, Christopher Harvie, Samuel Hynes, Bernard Crick, Catherine Belsey, Philip Hobsbaum, Randall Stevenson, and Brian McHale. The SUISS encourages you to freely interact with these distinguished scholars and personalities, sharing your ideas and observations with them and other visiting students.
The Arcadia Advantage
Whether you participate in British Literature from 1900 to 1945 or 1945 to present or both, your courses will include an intensive program of lectures and seminars. You will attend lectures each weekday morning and seminars four times a week. During your seminars, which are led by tutors who are experts in their field, you will examine specific texts and discuss the issues they raise. Additionally, the variety of extracurricular programs that are available will give you insight into Britain's rich and fascinating cultural traditions. You can expect to enjoy readings by leading Scottish writers, discussions on the arts and architecture, and participation in traditional Scottish folk singing and storytelling.
Summer Semester: March 31
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