Bridgewater State University
Minnock Institute for Global Engagement
Bridgewater, MA 02325
(508) 531-6183
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United Kingdom

Travel Course: Exploring Scotland's History and Culture Through Movement and Text

Term To Study: Summer 2020
Application Deadline: Mar 18, 2020
Program Starts: Jun 03, 2020
Program Ends: Jun 13, 2020
Program Category: One-Country
Program Type: Faculty-led
Program Fee: $3,350
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Program Locations: Edinburgh, Scotland
Contact Phone: 508-531-6183
Contact Name: Study Abroad Office
Contact Email: studyabroad@bridgew.edu
What is Included: BSU 3-credit course, international airfare, accommodations, onsite transportation, itinerary activities, and some meals.

All dates are subject to change, +/- 1-3 days
What is not Included: Other meals, baggage fees, if applicable, and spending money
Application fee: $25
Estimated Costs: Program Price: $3,350

Additional Estimated Expenses not included in Program Price:
$25 Application Fee
$100-150 Additional Meals
$50 Airline Baggage Fees, if applicable
$50-$200 Personal Spending Money
Documents: 
scotland_hist_phed_program_sched
ule.pdf
scotland_hist_phed_syllabus.pdf
scotland_hist_summer_2020_travel
_course.pdf
Program Description

Faculty Leaders:
Prof. Sarah Wiggins
swiggins@bridgew.edu
Prof. Maura Rosenthal
mrosenthal@bridgew.edu

Undergrad: HIST 455 or PHED 455
Grad: HIST 580 or PHED 565
HIST 455 Fulfills CORE: Global Culture

All dates are subject to change, +/- 1-3 days

This program includes extensive walking on uneven terrain.

Course Description:
This course aims to introduce students to eighteenth- and nineteenth century Scottish history and culture through the exploration of landscapes and cityscapes, including the Highlands and the city of Edinburgh. Students will explore Scottish political history coupled with movement theory to emphasize the experiential nature of travel. Students will visit significant historical sites like Edinburgh Castle and view artifacts at the National Museum of Scotland. We will explore the importance of recreation and leisure in Scottish culture and our own kinesthetic experience of hiking Arthur's Seat, an iconic hike offering great views of Edinburgh. Students will also visit Culloden Moor, Clava Cairns, and Castle Urquhart at Loch Ness, as well as the Highland mountains of Glencoe.

Quick Facts

Population: 63047162
Capital: London
Per-capita GDP: $ 36600
Size: 243610 km2
Time Zone: (GMT) Dublin

US State Department

Travel Warning: YES
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