|Lodging (30 nights in Central London)||
|Experiential Element (Stratford, plays)||
|Fixed Costs (Faculty costs, coaches, etc.)||
|Tuition is separate and will be billed separately by LHU Revenue Office at current LHU rates ; LHU tuition|
Airfare is for roundtrip from Newark to London. Does not include fee for changing flights and not returning with group on June 17.
Lodging is for 30 nights in shared flats, depending on pairings and gender matches.
Experiential element includes 11 total experiences (plays, mainly, though Philosophy may have other experiences, like museums).
Fixed costs cover buses to and from the airport, to and from Stratford, and program faculty expenses.
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You are responsible for your own meals. This figure is hard to calculate, since different individuals will take different approaches. $500 is probably a reasonable estimate, though, with a kitchen in each student flat, costs could be lower. Exchange rate
English 400: Advanced Topics in British Literature (Shakespeare)
A survey of several (4) plays (probably all standards) of Englandís greatest playwright. Seen at various venues, including the Globe and Stratford-upon-Avon.
Theater 340: History of Theatre
Counts as LHU Gen Ed; a survey of some aspect of the theatre, with some historical approach. Sometimes the theme has been classics (Chekhov, Shaw, Wilde), sometimes emphasis on contemporary British theatre (McPherson, Bennett, Frayn), depending on what's playing while we are in London. Venues are important: you will see plays in the National Theatre, and probably the Barbican, Old or New Vic, and Royal Court.
If there are more than fifteen students, a third course choice of
History 328: Social Sciences Seminar--Public Entertainment and Public Space in London, from the Romans to the Blitz
Readings and discussions on the politics and history of public space in London.