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Study Abroad

In the  STUDY ABROAD Program, students take classes at and receive transfer credit from a participating university overseas, and the program may last the entire semester.  View the information below or click on one of these links:

Picture of the London Clock Tower and bridge
May Term 2019, ART 260/SPRO 260 -- Storytelling in London Town -- Leo Rowland and Tommi Cahill

Dates: June 3 – 23                                                                                                                              
Enrollment Limit = 18
Estimated Course Fee = $3,499

FEATURES INCLUDED IN COURSE: -- IES pre-departure support, international medical insurance, on-site orientation, welcome lunch, city tour, housing, transportation passes, IES facilities, guest lecturers, excursions including Dickens Museum, Jack the Ripper Walk, Wimbledon Art Studio, Photographer’s Gallery, Churchill War Room, Highgate Cemetery, British Museum, storytelling events, visit to Bristol, and farewell dinner.

Estimated Expenses Beyond Course Fee:  ---- Airfare, $950; meals $450; camera $140

COURSE DESCRIPTION (Tuskegee Humanities Elective, HUMN 200, possible Art credit):   Using a digital camera and the written word, students will explore London, England as a backdrop to develop storytelling projects on a small group basis. Through exposing students to photographic/visual, oral, and written stories in London, students will create original stories in the form of photographs and text. These portfolios of works will culminate in printed books/magazines on the basis of digital and written, creative journals. These stories will stem from select themes which will provide the basis for the narrative arc of storytelling projects. Students will be exposed to examples of locally and nationally created stories through visits to museums, theater/film, storytelling events, art studios and lectures by artists and other storytelling professionals The course requires a high degree of autonomy as well as a genuine commitment to group work and cultivating successful group dynamics as students will spend much of their daily activity in the field within their small groups in carrying out their storytelling projects. Students will have regular critiques of their journals and photographs and receive as well as give thoughtful feedback to others' work. LAF’s include CP and CC and LAI’s include C and IMLI.

Faculty Contact Information:  Rhonda Collier,, 334-727-8686, Leo Rowland,, 909 748-8717; Tommi Cahill,, 909 748-xxx