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[History and Art History]<>

History Abroad

[Athens and Rome]<>

Monumental Power:
Mourning and Memory in Greece and Rome<>

Starting in Greece with the Acropolis and Parthenon, examine the political stakes of mourning, memorials, and memory. After two weeks in Greece, head for Italy<> where you will examine the monumental architecture of classical Rome for two weeks. Contemporary topics and memorials like the Lincoln Memorial, Gettysburg, and the fight over the ‘sacred ground’ of the 9/11 memorial, will be incorporated to provide a view over time of the different ways that republics and empires have attempted to memorialize and mourn traumatic public events. How do these monuments demonstrate the political stakes and the importance of public responses to death and mourning? You will be encourage to think about the connections between politics, culture, and mourning, in a manner that makes use of multi-disciplinary materials from economics, humanities, literature, and film.

Participants earn 6 credits chosen from:

  *   HIST 398 (Historical Study Abroad)
  *   GOVT 490 (Synthesis Seminar)
  *   GOVT 398 (Study Abroad)

  *   ARTH 398 (Study Abroad in the History of Art)
  *   ANTH 398 (Study Abroad)

More History Credit Abroad

[Israel and Palestine]<>

Internships in
Israel and Palestine<>

This intensive 9-week program<> begins with a seminar in Jerusalem where leading Israeli and Palestinian experts, representatives of various Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO's), peace activists, and private sector and government officials will address the group and share their perspectives on the dynamics of Israeli-Palestinian relations.


Fall Semester
Internships in London<>

This program<> is offered every fall to students of all majors, international students, and students who attend universities other than George Mason University.

The Center for Global Education, in partnership with Anglo Educational Services<>, offers students the unique opportunity to participate in a professional academic internship in London. Students are placed in unpaid professional internships for academic credit, based on their course work, skills and personal interests.

[Vietnam and Myanmar]<>

Vietnam and Myanmar:
Visualizing a Post-Conflict World<><>

This summer study abroad<> program offers students a first hand look at two countries that have emerged from prolonged periods of conflict - Vietnam, roiled by decades of war with France, the US and China and Myanmar (Burma), where many ethnic groups experienced oppression under the country’s long-ruling military leaders.  Now,Vietnam<> is a country of growing prosperity and Myanmar<> held its first free elections in 2011. The environmental and economic legacies of conflict have played out very differently in each country and students will have direct contact with both situations.

[South Africa]<>

Summer School in
South Africa<>

Students can study Human Rights, Conflict Management and Transformation, Environmental Science, or Community Service Learning at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth, South Africa<>!

Earn 6 undergraduate transfer credits offered in a variety of disciplines, including African & African American Studies, Biology, Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Environmental Science & Policy, Global Affairs, Global & Community Health, Government, History, New Century Learning, Social Work, and Sociology.


History Credit in Milan<><>

During this four-week faculty-led course<>, students will travel to Milan, Italy and will immerse themselves in Italian media, culture and society. They will experience how it interrelates to culture and society as they have experienced it in the United States. Students will attend daily lectures given by Italian and American faculty on specific topics and will then visit appropriate sights in Italy. Students will also get to visit the largest newspaper in Italy; learn to cook authentic Italian food in Lake Como; visit an Abbey with 900 year-old art; visit a lake overlooking the Alps; go to Turin and visit the National Museum of Cinema; learn what fashion is and what being fashionable means.

History and art history credits available:

  *   HIST 398 (Historical Study abroad)
  *   ARTH 303 (National Traditions)

Other credits available:

Communication (COMM 307:Photography),Communication (COMM 307:The Italian Media), Communication (COMM 452: Media Production Practicum), Film and Video Studies(FAVS 399), and New Century College (NCLC 399 - pending).

[World War I in Europe]<>

World War I in Europe<>

World War I dramatically changed the course of the 20th and 21st centuries. The war’s magnitude of material destruction, staggering loss of lives and the coercive civilian enlistment efforts by governments, together with the combatant nations’ use of censorship, military mobilization, rationing and propaganda were unprecedented. Students will retrace the path of the Great War starting in Vienna, Austria and ending in Paris, France during this four week long course. They will also visit over 25 historical sites and museums and 4 of the Western Front battlefields<>.

History and art history credits available*:

  *   HIST 398 (Historical Study Abroad)
  *   HIST 598 (Historical Study Abroad)
  *   ARTH 398 (Study abroad in the History of Art)
  *   ARTH 599 (Special Topics)

Other credits available*: GERM 480, ECON 492, GLOA 480, GOVT 398, and GOVT 540

*all credits are pending approval

Art History Abroad

[NUI Galway]<>

NUI Galway International Summer School<> | NUI Galway Semester Program<>

NUI Galway International Summer School

Study abroad this summer in Galway, located just minutes from the Irish coast! This program offers students the opportunity to study in Galway, the cultural capital of Ireland! Students will participate in a four-week Irish Studies Program at the National University of Ireland, Galway<> where they'll be able to choose two modules from a range of subjects:

  *   Negotiating Identity: Irish Traditional Music and Dance<>

  *   Representing Ireland: Literature and Film<>

  *   The Archaeological Heritage of Ireland<>

  *   Gaelic Culture and Literature<>

  *   Irish History<>

  *   Irish Society<>

  *   Introduction to Irish Art<>

  *   Creative Writing: Poetry and Fiction<>

NUI Galway Semester Program

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to study at the National University of Ireland, Galway<>, which was named the "World's Friendliest Country" by the travel publisher Lonely Planet in 2008. Students may enroll in courses in the following departments: Arts, Social Sciences, Celtic Studies, Business, Public Policy, Engineering, Informatics, Law, Medicine and Health Science, and Science.


Florence Semester<><>

The perfect introduction to Italian art, culture, history and language, this spring semester study abroad program in Florence<> is sure to please.

Led by George Mason University Professor Cathy Wright , this study abroad program is open to any undergraduate student who has earned 45 semester credit hours (sophomore, junior or senior standing) by January 2015, including non-Mason undergraduate students.

[AUR Rome]<>

American University in Rome<>

Earn 6 transfer credits per session by CHOOSING TWO classes from those offered by the American University of Rome<>.

Potential course offerings include courses in: Art History, Cinema, Classics, Communication, Drawing, English, History, Italian language, Management, Marketing, Painting, and Political Science.


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