Travel to London for a vivid, two-week travel and learning experience with Dr. Engle. Cross and Crown is offered as a summer I course (REL 3900 for four credits) with the first four weeks on campus, so no need to take the summer or semester off work. There are no pre-requisites. Students must have a current passport.
The Tudor sixteenth century is one of the most fascinating yet challenging periods in English history, even as it was England’s most formative. This course will survey the events that brought the Tudors to the throne, and England out of the medieval period and into the early modern world. Particular focus will be given to the Tudor establishment of the Church of England, but other topics will be addressed such as the English Reformation, the development of the nation state, the monarchy, and the blossoming of English literature and music.
The cost of the trip includes accommodation ($900) and ground transportation, admissions charges and miscellaneous expenses ($900). Airfare to London is not included.
For more information, contact Professor Randall D. Eagle by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the
Cross and Crown website.
Payments will be refundable only in the event of emergency or if the program is cancelled. Requests for refunds (except in the case of program cancellation) will be considered on a case-by-case basis.