Spring 2017 Spring Break Study Abroad Trip
Rich in cultural history, London and its vicinity are explored this week by Anthropology majors, minors, and any other students interested in culture, history, art, architecture, and archaeology. Amazing collections of anthropological and archaeological artifacts are observed at famous London museums including the British Museum, the Museum of London and the Tower of London, building upon the techniques of participant observation learned in class. Program participants will visit Westminster Abbey, which includes the burial site of Charles Darwin, whose evolutionary theory is the foundation of anthropological research. Ventures away from London will include a day trip to Stonehenge to view the famous prehistoric World Heritage site, Avebury, a 5,000 year old stone monolith site, and Salisbury Cathedral that houses one of the copies of the Magna Carta. In exploring “modern London,” participants will experience such attractions as the London Eye and cultural venues at Southbank. Time is also set aside for cultural interactions at the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace, British markets and landmarks. Anthropology Spring Break in London is experiencing 5,000 years of British civilization’s history from the Bronze Age to the Millennium.
AREAS OF STUDY
Archaeology, Cultural Anthropology, History
Visit http://international.fsu.edu/SpringBreak/England/Anthropology.aspx for course information and to register for the class.
This program is open to any undergraduate student enrolled in the International Programs section of the Spring 2017 semester ANT2410 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, ANT3141 World Prehistory, or ANT4241 Anthropology of Religion class on the Tallahassee campus. Students attend class in Tallahassee during the Spring 2017 semester and during Spring Break fly to London for the study abroad trip.
- All planned excursions and activities
- London transport pass
- Access to FSU London Study Center
- Registration fees and tuition for 3 undergraduate credits
- Round-trip airfare
- Food (except one pub dinner and tea, possibly some breakfasts)
- Personal activity and spending money
- University fees