Locations:Boston, United States;Cambridge, United States;Cherokee, United States;Concord, United States;Lexington, United States;Mashantucket, United States;Natick, United States;New Bedford, United States;Plymouth, United States;Salem, United States;Uncasville, United States
Program Terms:Summer Session 1
Dates / Deadlines:
There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
American Ethnic Studies in New England
New England: American Ethnic Studies Experience the Native American Wampanoag culture alongside literary and historical landmarks of New England.
(2018) Please note: This trip will not take place in 2020. Information about future dates for this trip
will be posted when available.
All students must take the GNST 251 class, and choose two other classes to complete the 7 hours of credit.
1. GNST 251 Cross-Cultural Experience, Donna Summerlin - 1 Credit Hour
2. HUMN301 Foundations of the Modern World, Randy Wood - 3 Credit Hours
3. HIST490 Puritans, Patriots, and First Peoples, Randy Wood - 3 Credit Hours
4. ENGL326 Multi-Ethnic United States Literature, Dr. Donna Summerlin - 3 Credit Hours
5. ENGL434 United States Poetry: The New England Tradition, Donna Summerlin - 3 Credit Hours