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  • 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
  • Restrictions: applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Program Description:

American Ethnic Studies in New England

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.

 
Location(s) | Dates | Cost | Trip Director(s) | Courses | Additional Information 

Location(s)

Boston, MA
Plymouth, MA
Mashpee, MA
Aquinnah, MA
Exeter, RI
Derry, NH
Cambridge, MA
New Bedford, MA
Lexington/Concord
Salem, MA

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Dates

Trip Dates: 5/17/19 - 5/31/19
Additional On-Campus Dates: 5/6/19 - 5/16/19
Deposit Deadline: 2/15/19

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Cost

$5,035

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Trip Director(s)

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Name: Dr. Donna Summerlin
Email: dsummerlin@leeuniversity.edu
Office Location: VST204B/C
Office Phone Number:423-614-8210

Name: Dr. Randy Wood
Email: rwood@leeuniversity.edu
Office Location: HUM301C
Office Phone Number:423-614-8137

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Courses

Credit Hours Received: 7

All students must take the GNST 251 class, and choose two other classes to complete the 7 hours of credit.

Courses Offered:
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
 

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This program is currently not accepting applications.