Travel England in the Spring!

Join English Professors Alan Davis and Thom Tammaro, May 17-June 1, 2010, on a study tour of some of the most fascinating scenic, cultural, literary, and historic sites and cities in England, including London; Stonehenge; the Cotswolds; Bath; Chawton House (Jane Austen’s home and estate); Stratford-upon-Avon; York; the Lake District (Wordsworth’s Dove Cottage, Beatrix Potter’s Hill Top); Liverpool (home of The Beatles); Hay-on-Wye, Wales, (*Guardian* Literary Festival); and Oxford.

The study tour includes a well-balanced mix of professionally guided tours, lectures, small-group activities, and free time to pursue individual interests.

The study tour is open to students, faculty, staff, and the general public, but the tour is limited to 24 participants. Credits can be earned at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

Applications for the study tour can be obtained at the Office of International Programs, Flora Frick Hall 153, or by calling 218.477.2956 or emailing:

To obtain more information and a brochure with the proposed itinerary and additional details about cost, transportation, accommodations, and academic requirements, contact:

Alan Davis, English Department, Weld Hall 202; 218.477.4681;

Thom Tammaro, English Department, Weld Hall 223; 218.477.2199;

Jill Holsen, Director, International Programs, Flora Frick 153; 218.477.4389;

The study tour is sponsored by the Office of International Programs and Division of Continuing Education.