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The programs listed are supported by the Center for International Studies (CIS).
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Embedded -- ANT 395: Anthropology of Collective Memory 2016 Derry, Ireland; Dublin, Ireland
Terms: Spring Break Description: Applications for this program are not handled by the Center for International Studies. In order to apply, you must enroll for the course. For more information, please contact: Brigittine French frenchb@grinnell.edu
Embedded -- CLS 395: Civil Identity in Ancient Greece 2016 Athens, Greece; Corinth, Greece; Delphi, Greece; Mycenae, Greece; Olympia, Greece; Patras, Greece; Sparta, Greece
Terms: Summer Description: Applications for this program are not handled through the Center for International Studies. In order to apply, you must enroll for the course. For more information, please contact: Monessa Cummins at cumminsm@grinnell.edu  
Global Learning Program 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark; Havana, Cuba; San Jose, Costa Rica
Terms: Spring/Summer Description:
Global Learning Program Tolerance and Intolerance Spring 2019 Berlin, Germany; Paris, France; Strasbourg, France
Terms: Summer Description: Course Description:   Contemporary Europe faces ongoing manifestations of intolerance in the form religious extremism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia, and outbreaks of violence against people of different beliefs and cultures. The present [...]
Global Learning Tutorial: The Origins of Liberal Education - Spring Break 2016 Florence, Italy; Madrid, Spain; Padua, Italy; Rome, Italy; Salamanca, Spain
Terms: Spring Break Description: Liberal education in the Old World This interdisciplinary course will offer first-year students an opportunity to reflect critically on the global heritage of the liberal arts and sciences. The travel portion of the class will take part in two perio ds:[...]
Global Learning Tutorial: The Origins of Liberal Education - Summer 2016 Mexico City, Mexico
Terms: Summer Description: Origins of Liberal Education: The New World This interdisciplinary course will offer first-year students an opportunity to reflect critically on the global heritage of the liberal arts and sciences. The travel portion of the class will take part [...]
Global Learning Tutorial: Tolerance and Intolerance: What is Enlightenment Today? 2016 Berlin, Germany; Paris, France; Strasbourg, France
Terms: Summer Description: Contemporary Europe seems to be facing a new wave of intolerance: religious extremism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia, and outbreaks of violence against people of different beliefs and cultures.  To counter this movement, there are public calls for a [...]