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Exploring Grief, Loss, and Trauma in the British Culture
This program is designed to look at multicultural responses to grief loss and trauma. It will include a cross cultural
examination of loss issues by exploring museums, theatre, galleries, hospitals and special events in London as
they relate to issues affecting loss and managing personal grief responses. Welcome activities including an on-site
safety and security orientation and a walking tour of the area. The program also includes two group meals and a tea.
Proposed sites for visitation may include (subject to change): The British Museum, The British Library, University Hospitals,
The Freud Museum, The Nightingale Museum, The National Portrait Gallery, and a theatre performance. During the regular
spring semester on the FSU home campus, students attend classes and then, during Spring Break, the course is enlivened
by a week of exciting field work in London. All students must be enrolled in the Tallahassee-based portion of the lecture class.
Open to all interested students who register for the
face-to-face class in Tallahassee during the spring semester.
Shared furnished apartments in the central London area or hotel.
Areas of Study:
Dates & Fees
Mar 8- Mar 16 (8 Nights) $1,995 LN54 London SP13 Exploring Grief, Loss and Trauma in the British Culture Closed
Fee includes: The fee includes all registration and instructional costs for 3
undergraduate credit hours; housing, social/cultural excursions and activities; London transit pass;
health insurance; international student ID card; full-time administrative and academic support;
course related field trips; T-shirt.
Not included: The fee does not include round-trip international airfare; passport; food not
specified above; books and supplies; personal travel/activity/spending money; university assessed fees
(e.g. per credit hour
Payment deadlines: The application and payment deadlines
for these programs are different than those for other spring semester programs.
The application deadline is November 7, 2012. A
$500 confirmation deposit is due by November 21, 2012, and the
final payment deadline for the balance is December 12, 2012.
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