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This course information is derived from the Online Course Catalog, which is under development. The information may not be accurate and is provided only as a convenience. Please consult the print or PDF version of the Course Catalog for all official course information.
Students who want to register for travel courses must first apply through the Colleges of the Fenway GEO Center on www.cof.studioabroad.com. All requirements must be completed as listed on studio abroad before a student is accepted into a course. In addition to Simmons travel courses, other College of the Fenway courses are listed on the site. After registration on studio abroad, the GEO Center will ask for you to deposit for your course. The GEO will send the list of completed and accepted registrations to the Registrar. This is how you will be registered for the travel course. Interested students should create an account on studio abroad as soon as possible. Studies significant collections of art and antiquities in museums, galleries, and country houses in and near London; how they were formed; and their relationship to changing social and political contexts in Britain. Topics include classical and Assyrian art at the British Museum in relationship to empire building in 18th- and 19th-century England, portraiture as a document of changing aristocratic ideals and national identity, and the Victoria and Albert Museum as an example of social reform.