Paris and Barcelona, Summer 2013

Monday, June 10, 2013

This 2 month (6/10/13-8/12/13) program in Paris with 9 day Barcelona option for 3, 6, or 9 credits will give students a comprehensive overview of French Architectural History, Design and Independent Study.

To see the spires of Chartres cathedral from 18 miles away ....
To see the sun set over Louis XIV's grand canal ...
To sit in Hemingway's chair at Le Dome...
To watch the end of the Tour de France under Napoleon's Arc...
To be driven up into the lie of Mont St Michel by the tide....
To study the chateau Louis XIV built for his brother who tried to kill him
To walk the ramp of the Villa Savoye.....
To ring Quasimodo's bell.....
To watercolor in Monet's Giverney garden...
To be at the Bastille on Bastille Day.... To walk on the D-day beaches of Normandy...
To see the Mona Lisa
To climb Eiffel's tower by foot
To row a boat on Louis XIV's grand canal
To bargain at the world's largest flea market
To see the Chagall on Garnier's ceiling in the Opera House
To draw like a Rome Prize winner
To visit Morrison's grave
To lay roses on the tombs of Abelard and Heloise
To ride the greatest transit system in the world
To buy a baguette at dawn
To visit a cemetery for pets only
To see the genius of Charreau at the Maison du Verre
To sketch Ste. Chapelle
To photograph the light at the dawn of Gothic at St. Denis
To sun at the Paris beach along the river
To write about the Paris of Hugo and Dickens
To play boulles in the Renaissance gardens of the Queen
To float a boat on the greatest urban axis in the west
To chunnel to London and meet Dean Greenstreet at Trafalgar Square for a walking tour of London .....

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How to Apply

Sign up at http://www4.uwm.edu/cie/studyabroad.cfm and complete all requirements.
For financial aid info, contact Gayla Jenkins or Lynn Becker in the UWM Financial Aid office.

Students may be able to apply for some scholarship aid with the Wisconsin Study Abroad Grant at http://www4.uwm.edu/cie/students/2099 .

For more information

Contact Professor Mark Keane at keane@uwm.edu for more information.