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  • Locations: Stockholm, Sweden
  • Program Terms: Fall, Spring
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: CMC applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Housing: Apartment, Home Stay, On Campus Residence Hall Language Pre-Requisites: None
Language of Instruction: English CMC GPA Requirement: 3.0 for Fall Study and 2.8 for Spring Study
Program GPA Requirement: 3.0 Internships Available: Internships are approved for .5 CMC credit when registered for the internship seminar course.
Class Status: 1. Second Semester Sophomore, 2. First Semester Junior, 3. Second Semester Junior, 4. First Semester Senior Subjects Offered: Literature
On-Site Semester-Long Required Language Course: Swedish Additional Pre-Requisites: None
Program Description:
Literature 
Discover the complex role of the Other in European literature. This program invites you to join discussions on contemporary issues of identity, marginalization, and the idea of the foreigner.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS 
  • Meet with European contemporary authors and scholars, and build the analytical framework to articulate your own critical voice 
  • Develop skills necessary to analyze and deconstruct the underlying assumptions in works of literature, and consider the historic and social contexts in which texts were written 
  • Travel with your classmates and DIS faculty on course-integrated Study Tours to explore British literature from a postcolonial perspective 
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IS THIS PROGRAM FOR YOU?
It's a good fit if you study: 
  • CREATIVE WRITING
  • LITERATURE
  • ENGLISH

CORE COURSE 

Imagining the Other in European Literature 
Fall/Spring, 3 Credits 
Examine how Otherness has been imagined and depicted in Nordic and European literature. Through questioning the underlying assumptions in European literature, explore the processes of constructing and representing the outsiders in terms of race, gender, culture, social class, sexual orientation, religion, and nationality. 
Week-Long Study Tour: London
Core Course Week: Study tour within Sweden + a two-day seminar in Stockholm 

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This program is currently not accepting applications.