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Off-Campus Studies

London bridge

Featured Program: Living London: Writing City, Creating Self

London is a global center for literary arts, theater, music, and visual arts. The goal of the program is to immerse students in the culture and cultural history of this vibrant metropolis — from Shakespeare to punk, from Dickens to ska — so that we will be able to write in-depth, thought-provoking creative essays, short stories and poetry with confidence. We will attend a wide variety of theater performances and visit places as varied as the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Africa Centre, as well as taking guided and unguided walking tours.

aerial view of Porto-Novo, Bénin under cloudy sky during daytime

Featured Participant: David Wright Faladé ’86

David Wright Faladé ‘86, a Carleton alum, acclaimed author, and professor of English at the University of Illinois, discusses his study abroad experience and how that shaped his world view.

An Ethiopian woman in traditional clothing and a head scarf stands in a shadow

OCS Photo Contest

Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s Off-Campus Studies Photo Contest — we received a whopping 285 submissions! From these, a panel of faculty & staff judges selected the Top 25. The Carleton community voted to award Leo Jordan’s “Women in Wolkite” (shown here) the People’s Choice Award, and all finalists were celebrated at an end-of-term Photo Contest Reception.

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