Posts tagged with “Program Profiles” (All posts)

Carleton Global Engagement Program: Buddhist Studies in Bodh Gaya, India

13 February 2023

Faculty Director Dr. Arthur McKeown who leads the Carleton Global Engagement Program: Buddhist Studies in Bodh Gaya, India, shares a new years message with us including videos of their visit with Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche and of his pilgrimage to the four great Buddhist sites.

Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche reception 2022

Film, Literature, and Culture in Mumbai and Seoul

9 February 2023

Arnab Chakladar, faculty director for the new OCS program Film, Literature, and Culture in Mumbai and Seoul, discusses why he is excited to bring students to these two major cities in two different countries with different cultural environments!

seoul streets at night

History, Culture, and Commerce: Africa and Arabia

23 January 2023

Explore archaeological and heritage sites in Zanzibar, Oman, and Bahrain on the History, Culture, and Commerce: Africa and Arabia program with Faculty Director Thabiti Willis.

student standing on beach with skyline in background

Architectural Studies in Europe

23 January 2023

Baird Jarman and Ross Elfline, faculty directors for the Architectural Studies in Europe program, share what they are most excited to see on this program that travels all throughout Europe from Rome to Barcelona to London.

ancient greek stucture in sunset

German Studies in Austria

23 January 2023

Kiley Kost, faculty director for the new OCS program German Studies in Austria, shares what makes Austria such an incredible place to study and experience literature, theater, and art.

Hallstatt - Castle on water with mountains in the back in austria

Greece at a Crossroads: History, Landscape, and Material Culture

11 January 2023

Faculty Director Alex Knodell shares why he is so excited about the new OCS program Greece at a Crossroads: History, Landscape and Material Culture.

Greece panorama view of island in blue ocean

French and Francophone Studies in Paris

5 January 2023

Faculty Director for the French and Francophone Studies in Paris Program ins Spring 2024, Scott Carpenter, talks about what makes the Paris program special such as the complete language and cultural immersion, the optional internship, and the “unreproducible experiences” they will have.

Fontaine de Copeaux

Making Public History in Boston and D.C.

2 November 2022

Serena Zabin, the faculty director for the Making Public History in Boston and D.C. program, talks about the problem of how we tell the story of the founding of the United States — especially the relationship between academia and the public story being told.

grup of students infront of the lincoln memorial

Society, History, and Popular Culture in Senegal

19 October 2022

Chérif Keïta, faculty director for the Society, History, and Popular Culture in Senegal program, discusses the rich art, culture, and history found in Senegal and how his own family history lead him to offer this Winter Break program.

Cherif holding his father's military papers in Senegal

Ireland: Siting Religion, Writing Place

10 October 2022

Faculty Directors Michael McNally and Arnab Chakladar discuss what makes their Summer program Ireland: Siting Religion, Writing Place such a rich multidisciplinary experience.

Trinity College Old Library ‘Long Room’ — Dublin