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Study Abroad Ireland 2016

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Becky Boncal

on 29 September 2015

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Dublin: Day 2
Study Abroad Ireland 2016
Stories and Legends
Trinity College
Temple Bar: Kinlay House
Dublin Day 3: GPO, Writer's Museum, Garden of Remembrance, Joyce Tour and Center, John Joyce and Beckett Theater
Day 4: Sandymount Stand or Guinness Storehouse
Day 5: National Gallery, Dublin Castle, Ha Penny, Dublin Castle, Christ Church Cathedral, Abbey Theater
Galway Residency (Day 6-7)
Day 7-8: Fred Johnston, Conemara, Kylemore Abbley, Clifden
Day 9: Coole Park, Cliffs of Moher, The Burren, Polunabrone Dolman, Aran Islands
Day 10-12: Sligo
Day 12-13: Belfast
June 27th – July 10th

June 27 - Day 1: Depart Washington IAD Flight from Washington IAD to Dublin.
Day 2-5: Dublin
Day 6-9 Galway
Day 10-12: Sligo
Day 13: Belfast
July 10 - Day 14: Return to Virginia

Examines major writers selected from a variety of literary traditions. Involves critical reading and writing. Major world writers will be studied with particular focus on the fiction of James Joyce and the poetry of William Butler Yeats. (3 credit hours: literature, humanities, or general elective credit).

Surveys the principles of drama, the development of theatre production, and selected plays to acquaint the student with various types of theatrical presentations. Major areas of focus will include the early royal and restoration theatres, Irish restoration dramatist such as Congreve, Goldsmith and Sheridan, and later Irish dramatists Wilde, Shaw, Beckett, Synge, Lady Gregory, Yeats and others. (3 credit hours: conceptual humanities or general elective credit.)

Applies theory and principles of public address with emphasis on preparation and delivery. (3 credit hours: communications, applied humanities or general elective credit.)

ENG 255 Major Writers in World Literature
CST 130 Introduction to Theatre
CST 100 – Principles of Public Speaking
Lead Faculty
Kerrigan Sullivan, Professor of Communications Studies and Theatre, who will teach CST 100 Introduction to Public Speaking and CST 130 Introduction to Theatre
Becky Boncal, Adjunct faculty in English at JTCC will teach ENG 295.
anyone currently enrolled
students from other colleges
do not have to be a current JTCC student to be eligible
teachers at area schools for re-certification
family and friends
Who is eligible to participate?
Pre-trip Preparation
Synergistic learning
Tuesday and Thursdays 6:30-9:15
June 7th - 23rd
Lectures and potluck style dinner
Package includes airfare, internal travel, hotel, most admissions, breakfast daily and two group dinners. In addition to these costs, students will need to pay for class tuition, lunches and most dinners, books for courses, and a few other admissions that are not included in the group package.

16-23 Paying Travelers: $2,945
24-35 Paying Travelers: 2,755
36-42 Paying Travelers: $2,640
Single Supplement: $580
Triple Reduction: $60
Travel Insurance: $80

Deposit of $680 (includes travel insurance) due November 2nd.
Payment of $1,000 due January 11th
Final payment of $960 - $1,265 (depending on number of travelers) will be due April 11th.

For questions and more information contact:
Becky Boncal:

Kerrigan Webb Sullivan:

Imperial Hotel
Days Hotel Belfast
City Hotel Sligo
Long Room and Book of Kells
Aran Islands: Aras Enna
Taibhdhearc na Gaillimhe
Giant's Causway
Book of Kells:
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