In the English Landscape
HIST, HORT, LA 45000 (3 credits)

offered in Maymester, May 16 - June 10, 2016

An in-residence, integrated exploration of the land,
science, religion, the landscape arts and economics
of 16th to 20th century England

Why should you study/travel abroad?

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Course Information Links: (To view these documents, you need Acrobat Reader. To get it free, click HERE.)

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To view some images of sites in England studied in this course, click HERE.

Callouts and other class recruitment events will begin in the fall, 2015. Please come back to this site then for more information and details on callouts and study abroad fairs. In the meantime, if you have questions or would like to discuss this program further, please contact one of the Instructor-leaders listed below.


To read more about the College of Agriculture Study Abroad, click HERE.

To read instructions for how to obtain a passport, click HERE.


Contact Us for More Information:

(Faculty Instructor-Leaders)

Prof. Mike Dana, Horticulture
494-5923 <>
205A HORT (Horticulture Building)

Prof. John Larson, History
225 UNIV (University Hall)

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