What is a Carleton Course Taught Abroad?
Some academic units offer courses taught abroad, i.e. courses taught by Carleton instructors to Carleton students, outside of Canada. The topics of these courses can change from year to year. They are run in a range of different countries and can be run by different faculty and different departments. These courses are usually held in the early summer term and typically take place over a three week period.
These courses are open to BGInS students who have third year standing at the time of the course, though some options may have some additional course prerequisites.
Summer 2020 Carleton Courses Taught Abroad
GINS 3300 – Policy and Decision Making in the Global South: Ethiopia
Dates: May 4 – June 9, 2020
Professor: Logan Cochrane, BGInS
GINS 3300 – Radical Embodiment in the Swiss and French Alps, 1816-1916
Destination: Switzerland and France
Dates: (more information to come)
Professor: Marsha Barsky
RELI 3850 – Religion in Historical and Contemporary Contexts in the ‘Holy Land’
Destination: Israel including Jerusalem, Dagania, and Tel Aviv
Dates: May 5 – May 26, 2020
Professor: Deidre Butler
GEOG 3030 – Revolution and the City: Havana Field Course
Destination: Havana, Cuba
Dates: May 9 – May 23, 2020
Professors: Patrizia Gentile, Human Rights and David Hugill, Geography
EURR 4302 – European Union (EU) Study Tour
Destination: Wide range of European institutions in locations including Brussels, Strasbourg, Luxembourg, and Frankfurt
Dates: (tentative dates May 12 – June 1, 2020)
Professor: Crina Viju, EURUS
EU Study Tour Presentation from 2019 IER fair
Students doing a Carleton course taught abroad must complete the Carleton travel registry and the applicable forms and documents for Carleton courses taught abroad.