United Kingdom

Study museums and archives in England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland to see how they have changed their mission from focusing on collections of objects to engaging the public by providing emotional and dynamic experiences.

In this course, "The 21st Century Museum: Diversity, Equity, and Community," we will meet with museum staff to learn how they strive to embrace diversity, build inclusive exhibits, and work with local and marginalized communities to include their stories in the narrative of museums throughout London, Liverpool, Glasgow, and Belfast during this two week excursion.

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Lessons from Studying Abroad

Emma Maskell '25 traveled to England and Northern Ireland during Summer A 2022. Read about her experience on this program here.

Naz in the UK:

    Views from Abroad

      Tower Bridge
      Kew Gardens
      Trafalgar Square
      Churchill Museum

      At A Glance

      (S): SPARK-Eligible

      Semester: Summer A 2024

      Program Level: Undergraduate

      Program Type: Academic

      Major(s): Open to all majors, but may be better suited for the following majors/minors:

      • Anthropology
      • Art History
      • Education
      • History
      • International & Global Studies
      • Museums, Archives, and Public History
      • Political Science
      • Religious Studies
      • Sociology

      Language Requirement: None

      Minimum GPA Requirement: 2.5