Click on the links below to view program details from past Bucknell in London programs.
- Fall 2013 Program
Fall 2013 Bucknell in London program Brochure and general information.
- Spring 2013 Program
Bucknell in London Spring 2013: British Studies
- Fall 2012 Program
Bucknell in London Fall 2012
- Spring 2012 Program
Bucknell in London Spring 2012: English and Film/Media Studies
- Fall 2011 Program
Historcal program data for Bucknell in London Fall 2011
- Spring 2011 Program
Spring 2011 program brochure and general course information.
- Fall 2010 Program
Experience London and Britain's preparations for the 2012 Summer Olympics. Examine the economic, social, and political factors that are changing British life.
- Fall 2009 Program
Examine how the city is created and recreated by travelers, novelists, travel writers, dominant culture groups and subcultures, artists, intellectuals and ordinary people. Explore the contemporary notion of "place-making" through fieldwork to everyday sites in London - monuments, workplaces, and shopping centers -as well as tourist and heritage sites within and beyond the city.
- Fall 2008 Program
This London Semester program will examine the dynamics between art, politics, and religion between roughly 1350 and 1700, that is, the time of the Hundred Years' War, the Black Plague, the War of the Roses, the era of Henry VIII, the Tudor Revolution in government, the Protestant Reformation, the Renaissance, the Scientific Revolution, the discovery of the New World, the emergence and growth of capitalism, and the growth of London as one of the world's largest and most important cities.
- Fall 2007 Program
Science, Economics, Arts, and Empire
- Fall 2006 Program
As we approach the 150th anniversary of the theory of evolution by natural selection-Darwin's dangerous idea-we will investigate how scientific and geographic exploration transform people, places, and ideas.
- Fall 2004 Program
The 2004 Bucknell in London Semester program uses London and Britain as a context in which to study the role race and racial consciousness have played in the making and restructuring of the British Empire and its aftermath.
- Fall 2002 Program
What better way to get to know London than to look at its transportation system? Bucknell-in-London 2002 takes a close look at how people and goods are moved in one of the world's most fascinating metropoles.
- Fall 2001 Program
The 2001 London Semester program expands its horizons beyond London to its larger environment, the "new Europe" created by the end of the Cold War and by accelerating integration.
- Fall 2000 Program
This London Semester program is designed to utilize London and Britain as a laboratory in which to study the integration of political, social and economic thought as it has, and continues to influence and be influenced by science and technology.