The Bucknell "in" Summer Programs are short term programs constructed around a course or academic theme. These programs provide students with the opportunity to focus on key issues unique to the country or region where they are studying.

Bucknell in the Caribbean

ENGL 277: Caribbean Literatures, Histories, & Cultures in Context. Through readings, lectures, field trips, volunteer projects, attendance and participation in cultural performances, ethnographic interviews, as well as analytical reflections on their experiences, Bucknell in the Caribbean provides first-hand information about the literatures, histories, and cultures of the Caribbean. Students will explore the long-term cross-cultural impacts of slavery, colonization, independence, and tourism. The islands of St. Kitts, Nevis, and Montserrat will serve as our classroom.

Bucknell in Northern Ireland

GEOG/PSYC 330: Conflict and Peace in Northern Ireland. Bucknell in Northern Ireland is a a three-week study abroad program in Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland studying conflict and peace in Northern Ireland. This program is offered in cooperation with the Holywell Consultancy, a peace-oriented organization in Northern Ireland, and Magee College, the Derry campus of the University of Ulster. In this community-based learning program, students are placed with community partners to conduct research and insight into the history and future of the peace process.

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