Study abroad Paris: Ring in the new year in City of Lights


Eiffel Tower at night

Paris is the city of lights, love and literature … at least it could be for you. The upcoming class instructed by Dr. Paula Reiter, associate professor and chair of the language, literature and communications division, will teach students about the romantic, realistic and naturalistic movements in relation to literature.

Photo by LINDA BARRINGTON The gardens at Versailles are a popular tourist attraction. Dating from 1661 during the reign of King Louis XIV, the gardens feature 210,000 annuals planted anew each year.

“We will be visiting Versailles; a chateaux; L’Orangerie, an art museum famous for housing Monet’s ‘Water Lilies’; Musee d’Orsay, a huge museum devoted to 19th century art; and the homes of several writers. We will also be eating delicious French cuisine,” Reiter said.

So start pocketing loose change and consider adding Intro to French Language and Culture to your fall schedules.

Program Dates: Dec. 27, 2012 – Jan. 10, 2013
Program Cost: $3,500 (does not include spending money)
Prerequisite: Intro to French Language and Culture, FRE 100.001, 2 credits

If interested in studying abroad or learning more about the Paris trip, contact Nan Metzger, director of international studies, at

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