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Fall 2015 Study Abroad – World Mythology to Southern Spain (ENG-1350-VJ01)

Mythology, at its core, explains how the world works and the role humans play in complex systems. World Mythology introduces world views through short stories, traditional songs, poetry, films & documentaries, art, games, study of holidays, novels, and many more interdisciplinary resources and activities. Mythology helps us find meaning.

Join us this fall as we explore world mythology and adventure in Southern Spain. Trip Highlights include:

Meet The Instructor

CCV students and instructors set off on horseback in Greece.

CCV instructor Pam Monder and students set off on horseback in Greece.

Pam Monder, CCV faculty member in Rutland, has taught a variety of classes including Spanish I, Intro to Literature, World Mythology, Contemporary World Literature, The Works of Stephen King and Vampires in Literature, Culture & Film. Pam began her career as an elementary school Spanish teacher before moving on to higher ed. An avid traveler, Pam speaks Spanish, French & Portuguese. Pam has previously taught World Mythology as a study abroad course for CCV with travel to Greece.

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Temple of Debo, photo by Jiuguang Wang

Class Details

Instructor: Pam Monder
Location: CCV Upper Valley and Online
Class Dates: Saturday, 09/19, 10/10, 10/24, 11/14, 12/12, 01/26
Travel Dates: January 6 – 16, 2016

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