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2021 Information and Courses

Review the information below to see which courses you would like to register for. We can't wait to share this experience with you! 

FlagSHIP 2021 Dates

  • JanTerm courses will run from January 4, 2021, to January 15, 2021.
  • Maymester courses will run from May 11, 2021, to May 28, 2021.

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JanTerm Courses

CDD 240 A: Baseball and culture in Dominican Republic

Anne DeMartini

This course explores United States’ neocolonialism and the broader social impacts of sport through analysis of baseball in the Dominican Republic. We’ll examine specific local baseball practices and the impact on the culture, people, international relations and economy of the Dominican Republic. This course includes a 7-day trip to the Dominican Republic to develop an understanding and appreciation of a foreign culture and a critical perspective on the role of baseball in the country. Estimated cost: $2750 for 7 days (Program Fee $2350 + airfare estimated at $400). If interested, register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- Dominican Republic Site

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CDD 240 B: Idioms, metaphors, proverbs, oh my! Language & culture in Cajun Country - Lafayette, LA

Edwidge Bryant

This course examines the intersection between language and culture in Cajun Country. Students will travel to Lafayette, LA for seven days to observe and study Cajun culture, which includes Acadians and Creoles. We’ll visit the villages of Vermillionville and Village Acadien Memorial,

Acadian Cultural Center, Alexander Mouton House, Laura Plantation, and participate in a language class. In addition, students will collect data and examine how words, idioms, metaphors, and/or proverbs covertly or overtly reveal the beliefs, values, norms, and social practices of the Cajun culture. Estimated cost: Program Fee $540 for 7 days. If interested, register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- Idioms and Cajun Culture Site

 

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CDD 240: C Deaf Ecosystem

Jennifer Catalano and Kim Nichols

This course is designed for students with little or no previous knowledge of American Sign Language (ASL). Through the exploration of the concept of the Deaf Ecosystem. students will be encouraged to form a clearer understanding and appreciation of the cultural pluralism of American society. Deaf Ecosystem enables empowerment and economic mobility of Deaf and hard of hearing individuals. Students will develop an appreciation of the perspectives from the Deaf community in order to become allies that support and participate productively in a Deaf Ecosystem.

 

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CDD 240 D: Cajun Country: History and Culture

Eugenia Charoni

The course studies the cultural and historical richness of Cajun, Country in Lafayette, Louisiana. Through visits to several local sites (Vermillionville, Village Acadien, Acadien Memorial, Acadian Cultural Center, Alexander Mouton House, Laura Plantation, etc), workshops (cajun cuisine, folklore dance, ragdoll, etc.) and interaction with local “acadiens”, students will acquire substantial knowledge about this diverse area of the United States, while they build their intercultural competence and move beyond common stereotypes. Estimated cost: Program Fee $540 for 7 days. If interested, register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- Cajun Country

 

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CDD 240 E: Africa & Development- The Ghana Experience

Lisa Fiala

Travel to Africa's Gold Coast to discover international development up close in the West African country of Ghana. Meet with nonprofit organizations and see their work on-the-ground. Spend time with Ghanaians, learning the local language, take a drum class and learn how to cook like a local. Visit Cape Coast Castle and reflect on the power of privilege. Explore the market in Kumasi and enjoy the nature of Kakum National Park where you will complete one of the highest canopy walks in the world. Estimated Cost: $3650 for 2 weeks (Program Fee $2450 + airfare estimated at $1200). If interested, register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- Ghana

 

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CDD 240 F: Diversity in Theatre: My Hands, My Story

Christine Fogarty

Prof. Christine Fogarty and her students will examine play readings in diversity and collaborate with the deaf community to create a final project called My Hands, My Story.

 

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CDD 240 G: Cinematic Terrorism Deconstructed

Jordan Galehan

The course uses a case study format to examine the provocative relationship between the specific form of political violence known as terrorism and media images and messages that depict it. We will utilize various theories and mediums to explore how the framing of those depictions, in both news and fictional material, affects the public’s understanding of terrorism and counterterrorism. Finally, we will examine how terrorist groups use media to disseminate their messages. Each day will cover a different topic related to mass-mediated terrorism.

 

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CDD 240 H: Unsheltered: Homeless and voiceless in St. Augustine

Sandi Gehring

This course will explore several substantive issues by going out in the community and focusing on the homeless experience in St. Augustine. Students will learn how homelessness is defined and who is homeless today, the major contributing factors of homelessness and explore the myths, facts, attitudes and beliefs about people who are homeless. By giving an honest and compassionate voice (final speech) to the individual stories of the homeless, students will challenge their own attitudes and stereotypes about unsheltered poverty victims and use experiential learning to analyze power and privilege.

 

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CDD 240 I: Intercultural Communication- Working and Leading Across Cultures

Susan Herrera

This course focuses on developing the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to successfully work and lead across cultures in an increasingly globalized world. Students will learn the importance of culture and its impact on communication, personal and cultural identities, perception, cultural values, dimensions of national cultures, verbal and non-verbal communication, ethnocentrism and stereotypes. Students will be able to apply cultural frameworks and new knowledge to solving global challenges and working and leading across cultures.

 

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CDD 240 J: Crisis in Mexico: Gaming the Mexican Revolution

Jessica Howell

Immerse yourself in the events surrounding the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920) through a game simulation that combines history with human choice and action. Students will try to “win” the Mexican Revolution by reacting to events in an effort to establish peace and security in Mexico.

 

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CDD 240 K: Cenotes, Legends, Ruins in Yucatan

Aggie Johnson

This course is designed to acquaint students with the Yucatán peninsula and the people within it in the context of México. While visiting many Maya cultural sites and participating in cultural activities, meeting and conversing with local people, you will have a basic grasp of the stories/legends of the Maya people and will gain knowledge of cultural systems that are often tremendously different than that of the United States. This program in Yucatan runs from January 4 to January 12th of 2021. Estimated Cost: Program Fee $1960 for 9 days includes airfare. If interested, register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- Yucatan

 

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CDD 240 L: Christian/Mayan Spiritualities Yesterday and Today

Timothy Johnson

This course is designed to introduce students to the cultures and spiritualities of the Yucatan peninsula. By visiting Maya and Spanish Colonial religious sites and participating in cultural activities, students will gain a basic grasp of the spatial-communal dimensions of Yucatec spirituality, yesterday and today. This program in Yucatan runs from January 4 to January 12th of 2021. Estimated Cost: Program Fee $1960 for 9 days includes airfare. If interested, register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- Yucatan

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CDD 240 M: Radical Empathy in Documentary Filmmaking

Kevin Mahoney

This course is an introduction to a variety of genres of Documentary film with instruction in ideation, video editing, sound recording, and interview techniques. Films, readings, and visiting speakers center around the idea of striving to better understand and share the feelings of others and to fundamentally change our perspectives from judgmental to accepting, attempting to more authentically connect with ourselves, those of different backgrounds and ages, and elements of the natural world, both living and non-living.

 

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CDD 240 N: Reminiscence Theatre

Leah Page

Students will interview senior citizens about their experiences and then turn the transcripts of these interviews into a play that showcases an intergenerational understanding of the issues we face.

 

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CDD 240 O: Incarceration & Emancipation

Leslie Robison

Students will examine issues of freedom and privilege when they are each paired with a young man incarcerated by the state of Florida. In this socially-engaged art project called “Cellmates,” all participants will benefit from their growing knowledge of and respect for each other.

 

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CDD 240 P: A Photographic Investigation of a Changing St. Augustine

Jason Schwab

This is a two-week intensive documentary photography course that examines the effects of gentrification on local communities within St. Augustine. Through the use of photography, language, and research, we’ll question how an influx of affluence and differing cultures may either negatively or positively affect specific communities within our city. Each student will create a body of images from the experiences and research encountered during the course and then as an entire class we will work together to create a photographic book that synthesizes all of our work into a cohesive narrative.

 

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CDD 240 Q: Climate Archives: Stories of Place, Memory, and Identity in St. Augustine

Bobbie Stewart Noloboff

In “Climate Archives,” students will engage in acts of cultural preservation by collecting the stories of St. Augustinians, in the context of climate change impacts. They will apply qualitative research methods to investigate what it means to be a citizen of the nation’s oldest city and probe how/if residents’ livelihoods are shaped by the global threat. The course will culminate in students presenting data findings, and recommendations for cultural preservation, to the City of St. Augustine. A background in research, interviewing or climate change is not necessary!

 

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CDD 240 R: Queer Stories, Queer Lives: Working the Archives

Jay Szczepanski

We will uncover, research, and write about the queer lives of everyday LGBTQ individuals (especially racial and ethnic minorities, the working class, transfolk, activists, and others). We will read published primary sources the first week. Next, we will travel to the ONE National Archive in Los Angeles (the largest LGBTQ archive in the world) to research the untold stories of queer lives. Finally, we give voice to their experiences through a creative or scholarly piece/presentation. The destination will be Los Angeles and West Hollywood, CA with six days of travel. Estimated Cost: Program Fee $2200 for 6 days includes airfare. If interested, register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- Queer Stories

 

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CDD 240 S: Inclusive and Adaptive Physical Education

Jillian McNiff Villemaire

Students in this course will examine physical education opportunities for students of varying abilities, critically reflect on their own physical activity history, and participate in physical education classes for students with disabilities. Students will critically analyze their own beliefs and create ways for continued sport participation for individuals with differing abilities.

 

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CDD 240 T: Design Thinking for Community Problem Solving

Natalie Stephenson

This course will explore design thinking as a human-centered approach to community problem solving. During this intensive form of community-integrative education (CIE), students will partner with a local non-profit organization to visualize their social problem and address some of their design-related needs.

 

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CDD 240 U: A Local Look at Global Issues

Brenda Kauffman

This course uses simulations and visits with local politicians to examine global inequality and looks at how governments combat poverty on a local, national, and global level.

 

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CDD 240 V: Immigrant Journeys: Adventures in Documentary Photography

Tracey Eaton

An introductory course in documentary photography focused on illustrating the lives of immigrants in Florida. Students will learn about issues in immigration – along with some of the technical aspects of photography, interviewing and caption writing – before heading into Florida communities to document the daily struggles, special moments and triumphs of immigrants as they pursue the American dream. This course includes an all-day (8am- 7pm) field trip to Apopka, FL on Mon, 1/11.

 

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CDD 240 W: Building Bridges Through Song: The Flagler College Street Choir Project

Kip Taisey

Students will unite with homeless members of the St. Augustine community by forming a street choir with which students will directly engage through group rehearsal, culminating in a public performance. The Flagler College Street Choir Project seeks to engage and improve societal perceptions of those experiencing homelessness. Musical experience is not essential as our choir creates a sense of community, offers compassion and hope, and engages in the profound experience of empowering individuals to achieve what once seemed impossible through this seemingly simple act of singing.

 

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CDD 240 X: Biases in Mathematics, with a focus on Women

Adebukola Adeyemi

For centuries now, women have been making huge impacts in mathematics, despite the various challenges and obstacles in their way. This course will explore and research some of the biases (relating to race, culture, etc) that exists in mathematics and the effect on our world, with a focus on women – an underrepresented group in mathematics. We will take a day trip to Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, FL to see first-hand some of the history made by female mathematicians. In this process, students will learn about other cultures, as well as the roles power and privilege play in forming those biases.

 

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CDD 240 Y: Law in Action

Chris Moser

This immersive experience will challenge students to compare the popular perception of the legal system to the realities of our local courtroom. Students will evaluate the fairness of the judicial system for racial minorities and the poor and develop an in-depth understanding of particular judicial process(es) through direct observation and critical analysis.

 

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CDD 240 Z: Protest Songs and Writings: Changing the World

Kevin Murphy

This course will be an immersion in protest songs and writings, from Billie Holiday to Green Day, to heighten our appreciation of them as works of “social art,” both aesthetically and as instruments for social change. The course’s main interactive project, creating an original protest song or writing, performed or merely presented at the end of the course, will deepen our awareness of our cultural identity, assert the value of political engagement through protesting against perceived injustice, and bring a sense of individual empowerment through letting your voice be heard.

 

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CDD 240 AA: Diversity in the Museum & Community

Jennifer Saracino

Students in this course will engage in a community-integrative project designed to strengthen Flagler College students’ ties to the community, particularly the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center, a museum whose mission is “to tell the rich history of more than 450 years of African American experience in the Oldest City in America.”

 

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CDD 240 AB: Silence in the Archive: Lincolnville in the 1920s

Jeanette Vigliotti

This is a community engaged English writing course where students will be responsible for researching and contributing to Richard Twine’s Lincolnville, an ongoing digital humanities project. By working with the St. Augustine Historical Society to expand archival resources for marginalized St. Augustine-based narratives, students will gain a deeper sense of real- world applications of rhetorical situations. Students will produce a multimodal text to present the community at the end of the course.

 

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CDD 240 AC: From Apartheid to Democracy in South Africa

John Young

Using the unique pedagogical approach of the Reacting to the Past curriculum, this immersive course examines the transition from apartheid to democracy in South Africa in the 1990s. As part of the Reacting game, students will research and represent the positions of historical figures, all in an effort to convince their classmates of the superiority of their ideas.

 

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CDD 240 AD: Woodrow Wilson Scholar Seminar

Julie Lythcott-Haims

Visiting Woodrow Wilson scholar and author, Julie Lythcott-Haims will lead a seminar on a subject related to the mission of FlagSHIP, details to be arranged. She is the author of the 2015 New York Times bestseller How to Raise an Adult, and the 2017 critically acclaimed memoir, Real American: A Memoir.

 

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CDD 240 AE: Stages of Life: Building a Theatrical Bridge Between Generations

Andrea McCook

In this intensive format course, students will probe cross-cultural difference along inter-generational lines. They will conduct interviews with senior citizens from a local, Independent and Assisted Living Community that will culminate in the performance of on-site monologues. By consulting the diverse, lifetime experiences of these community elders, students will construct and hone an empathetic stance regarding the hopes and dreams of youth, middle- and old-age, allowing both students and seniors to interrogate our culture’s narrative of aging and inter-generational connection.

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CDD 240 AF: After the Fall: The Post-Apocalyptic World in Literature & Film

Tamara Wilson

Students will examine past and present renderings of our world AFTER. The apocalypse has assumed a presence beyond the sacred into the political, the personal and the biological. The texts we will examine reveal fundamental cultural anxieties related to politics, gender, class, and race. By interrogating the apocalyptic AFTER world, students will be better able to understand the manifestations of these anxieties in contemporary culture. Their own responses, via class discussion and individual projects and presentations, will build the necessary skills in order for them to articulate perceptions of these apocalypses, thereby illuminating their fears, desires, and cultural identity.

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CDD 240 AG: Storytelling, Writing, and the Power of Oral Histories

James Wilson

Oral histories serve as rich collections of diverse lived experiences — they document perspectives, evoke emotions, elicit sensory responses, and broaden audience viewpoints. In this course, students will review oral histories from a culture different from their own, and will write a short story based upon their insights. Their original creative writing, in process and final product, will serve as a tool to explore their own cultural identity. Substantial time will be devoted to discussing the intersection of research, art, and cultural appropriation.

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CDD 240 AH: Finding Authenticity in Historic St. Augustine
Tonya Creamer
 
In this course, students will study the complexities of cultural representation and authenticity, as well as inclusion and exclusion, in America's Oldest City. By examining the constructed narratives of St. Augustine's popular tourism sites, students will investigate their own pre-conceptions of the town's public spaces and historic structures. They will consider the roles that power, privilege, and inequity play in shaping these narratives and work to propose strategies for crafting ethical and equitable narratives that honor the sometimes-hidden peoples and histories of St. Augustine.
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Maymester Courses

CDD 240 A: Coming of Age in the Spiral Arm

Lisa Baird

Space is the one place where political and cultural boundaries are meaningless. The story of space is a contested one, written and rewritten by explorers, researchers, poets, entrepreneurs, and philosophers. Is it a race to be won? A new territory to explore, conquer, and exploit? Is it more like the New World or the Final Frontier? We’ll consider the stories created by and for power structures. We’ll also observe deep sky objects through telescopes and planetarium programs and imagine how we might represent the story of earth to an alien culture curious about us. Requires some evening astronomical observation.

 

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CDD 240 B: Berlin: Public Art / Public Memory

Chris Balaschak

This is a nine-day study abroad course based in Berlin, Germany. Berlin has a rich civic history, and this course will focus on the ways in which modern Berlin has commemorated war, trauma, separation, and its citizens, through the city’s art, architecture and civic design. Estimated cost: $2870 per student for 9 days (includes Program Fee $912). If interested, register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- Berlin

 

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CDD 240 C: Russia in Triumph and Tragedy

Jessica Howell

This is a study abroad trip to Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia for 10 days highlighting the triumphs and tragedies experienced throughout Russian history, allowing students to trace the unique developments of Russian history, politics, economics, and culture. Coursework will emphasize the distinctive characteristics of Russia, particularly those in contrast to western development. Students will further their knowledge through several onsite visits to relevant sites. Estimated cost: $4370 for 11 days (Program Fee $2410 + estimated cost of airfare, visa and meals $1960). If interested, register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- Russia

 

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CDD 240 D: Strategic Communication for Water Sustainability

Joanna Krajewski

This course examines the interconnected, multifaceted global water crisis, through the lens of a cross-cultural case study of one of the driest countries in the world—Jordan. Students will spend 2 weeks in Jordan exploring how water communication intersects with diversity, politics, inequality, immigration, and other issues, ultimately working to create a social marketing/public relations campaign for a local Jordanian non-profit organization dedicated to water conservation. Estimated Cost: $4600 for 2 weeks (Program Fee $3200 + Estimated airfare and expenses $1400). If interested, register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- Jordan

 

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CDD 240 E: Radical Empathy in Documentary Filmmaking

Kevin Mahoney

This course is an introduction to a variety of genres of Documentary film with instruction in ideation, video editing, sound recording, and interview techniques. Films, readings, and visiting speakers center around the idea of striving to better understand and share the feelings of others and to fundamentally change our perspectives from judgmental to accepting, attempting to more authentically connect with ourselves, those of different backgrounds and ages, and elements of the natural world, both living and non-living.

 

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CDD 240 F: LGBTQ+ Activism: Art and Politics

Jay Szczepanski

We will examine LGBTQ+ activism, both political and artistic, from the end of World War II to the present. We will become familiar with the people, movements, and techniques that have contributed to social justice and equality for LGBTQ+ individuals and communities. We will also consider how alliance-building with other marginalized groups can advance minority civil rights in a “majority rules” country. After two weeks of class online, students will fly themselves to and from San Francisco, where we will spend one week, from May 21-28, in San Francisco, CA. Estimated Cost: $2175 for 7 days (Program Fee $1775 + airfare estimated at $400). If interested,

register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- LGBTQ+ Activism

 

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CDD 240: G Immersion in Venice: Travel Writing about the Culture, People, & Future of the Sinking City

Deborah Coxwell Teague

This course will provide students the opportunity to immerse themselves in the culture of Venice; interact with locals from diverse ethnicities, backgrounds, social classes, and neighborhoods; learn more about strategies for coping with frequent flooding and the rising water levels that threaten to destroy the city, and gain an understanding of how the threat is affecting the lives of the people who call Venice and the islands in the Venetian Lagoon their home. Estimated Cost: $3290 for 11 days (Program Fee $1440 + airfare & meals estimated at $1850). If interested, register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- Venice

 

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CDD 240: H Water Scarcity, Science, and Sustainability in Jordan

Jessica Veenstra

Students will travel to Jordan, one of the driest countries in the world, to learn about the global water crisis, the region’s water problems, and potential solutions. The students will work with a local Jordanian non-profit organization and meet with local experts to explore how the science of sustainable water use intersects with diversity, politics, inequality, immigration, and many other local and global issues. Students in this course will travel to Amman, Jordan with excursions to Petra and the Dead Sea. Estimated Cost: $4600 for 2 weeks (Program Fee $3200 + Estimated airfare and expenses $1400). If interested, register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- Jordan

 

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CDD 240 I: Lost in Translation: Communication Across Difference- Problems and Possibilities

Craig Woelfel

We will work with translation study and practice, literary theory, and the practice of deep reading, to engage with the possibilities and problems inherent in communication across difference. This will involve traditional study and experiential learning as we engage with the seminal questions in the history of translation theory and practice, and work on comparing translations of various works. We will cultivate our own practice of “deep reading” – sustained, prolonged, and focused engagement with reading which fosters empathetic experience, and which is so difficult to find time for in today’s world.

 

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CDD 240 J: International Relations and Cultural Immersion – Bulgaria

Lisa Fiala

Explore this Eastern European country, to learn more about its pivotal role in the region. Meet local government officials, NGO representatives, traverse ancient Roman roads in Sofia, visit an ethnographic open-air museum, lunch with students and faculty at a local university, and take a Bulgarian language class. Enjoy magnificent caves, waterfalls, and mountains while studying the impact of development programs. This course includes 2 on-campus meeting days prior to travel. The 14-day travel program will take place from May 13-May 26, 2021. Estimated Cost:

Program Fee $2600 for two weeks, airfare included. If interested, register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- Bulgaria

 

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CDD 240 K: Building Bridges Through Song: The Flagler College Street Choir Project

Kip Taisey

Students will unite with homeless members of the St. Augustine community by forming a street choir with which students will directly engage through group rehearsal, culminating in a public performance. The Flagler College Street Choir Project seeks to engage and improve societal perceptions of those experiencing homelessness. Musical experience is not essential as our choir creates a sense of community, offers compassion and hope, and engages in the profound experience of empowering individuals to achieve what once seemed impossible through this seemingly simple act of singing.

 

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CDD 240 L: Law in Action

Chris Moser

This immersive experience will challenge students to compare the popular perception of the legal system to the realities of our local courtroom. Students will evaluate the fairness of the judicial system for racial minorities and the poor and develop an in-depth understanding of particular judicial process(es) through direct observation and critical analysis.

 

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CDD 240 M: Silence in the Archive: Lincolnville in the 1920s

Jeanette Vigliotti

This is a community engaged English writing course where students will be responsible for researching and contributing to Richard Twine’s Lincolnville, an ongoing digital humanities project. By working with the St. Augustine Historical Society to expand archival resources for marginalized St. Augustine-based narratives, students will gain a deeper sense of real- world applications of rhetorical situations. Students will produce a multimodal text to present the community at the end of the course.

 

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CDD 240 N: The Glorious Subcontinent: Diversity and Citizenship in India

John Young

Through a 17-day study abroad to India (in the cities of Delhi, Agra, and Varanasi), this Flagship engages questions of diversity and citizenship. India is the ideal place to study such issues, as it is the world’s largest democracy and home to a breathtakingly diverse population, with a rich and varied history. Estimated Cost: Program Fee $3830 for 2 weeks, airfare included. If interested, register for this course first via myFlagler. For cost breakdown and additional information for this course, visit FC Study Abroad- India

 

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