The trip is sponsored by the Appalachian Studies Program and is associated with the Celtic Roots course and travel practicum. Community members are invited to join the study tour
The tour will take students and community travelers to Normandy and Brittany and conclude with four nights in
The trip is arranged in collaboration with Passport Tours. All hotels are three and four star with central locations for easy exploration in travelers' free time. Local guides will offer special insights on tours of the Paimpont forest, Trehorenteuc church, and Carnac's standing stones. All land and air transportation is included in the tour, as well as
The Celtic France course is part of the Celtic Roots travel program in the Appalachian Studies Program. Students and community members will study the work of writers inspired by Celtic France, including Chretien de Troyes who wrote "Yvain: The Knight of the Lion,"
Those interested in the travel adventure and courses may register in the fall for the spring 2015 APST 431 Travel Practicum or APST 430 Celtic Roots courses. Registration through audit or through the Continuing Education Program is possible for community members. The deadline for the
For more information contact Dr.
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