Northeast State Community College will offer a nine-week Topics in World Literature course this spring that features a study of Danish literature and a trip to Denmark to explore the country’s culture and rich history.
The course—ENGL 2330:T50—will take place online for the first half of the spring semester and then will culminate in a week-long trip to Copenhagen. Students will study Danish writers such as Hans Christian Anderson, Søren Kierkegaard, Inger Christensen, Peter Hoeg, and others.
Home of Europe’s oldest monarchy and currently one of the world’s most prosperous and progressive democracies, Denmark has fueled, appraised, and responded to the ongoing literary, political, and religious ideas of both Europe and the world.
The trip is part of the Tennessee Consortium for International Studies, and only students from Chattanooga State Community College, Northeast State Community College, and Dyersburg Community College are eligible to participate.
Deadline to apply is Nov. 12 and applications can be submitted to www.tncis.org. Cost for the course is $2,699, and scholarships are available for ENGL 2330:T50 to students who qualify.
For information about the course and registration, contact Eric Fish at email@example.com. For information about the application and scholarships, contact Nona Shepherd at firstname.lastname@example.org.