Applications are still being accepted for the annual Victorian Society in America's London Summer School beyond its official March 1st deadline (admission is closed for its Newport, RI Summer School). The London program addresses architecture, art, and social history, with lectures by internationally respected experts and visits to important public and private sites. The course (June 31 – July 15) is directed by Ian Cox, and focuses on 19th-century London, Oxford and Liverpool. A highlight is a five-day tour of the Midlands and the North of England led by Gavin Stamp. Course tuition is $4,500. Full and partial scholarships are available for qualified applicants. Museum professionals, academics, related professionals, and enthusiasts are encouraged to apply.
Course and scholarship application forms, and additional information are available at www.victoriansociety.org or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Please e-mail by Friday, March 16 if you plan to apply; all application materials will be due by Monday, March 19.
Victorian Society in America Summer Schools
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