England 2011

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* Education Program at the Globe Theatre (Monday 4 April, 14:00 - 15:30)
* Education Program at the Globe Theatre (Monday 4 April, 14:00 - 15:30)
* [[england-2011-bath|Bath]] (Friday-Sunday 8-10 April)
* [[england-2011-bath|Bath]] (Friday-Sunday 8-10 April)
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pirate_Radio_(film) Pirate Radio] (Monday 11 April, 18:00) - at the flat with dinner
* [http://royalsociety.org/events/the-information/ The Information. A History, A Theory, A Flood.] at the [http://royalsociety.org/ Royal Society] (Tuesday 12 April, 18:30- 20:00) - [http://around.com/ James Gleick], optional but highly recommended
* [http://royalsociety.org/events/the-information/ The Information. A History, A Theory, A Flood.] at the [http://royalsociety.org/ Royal Society] (Tuesday 12 April, 18:30- 20:00) - [http://around.com/ James Gleick], optional but highly recommended
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* Edinburgh, Scotland (Friday-Sunday 15-17 April) - Our Dynamic Earth, Science Fair, Arthur's seat, castle, etc.
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* [[england-2011-edinburgh|Edinburgh]] (Friday-Sunday 15-17 April) - Our Dynamic Earth, Science Fair, Arthur's seat, castle, etc.
* [http://www.geolsoc.org.uk/gsl/events/shelllondonlectures11/anthropocene The Anthropocene: Living in a New Age], lecture at the [http://www.geolsoc.org.uk/ The Geological Society] (Wednesday 20 April, 17:30 - 20:00) - optional, requires RSVP
* [http://www.geolsoc.org.uk/gsl/events/shelllondonlectures11/anthropocene The Anthropocene: Living in a New Age], lecture at the [http://www.geolsoc.org.uk/ The Geological Society] (Wednesday 20 April, 17:30 - 20:00) - optional, requires RSVP
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* [[england-2011-hamlet|Hamlet at the Globe Theatre]] (Saturday 23 April)
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* Highgate Park and Cemetery tour (Friday 22 April, 14:00) - optional, we'll meet at the main entrance to the cemetery (51.5668, -0.1468).  The closest tube station is Archway. 
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* [[england-2011-hamlet|Hamlet at the Globe Theatre]] (Saturday 23 April) - be at the flat by '''16:00''' for dinner!
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* High Tea (Wednesday 27 April, '''14:30 at the flat''')
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== Get Out! ==  
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* Concerts at St Martin's in the fields
* Concerts at St Martin's in the fields
* London Transport Museum in Covent Garden
* London Transport Museum in Covent Garden
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* Visit Karl Marx in the Highgate Cemetery
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* Visit Karl Marx and Douglas Adams in the Highgate Cemetery
* Attend Little Eagles at the Hampstead Theatre (16 April - 29 April)
* Attend Little Eagles at the Hampstead Theatre (16 April - 29 April)
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* Download BBC4's A History of the World in 100 Objects podcasts and tour the British Museum listening to the podcasts while you observe the objects.  (E.g. the Rosetta Stone, an African Drum, the headdress given to Captain Cook in Hawaii, etc.)
== Science, Technology and Society ==
== Science, Technology and Society ==

Latest revision as of 12:23, 25 April 2011

2011 Earlham College England Program

This is the wiki for the program. Program related materials and the bulk of the Earlham course materials (Science, Technology and Society) are located here. Other on-line resources for the program are:

Who we are: Eva Marengo Sanchez, Sandra Ngeseyan, Ben Smith, Krystnell Storr, Spencer Smith, Emily Van Cise, Johanna Wilcox, Ivan Babic, Gillian Bateyunga, Lily Cutler, Bill Greene, McKayla Heller, Vivian Bateyunga, Andrew Fitz Gibbon (program assistant), Charlie Peck (program leader)

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