With comprehensive information about long- and short-term opportunities for international education through CMU, including courses and programs in history, the university's Study Abroad Office is the best place to start learning about where in the world you might take your next history course (or spend your next semester).
Additional resources and opportunities in the Department of History are listed below.
Study Abroad Coordinators
Professors David Rutherford
, Jonathan Truitt
, and Benjamin Weinstein
are the faculty coordinators for study abroad in history for 2011–2012, and are happy to offer advice or answer questions about foreign-study opportunities related to history.
History 342 – The Culture of Renaissance Italy and France: The Grand Tour (Summer 2013)
Study in Rome, Florence, southern France, and Paris in a 300-level course led by history professors Doina Harsanyi and Gregory Smith. For more details, contact Professor Smith or Professor Harsanyi, or visit the Study Abroad Office.