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Cultural Contact Zones: Wroclaw May 12-June 2, 2014. Wroclaw Today. Poland Between the Wars. Poland After 1945. Polish Literature. Eva Stachniak, Necessary Lies A novel by Marek Krajewski Olga Tokarczuk, House of Day, House of Night Some short stories and poems I will post on D2L.

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Polish literature
Polish Literature

  • Eva Stachniak, Necessary Lies

  • A novel by Marek Krajewski

  • Olga Tokarczuk, House of Day, House of Night

  • Some short stories and poems I will post on D2L


Courses credits
Courses & Credits

Student course credit: minimum 6 credits total:

  • ENGL 415: Comparative Literature (3 credits)

  • ARTS 212 Survey of European Art, 1900 to Contemporary (3 Credits)

    **Students who wish to complete 9 credits of work have the additional option of taking either ENGL 490: Special Project, or ARTS 312: Contemporary Art and Art Theory (3 credits)


Course work
Course Work

  • ENGL 415:

    • Readings: 3 novels and some short stories/poems

    • Assignments: discussion questions, a reading/ travel journal, and a research proposal and paper.

  • ARTS 212:

    • Focus on Polish artists and artworks in a study of Modernism and Postmodernism in light of the economic and political events of the 20th century

    • Assignments: an essay, reading journals, and a review of an art exhibition in Wroclaw.









Cost of program
Cost of Program

  • The cost payable to VIU is estimated to be $2350.00 and includes:

    • program operational costs

    • accommodation (hostel)

    • program-related travel in Poland

    • day trips and excursions

    • Breakfasts, lunches on daytrips, and one group dinner


Additional costs
Additional Costs

  • tuition & student society fees for 6 or 9 credits (estimate $810-$1280)

  • air travel to and from Poland (estimate $1500-$2000)

  • meals other than those specified above (estimate $350)

  • transport in Poland (estimate $100)

  • out-of-country medical insurance (only if you’re not covered by VIU’s extended student medical)

  • passport

  • textbooks

  • personal expenses


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