Benjamin in England (Fall 2015)

As an English major focusing on colonial literature, I chose to study in the United Kingdom in order to better understand the imperialism of the world’s largest empire in history and the culture of some of the greatest literature in the English language. At Amherst, I run for the varsity track (indoor and outdoor) and cross country teams. I am studying English and History at the University of Oxford through IFSA-Butler for the complete 2015-2016 academic year.

Post 1: Diversity and Culture Shock in the United Kingdom

Post 2: Fish and Chips, Blood Sausages, and Shepard’s Pie – The Cuisine of the United Kingdom

Post 3: My Life in the United Kingdom – A New Perspective on College

Post 4: Studying in the United Kingdom – A Different Approach to Schoolwork

Post 5: Lack of Racial Diversity and its Implications at Oxford 

Post 6: Life as a Visiting Student at the University of Oxford

Post 7:  Theatre and Street Performing in the United Kingdom and the United States

Post 8: Attending a British University – Acclimating to a New Vocabulary and Class Structure

 

 

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