Quèbec & Maine
Québécois and Acadian Identity of Place
Explore two distinct Francophone cultures prevalent in Canada and the northeastern United States. As a mandatory part of this Spring II course, we will explore several key geographic areas where the Québécois and the Acadians evolved from early colonial settlements as distinct cultural groups. Led by Dr. Jenifer Branton-Desris, we will visit Maine, Nova Scotia, and Québec province’s Lac St-Jean region, Montréal, and Québec. From hiking to museums; from indigenous relationships to contemporary global rapport; from lobster to poutine, we will discover how the space we are in influences our culture and perceptions of self.
Dr. Jenifer Branton-Desris
Assistant Professor of Practice
Prof. Lynnet Sánchez
- Program Fee: $2,425
- Airfare & Transportation: Included in Program Fee
- Insurance Fee: $75
- Total Cost: $2,500
- Elevate: Fully funded for current sophomores
- Recommended for Meals & Personal Funds: $275
- Application Deadline: 11/15/2022
- Program Length: 12 Days
- Credits: 1/2 Unit
- Eligibility: Moravian student, 2.0 GPA or higher
- Section I Language: English (An understanding of French will help, but is not required)
- Section II Language: French (Immersion for French III and above)
All the landmarks mentioned in this itinerary will be visited. Some changes may be made in the order they will be visited depending upon the weather.
Schedule coming soon.
Due to the unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 Pandemic we cannot guarantee travel or entrance into a destination as a result of COVID-19 related delays and /or closures. Moravian University requires that all students who plan to participate in a Moravian travel course provide evidence of COVID vaccination.