FIU HONORS COLLEGE
FRANCE SYUDY ABROAD: ART, WAR, AND HUMAN RIGHTS
John William Bailly ￭ firstname.lastname@example.org ￭ 305.348.4100 ￭ Office Hours by appointment
Students are to compare and contrast themselves to a historical figure interred at Pere Lachaise Cemetery: examine commonalities, highlight differences, and explore ambiguities.
When in the appropriate location to the figure in the cemetery, each student will make a brief (5 minutes) oral presentation to the class about their selected figure. In addition, students must submit a digital Pere Lachaise as Text version of their project.
These following factors will be considered in determining the project grade.
Familiarity with subject
The nature of the connection between student and subject
The broader context of the student’s reflection (Can others relate to the points made in the project)
Originality of content
Below is a list of figures and events to select from. If the student wishes to select another, that choice needs to be approved by the professor. Each character or event may only be selected by one student.
Abelard and Heloise
Honore de Balzac
Jean-Jacques-Regis de Cambaceres
Simone Signoret and Yves Montand
Elisabeta Alexandrovna Stroganova
EXAMPLE OF STUDENT WORK
Although the subject is specific to Italy study abroad, Stephanie Sepulveda’s Grand Tour Redux project is a model of what a successful project should be. Stephanie’s reflections are personal yet universal and do not shy away from the big ideas and tough questions. Her scope is also interdisciplinary in nature. Review her project here Stephanie Sepulveda’s Grand Tour Redux