The Lawrence London Centre is directed by Christine Harris, a full-time Lawrence staff member based in London. In addition to administering the program, Ms. Harris teaches British Crime Fiction and The Fields Beneath: Discovering London's Histories.  July 2015 marks Christine's eighteenth year working at the Lawrence London Centre and twelfth year as Director of the program.

 

Each year the London Centre hosts a visiting faculty member from the Appleton campus during fall term. The Fall term 2015 visiting faculty member will be Garth Bond of the English department.  He will be teaching two courses 'History of the Book in London' and 'British and International Soccer Culture'.

 

 

 

 

 

The visiting faculty member from the Appleton campus during fall term 2016 will be Jake Frederick of the History department.  The fall term 2017 visiting faculty member will be Bill Hixon from Government.

London Centre Faculty

The remainder of the courses are taught by London-based faculty:

 

Rachel Barnes (Art History)

Terence Charlston (Music History)

Judy Dobbs (History)

Michael Fosdal (Government)

Christine Hoenigs (Theatre)

Nicholas James (Anthropology)

Deena Newman (Anthropology)

Brian Ridgers (Theatre)

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