Christine Hoenigs

Starting in fall term 2016, the Lawrence London Centre is directed by Christine Hoenigs, a full-time Lawrence staff member based in London. In addition to administering the program, she teaches Introduction to London Theatre , Shakespeare in London. and the internship seminar. Christine began teaching for Lawrence in 2014 and became Resident Director of the program in 2016. 



Each year the London Centre hosts a visiting faculty member from the Appleton campus during fall term. The visiting faculty member from the Appleton campus during fall term 2018 will be Douglas Martin from the Physics department. 

London Centre Faculty

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


Rachel Barnes (19th Century Art, Design, and Society in Britain)

Terence Charlston (Perspectives on Genius: The Life & Musical Impact of BeethovenThe Grand Tour: Musical Taste and Manners in Europe: 1600-1750)

Judy Dobbs (Impact of Empire on Great Britain: 1815-1914, Stuart England 1603-1714)

Michael Fosdal (Modern British Politics, British Life and Culture)

Christine HarrisChristine Harris Fosdal (British Crime Fiction , "The Fields Beneath": Discovering London's Histories)

Nicholas James (Urban Anthropology)

Brian Ridgers (Fringe Theatre in London)

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