Students will work in
- Dublin, Ireland
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Program Description:
- Arrive Date: 6/24/2013 End Date: 7/21/2013
This program will explore the concepts and practices of documentary media production focusing on the use of video and new media tools to illustrate social issues and promote international understanding. Students will utilize basic video, sound, lighting, and computer software as they develop a short documentary project in Ireland.
Cinema and Technocultural Studies 104 (4 units)
Cinema and Technocultural Studies 198 (4 units)
Visits will include trips to museums, places of historical interest and the Irish Film Institute in Dublin. Longer trips will be planned for the cultural center of Galway on the Atlantic Coast, and to Belfast in Northern Ireland.
Students will work in teams on documentary projects, including researching, interviewing, location shooting and other production work during most afternoons. Evenings will include an opportunity to review daily rushes and watch other documentary works, leading to discussion and summation. Classes and evening discussion will include visits from local filmmakers and scholars of Irish history and culture.
Upper-division units (open to freshmen through graduates). Taught in English. UC Davis courses taught by University of California, Davis faculty.
Please contact UC Davis Summer Abroad for the most up-to-date information concerning program costs. Programs start around $4,000.
All students enrolled in a Summer Abroad program (Davis and Non-Davis) will have the opportunity to apply for a Travel Award ($500 - $1,500.) Travel award deadline: March 5, 2013. Enrollment deadline is April 5,2013.
- Setting Description:
- Classes and lodging will be based at Trinity College in Dublin.
Introducing Dublin, Ireland
From Lonely Planet:
Decadent, delightful and full of surprises, Dublin packs a punch that, delivered correctly, will leave you reeling but still wanting more. That’s big talk for a small capital.
Dubliners don’t mind a bit of hyperbole, especially if it’s to ‘big up’ their own beloved burg. Yet Dubs can also be brutally unsentimental about the place, which mightn’t come across as sexy or as sultry as other European capitals, but aren’t pretty things as easy to like as they are to forget? Dublin, they’ll tell you, has personality, which is way more important than good looks, and will last far longer.
Which isn’t to say that Dublin can’t do pretty. An amble through the landscaped parks corralled by the city’s rich Georgian heritage is enough to make anyone’s head turn, while even half a peek at the city’s myriad cultural offerings will show that it has pedigree too, these day
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