Xavier in Spain Summer Program
Courses in Spanish language, culture, literature & the moral imagination, historical perspectives, or creative perspectives.
The 2022 Xavier Summer Program in Spain will return to offer three- or six-week residential experiences based in Comillas, a historic village on the rugged northern coast in the province of Cantabria. Students will be able to earn up to twelve credits with courses in Spanish language, Spanish culture, Literature & the Moral Imagination, and Historical Perspectives, and Creative Perspectives. Courses offered will fulfill requirements in the Xavier Spanish major or minor or in the university core curriculum, as applicable.
In addition to classes, program activities will include various excursions. In past years, these have included a stay in Madrid on arrival and departure, local music festivals, visits to village monuments, the Altamira Museum of prehistoric cave paintings, the medieval village of Santillana del Mar, the Jesuit foundational sites of Loyola and Javier, and hikes through the mountains or along a segment of the Camino de Santiago.
2022 Program Dates & Courses
3-week session: May 13 - June 4
- Six Credits (Choose two courses)
Spanish Language at Students Level (101, 102, 103, 201, 202, or advanced)
Regional Culture in Spain
Historical Perspectives - "The Histories of Spain" (HIST 199)
6-week session: May 13 - June 26
- Twelve Credits (3-week session plus choose two)
Intermediate or Advanced Spanish Language
Contemporary Spanish Culture
Hispanic Literature & the Moral Imagination
Creative Perspectives - "The Aesthetic Experience in Spain" (ARTS 112)
Course offerings contingent on adequate enrollment.
Applications deadline is February 15, 2022.
The Xavier in Spain faculty coordinator is Dr. David Knutson.
Office Telephone: 513 745-4240