Larry Bryant to be Faculty-in-Resident for Tour of France
The College of HFA is offering a tour to Provence, Paris, and
the Loire Valley from May 31–June 9, 2005. History professor,
Lawrence M. Bryant, will be the faculty-in-residence. His specialties
include early modern European and French history. Participants can
choose to sign up with Professor Bryant for 1-3 units of university
The tour starts with a flight from San Francisco to Nice and then
includes visits to the French Riviera, Picasso Museum (Antibes),
Atelier Cezanne, and the Papal Palace (Avignon). The tour resumes
in Paris with a Seine River cruise, a walking tour of the Marais,
and visits to many other historical sites.
The cost of the trip is $2499, which includes round-trip airfare,
airport fees, transfers, first-class hotels, buffet breakfasts,
two dinners and two lunches, entry fees, and the services of a professional
tour director. A tax-deductible portion of the cost goes to college
scholarships and programs.
The tour will be filled on a first-come basis. The deadline for
final payment is February 28, 2005. For more information, contact
Thomasin Saxe, director of special projects, College of Humanities
and Fine Arts, extension 4642.