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Shakespeare's Leadership Lessons

Shakespeare's Leadership Lessons: Performance and Politics in the Pines

Read, perform, debate Shakespeare's lessons for 21st century leadership through three plays over seven days in with two nationally-acclaimed leadership experts. Study Henry V in preparation for a five-day faculty-student retreat where you will explore the Trajedy of Macbeth and The Tempest in the pines, on hiking trails and over meals in Prescott, Arizona. Return to Phoenix to be coached in a leadership lab, focusing on Henry V by former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Ken Adelman and Dr. Carol Adelman of the Hudson Institute as part of their "Movers and Shakespeares" lecture.  

Key Details

Register for the course and then complete a brief Study Abroad application by June 15 to attend. 

Dates: August 8 - August 15, 2019

Course: CEL 394: Shakespeare's Leadership Lessons: Performance and Politics in the Pines (3)*

*This course will be a stand-alone 3-credit class to be taught in August 2019 before Fall classes begin.

SLN: #90901

Program Fee: $150

Program Leaders:

Dr. Susan Carrese

Dr. Carol McNamara

Study Abroad Office Domestic Coordinator: Lorne Boutte