The location for the October 19, 2017 meeting of the College’s Board of Trustees has been changed to the new Learning Resource Center on the Michael J. Grant Campus and is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m.


Maritime Aspects of the Viking Age—The Danish Experience
This program features an intensive five day course of study at the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde, Denmark’s medieval capital city.  At the museum, you will participate in interactive lectures with the world’s leading experts in the field of Viking era maritime history and archeology centered around the museum’s five Viking era ships excavated from the adjacent Roskilde Fjord.  Participants in this program will learn the principles of Viking era ship construction and artifact preservation.  Students will also participate in the exciting, hands-on field of Experimental Archeology by actually learning to sail replicas of the museum’s Viking era ships.  Our program also includes excursions to the nearby cities of Roskilde and Copenhagen.

3 credits
HIS 210 – Introduction to Medieval History

Fulfills SUNY General Education Requirement for Social Sciences, Western Civilization and Other World Civilizations. No prerequisites.

Cost: $1,175

Program fee DOES NOT include tuition, airfare and meals.

Please note if your check is returned for any reason, you will be charged an additional $35 fee.

Pre-teaching Dates
May 22-26, 2017- Pre-departure lecture component on the Eastern Campus: HIS 201 “Introduction to Medieval History.”

Travel Dates
This trip will be next offered in 2019.

Program Leader
Dr. George H. Monahan

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