The Sewanee Semester in Paris applies place-based learning abroad, using the City of Light as a rich field laboratory, thereby enabling on-site examination of that which can only be approached textually and via images and film on this side of the Atlantic. Classes meet at the center of our partnering institution, APA (Academic Programs Abroad), with instruction offered by a Sewanee faculty member and APA's excellent teaching staff. The Program consists of four full courses: Fren 322, "Langue, Littérature, Culture" in Paris; Advanced French Language and Oral Expression in Paris; 19th-Century French Painting and Sculpture in Paris; and Contemporary France. The program will also include two weekend trips, one to Burgundy and one to Mont Saint-Michel and Brittany, multiple one-day or afternoon excursions in and around Paris, and weekly cultural opportunities to attend plays, concerts, and dance performances in some of Paris's great performing arts centers. Learn more about .