In this video, Sheila Bonde, Chair of History of Art and Architecture, shares how the inaugural Global Experiential and Learning and Teaching (GELT) program will allow her students, through a visit to France, to enhance their class material with a new sense of context and three-dimensionality.
Produced by the Office of Global Engagement, Brown University, 2015
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