Middlebury

Adirondack House
534 College St.
Middlebury, VT
United States

The Center for Education in Action is the principal occupant of Adirondack House, though the building is also home to offices for the Salzburg Seminar and the Davis World College Scholars program, while the African American Alliance holds meetings in Coltrane Lounge, named for jazz legend John Coltrane.  Education in Action (EIA) advisers and resources focus on areas of civic engagement; career exploration; health professions; fellowships; and internships, both traditional and self-designed.  They help find opportunities—locally and around the world—to volunteer, craft international immersion experiences, explore career options and ideas, find internships, prepare for graduate study, identify fellowships, and locate funding for projects. As you head toward senior year, EIA also provides on-campus and off-campus recruiting programs and advice on graduate school application processes.

History

Originally known as "Battell Cottage," Adirondack House was once a traditional Victorian farmhouse. Acquired by the College in 1909 along with Twichell farm, the house was meant to serve as part of the College's women's campus, providing space for a large dining hall. Today, that dining space is known as Coltrane Lounge.

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SPAN0309A-S14

Cross-Listed As:
SPAN0399A-S14

CRN: 22545

Representing Hispanic Theatre

From Page to Stage: Representing Hispanic Theatre
In this course we will both study and perform a selected play from Spain or Latin America. The first half of the course will be dedicated to an in-depth analysis of the selected play. We will complement our study with readings on semiotics and performance studies, other works by the author, other plays, and texts on relevant socio-historical and political topics. The second half of the semester will be dedicated to preparing a full production of the play to be presented at the end of the semester. Students will be involved as actors as well as in all aspects of production and decision-making, requiring about three hours of rehearsal time per week outside of class. Through performance students will find deeper meaning in the literary text. (At least two courses at the 0300-level or above or by waiver; this course is also being offered as SPAN 0399) 3 hrs. lect./disc/rehearsal

SPAN0399A-S14

Cross-Listed As:
SPAN0309A-S14

CRN: 22499

Representing Hispanic Theatre

From Page to Stage: Representing Hispanic Theatre
In this course we will both study and perform a selected play from Spain or Latin America. The first half of the course will be dedicated to an in-depth analysis of the selected play. We will complement our study with readings on semiotics and performance studies, other works by the author, other plays, and texts on relevant socio-historical and political topics. The second half of the semester will be dedicated to preparing a full production of the play to be presented at the end of the semester. Students will be involved as actors as well as in all aspects of production and decision-making, requiring about three hours of rehearsal time per week outside of class. Through performance students will find deeper meaning in the literary text. (At least two courses at the 0300-level or above or by waiver; this course is also being offered as SPAN 0309) 3 hrs. lect./disc/rehearsal

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