Walls of Words

Nicole Lobdell

Nicole Lobdell is a Visiting Assistant Professor of English in 19th-century British literature at DePauw University in Greencastle, IN.

 

 

UGA at Oxford (http://oxford.uga.edu)

Working for the UGA at Oxford program was one of the best experiences of my life.  As an undergraduate, I wasn't able to go on study abroad.  As a graduate student, I was given the opportunity to fulfill a dream and live and study in England.  As part of the UGA program, I lived in Oxford where we were affiliated with Trinity College (in the summer of 2011) and Keble College (in the spring of 2012), and I had the chance to study with Robert Douglas-Fairhurst, Tutor and Fellow at Magdalen College, and conduct research at the Bodleian Library.  I was also able to travel around England to London, Portsmouth, Isle of Wight, Leeds, Dover, Lewes, and the southern coast, as well as to Paris and Edinburgh.  Below are pictures from my travels! 

 

University of Oxford and the Bodleian Library

Excursion with Woolf Seminar to The Seven Sisters, and Virginia Woolf's Monk's House

Excursion with the Environmental Economy class, July 2011

Edinburgh, July 2011