Normandy is renowned as a center of Impressionism, its charming towns, fine cuisine and remembered for its major military efforts. Join us for a one-week stay in Honfleur to trace the many themes of this fascinating region.

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 The iconic Mont St. Michel, off the coast of Normandy.  Credit: nagelstock.com/Alamy  Honfleur, France  Monet's gardens at Giverny  The famous lily pads and green bridge at Giverny used as inspiration for Monet  Old traditional sreet in Rouen  The famous Gros Horloge in Rouen  The cathedral in Rouen  Stained glass window in the cathedral in Rouen  The historic Mont St. Michel off the coast of Normandy  Section of the famous Bayeux Tapestry, a visual chronicle of the Norman conquest of 1066  Calvados coastline  Memorial sculpture, Omaha Beach  Sherman tank along the Normandy coastline  Normandy's Pointe du Hoc. Credit: Hemis/Alamy  Cemetery near Omaha Beach

Normandy

A One-Week Stay in France

9 days from $3,890

Normandy is renowned as a center of Impressionism, its charming towns, fine cuisine and remembered for its major military efforts. Join us for a one-week stay in Honfleur to trace the many themes of this fascinating region.

or Call 855-330-1542

May 22 - 30, 2017 Departure
Kim Munholland

Kim Munholland

Kim Munholland is Professor Emeritus from the University of Minnesota where he taught courses on modern European history and modern France for 42 years. He is a graduate of Stanford University and received his masters and Ph.D. degrees from Princeton University. Kim traveled and resided in France for nearly eight years during his research leaves from the University of Minnesota. He has published books and articles on French history with an emphasis on French-American relations in the 20th century and issues of French identity, including the importance of wine as part of French culture. For the past eight years he has taught a history of Paris course for University of Minnesota students in Paris, which included trips to Normandy and Mt. St. Michel, and he has offered several adult-learning seminars on French history and World War II topics.

Sep 11 - 19, 2017 Departure
John Sweets

John Sweets

John Sweets is Professor Emeritus of History, specializing in the Vichy France era, the French Resistance, and occupied France. He has taught 19th and 20th century European history at the University of Kansas, University College, Dublin (Ireland), The School of International Studies (Fort Bragg, NC), and at the Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon (France). John has received two NEH Fellowships for his research and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He has authored many works on France, including The Politics of Resistance in France (1976) and Choices in Vichy France (1986), and has edited four volumes of The Proceedings of the Western Society for French History (1982-85). His other current research interests include a case study of the Lacemakers of Le Puy in the 19th century and an investigation of France and the Holocaust.

Oct 9 - 17, 2017 Departure
Nathanael Greene

Nathanael Greene

Nathanael Greene teaches courses on the history of Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries, and has written books on aspects of European and French history. He has traveled frequently in France and studied in Paris as a Fulbright Scholar and as a Guggenheim Fellow. Dr. Greene is a graduate of Brown University and received his Ph.D. from Harvard University. A faculty member at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut since 1963, he has been a professor of history at Wesleyan since 1974 and served as Vice-President of Academic Affairs for 13 years. Professor Greene has led several Smithsonian tours to France.