• Aesthetics of the Exotic
    Porcelain, silk, tea, pagoda-style buildings....all part of the flood of exotic influences that spread through England during the 17th and 18th century. Our site will examine the main importer of these goods, the East India Company, and the place, they occupied in English daily life, from the parlor to the poorhouses. Step inside and be transported!
    (Michelle Brown, Nicole DeRosia, Amber Matheson, and Paul Winterstein)
  • Bank of England--Financial Advice for Travelers to the 18th Century
    A portal into the 18th Century has been discovered in London and the UN has
    decided that everyone should have the opportunity to use it!  Obviously, there
    are a lot of things to consider before traveling in time.  Be sure to visit our
    website to learn about the financial ramification of your decision and what
    your economic standing will be in the 18th Century.
    (Kate Dillon and Josh Soper)

  • The Grand Tour
    Welcome to the Grand Tour, it is wonderful that you have decided to finish your education traveling, studying, and immersing yourself in foreign cultures on the Continent. This trip will help you to develop social and intellectual skills that benefit any refined, upstanding British gentleman. One will return from his travels with a broadened mind as well as a good command of foreign languages, a new self-reliance and self-possession as well as a highly developed taste and grace of manners.
    (Sarita Kusuma, Carlton W. Albright, Maggie Cooper, and Christine Michaud)

  • A Journey Through the Spanish Conquest
    During the height of European Maritime superiority, the Spanish began to colonize areas of Latin America, a period known as the Spanish Conquest. Dealing with the travel literature topic of "true history," this website examines the Spanish conquest along with the various types of literature reflecting the events, from the Spanish Conquistadors to the native Incas and Aztecs.
    (Jeff Schultz and Sean Johnson)

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