Internships and Culture in London
Kathleen Frederickson researches the interfaces between economics, politics and the social and physical sciences. Along with her appointment in the Department of English, she is affiliated faculty for the Graduate Group in Cultural Studies, as well the programs in Science and Technology Studies, Critical Theory, and Feminist Theory and Research. Her areas of interest include Victorian literature and culture; feminist and queer studies; the history of physics, biology, psychology, and the social sciences; Marxism; and psychoanalysis.
A Message to Students and Parents
"Welcome, London Program 2020! I'm very much looking forward to reading British literature and exploring London's history and culture on our Study Abroad Program next year."
What Students Are Saying
- “The most rewarding aspect of my experience was being able to embrace the London culture and become a “Londoner” for eleven weeks while doing everything I possibly could in that time.”
- “My internship experience has been very unique and educational. I have been able to work one-on-one with students on countless occasions and learn how to work with students of a wide array of ages and needs. The internship team has been very helpful with any problem that has come up for me. The placement process was simple and easy. I had my interviews and got the internship I interviewed for.”