Department of Languages

Remembering D-Day: Clemson in London-Paris-Normandy Info Session to be held September 20

An informational meeting about the study abroad program “Remembering D-Day: 2024 Clemson in London-Paris-Normandy” will be held on Wednesday, September 20, from 5:30-7:00PM in Daniel Hall 113.

The program runs from May 14 – May 24, 2024 and takes participants to historically significant locations throughout the United Kingdom and France, including London, Normandy and Paris. Participants will have the opportunity to revisit the experiences of American soldiers during World War II and reflect on the meaning of these experiences in contexts both historical and current. Students will explore important questions and topics from a broad range of perspectives and academic disciplines. The program fulfills the GLCH (Global Challenge) 3990 and FR 3980 course credits.

For more information, contact Professor Eric Touya de Marenne, Department of Languages ( and Col. (Ret) Lance Young, Clemson Corps Life Emeritus (

More information can be found on the program flyer below. The Zoom link to the information session is provided on the flyer.