Ancient Rome in Modern Italy (CLA, ARH)
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Travel with an art historian and a Latin professor to Naples, Rome, and Florence to explore how ancient Romans lived and how modern Italy has embraced their legacy. Our classroom will be the piazzas, churches, cafes, train stations, museums, and streets of Italy, and with monuments and ancient sites such as Pompeii, the Colosseum, the Vatican, Florence’s Duomo, we will investigate how the political and cultural needs of each historical period have continually reshaped the legacy of ancient Rome.
No prerequisites or prior knowledge required!
Faculty: Dr. Danielle LaLonde ( Danielle.firstname.lastname@example.org)and Amy Frederick (email@example.com )
Dates: (tentative): May 25ish-June 12ish
Cost: $4000 (includes airfare, all activities, accommodations and 2 meals a day)
Applications Due: February 11 (more details on application will be circulated soon).
A $500 non-refundable payment is due by March 11h and the remaining is due by May 2.