At a Glance
Topic: Ancient Roman Art, Architecture, and History
Dates: May 2 - June 22, 2012
Credit: 1 Brown course
Faculty: Crispin Corrado, Brown Ph.D. ; Max Goldman, Brown Ph.D.
Students from multiple disciplines, such as art history, archaeology, classics, history, and international relations, will find this course exciting and relevant to their study. While living in Rome’s vibrant present, students will explore the city's Imperial past. Students spend the first four weeks in Rome visiting key sites and learning critical context and history. During their final week, students will take a four-day excursion to the Bay of Naples area, visiting key landmarks such as Pompeeii and Herculaneum, that chronicle events of the Roman Empire.
The application deadline for this program has passed. Email Dana Pratt to see if there is space available.