Florence in the Renaissance
ARHS 2000: Florence in the Renaissance
International Travel Dates: May 24-June 3, 2014
Credit Hours: 3
This course consists of an intensive introduction to the art, architecture and culture of the Florentine Renaissance (1280-1580). Taught entirely on-site, the course consists of daily visits to churches, museums, and palaces in Florence. Students will gain an explicit familiarity with the stylistic developments and historical-cultural context of Renaissance art through lectures as well as assigned readings. Students will also have the opportunity to develop and demonstrate skills in visual analysis and critical thinking through daily class discussion, an individual presentation, and a written assignment.
Tuition - Summer 2014 Tuition
Study Abroad Fee (non-refundable after deadline; due with application) - $150
Program Fee - $550*
Deadline (for application and deposit) - April 4, 2014
Instructors - Ryan Gregg
There will be an informational session for this course held on Tuesday, February 18th at 10:00 in the University Center conference room.
*Program Fee covers hotel, local transportation to Siena, museum entrance fees, and
two group dinners.