Courses offered for Summer 2014:
Italy - Rome and Florence Knowledge of Italian is not required
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION: English
Participants choose to attend one or both of the following courses:
AP/IT 3761 3.0: Italian Medieval and Renaissance
DESCRIPTION: The focus will be on the Florentine contribution to literature and the arts in the context of the social and political changes taking place from the 14th to the 16th centuries. Knowledge of Italian is not required. This course counts towards the major and minor in Italian Culture. Students counting the course towards the major or minor in Italian Studies must register in AP/IT 3760 3.0.
AP/IT 3771 3.0: Modern and Contemporary Italian Culture
DESCRIPTION: Key issues in contemporary Italian society are studied in their historical development, with focus on the following: unification and its aftermath; regionalism; Fascism and the Resistance; political parties and intellectuals; the Church; art and literature. Knowledge of Italian is not required. This course counts towards the major and minor in Italian Culture. Students counting the course towards the major or minor in Italian Studies must register in AP/IT 3770 3.0.
- Thursday, October 24, 12:00-1:00pm.
- Wednesday, November 13, 2:30-3:30pm.
- Tuesday, November 26, 2:30-3:30pm.
Location: Ross South 562 (Audio Visual Room) Dep't of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics.
APPLICATION: Applications may be obtained from and submitted to:
ATTN: Ms. Silvana De Bona Room S561 Ross Building
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