CEA Course: Classics
CLA340 ART & ARCHEOLOGY OF ANCIENT ROME
This is an onsite course exploring the astounding ruins and vestiges of the ancient city of Rome from its archaic origins through the late Roman Empire (ca. 1700 BC - AD 400), consisting of visits to many archaeological sites and museums in Rome, Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento and Ostia Antica. Additional fee applies. Credits: 3
CLA341 CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY IN ITALIAN ART & LITERATURE
This course is a unique introduction to the cultural legacy of the Greek and Roman gods and how mythology shaped western culture. Students will learn through textual analysis but also through many visits to museums of Classical art, archaeological sites like the Forum, and museums to see the great importance of Classical mythology as a source of inspiration for later artists. Credits: 3
ARH372/CLA342 THE LEGACY OF ANCIENT GREECE: ONSITE ARCHEOLOGICAL SEMINAR
Taught in Greece, this short-term, intensive onsite course explores the cultural, artistic and political heritage of Greek antiquity. Students examine the archaeological remains and artistic legacy of several ancient city-states in Greece, including Athens, the Acropolis and its Museum, Mycenae, Epidaurus, Delphi and Delos, as well as exploring the visual, theoretical and historical background of Greek Art and Archaeology from the Ancient Mycenaean Civilization to Hellenistic Greece. Prerequisites: Introductory courses in Western civilization, Art History, or with the approval of the instructor. Language of instruction: English. Credits: 3.