History, Religion, and Urban Change In Rome Information Session
The city of Rome has one of the richest historical pasts in Europe, offering exceptional opportunities to examine the nature of urban and historical change. Students will explore Rome and its environs in depth and compare it with other sites with other histories. They will learn how to integrate experiential knowledge with other kinds of evidence and scholarship. In particular, we will examine how communities from Late Antiquity through the Renaissance and beyond constructed, preserved, re-purposed, decorated, and destroyed spaces and places in the service of political, social, or religious aims and identities.
Please join us for an information session about the Spring 2023 History, Religion, and Urban Change in Rome program! Wednesday, February 16th @ 5:00pm in Leighton 304.
Please visit the program page for additional information.
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