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ART 255: Italian Art in Context (abroad)

This course is an intensive introduction to the art and architecture of Italy. Students will experience Italy as a cultural crossroads including sites from a broad range of cultures and eras; including Punic, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Arab, European and Norman influences. This cross-cultural experience will be the foundation for study of Florence from its inception as a Roman colony through the 19th century when Florence was the capital of the newly unified Italian nation. Offered during Interim in alternate years.

American Studies

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...Happiness, 1920-Present ART 253 Art Since 1945...and American Politics PSCI 255 Political Parties and...

Chemistry

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...enjoy state-of-the-art instrumentation and computers...is typically taken. CHEM 255 , CHEM 256 , CHEM...

Chinese

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...China/Chinese ART 259 The Arts of China...Studies Majors AS/PS 255 Politics in Asia...

Environmental Studies

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...requirement. Arts and the Humanities The arts and...following: 1.00 ENVST 255 Remote Sensing and...

Japanese

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...liberal arts studies, which may include literature, art...Studies Majors AS/PS 255 Politics in Asia...

Medieval Studies

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...such as: ART 255 Italian Art in Context (abroad) ART 271 Gothic Art HIST 237...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...Professor of Art and Art History art and...Transition (for majors) PHIL 255 Race and Social...