Study Abroad in Rome, Italy - Internship

Study Abroad in Rome Internship: Courses

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Internship Program

During the first three weeks students choose one course among:

AVC 5840 (3) | Art and Culture in Rome: 800 BC - 2000 AD

Examines the history and society of Rome and its architectural and artistic expression as it developed over a period of 3,000 years. Students study key examples of architecture, monuments and art from Classical Rome through to the Renaissance and Baroque, and the modern period. Much of the course is taught on-site with visits to churches, palaces and museums. Students should budget approximately 30 euros for admission to museums and galleries not included in the program fee.

HST 5815 (3) | History of Food and Table Manners

Explores food and food habits in human history from early civilization to the Modern period, via the Classical world and the Middle Ages. Themes such as the social function of banquets, dietary rules, food models, cultural identity and table manners are considered. The course includes on-site with visits to local food markets and museums. Students should budget approximately 30 euros for admission to museums and galleries not included in the program fee.

RLG 5810 (3) | Comparative World Religion

Explores the monotheistic religions of the Near East (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam), those of India and the Far East (Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism) and the ‘new-age’ faiths. The history and practice of each is studied. Special emphasis is laid on the philosophical and psychological basis of each religion and on common themes.