Making of an Eternal City
Rome, the Eternal City, has been constantly inhabited from the 8th century BC to the present, thus making it one of the richest and most stratified living human settlement. This class explore Rome’s topography and its evolving relationship with power and society. To this end, the students are going to visit specific sites all around the city and analyze their connections to institutions and people, and evaluate their importance in the formation of Rome’s distinctive identity. [click to learn more]
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