AH/SO/US 320 - Rome as a Living Museum

This course is an examination of the management of Roman cultural heritage from a multidisciplinary perspective. The course draws on art history, papal history, economic interests, and cultural aims in its approach to the transformation of the image and the perception of Rome. Topics include the preservation and exhibition of antiquities, some aspects of restoration, conservation, collecting and museums, legislation, artistic institutions and cultural heritage exploitation. Includes site visits within Rome.

Course Information

Discipline(s):

Art History
Sociology
Urban Studies

Term(s) Offered:

Summer

Credits:

3

Language of instruction:

English

Contact Hours:

45

Prerequisites:

AH 320 - Rome as a Living Museum This course requires that the student has successfully completed one previous college- level art history course.

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