With Rome as a home base, faculty-led excursions are an integral component to many of the classes offered at Temple Rome. Classes not only take advantage of the living cultural museum that is Rome, but often go further afield to explore Italy and beyond.
FOOD ENVIRONMENTS/ ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES AND GEOGRAPHY AND URBAN STUDIES – SUSTAINABILE ENVIRONMENTS: Lazio Agriturismo tourism farm
Sidigmed Project (ENPI CBCMED Programme) aims at promoting social and intercultural dialogue thorugh a cross-border cooperation in the realm of Local Urban and Peri-Urban (UPA) in the participating country: Jordan, Tunisia, Italy and Spain. The project will implement a governance system to create dialogue through formal organisational structures set up between public, NGO/Associations and private citizens.
ADVANCED PAINTING / ADVANCED DRAWING / VISUAL STUDIES HYBRID PAINTING / GALLERIES AND STUDIOS: VENICE
PDS courses offer the opportunity to combine studio work with the Rome experience as a way to explore ideas and materials as well as the development of an individualized approach to drawing and painting. In the AH 2622 course students receive an overview of the artistic developments in Rome in the past 25 years.
HISTORY OF ART IN ROME: TIVOLI
Each week the class visits a historical site or museum in order to reconstruct through living examples the artistic fabric of the city, from the Etruscan through the Baroque periods. On excursion to Tivoli participants visit the beautiful Villa Adrian and Villa D’Este.
Masters of the RENAISSANCE ART: FLORENCE
Weekly class lectures and on-site visits examine the visual art from the beginning of the High Renaissance through c. 1600. On excursion to Florence students will visit the Uffizi Gallery.
art of FASCISM IN ROME: BERLIN
This course focuses on the art forms, architecture and urban topography that came to define the Italian Fascist period.
MUSEUM HISTORY AND THEORY IN ROME: ARTENA AND MARSEILLES
This course focuses on the history of museums in Rome. Through weekly visits and class readings participants consider the evolution of museums overtime and how they have contributed to the image of Rome as seat of Western Civilization.
HIGH AND LATE BAROQUE ART IN ROME: NAPLES
The course gives an overview of Baroque art in Italy and Europe. A filed trip to Naples offers students the opportunity to visit the Capodimonte Museum and explore the baroque churches in the historical center.
ART AND ARCHEOLOGY OF ANCIENT ROME AND THE MEDITERRANEAN / GREEK AND ROMAN CLASSICS ANCIENT CITY: ROME/ ROMAN HISTORY: NAPLES, POMPEII, TERRACINA, SPERLONGA, PAESTUM
These courses offer an outline of the origins and development of Italic and Roman art between the 8th century B.C. and the 4th century A.D.
A SOCIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF POSTWAR ITALY: EMILIA ROMAGNA
This course provides a survey of Italian society today, starting with geography and the historical forces that shaped the nation to the features of Italian social life and institutional issues.
FUNDAMENTALS OF EUROPEAN BUSINESS/ CONTEMPORARY POLITICS IN EUROPE: Malta
to be announced.
Modern Italy – From Napoleon to Hitler: Trento
to be announced.
Design Studio in Rome: Naples Amalfi coast
to be announced.
Courses with excursions carry a fee to cover travel, accommodation costs, and entrance fees.