AIRC: Rome - Visual Communications Summer Program

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  • Location(s): Rome, Italy
  • Program Type(s): Study Abroad

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AIRC’s Visual Communications summer program examines the politics, economics, religion, social structure, daily life, physical infrastructure, art, and historical development of Rome, from its beginning to the 6th century AD. The morning on-site l... read more

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AIRC’s Visual Communications summer program examines the politics, economics, religion, social structure, daily life, physical infrastructure, art, and historical development of Rome, from its beginning to the 6th century AD. The morning on-site lectures also offer numerous opportunities to discuss important issues such as conservation/ preservation of cultural heritage, new and ongoing excavations, and technology and media in the humanities. In the afternoons students work on their projects, which are designed to tell one of the Eternal City’s countless unique and timeless stories and are presented to faculty at course’s end. Students come away with a solid grasp of the layout of the modern and ancient city, its history, and its development through time, as well as a completed media project that communicates one or more aspects of Roman culture to a broad audience in a compelling way.

This program is designed for:
Majors and minors in journalism/communications, photography, art/animation/visualization, and media/film. The course also includes an individual media project.

Total hours of instruction: 90
On-site lectures: 70
Classroom hours: 20 (includes final colloquium)

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs
  • Film, Video, Photographic Arts
  • Journalism
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