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|ART 3612: Reading Urban Spaces: The Eternal City|
|A longstanding sacred and administrative center, the city of Rome has been shaped and reshaped by successive regimes to reflect social values, answer economic demands and program the lives of the populace. In this course, we will explore the neighborhoods of Rome, discuss ideological, aesthetic and functional uses of public space and learn to identify Rome's manifold archaeological strata, from the earliest subterranean remnants to the uppermost layers of the modern city.|
||Not offered this academic year.
|Attributes: Writing "W" Course, Ways of Engaging, Upper-Division, Arts and Humanities A
Grade Modes: Normal Grading, Audit
Instructional Methods: Arranged, Traditional