From the ancient city to the kitchen, “Food and Architecture” investigates how the preparation of meals and the production of public spaces helped shape the classical world. Study during your spring term in Athens and Rome, with on-site lectures that give plenty of time to savor the city without the summertime press of tourists. Good itineraries to Rome normally hit the highlights, but this exceptional program allows time for exploring and visiting (and revisiting) well beyond the trodden paths—and without the noisy crowds. Did we mention the architecture, the pasta . . . the gelato?
The academic goals of this program focus on General Education curriculum, drawing on the incredible breadth of the Roman classroom. We will start in Athens, Greece, travel through Santorini, and end the semester in Rome. Once in Rome, we will complete day trips to Assisi, Pompeii, Venice, Florence, and more.
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