From ancient city of emperors to centre of the Roman Catholic Church today, Rome presents a living history like no other city. The course explores the intersection of religious practice, belief, art and architecture, politics and culture through a 10-day tour of Rome and environs. Additional travel expenses to be borne by students.
Antirequisite(s): Religious Studies 2291F Rome and the Christian Tradition taken in Summer Session 2012, or Summer Session 2013.
Extra Information: Six 2-hour preparatory lectures.