HOA300.2 Greek Odyssey: The Visual Construction of Self & Society in the Minoan Aegean & Ancient Greece (Fall 2018 only)

The city-states of ancient Greece and the capital of the Roman Empire provide the ports of departure and arrival for an exploration and interrogation of the origins of Western civilization. During The Greek Odyssey, a Signature Seminar with field study in Crete, the Greek Peloponnesus and Athens, you will travel by land and sea to investigate changes in the visual construction of the individual and society. In fall semesters, the field study occurs before the start of classes and, in spring semesters, it occurs after final exams. May also be registered as HUM/HST 300.2.

Departments: Art & Music Histories, History of Art, History of Music

Location: Florence

Semesters: Fall, Spring

Credits: 3