Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013
HUM 325 Rome: Stories and Traditions 3 sem. hrs
H2b: The course examines the place of Rome in western history, literature and legend through an interdisciplinary approach. The course surveys Rome’s place as the center of Western imagination by reading the words and following in the footsteps of travelers, pilgrims and conquerors of Rome from ancient to modern times. This course is taught in Rome as part of the Walsh Rome Experience. Students must be accepted into the Rome program before registering for this course.
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