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UWF in Italy

Term To Study: Summer 2015
Application Deadline: Feb 13, 2015
Program Starts: May 29, 2015
Program Ends: Jun 12, 2015
Major 1: Anthropology & Archeology
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Major 2: Art History, Criticism, Preservation
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Major 3: History
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Major 4: Area / Ethnic Studies: European
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Program Category: One-Country
Program Type: Faculty-led
Program Fee: $3,250
Program Locations: Capri, Naples, Pompeii, Rome, Sorrento
Contact Phone: 8504742681
Contact Name: Marie-therese Champagne
Contact Email: mchampagne@uwf.edu
What is Included: Pre-departure orientation and handbook, orientation on the ground in Rome, all hotel costs, breakfast every day, all entrances to venues (tours, museums, Pompeii, Herculaneum, Hadrian’s Villa, Villa d’este, Ostia Antica, Naples Archeological Museum), ground transportation in Italy (including airport transfers, bus/metro in Rome, train, and ferry), four daily lunches in Sorrento, welcome dinner in Rome, farewell dinner in Rome.
What is not Included: Non-refundable deposit of $300 paid to UWF (will cover health and accident insurance), airfare, eight lunches and ten dinners, spending money, tuition for 3-6 credits paid to UWF.
Estimated Costs: $300 Deposit paid to UWF
$3250 Program Fee paid to ACCENT
$1400 Airfare Estimate
$250 Personal expenses and noted meals above
PLUS Tuition paid to UWF for 3-6 credit hours.
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uwfinromesyllabus.pdf
Program Description

The streets of Rome and other sites in Italy become extensions of your classroom as you explore ancient Roman remains and historic sites, and world-renowned museums and churches. Classes before departure (on-campus and online) complement the two weeks in Italy. The ancient Roman Republic and Empire comes alive through extensive, on-site teaching in Rome, Ostia, Tivoli, Sorrento, Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Naples. The program addresses ancient Roman history, literature, art, and archaeology through tangible remains and the literary record, while walking in the ancient footsteps of the Romans.

Accommodation while in Italy:
Accommodation will be in Double/triple/quad occupancy rooms in two-star hotels, or similar, will be provided in Rome and Sorrento. Breakfast in the hotels provided daily.

The group will enjoy welcome and farewell dinners in Rome.

Courses:
EUH 4990/EUH 5990 Rome and the Mediterranean World
Dr. Marie-Thérèse Champagne, Department of History
ANT3990/ANG6905 Archaeology of Roman Life & Death
Dr. Kristina Killgrove, Department of Anthropology

Each course is 3 credits. Students may enroll in one or both of the courses for UWF in Italy.
EUH3411 and ANT3990 present the history, (bio)archaeology, art, and literature of ancient Rome from the earliest known occupants, the Latini, through the reign of Constantine (circa 10th century BC through 4th century AD). These courses encompass two weeks of intensive, daily, on-campus classes and two weeks of extensive on-site teaching in Rome, Ostia, Tivoli, Sorrento, Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Naples. Students will get an overview of history, literature, art, and archaeology in the center of the Roman world and will explore the connections be-tween the tangible remains and literary record of Rome, all while experiencing first-hand the extant evidence.

Pre-departure class meetings:
Students may take one or both courses. Prior to departure, students attend two weeks of daily class meetings on the UWF campus (and online), May 11 - May 22. Students must attend on-campus class meetings and participate in course activities abroad, and non-student participants are encouraged to attend the on-campus classes to enrich their on-site experience.

Tentative Itinerary:
May 29: Depart USA
May 30-June 4: Class meetings and site visits in Rome
June 5: Travel to Sorrento, visit to Herculaneum
June 6-June 8: Class meetings and site visits in Pompeii, Herculaneum, Naples, and Capri
June 9: Return to Rome and resume class meetings and site visits
June 12: Return to USA

Meals on your own:
Students will be responsible for eight lunches and 10 dinners while in Italy. Cafes and small restaurants are easy to find in Rome and Sorrento.


US Citizens will not need a visa for this program. Citizens of other countries may need a visa - contact UWF Study abroad at studyabroad@uwf.edu for further guidance.

Quick Facts

Population: 61261254
Capital: Rome
Per-capita GDP: $ 30900
Size: 301340 km2
Time Zone: (GMT + 01:00 hour) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris

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