Spring 2011 not offered
This interdisciplinary history seminar for first-year students focuses on Europe's most famous capital city between 1550 and 1650, a period when Rome was a symbol of religious zeal, artistic creativity, and intellectual repression. We will explore these contradictions and their impact on cultural innovation by taking a close look at daily life in early modern Rome and at the lives of some of the city's most celebrated women and men. These saints, murderers, artists, and scientists include San Filippo Neri, Beatrice Cenci, Caravaggio, Artemisia Gentileschi, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, and Galileo. Course materials emphasize writings by historians, art and music historians, and historians of science, as well as visual, literary, musical, and documentary sources from the period. The seminar culminates with a research project on some individual or aspect of baroque Rome.
The research paper will involve creation of a bibliography, research in library and on line sources, and the ability to present findings clearly and concisely in an oral report and a well organized and argued paper.
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course is supposed to be hosted out of COL. Eugenia called me 12/10/07 - asked me to make Laurie's changes and Eugenia over in COL. Eugenia is working on getting the originatation over in COL.
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