A survey of artists, writers, and thinkers from the time of Dante to the days of Leonardo. During field trips, the streets, squares, churches, and palazzi of many cities serve as living laboratories for a discussion of the topography of mediaeval and Renaissance cities. This course includes a component designed to enhance students’ research experience. (Offered in Siena only.)
ITA356Y0: This course is taught in English and is open to students from other disciplines.