COURSE INFO

Instructor:
prof. Lorenzo Pubblici, Ph.D.
Credit Hours: 3 -- Contact hours: 45
Course Number: HIST 289
Department: Liberal Arts and Cultural Studies
Prerequisite: None

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course will go through Etruscan and Roman history, focusing on the great impact that the Etruscan civilization had on Rome and its development as the master of the Mediterranean world. During the course students will explore the sources in order to understand how deep the impact of the Etruscan culture was on Rome and how important both have been for the modern Italian cultural identity. The course is particularly recommended to students that want to gain an in-depth knowledge of the ancient social and political history of Italy.


Field Trips connected with this course:
Rome, Sorrento, Naples & Pompeii (see
SRISA Field Trips)
Meet the Faculty: Prof. Lorenzo Pubblici
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Dr. Pubblici was born in Florence and is former professor of Eastern European History at the University of Florence. He is currently a professor at Sarah Lawrence College, Florence Program as well as at Santa Reparata International School of Art.  His specialization is in the Middle Ages
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