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  • Locations: Tirolo, Italy
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Restrictions: UTDALLAS applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Program Type: Faculty Led/Customized Programs
Program Description:
This program is no longer accepting applications. Although you missed the opportunity this year, check back in early fall for faculty-led programs occurring next summer. 
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Name of program Summer Study in Italy
Location Castle Brunnenberg, Tirolo, Italy
Semester Summer 2017
Department Arts & Humanities
Course(s) associated with program AHST 3315 Art of the Renaissance
LIT 3328 Sustainability and the Environment
Credit hours 6
Dates of course June 11 - July 09, 2017
Description of program AHST 3315: Art of the Renaissance
  • Students will analyze and evaluate Italian Renaissance artworks beyond considerations of style and authorship, understanding their creation in the context of the religious, political, and social concerns of the period.
  • Students will develop their skills of visual analysis by presenting artworks firsthand to the group.
  • Students will gain an understanding of historical works of art that they can carry with them beyond this class to studying or evaluating artworks from other periods and cultures.
  • AHST 3315 Syllabus
LIT 3328: Ecology, Land and Water
  • To explore the geography, ecology and agriculture of the Mediterranean world and Central Europe from the vantage point of a small alpine region that served as bridge between North and South from Roman times to the present
  • To explore the interaction between natural resources, food production, food consumption and cultural/religious practices and environmental policies
  • To help students understand how globalization and EU regulations influence environmental policies
  • To allow students to connect their classroom experiences with those of everyday life  on  Brunnenburg’s  sustainable farm and to sharpen their “ethnographic eye” on selected field trips.
  • LIT 3328 Syllabus
Cost (estimate) $2,500
Cost includes Lodging, 30 meals, internet access, laundry service, cultural events, occasional tea with Princess Mary De Rachewiltz, wine tasting
Cost does not include Airfare and other travel costs, tuition, books, additional food, side trips, and incidentals
Program contact information Course information:  Professor Elizabeth Ranieri
Education Abroad:
How to apply 1. Send a 200-300 word essay about your goals for the trip as a Word attachment to Professor Elizabeth Ranieri at  Applications accepted through March 15, 2017 or until full.
2.Apply on the Education Abroad Portal by clicking the Apply Now Button.

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