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UW Rome Center

UW Programs

The UWRC hosts a diversity of faculty-led study abroad programs in a wide range of disciplines.  Below is a sampling of upcoming programs. Explore the links to get started, and connect with UW Study Abroad to learn more about opportunities for studying or teaching at the Rome Center!

Winter 2017

CHID Rome, Vienna, Budapest, Prague: Legacies of Empires – Power and Diversity in Rome, Vienna, Budapest, and Prague

Communication Italy: Roman Communication and Culture

JSIS Italy: International and External Challenges for the European Union and European Integration

Spring Break 2017

Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity

Spring 2017

Classics Seminar in Rome

English Italy: English “Writers in Rome” Program

Italian Studies in Rome and Calabria

Sociology Italy: Christianity in Rome – Church vs. Empire, Church as Empire

Summer 2017

Business Rome: Foster School Rome Program

Creative Writing Rome: Department of English Creative Writing Program in Rome

Honors Rome: Mediterranean Crossings—In History and Today

Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (UW Bothell) Italy: Interdisciplinary Studio Art and Italian Culture

Early Fall 2017

Business Italy:  Foster School Accounting in Rome

Engineering Italy – Engineering Rome 

Honors Rome: Staging the City: Performance, Power and Identity in Rome from Empire to Mussolini

Italian Studies / Cinema Studies in Italy – Framing Rome

Law, Societies & Justice Italy – Comparative Law and Politics in Italy, Europe and the US

Fall 2017

Anthropology Rome: The Culture and Politics of Food in Italy

Architecture in Rome

Art Italy: Studio Art in Rome

Landscape Architecture in Rome:  The Creative Mapping of Urban Histories

 

UW schools and departments represented at the Rome Center

Applied Mathematics, Architecture, Art History, Astronomy, Anthropology, Business, Cinema Studies, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Classics, Communication, Comparative History of Ideas, Creative Writing, Design, Education, English, European Studies, Geography, History, Honors Program, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (UW Bothell & UW Tacoma), International Studies, Italian Studies, Landscape Studies, Law Societies & Justice, Minority Affairs, Political Science, Psychology, Scandinavian Studies, Sociology, Studio Art, and Urban Design.