UGA in ROME Summer 2018
Classics + Art History
May 27–July 5
Open to all majors
The UGA Classics Rome program offers on-site sustained study of the history, art, and archaeology of ancient Rome. Open to both undergraduate and graduate students, it allows participants to visit and study the monuments, incomparable museums and rich historic sites of Rome. All students enroll in three courses cross-listed in Classics and/or Art History for a total of nine credits: Art of Ancient Rome, Topography of Ancient Rome, Classical Tradition of Rome. The program is focused on ancient Rome and its later tradition (Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Fascist) and includes a week of study excursions, to visit the Etruscan sites of Tarquinia and Cerveteri, ancient and post-antique Roman villas (Hadrian’s Villa, Villa d’Este, Caserta), and the principal ancient ruins of Campania (Pompeii, Herculaneum, Oplontis, Boscoreale). Students and professors live inside the ancient walls of Rome within easy walking distance of the historic center.
Tuition & Costs:
All students, regardless of residency status or home institution, are eligible for in-state University of Georgia tuition. The program cost is: $$4500. Multiple scholarships, based on both academic excellence and need, are available for students, including specialized support for majors in Classics and Art History.
Enrollment is capped. Early applications are strongly encouraged and are accepted on a rolling admissions basis. The application deadline is January 31, 2018.
Detailed additional information about the well-established program is available here. Please note that UGA undergraduate and graduate students interested in earning Art History credit for 2018 are encouraged to contact Mark Abbe, the resident School of Art faculty member.
The next information session is scheduled for Tuesday, November 14th at 3:30 pm at the Lamar Dodd School of Art, N100.
Director, Elena Bianchelli (UGA Classics)
Prof. Chris Gregg (George Mason University History and Art History)
Prof. Mark Abbe (UGA Art History)