MC 202 — Rome: The Making and Unmaking of the Eternal City

3 credits; 3 lecture hours

Perhaps more than any other city, Rome is caught between two seemingly incompatible realities: the vitality of a modern capital in constant expansion and the inertia of an ancient city that houses countless treasures of artistic, archeological, religious and historical significance. In this course we explore a variety of texts (ancient and modern) and films which have shaped the image of Rome over several millennia. (G7: Humanities; G5: Western Civilization).

Film and Media BS Degree Program

http://catalog.fitnyc.edu/undergraduate/majors/baccalaureatedegreeprograms/filmmediamajor/

...HI (History); MA (Math); MC (Modern Languages and...200 , FI 201 , FI 202 , FI 203 , FI...

Toy Design BFA Degree Program

http://catalog.fitnyc.edu/undergraduate/majors/baccalaureatedegreeprograms/toydesignmajor/

...LA (Liberal Arts); MC (Modern Languages and Cultures); MU (Music) MU 202 , MU 203 , or...