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1 Short-Term Study Abroad Program Information Please provide the following information: Study Abroad Program Name: UGA Classics in Rome Study Abroad (SABD) Course ID: SABD 1107 Study Abroad (SABD) Course CRN: Semester Program will be Offered: Summer 2017 Session (Select Session that most closely aligns with program dates)* : Extended Summer Session (5/9-7/27) Program Director/Contact Name: Program Director/Contact Phone Number: Program Director/Contact Address: Program Start Date (First meeting with enrolled students ): Elena Bianchelli May-17 Program End Date (Last meeting with enrolled students ): Travel Start Date: 6-Jul May-17 Travel End Date: 8-Jul-17 Anticipated Number of Total Students Participating in Program: 18 Anticipated Number of UGA Students: 15 Anticipated Number of Transient Students: 3 Anticipated Number of Undergraduate Students in the Program: 18 Total Number of Credit Hours Taken by Each Undergraduate Student: 9 Anticipated Number of Graduate Students in the Program: 0 Total Number of Credit Hours Taken by Each Graduate Student: 6 Please list each course offered through the program on a separate row below: Course Title Course Prefix Course Number CRN(s) Credit Hours Schedule Type Instructor(s) Department of Instructor(s) Course Start Date Course End Date Total Lecture Hours Total Field/ Lab Hours Ancient Roma CLAS Lecture Chris Gregg Classics 5/28/2017 7/5/ The Art of Rome CLAS Lecture Chris Gregg Classics 5/28/2017 7/5/ Selected Topics in Ancient Civilization: Studies Abroad (The Urban Tradition of Rome) CLAS Seminar Chris Gregg Classics 5/28/2017 7/5/ Advanced Readings in Latin: Studies Abroad (The Latin Tradition of Rome) LATN 4405/ Seminar Elena Bianchelli Classics 5/29/2017 7/5/ **Total Contact Hours = Total Lecture Hours + (Total Field Hours / 2) Please also complete the Academic Itinerary found on the second worksheet of this document. Courses require 12.5 contact hours for each credit hour earned For questions, please contact the Office of Curriculum Systems at or Total Contact Hours**

2 Study Abroad Program Name: Study Abroad (SABD) Course ID: Program Start and End Dates: UGA Classics in Rome SABD 1107 Academic Itinerary May 28-July 6, 2017 Instructors and Courses Taught: Instructor Course(s) Taught Chris Gregg CLAS 4350, 4400, 4305 Elena Bianchelli LATN 4405 *All courses should be taught independently. Please include individual class days and times for each course. **If multiple courses are offered in the program, please use a new column for each course. Contact Hours Date/Time Activity Description* Instructor(s) CLAS 4350 CLAS 4400 CLAS 4305 LATN 4405 Lecture Field/ Lab Lecture Field/ Lab Lecture Field/ Lab Lecture Field/ Lab Saturday, February 25 Program Orientation, Pre-Departure Instructions Gregg, Bianchelli Wednesday, April 5 Program Orientation, Additional Pre-Departure Instructions Bianchelli Sunday, May 28 Arrival and Orientation 2:00-5:00 Neighborhood stroll Gregg Monday, May 29 Orientation 8:30-1:00 Centro storico and the layers of Rome, San Clemente Afternoon Obelisk Project Tuesday, May 30 Myth & History of Rome 8:30-1:00 Foundation myths, geographicl orientation settelement and burial patterns Gregg for the early city Livy Bianchelli 1.5 Wednesday, May 31 Borghese Gardens 8:30-1:00 Villa Giulia Museum Gregg :00-9:30 pm Livy Bianchelli 1.5 Thursday, June 1 Excursion: the Etruscans 8:30-4:00 Tarquinia and Cerveteri Gregg :00-9:30 pm Livy Bianchelli 1.5 Friday, June 2 Roman Republic 8:30-1:00 Largo Argentina, Thater of Pompey, Tiber Island, Gregg Forum Boarium 2:00-5:00 pm Festa della Repubblica, Quirinal Palace Monday, June 5 Roman Republic 8:30-1:00 Forum and Paltine, visit 1 Gregg :00-9:30 pm Plautus, Horatius Bianchelli 1.5 Tuesday, June 6 End of the Republic 8:30-1:00 Palazzo Massimo Museum Gregg :00-9:30 pm- Suetonius Bianchelli 1.5 Wednesday, June 7 The Age of Augustus and the Pax Augusta

3 8:30-1:00 Ara Pacis and Mausuleum of Augustus; Palazzo Altemps Museum Gregg :00-9:30 pm Vergil; Augustus' Res Gestae Bianchelli 1.5 Thursday, June 8 Augustus and the Eternal City 8:30-1:30 Theater of Marcello, Porticus of Octavia, Trastevere, S. Cecilia & S. Maria in Trastevere. Gianicolo (Tempietto, Acqua Paola & Parco Garibaldi 8:00-9:30 Vergil. Augustus' Res Gestae 1.5 Friday, June 9 Julio-Claudian and Flavian Rome 8:30-1:00 Forum Romanum and Palatine, visit 2; Colosseum Gregg :00-4:30 Colosseum Sunday, June 11 Orientation for Campania excursion 8:00-9:30 pm Orientation Gregg, Bianchelli Monday, June 12. Early morning departure 9:40-4:00 Caserta Gregg :00-7:00 Pliny Bianchelli 1.0 Tuesday, June 13 9:00-4:00 Paestum: Archaeological site and museum Gregg :30-6:00 Visit to Mozzarella factory Bianchelli :30-7:30 pm Pliny 1.0 Wednesday, June 14 12:30-5:30 pm Herculaneum, Oplontis, Boscoreale Gregg :30-7:30 Pliny Bianchelli 1.0 Thursday, June 15 8:30-3:00 pm Pompeii Gregg :00-6:00 pm Vesuvius excursion Friday, June 16 9:30-1:30 National Archaeological Museum of Naples Gregg Monday, june 19 Trajan and the High Empire 8:30-1:00 Imperial For a Museum and Markets of Trajan, Gregg Column of Trajan; Tomb of Eursaces and Porta Maggiore 8:00-9:30 pm Augustus' Res Gestae Bianchelli 1.5 Tuesday, June 20 Hadrianic and Antonine Campus Martius 8:30-1:00 Pantheon, Mausoleum (Castel St. Angelo) Gregg

4 Temple of the Deified Hadrian, Column of Marcus Aurelius;Sant''Ignazio 8:00-9:30 pm Augustus' Res Gestae Bianchelli 1.5 Wednesday, june 21 The Capitoline from Roman to Chrstian urban center 8:30-1:00 Michelangelo's Campidoglio, Capitoline Museum Gregg Thursday, June 22 Excursion: Ostia 8:30-4:00 Ostia Gregg Monday, June 26 Severan Rome 8:30-1:00 Arch of Severus, Arch of the Argentarii, and Gregg Baths of Caracalla; San Giorgio in Velabro 8:-9:30 pm Suetonius Bianchelli 1.5 Tuesday, June 27 Excursion: Tvoli 8:00-4:00 Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'este Gregg Wednesday, June 28 Papal Audience. Late Imperial Rome 6:00-11:00 am Papal Audience Bianchelli :30-5:00 pm Aventine Hill: St. Sabina and the Piazza of the Gregg Knights of Malta; Monte Testaccio; Pyramid of Cestius; Aurelian Wall Thursday, June 29 Late Antiquity and Post Classical Rome 8:30-1:00 Bath of Diocletian, St. Pudenziana; Arch of Gregg Constantine; St. Giovanni in Laterano Extra Museum Visit and Report due today Friday, June 30 Late Antiquity and Post Classical Rome 8:30-1:00 St. Maria Maggiore; Piazza di Spagna; St Andrea Gregg St. Carlino, Quattro Fontane, Piazza St. Susanna; Palazzo Hertziana; Palazzo barberini Saturday, July 1 Rome in the 17th-20th Centuries 8:30-1:00 Campo Marzio, Piazza navona, Piazza Imperatore Gregg Stadium of Domitian, St. Ivo, Piazza del Popolo 2:30-5:30 Vatican Museums visit and report due today Monday, July 3 Exame 1: CLAS 4305 and LATN 4405 Tuesday, July 4 Exam 2: CLAS 4400 Wednesday, July 5 Exam 3: CLAS 4350

5 Thursday, July 6 Departure Total Hours Total Lecture Hours Total Field/ Lab Hours Initial academic itineraries are understood to be tentative and subject to change. Please be as specific and accurate as possible. For questions, please contact the Office of Curriculum Systems at or Total Contact Hours Total Contact Hours = Total Lecture Hours + (Total Field Hours / 2) Courses require 12.5 contact hours for each credit hour earned

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