This course provides an intensive introduction to the art literature, philosophy, and politics of Early Modern Italy (1260-1580), with a special focus on Florence. Taught entirely on-site, this course offers students the unique opportunity to consider the civic, ecclesiastical, and domestic spheres of Renaissance Florentine life through daily visits to the city’s town halls, churches, palaces, and museums.

It is worth 6 credits, the equivalent of a full-year course.

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