GENERAL EDUCATION

GNED-110
General Education Area 1 Topic (1-3)

Course Level: Undergraduate

Special topics offered periodically for General Education credit in Foundational Area 1.

GNED-110
N01S
GENERAL EDUCATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

General Education Area 1 Topic (1-3)

Cultural Foundations of Italian Politics

This first-year seminar for entering freshmen on the cultural foundations of Italian politics opens with an intensive 3-week summer living and learning experience in Rome and continues with a fall term seminar on the AU campus. The course has an international and comparative perspective and includes the cultural, artistic, religious, and historical foundations of Rome and its many and evolving political systems and its continuing influence throughout history, as well as Italian political institutions and sites. In Rome, students are based at the American University of Rome. Open only to students in the Cultural Foundations of Italian Politics Program. Meets with GNED-120 N01S GNED-130 N01S GNED-140 N01S.

GNED-110
002
GENERAL EDUCATION
FALL 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

General Education Area 1 Topic (1-3)

Cultural Foundations of Italian Politics

Following the intensive 3-week summer living and learning experience in Rome, this first-year seminar for entering freshmen on the cultural foundations of Italian politics continues on-campus in the fall semester. The course has an international and comparative perspective and includes the cultural, artistic, religious, and historical foundations of Rome and its many and evolving political systems and its continuing influence throughout history, as well as Italian political institutions and sites. Open only to students in the Cultural Foundations of Italian Politics Program. Meets with GNED-120 001 GNED-130 001 GNED-140 001.

GNED-110
N02S
GENERAL EDUCATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

General Education Area 1 Topic (1-3)

The Examined Life

This first-year seminar for entering freshmen begins with a three-week summer session in Thessaloniki, Greece and continues with a fall term seminar on the AU campus. The focus of the course is an examination of the roots of justice and daily life in the ancient Greek world by reading historical, literary, and philosophical texts. In addition students spend time studying art history and complete a museum practicum. In Greece, classes are based at the American College of Thessaloniki (ACT) and are supplemented and enhanced with walking tours and site visits throughout Thessaloniki and its environs. Meets with GNED-120 N02S.