The Italian Renaissance

This course investigates the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in Italy, a time when renewed interest in the Classical past completely altered Western Culture: the arts flourished, the sciences developed, and philosophers re-conceived of the value of the individual. This course focuses on the great artists and writers of the age, for instance, Leonardo da Vinci, Machiavelli, Michelangelo, Gaspara Stampa, and Veronica Franco. This course may be applied toward the major or minor in Italian or Italian Studies (please speak with an advisor for more information). Taught in English.

Formerly "Italian Literature in Translation: The Renaissance"

 

 

Class Number: 

ITAL 250B

Grading: 

Regular grades are awarded for this course: A, B, C, D, E.

Pre requisite(s): 

Two courses from TRAD 101,102,103,104

Usually Offered: 

Fall, Spring

Units: 

3

Approved As: 

General Education Tier Two - Traditions and Cultures

Level: 

Undergraduate