February 2018 20

  • Tuesday
    12:15 PM
    ‘Teaching in Rome: No Classroom Required’
    ‘Teaching in Rome: No Classroom Required’

    The Tuesday Lunch Series welcomes Denison professors Rebecca Kennedy and Max Goldman presenting “Teaching in Rome: No Classroom Required.”

    One of the most exciting elements of teaching off campus, especially abroad, is the chance to take students into unusual environments and to teach in ways that no classroom can ever allow. In this talk, Goldman and Kennedy will discuss their summer course, “Art and Archaeology of Ancient Rome,” taught at various archaeological sites and museums throughout Rome and southern Italy. Their presentation will cover the types of assignments that have been succesful in getting students to engage with both the modern cities and the ancient ruins among them.

    Admission: FREE
    Questions?: Joanna Tague, 740-587-6588
    Address: Burton D. Morgan Center, Knobel Hall, Denison University, 150 Ridge Road, Granville, OH 43023
    Sponsored By: Office of the Provost
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