May 31 – June 26, 2020
An Educational Experience Exploring Art, Cultural Development and the Reggio Emilia Approach to Education
Reserve your space. Apply by February 17, 2020!
Newcomb Art Department Professor Holly Flora offers ARHS 3910 Renaissance Italy, and ARHS 6000 Museum Education: An International Perspective in Tulane's unique program in Ferrara, Italy, a gorgeous city near Venice. These courses both fulfill the following requirements: Aesthetics & Creative Arts, Global Perspectives, Western Traditions, and Writing Tier-1. You can take both, or choose an art history class and a class in psychology or education.
Ferrara, a beautiful city known for its Renaissance palaces and castles, is located in Italy's Emilia-Romagna region, world famous for its cuisine. This summer abroad experience also offers a wealth of culture, community, and content. Students will have the option to choose two (3-credit hour) courses in Education, Art History, and Psychology. These courses focus on the Reggio Emilia Approach to Education, the growth and development of children and adolescents, and art appreciation in Italy.
COURSES (all Tulane students and others are welcome to enroll)
ARHS 3910: The Art of Renaissance Italy
EDUC 6900: Special Topics (OR alternatively ARHS 6900 Special Topics in Museum Studies—Museum Education: An International Perspective)
EDLA 3160: Children’s & Adolescent Literature
EDCU 6860: Special Topics - A look at Reggio Emilia’s Approach to Education
PSYCH 3210: Child Psychology
PSYCH 3390: Adolescent Psychology
*Intro to PSYCH required for both Psych classes