School of Arts, Cultures & Humanities "Artemisia Gentileschi"

Why study arts, cultures, and humanities in Italy?
  • Italy holds the world’s highest number of UNESCO sites
  • The country is in the top 10 for global touristic flows
  • 15% of its GDP derives from touristic activities
  • The Capitoline Museums are considered the world’s first art space
  • The Colosseum is the world’s most booked site on TripAdvisor
  • The first university in the world was born in Bologna, Italy, in 1088
  • The world’s first art biennale was born in Venice, Italy, in 1895

Highlighted Courses

CULSCI255 – AH255
Art around Banquets

War, Diplomacy & Global Affairs between Art, Food & Geopolitics

CULSCI189 – AH189
Egyptian Hieroglyphics, Greek Myths & Roman Inscriptions

Diving into the Greek Culture

AH200 – CHEM200
Ancient Italian Art Practices

Chemistries, Alchemies & Magic

CULSCI208 – HIS208
Tricks, Poisons & Traps

Magical Food & Wines that Changed the European History

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