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    Giacomo Casanova

    by  • February 15, 2018 • Info • 0 Comments

    Giacomo Casanova lived from April 2, 1725 to June 4, 1798. He was an italian man who looked for adventure and often found trouble. Casanova’s biography, Historia de ma vie, is known for being one the the most authentic accounts of the European social life in the 18th century. Though Casanova’s life is mostly...

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    Imagining Venice is Back in Spring 2018!

    by  • June 14, 2017 • Info • 0 Comments

    I’m happy to announce that Professor Spehar-Fahey and I will be offering Imagining Venice again in Spring 2018! ART/COMM 285 fulfills the Participatory Art requirement for CORE 21 and will be offered Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:25-2:05 p.m. You can take the course for either Art or Communication units — take ART 285 for the...

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    In Verona

    by  • May 30, 2013 • Info • 2 Comments

    Blogging here is now optional for our students, but for any friends and family who may be reading still, we took the train to Verona today. Here are most of us (the ones who didn’t immediately race off in another direction) at the very well-preserved Roman amphitheater in Verona’s historic center. Although the weather...

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    Mangi! Mangi!

    by  • May 29, 2013 • Info • 0 Comments

    Something we were all looking forward to about coming to Italy….THE FOOD!! I was especially excited about coming to Italy for the authentic Italian food because I am Italian. Growing up, I’ve learned many recipes from my Nonna so I was excited to see where they came from. Also, growing up in a very...

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