Study Boccaccio’s Decameron in Siena, Italy
Immerse yourself in Bocaccio’s Decameron and the birth of modernity under the Tuscan sun with Michaela Grudin, professor emerita of English. The four-week seminar includes lodging at the villa Campriano, Italian language classes, cooking lessons with the French-trained villa chef, and excursions to Padua, Florence, the Palio, and other locales pertinent to The Decameron.
Who: Teachers, alumni, and friends of the College
When: July 18 to August 18, 2005
Where: Campriano and locations around Siena, Italy
Fee: $5,100 (not including airfare)
Registration and $500 deposit due: March 1, 2005
Information: 503-768-6043 or www.lclark.edu/dept/ccps
Sponsored by Lewis & Clark’s Graduate School of Education, the Siena Studies Program, and the Ulisse Cultural Association.
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