Taste how Italian Cuisine Continues to
Change the World!
* Below is a course from
our Summer 2013 intersession. Look out for Summer 2014 programs to
be announced mid-December!
Take a break from fast food this summer and learn how Italian
cuisine is changing the way the world looks at eating. Known for
its recent role in the “Slow Food” movement, Italian cuisine’s
focus on the freshest ingredients and simple preparation has made
the Italian way of eating a model that the rest of the world
follows. Make Rome and its various markets, farms and restaurants
the site of your international learning!
- ENG 2100: From Fast Food to Slow: How Italian Cuisine Changed
- ANT 1100C: From Fast Food to Slow: How Italian Cuisine Changed
Dates: May 20 – June 3, 2013
Please note: Students must arrive in Rome on May 20 and depart on
June 3. If you depart from New York, for most flights you must
leave the day before the arrival date.
- Application deadline: March 25, 2013
- Deposit deadline: April 3, 2013
Accommodations: You will stay in the St.
John’s Rome Campus dormitory. The campus is located in the Prati
neighborhood, rich in history and beautiful architecture, just
north of the Vatican in central Rome.
The facility is located on the Lepanto subway line, just two
streets from the building. While at St. John's Rome campus you will
be able to walk to the Vatican, or take a short subway ride to the
Piazza del Popolo, Piazza Navona, or the Castel Sant’Angelo.
Our campus combines old-world architectural elements with modern
presentation technology. Classrooms are high tech with presentation
ability, a fully-wired computer lab with printers for your use, a
spacious meeting room, library and student lounge. Our bilingual
staff, including a resident director and resident assistants will
assist you with any needs.
Room accommodations include: two or three single beds, wardrobes
and desks per room, linens are provided for your use for the
duration of the program. Each room has an individual air
conditioning unit, and wireless broadband internet access. Showers,
sinks and toilets are shared per residence floor.
Professors: Robert Fanuzzi, Ph.D
Program Fee: TBD
*Tuition and airfare are in addition to the program fee. Please
check the tuition based on your school and how many credits you
choose to enroll in while abroad.