A central part of our studies in Rome are site visits and guest lectures. Below is a summary of our site visits by class. The visits that are starred were open to both classes. More detailed discussion of these visits are provided on separate pages.
Cross Cultural Psychology
Visit and lecture by noted author Amara Lakhous of Clash of Civilizations Over An Elevator in Piazza Vittorio
Site visit to Basilica of San Clemente, Rome.
Site visit to the ethnic market of Piazza Vittorio with Italian photographer Stefano Romano
Site visit to Pompeii to discuss ancient graffiti followed by walking tour of modern graffiti in Rome.
Viewing of the documentary Licu's Holiday and surprise visit made by lead character in the movie
Site visit by night to tour Castel S'Angelo*
Site visit by night to tour the Colosseum*
Guest lecture on immigrants and socioeconomic status
Viewing of documentary Italy: Love it Or Leave it with an opportunity afterwards to meet the filmmakers
Visit to the Capuchin Crypt
A night at the opera to see Verdi's La Traviata*
Site visit to Criminology Museum (MUCRI)
Site visit to San Servolo Island (insane asylum of Venice)
Site visit to seethe space once occupied by the prison Le Stinche in Florence.
Site visit to Centro Basaglia (Arezzo) to meet with mental health workers involved in Italy's psychiatric reform movement
Visit by Dr. Gofreddo Bartocci, former head of the World Association of Cultural Psychiatry.
Site visit to Circolo di Cultura Omosessuale Mario Mieli. Rome.
Site visit to National Gallery of Modern Art to discuss the protrayl of madness in art.
Site visit to Museo della Mente and former insane asylum of Rome
Irene López, PhD. Kenyon College Department of Psychology 203 North College Road Samuel Mather 302 Gambier, Ohio 43022 United States