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Students will immerse themselves in daily Italian culture while learning and studying the food ways, wine traditions, tourism basics, and cultural norms of Italy. Students will travel to Florence, Poggio a Caiano, Rome and Venice.
HTMG 3305 Wine Appreciation - This course explores the major wine regions of the world, with an emphasis on palate training, introductory wine chemistry, wine appraisal, wine communication, viticulture, wine knowledge, and wine industry experience.
Wine tasting is an integral part of the course.
HTMG 3307 Food and Culture - The importance of food and cuisine within the context of society. This course will explore the impact of food on the evolution of mankind and address issues relating to the importance of food in the political and economic structure of the world. Questions regarding food supplies and sources as well as ethical questions facing mankind in the near future will be examined. Also explored will be the influences and perceptions of food in different cultures of the world and how those perceptions affect intercultural understanding
May 22 - June 22, 2018
Includes tuition, airfare, accommodation, meal plan, Italian cell phone, international health insurance, ground transportation to and from JFK, airport pickup, welcome and farewell dinners, an orientation program, and program excursions.