Religious Studies 2352G - Rome and the Christian Tradition

An in-depth experience of the ancient history, art, and architecture of Rome, examining Rome’s enduring religious, political, and cultural significance.

  • A 0.5-credit 2200-level experiential learning course offered by the Religious Studies Department at King's, led by Religious Studies faculty
  • 7 full days in Rome over Reading Week
  • Guided tours of the Vatican and other sites accompanied by local archaeologists and art historians
  • Special access to archaeological sites, including Vatican Excavations (Scavi)
  • Day excursion to the medieval city of Assisi
  • 6 weekly pre-trip seminars
  • King’s International Study Award ($1000) available to King’s students registered in the course
  • For more information, contact Dr. Julius-Kei Kato at

Due to continuing restrictions on international travel due to the pandemic, we are unable to offer this course in the 2021–22 academic year. We hope to offer the course in the 2022–23 year.