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A New Approach to Teaching Roman Art History
Classical World
  • Marice Rose, Fairfield University
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Publication Date
1-1-2016
Abstract
This article describes an approach to teaching ancient Roman art using historical empathy and current world events to foster students’ engagement with, and learning about, both ancient Roman art and, more broadly, the power of art. This pedagogical approach can inspire richer understanding and increased motivation to learn, while offering possibilities for civic engagement. The suggestions may be helpful for secondary or college-level teachers of Roman art, and for classics teachers who incorporate ancient visual culture.
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Copyright 2016 Johns Hopkins University Press for Classical Association of the Atlantic States. Archived here with permission from the copyright holder.

Published Citation
Rose, Marice. "A New Approach to Teaching Roman Art History." Classical World 110.1 (2016): 119-136.
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Citation Information
Marice Rose. "A New Approach to Teaching Roman Art History" Classical World Vol. 110 Iss. 1 (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/marice_rose/17/