Course Overview

Oxford is a city famed for its architectural beauty and history. There is a continuous tradition of civic, ecclesiastical and collegiate architecture spanning almost a thousand years. The city is situated between the Cotswold and Chiltern Hills in an area rich in stone of natural beauty that has provided material from which to create the buildings. The course will look at the development of the major buildings of Oxford from the origins of the city in Anglo-Saxon times through to the latest additions in the twentieth century and evaluate their significance and influence both locally and nationally.

The Details

  • June 22 - July 3 (Also available Session 3)

  • 10 AM - 12 PM EDT; M-F

  • Grades 9-12

  • 20 hours of Live Instruction

  • Max. 12 students per class

  • Instructor Office Hours Available

  • Certificate

  • Program Fee: $1,295

What They're Saying

by Annika S.

"Professor Rolfe gave us an incredible insight into the history of Oxford through art and architecture. I thought Oxford was just a university city but its so much more."

Faculty

Art Historian

John Rolfe