This spring, Ph.D. Candidate Ahmed Abdelazim will be teaching AH 403 *ONLINE*: “From Pyramids to Minarets to Satellite Dishes: Cairo’s Art & Architecture,” MWF 9:55–10:45am, humanities breadth and L&S credit. From Pyramids to Minarets to Satellite dishes, Cairo has evolved a lot. With more than 20 million residents and 5,000 years of history, Cairo is one of the oldest and most dense megalopolises in the globe. This course has art and architecture at the center as it begins each week with a specific object or building that best represents a period of the city’s multi-faceted history. By learning about one city, such as Cairo, one will learn about the history of the world, starting with humanity’s oldest civilization passing through religion, war, colonialism, and ending with modern-day politics. Enroll here.