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Course ID Course Teachers SSD Curriculum Site CFU Year
L0090 COMPARATIVE LITERATURES A SINI Stefania Irene L-FIL-LET/14 All VERCELLI 6 1
LE0004 ELEMENTS OF LINGUISTICS CASTAGNETO Marina, NAPOLI Maria L-LIN/01 All VERCELLI 12 1
L0918 HISTORY OF ANCIENT GREEK AND ROMAN WORLD GARBARINO Paolo Luciano, VANOTTI Gabriella L-ANT/03, L-ANT/02 All VERCELLI 12 1
L0918 HISTORY OF ANCIENT GREEK AND ROMAN WORLD GARBARINO Paolo Luciano, VANOTTI Gabriella L-ANT/03, L-ANT/02 All VERCELLI 12 1
LE0237 HISTORY OF ANCIENT GREEK AND ROMAN WORLD 1 VANOTTI Gabriella L-ANT/02, L-ANT/03 All ALESSANDRIA 12 1
LE0002 HISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE C MARAZZINI Claudio L-FIL-LET/12 All VERCELLI 12 1
LE0234 INTRODUCTION TO CLASSICAL LITERARY CULTURES 1 BATTEZZATO Luigi, BORGNA Alice L-FIL-LET/04, L-FIL-LET/02 All ALESSANDRIA 12 1
LE0222 ITALIAN LITERATURE 1+2 SINI Stefania Irene, TESIO Giovanni L-FIL-LET/10 All ALESSANDRIA 12 1
L0910 ITALIAN LITERATURE I + II TESIO Giovanni, GIBELLINI Cecilia L-FIL-LET/10 All VERCELLI 12 1
LE0216 LATIN LITERATURE AND INTRODUCTION TO GREEK LITERARY CULTURE TABACCO Raffaella, BATTEZZATO Luigi L-FIL-LET/04, L-FIL-LET/02 All VERCELLI 12 1
L0973 MEDIEVAL HISTORY BARBERO Alessandro M-STO/01 All VERCELLI 12 1
L0973 MEDIEVAL HISTORY BARBERO Alessandro M-STO/01 All VERCELLI 12 1
LE0173 MEDIEVAL HISTORY OF ART INTEGRATED COURSE LOMARTIRE Saverio L-ART/01 All VERCELLI 12 1
L1182 MODERN HISTORY TORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio, ROSSO Claudio M-STO/02 All VERCELLI 12 1
L1182 MODERN HISTORY TORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio, ROSSO Claudio M-STO/02 All VERCELLI 12 1
LE0170 SOCIAL HISTORY OF CULTURAL HERITAGE TORRE Angelo, TIGRINO Vittorio M-STO/02 All VERCELLI 12 1
L0072 ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY OF GREEK AND ROMAN ART B ZOPPI Carlo L-ANT/07 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0072 ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY OF GREEK AND ROMAN ART B ZOPPI Carlo L-ANT/07 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0090 COMPARATIVE LITERATURES A SINI Stefania Irene L-FIL-LET/14 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0032 CONTEMPORARY HISTORY A MARIANO Marco M-STO/04 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0032 CONTEMPORARY HISTORY A MARIANO Marco M-STO/04 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0843 CONTEMPORARY HISTORY D MARIANO Marco M-STO/04 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0843 CONTEMPORARY HISTORY D MARIANO Marco M-STO/04 All VERCELLI 6 2
LE0010 CONTEMPORARY HISTORY F MARIANO Marco M-STO/04 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0109 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY A SCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso M-DEA/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0110 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY B SCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso M-DEA/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0045 ETHNOLOGY A PORPORATO Davide M-DEA/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0046 ETHNOLOGY B PORPORATO Davide M-DEA/01 All ALESSANDRIA 6 2
L0689 EUROPEAN HISTORY TORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio M-STO/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0689 EUROPEAN HISTORY TORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio M-STO/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0092 GENERAL LINGUISTICS A CASTAGNETO Marina L-LIN/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0092 GENERAL LINGUISTICS A CASTAGNETO Marina L-LIN/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0976 GEOGRAPHY BRUSA Carlo Angelo M-GGR/01 All VERCELLI 12 2
L0976 GEOGRAPHY BRUSA Carlo Angelo M-GGR/01 All VERCELLI 12 2
L0139 GREEK HISTORY VANOTTI Gabriella L-ANT/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0139 GREEK HISTORY VANOTTI Gabriella L-ANT/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0094 HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS NAPOLI Maria L-LIN/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0094 HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS NAPOLI Maria L-LIN/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0904 HISTORY OF ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY BONAZZI Mauro M-FIL/07 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0349 HISTORY OF ARTISTIC TECHNIQUES LOMARTIRE Saverio L-ART/04 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0359 HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY ART VANNUGLI Antonio L-ART/03 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0359 HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY ART VANNUGLI Antonio L-ART/03 All VERCELLI 6 2
LE0115 HISTORY OF CULTURAL HERITAGE TIGRINO Vittorio M-STO/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0019 HISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE A MARAZZINI Claudio L-FIL-LET/12 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0019 HISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE A MARAZZINI Claudio L-FIL-LET/12 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0546 HISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE B MARAZZINI Claudio L-FIL-LET/12 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0546 HISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE B MARAZZINI Claudio L-FIL-LET/12 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0906 HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY BIANCHI Luca Maria M-FIL/08 All VERCELLI 6 2
LE0201 HISTORY OF MODERN SOCIETY TORRE Angelo M-STO/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0806 HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY PAGANINI Gianenrico M-FIL/06 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0243 HISTORY OF ROMAN LAW A GARBARINO Paolo Luciano IUS/18 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0769 INSTITUTIONS OF HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY ART VANNUGLI Antonio L-ART/03 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0769 INSTITUTIONS OF HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY ART VANNUGLI Antonio L-ART/03 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0499 INTRODUCTION TO GREEK LITERARY CULTURE BATTEZZATO Luigi L-FIL-LET/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0499 INTRODUCTION TO GREEK LITERARY CULTURE BATTEZZATO Luigi L-FIL-LET/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0088 ITALIAN GRAMMAR A MARAZZINI Claudio L-FIL-LET/12 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0184 ITALIAN LITERATURE A TESIO Giovanni L-FIL-LET/10 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0185 ITALIAN LITERATURE B SINI Stefania Irene L-FIL-LET/10 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0073 LATE ANTIQUE ARCHAEOLOGY DESTEFANIS Eleonora L-ANT/08 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0073 LATE ANTIQUE ARCHAEOLOGY DESTEFANIS Eleonora L-ANT/08 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0690 LATIN LITERATURE C TABACCO Raffaella L-FIL-LET/04 All VERCELLI 6 2
LE0029 LIBRARY SCIENCE AND ARCHIVISTICS LANA Maurizio M-STO/08 All VERCELLI 6 2
LE0029 LIBRARY SCIENCE AND ARCHIVISTICS LANA Maurizio M-STO/08 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0140 MEDIEVAL ARCHAEOLOGY A DESTEFANIS Eleonora L-ANT/08 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0140 MEDIEVAL ARCHAEOLOGY A DESTEFANIS Eleonora L-ANT/08 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0037 MEDIEVAL HISTORY A BARBERO Alessandro M-STO/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0037 MEDIEVAL HISTORY A BARBERO Alessandro M-STO/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0038 MEDIEVAL HISTORY B BARBERO Alessandro M-STO/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0038 MEDIEVAL HISTORY B BARBERO Alessandro M-STO/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
LE0259 MEDIEVAL HISTORY OF ART 1 LOMARTIRE Saverio L-ART/01 All ALESSANDRIA 6 2
L0049 MEDIEVAL HISTORY OF ART A LOMARTIRE Saverio L-ART/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0049 MEDIEVAL HISTORY OF ART A LOMARTIRE Saverio L-ART/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0050 MEDIEVAL HISTORY OF ART B LOMARTIRE Saverio L-ART/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0625 MODERN ART HISTORY ZAMBRANO Patrizia L-ART/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0625 MODERN ART HISTORY ZAMBRANO Patrizia L-ART/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
LE0032 MODERN ART HISTORY II ZAMBRANO Patrizia L-ART/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
LE0032 MODERN ART HISTORY II ZAMBRANO Patrizia L-ART/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0030 MODERN HISTORY A ROSSO Claudio M-STO/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0030 MODERN HISTORY A ROSSO Claudio M-STO/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0207 MORAL PHILOSOPHY A POMA Iolanda M-FIL/03 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0124 Methodology of hystorical research ROSSO Claudio M-STO/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0124 Methodology of hystorical research ROSSO Claudio M-STO/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0155 PALEOGRAPHY GANDINO Germana M-STO/09 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0155 PALEOGRAPHY GANDINO Germana M-STO/09 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0155 PALEOGRAPHY GANDINO Germana M-STO/09 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0005 POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY A AFFERNI Raffaella M-GGR/02 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0053 ROMANCE PHILOLOGY A MANTOVANI Dario L-FIL-LET/09 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0053 ROMANCE PHILOLOGY A MANTOVANI Dario L-FIL-LET/09 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0736 ROMAN HISTORY GARBARINO Paolo Luciano L-ANT/03 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0736 ROMAN HISTORY GARBARINO Paolo Luciano L-ANT/03 All VERCELLI 6 2
LE0122 SOCIOLINGUISTICS NAPOLI Maria L-LIN/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
LE0122 SOCIOLINGUISTICS NAPOLI Maria L-LIN/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
LE0290 STORIA MEDIEVALE 2 BARBERO Alessandro M-STO/01 All ALESSANDRIA 6 2
L0271 THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY PAGANO Maurizio M-FIL/01 All VERCELLI 6 2
L0072 ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY OF GREEK AND ROMAN ART B ZOPPI Carlo L-ANT/07 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0090 COMPARATIVE LITERATURES A SINI Stefania Irene L-FIL-LET/14 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0032 CONTEMPORARY HISTORY A MARIANO Marco M-STO/04 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0843 CONTEMPORARY HISTORY D MARIANO Marco M-STO/04 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0109 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY A SCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso M-DEA/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0109 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY A SCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso M-DEA/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0110 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY B SCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso M-DEA/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0110 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY B SCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso M-DEA/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0552 ENGLISH LANGUAGE NON SPECIALIST FORMENTELLI Maicol, ELLARD Michael L-LIN/12 All VERCELLI 3 3
L0552 ENGLISH LANGUAGE NON SPECIALIST FORMENTELLI Maicol, ELLARD Michael L-LIN/12 All VERCELLI 3 3
L0045 ETHNOLOGY A PORPORATO Davide M-DEA/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0045 ETHNOLOGY A PORPORATO Davide M-DEA/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0046 ETHNOLOGY B PORPORATO Davide M-DEA/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0046 ETHNOLOGY B PORPORATO Davide M-DEA/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0689 EUROPEAN HISTORY TORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio M-STO/02 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0346 FINAL EXAMINATION PROFIN_S All 12 3
L0346 FINAL EXAMINATION PROFIN_S All 12 3
L0183 FOUNDATIONS OF LINGUISTICS CASTAGNETO Marina L-LIN/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0560 FRENCH LANGUAGE NON SPECIALIST AUDEOUD Laurence, PERRIN Anne Francoise L-LIN/04 All VERCELLI 3 3
L0560 FRENCH LANGUAGE NON SPECIALIST AUDEOUD Laurence, PERRIN Anne Francoise L-LIN/04 All VERCELLI 3 3
L0570 GERMAN LANGUAGE NON SPECIALIST RAVETTO Miriam, REINHARDT Michaela, STUECKEL Eva L-LIN/14 All VERCELLI 3 3
L0570 GERMAN LANGUAGE NON SPECIALIST RAVETTO Miriam, REINHARDT Michaela, STUECKEL Eva L-LIN/14 All VERCELLI 3 3
L0139 GREEK HISTORY VANOTTI Gabriella L-ANT/02 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0094 HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS NAPOLI Maria L-LIN/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0904 HISTORY OF ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY BONAZZI Mauro M-FIL/07 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0904 HISTORY OF ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY BONAZZI Mauro M-FIL/07 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0349 HISTORY OF ARTISTIC TECHNIQUES LOMARTIRE Saverio L-ART/04 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0359 HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY ART VANNUGLI Antonio L-ART/03 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0019 HISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE A MARAZZINI Claudio L-FIL-LET/12 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0546 HISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE B MARAZZINI Claudio L-FIL-LET/12 All VERCELLI 6 3
LE0002 HISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE C MARAZZINI Claudio L-FIL-LET/12 All VERCELLI 12 3
L0906 HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY BIANCHI Luca Maria M-FIL/08 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0906 HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY BIANCHI Luca Maria M-FIL/08 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0806 HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY PAGANINI Gianenrico M-FIL/06 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0806 HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY PAGANINI Gianenrico M-FIL/06 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0243 HISTORY OF ROMAN LAW A GARBARINO Paolo Luciano IUS/18 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0243 HISTORY OF ROMAN LAW A GARBARINO Paolo Luciano IUS/18 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0769 INSTITUTIONS OF HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY ART VANNUGLI Antonio L-ART/03 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0088 ITALIAN GRAMMAR A MARAZZINI Claudio L-FIL-LET/12 All VERCELLI 6 3
L1284 ITALIAN GRAMMAR AND ROMANCE PHILOLOGY MARAZZINI Claudio, MANTOVANI Dario L-FIL-LET/12, L-FIL-LET/09 All VERCELLI 12 3
L0073 LATE ANTIQUE ARCHAEOLOGY DESTEFANIS Eleonora L-ANT/08 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0690 LATIN LITERATURE C TABACCO Raffaella L-FIL-LET/04 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0140 MEDIEVAL ARCHAEOLOGY A DESTEFANIS Eleonora L-ANT/08 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0037 MEDIEVAL HISTORY A BARBERO Alessandro M-STO/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0038 MEDIEVAL HISTORY B BARBERO Alessandro M-STO/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0049 MEDIEVAL HISTORY OF ART A LOMARTIRE Saverio L-ART/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0050 MEDIEVAL HISTORY OF ART B LOMARTIRE Saverio L-ART/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0625 MODERN ART HISTORY ZAMBRANO Patrizia L-ART/02 All VERCELLI 6 3
LE0032 MODERN ART HISTORY II ZAMBRANO Patrizia L-ART/02 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0030 MODERN HISTORY A ROSSO Claudio M-STO/02 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0207 MORAL PHILOSOPHY A POMA Iolanda M-FIL/03 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0207 MORAL PHILOSOPHY A POMA Iolanda M-FIL/03 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0124 Methodology of hystorical research ROSSO Claudio M-STO/02 All VERCELLI 6 3
L1180 PHILOSOPHY OF COMMUNICATION PAGANO Maurizio M-FIL/05 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0005 POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY A AFFERNI Raffaella M-GGR/02 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0005 POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY A AFFERNI Raffaella M-GGR/02 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0053 ROMANCE PHILOLOGY A MANTOVANI Dario L-FIL-LET/09 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0736 ROMAN HISTORY GARBARINO Paolo Luciano L-ANT/03 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0565 SPANISH LANGUAGE NON SPECIALIST BALDISSERA Andrea, CAMPOS CABRERO Sonia L-LIN/07 All VERCELLI 3 3
L0565 SPANISH LANGUAGE NON SPECIALIST BALDISSERA Andrea, CAMPOS CABRERO Sonia L-LIN/07 All VERCELLI 3 3
L0271 THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY PAGANO Maurizio M-FIL/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
L0271 THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY PAGANO Maurizio M-FIL/01 All VERCELLI 6 3
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CourseCOMPARATIVE LITERATURES A
Course IDL0090
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSINI Stefania Irene
TeachersSINI Stefania Irene
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/14 - CRITICA LETTERARIA E LETTERATURE COMPARATE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractPARTE ISTITUZIONALE: TEORIE E ANALISI DELLA NARRAZIONE PARTE MONOGRAFICA: VOCI DELLA RIVOLUZIONE RUSSA
Reference textsInstitutional part: - PAOLO GIOVANNETTI, Il racconto. Letteratura, cinema, televisone, Roma, Carocci, 2012. Monographic part: - MIKHAIL BULGAKOV, The White Guard - VLADIMIR MAJAKOVSKY, Ode to the Revolution - BORIS PASTERNAK, The Doctor Zhivago Films - NIKITA MIKHALKOV, A Slave of Love (Раба любвы) (1975) - WARREN BEATTY, Reds (1981) Supplementary reading for not attending students: - JOHN REEDS, Ten Days that Shook the World.
Teaching targetsBasic knowledge of literary criticism and literary theory. Ability in analyzing and comparing texts belonging to different historical and cultural contexts, literary traditions, genres. Competence in aknowledging rhetorical strategies, stylistic devices, structural composition of literary works. Knowledge of some literary texts which document the epochal turning point of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and reflect on it through their specific aesthetic, diegetic and compositional choices.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of history of italian, european and extra-european literature
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, text readings, projections of films, discussions. The students who wish, can present, singularly or in group, to the class a text or a film of the programme.
Other informationsIt requires classroom suitable to the number of students .
Grading rulesWritten or oral choice . Questions about the theory and narrative methodology ( institutional part ) ; Reading and narratological analysis of texts ; Their comments and interpretation in the light of the issues addressed during the course in the monographic .
Full argumentsThe institutional part of the course aims at providing the basic theoretical and methodological instruments for the analysis of narrative text, with particular attention to the most recent proposals. The monographic part aims at examining and comparing some examples of narrative and poetic representation of the Russian Revolution of 1917, with its effects on the characters' destinies, and on the bearing joints of the plot.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - LP006 LETTERATURE COMPARATE A - VERCELLI
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CourseELEMENTS OF LINGUISTICS
Course IDLE0004
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCASTAGNETO Marina
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractFONDAMENTI DI LINGUISTICA INTRODUZIONE ALLA LINGUISTICA STORICA
Reference texts(For foreigner students only, instead of the previous bibliography in Italian): Yule, G. The study of language, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. (1) Elisabetta Magni, Linguistica Storica, Patron Editore, Bologna, 2014; (2) Franco Fanciullo, Introduzione alla linguistica storica, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2007 (only chapters 1, 6, 7); (3) Nicola Grandi, Fondamenti di Tipologia Linguistica, Carocci Editore, Roma, 2014 (new edition).
Teaching targetsThe students should be acquainted with the basic notions of the main linguistic fields. phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, typology. They should recognize the main features of the language as a sign system, they should be able to transcribe words and sentences in IPA alphabet, to segment a sentence in morphemes, to build up a syntactic tree, to distinguish the kind of morphologic an syntactic typology of different languages. This course aims at providing an overview of Historical Linguistics, and at developing students’ knowledge of its main theoretical notions and methodologies. The course has also the goal of enabling students to understand the most important mechanisms which govern language change, and to interpret diachronic data from ancient and modern languages.
PrerequisitesNone Students should have basic knowledge of general linguistics: however, attendance at the lectures of “Fondamenti di Linguistica” or “Linguistica Generale A” is not an obligatory prerequisite.
Didattics MethodsTheorical and practical lessons Lectures and “Web didactic” (DIR)
Other informationsThere will be exercises to help students in learning More information will be provided in class.
Grading ruleswritten text, consisting in one or two open questions or excercises on each level of linguistics. Among the other questions, students will be requested to transcribe in IPA phonetic alphabet a sentence or a syntagm in Italian and in another language (English, French or German), to segment in morphemes a sentence in Italian, to build up a tree-diagram of a sentence in Italian following the Generative Grammar framework. The final exam includes an oral examination , structured as follows : 1 ) Questions on the basics and on historical and methodological aspects of the discipline ( eg . , Origins of the historical - comparative method ; genealogical classification , relationships and differences with the type etc. . ) ; 2 ) Questions about phenomena related to at least one specific type of change, which the student must also demonstrate through examples ; 3 ) Injecting a rebuilding exercise of an Indo-European root , demonstrating an understanding of the studied phonetic laws ; 4 ) Questions about at least one aspect of a theoretical nature relating to the discipline .
Full argumentsThis course aims to present what a language is. After having showed how human language works as a sign system, we will deal with the main fields of linguistics: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, llinguistic typology. A particular attention will be devoted to the analysis of the linguistic levels in Italian. Classes will be devoted to an introduction to Historical linguistics, by focusing on comparative method and linguistic reconstruction (exemplified through Indo-European and Romance languages). The main topics are: language families and typological variation; phonetic and phonological change; morphological change (grammaticalization and analogy); semantic change; language change theories.
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Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0008 FONDAMENTI DI LINGUISTICA L-LIN/01 - GLOTTOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA CASTAGNETO Marina
LP023 HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS L-LIN/01 - GLOTTOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA NAPOLI Maria
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CourseFONDAMENTI DI LINGUISTICA
Course IDLE0008
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCASTAGNETO Marina
TeachersCASTAGNETO Marina
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/01 - GLOTTOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractINTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS
Reference texts(For foreigner students only, instead of the previous bibliography in Italian): Yule, G. The study of language, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
Teaching targetsThe students should be acquainted with the basic notions of the main linguistic fields. phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, typology. They should recognize the main features of the language as a sign system, they should be able to transcribe words and sentences in IPA alphabet, to segment a sentence in morphemes, to build up a syntactic tree, to distinguish the kind of morphologic an syntactic typology of different languages.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsTheorical and practical lessons
Other informationsThere will be provided some practising lesson to help the students in learning
Grading ruleswritten text, consisting in one or two open questions or excercises on each level of linguistics. Among the other questions, students will be requested to transcribe in IPA phonetic alphabet a sentence or a syntagm in Italian and in another language (English, French or German), to segment in morphemes a sentence in Italian, to build up a tree-diagram of a sentence in Italian following the Generative Grammar framework.
Full argumentsThis course aims to present what a language is. After having showed how human language works as a sign system, we will deal with the main fields of linguistics: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, llinguistic typology. A particular attention will be devoted to the analysis of the linguistic levels in Italian.
Course borrowed toLETTERE (1722) - L0183 FONDAMENTI DI LINGUISTICA - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0183 FONDAMENTI DI LINGUISTICA - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0183 FONDAMENTI DI LINGUISTICA - VERCELLI
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CourseHISTORICAL LINGUISTICS
Course IDLP023
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderNAPOLI Maria
TeachersNAPOLI Maria
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/01 - GLOTTOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractIntroduction to Historical Linguistics
Reference texts1) Elisabetta Magni, Linguistica Storica, Patron Editore, Bologna, 2014; (2) Franco Fanciullo, Introduzione alla linguistica storica, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2007 (only chapters 1, 6, 7); (3) Nicola Grandi, Fondamenti di Tipologia Linguistica, Carocci Editore, Roma, 2014 (new edition); (4) slides on DIR.
Teaching targetsThis course aims at providing an overview of Historical Linguistics, and at developing students’ knowledge of its main theoretical notions and methodologies. The course has also the goal of enabling students to understand the most important mechanisms which govern language change, and to interpret diachronic data from ancient and modern languages.
PrerequisitesStudents should have basic knowledge of general linguistics: however, attendance at the lectures of “Fondamenti di Linguistica” or “Linguistica Generale A” is not an obligatory prerequisite.
Didattics MethodsLectures and “Web didactic” (DIR)
Other informationsMore information will be provided in class.
Grading rulesThe final exam is oral and is structured as follows: 1) Questions on the basic notions and on historical and methodological aspects of the discipline (e.g., origin of the historical-comparative method, genealogical classification, relationship and differences with the typological approach, etc.); 2) Questions on phenomena related to at least one specific type of change, that the student should be able to illustrate also through relevant examples; 3) An exercise based on the reconstruction of an Indo-European root, demonstrating understanding of the phonetic laws studied; 4) Questions on at least one theoretical aspect related to the discipline.
Full argumentsClasses will be devoted to an introduction to Historical linguistics, by focusing on comparative method and linguistic reconstruction (exemplified through Indo-European and Romance languages). The main topics are: language families and typological variation; phonetic and phonological change; morphological change (grammaticalization and analogy); semantic change; syntactic change ; language change theories.
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CourseHISTORY OF ANCIENT GREEK AND ROMAN WORLD
Course IDL0918
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractSTORIA DEI GRECI STORIA DI ROMA ANTICA
Reference textsIt is essential the study of an handbook selected among the following: -Bettalli D'Agata Magnetto, Storia greca, Carocci, Roma -A. Momigliano, Manuale di storia greca, UTET Università, Torino -L. Breglia, F. Guizzi, F. Raviola, Storia greca, Edises, Napoli -C. Bearzot, Manuale di storia greca, Il Mulino, Bologna -D. Musti, Introduzione alla storia greca, Laterza, Bari- Roma. The students who can not attend the lessons must know also the following handbook: G. Poma, Le istituzioni politiche della Grecia in età classica, il Mulino, Bologna A. Momigliano, Manuale di Storia romana (a cura di A. Mastrocinque), UTET Università, Torino 2011. The students who can not attend the lessons must study also the following handbook: G. Alfoeldy, Storia sociale dell'antica Roma, Il Mulino Bologna 2013.
Teaching targetsThe objectives of the module are to know the main events of the history of ancient Greece, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them Objectives of the module: to know the main events of the history of ancient Rome, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them.
PrerequisitesNone None
Didattics MethodsTeaching activities consist of lessons, individual study of the selected handbook and attendance to lessons of external guest professors. Lectures, seminars, online tutorials.
Other informationsClass attendance is strongly recommended Class attendance is strongly recommended
Grading rulesThe exam is usually held in oral form; applications should be to ensure the full knowledge of the discipline, the student's ability to discuss and argue in a critical way on various aspects of it. At the student's request, the examination will also be carried out in written form, through the administration of open-ended questions, that will go to ensure complete understanding of the discipline and the student's ability to describe, critically content. Oral examination. Attending students: will be proposed, in principle, three questions: the first age monarchical and republican until the Punic Wars including, depending on the period from the end of the Punic Wars until the third century crisis, the third on ' Late Antiquity, from Diocletian to Justinian. It will be given particular relevance to topics in-depth lessons, whose documentation (in particular those related to sources commented) will be made available on the DIR. Non-attending students: one of three questions will focus on the contents of the book by G. Alfoeldy; the temporal distribution of the three questions will be similar to that of the students.
Full argumentsThe main events of ancient Greek history will be examined from the beginnings to III century b.C The main events of history of ancient Rome will be examined from the beginnings to the VI century a.d., in particular: the foundation myths, the transition from monarchy to republic, the expansion of Rome in the Mediterranean area, the civil wars, the beginning of principate, the imperial dinasties and the reforms by Diocletianus, Constantinus and Justinian.
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
L1256 ROMAN HISTORY L-ANT/03 - STORIA ROMANA GARBARINO Paolo Luciano
L0971 GREEK HISTORY L-ANT/02 - STORIA GRECA VANOTTI Gabriella
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CourseROMAN HISTORY
Course IDL1256
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
TeachersGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/03 - STORIA ROMANA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA DI ROMA ANTICA
Reference textsA. Momigliano, Manuale di Storia romana (a cura di A. Mastrocinque), UTET Università, Torino 2011. The students who can not attend the lessons must study also the following handbook: G. Alfoeldy, Storia sociale dell'antica Roma, Il Mulino Bologna 2013.
Teaching targetsObjectives of the module: to know the main events of the history of ancient Rome, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures, seminars, online tutorials.
Other informationsLectures , seminars , online tutorials .
Grading rulesOral examination. Attending students : will be proposed , in principle , three questions : the first age monarchical and republican until the Punic Wars including , depending on the period from the end of the Punic Wars until the third century crisis , the third on ' Late Antiquity , from Diocletian to Justinian . It will be given particular relevance to topics in-depth lessons , whose documentation ( in particular those related to sources commented ) will be made ​​available on the DIR . Non-attending students : one of three questions will focus on the contents of the book by G. Alfoeldy ; the temporal distribution of the three questions will be similar to that of the students .
Full argumentsThe main events of history of ancient Rome will be examined from the beginnings to the VI century a.d., in particular: the foundation myths, the transition from monarchy to republic, the expansion of Rome in the Mediterranean area, the civil wars, the beginning of principate, the imperial dinasties and the reforms by Diocletianus, Constantinus and Justinian.
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CourseGREEK HISTORY
Course IDL0971
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVANOTTI Gabriella
TeachersVANOTTI Gabriella
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/02 - STORIA GRECA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA DEI GRECI
Reference textsIt is essential the study of an handbook selected among the following: -Bettalli D'Agata Magnetto, Storia greca, Carocci, Roma -A. Momigliano, Manuale di storia greca, UTET Università, Torino -L. Breglia, F. Guizzi, F. Raviola, Storia greca, Edises, Napoli -C. Bearzot, Manuale di storia greca, Il Mulino, Bologna -D. Musti, Introduzione alla storia greca, Laterza, Bari- Roma. The students who can not attend the lessons must know also the following handbook: G. Poma, Le istituzioni politiche della Grecia in età classica, il Mulino, Bologna
Teaching targetsThe objectives of the module are to know the main events of the history of ancient Greece, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsTeaching activities consist of lessons, individual study of the selected handbook and attendance to lessons of external guest professors
Other informationsClass attendance is strongly recommended
Grading rulesThe exam is usually held in oral form ; applications should be to ensure the full knowledge of the discipline , the student's ability to discuss and argue in a critical way on various aspects of it . At the student's request , the examination will also be carried out in written form , through the administration of open-ended questions , that will go to ensure complete understanding of the discipline and the student's ability to describe, critically content .
Full argumentsThe main events of ancient Greek history will be examined from the beginnings to III century b.C
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CourseHISTORY OF ANCIENT GREEK AND ROMAN WORLD
Course IDL0918
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractSTORIA DEI GRECI STORIA DI ROMA ANTICA
Reference textsIt is essential the study of an handbook selected among the following: -Bettalli D'Agata Magnetto, Storia greca, Carocci, Roma -A. Momigliano, Manuale di storia greca, UTET Università, Torino -L. Breglia, F. Guizzi, F. Raviola, Storia greca, Edises, Napoli -C. Bearzot, Manuale di storia greca, Il Mulino, Bologna -D. Musti, Introduzione alla storia greca, Laterza, Bari- Roma. The students who can not attend the lessons must know also the following handbook: G. Poma, Le istituzioni politiche della Grecia in età classica, il Mulino, Bologna A. Momigliano, Manuale di Storia romana (a cura di A. Mastrocinque), UTET Università, Torino 2011. The students who can not attend the lessons must study also the following handbook: G. Alfoeldy, Storia sociale dell'antica Roma, Il Mulino Bologna 2013.
Teaching targetsThe objectives of the module are to know the main events of the history of ancient Greece, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them Objectives of the module: to know the main events of the history of ancient Rome, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them.
PrerequisitesNone None
Didattics MethodsTeaching activities consist of lessons, individual study of the selected handbook and attendance to lessons of external guest professors. Lectures, seminars, online tutorials.
Other informationsClass attendance is strongly recommended Class attendance is strongly recommended
Grading rulesThe exam is usually held in oral form; applications should be to ensure the full knowledge of the discipline, the student's ability to discuss and argue in a critical way on various aspects of it. At the student's request, the examination will also be carried out in written form, through the administration of open-ended questions, that will go to ensure complete understanding of the discipline and the student's ability to describe, critically content. Oral examination. Attending students: will be proposed, in principle, three questions: the first age monarchical and republican until the Punic Wars including, depending on the period from the end of the Punic Wars until the third century crisis, the third on ' Late Antiquity, from Diocletian to Justinian. It will be given particular relevance to topics in-depth lessons, whose documentation (in particular those related to sources commented) will be made available on the DIR. Non-attending students: one of three questions will focus on the contents of the book by G. Alfoeldy; the temporal distribution of the three questions will be similar to that of the students.
Full argumentsThe main events of ancient Greek history will be examined from the beginnings to III century b.C The main events of history of ancient Rome will be examined from the beginnings to the VI century a.d., in particular: the foundation myths, the transition from monarchy to republic, the expansion of Rome in the Mediterranean area, the civil wars, the beginning of principate, the imperial dinasties and the reforms by Diocletianus, Constantinus and Justinian.
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
L1256 ROMAN HISTORY L-ANT/03 - STORIA ROMANA GARBARINO Paolo Luciano
L0971 GREEK HISTORY L-ANT/02 - STORIA GRECA VANOTTI Gabriella
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CourseROMAN HISTORY
Course IDL1256
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
TeachersGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/03 - STORIA ROMANA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractHistory of ancient Rome.
Reference textsA. Momigliano, Manuale di Storia romana (a cura di A. Mastrocinque), UTET Università, Torino 2011. The non-attending students: in addition to the text of Momigliano above, G. Alfoeldy, Storia sociale dell'antica Roma, Il Mulino Bologna 2013.
Teaching targetsEducational aims: the course is intended to provide students with the knowledge of the main events of the history of ancient Rome, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures, seminars, online tutorials.
Other informationsAttendance in class is recommended.
Grading rulesOral examination. Attending students: it will be proposed three questions: the first will focus on monarchical and republican age until the Punic Wars including, the second will focus on the period from the end of the Punic Wars until the third century crisis, the third will focus on Late Antiquity. It will be given particular importance to topics, whose documentation will be made ​​available on the DIR . Non-attending students : one of three questions will focus on Alfoeldy's book.
Full argumentsThe main events of history of ancient Rome will be examined from the beginnings to the VI century a.d.; in particular: the foundation of Rome, the transition from monarchy to republic, the expansion of Rome in the Mediterranean area, the civil wars, the beginning of principate, the imperial dinasties and the reforms of Diocletianus, Constantinus and Justinian.
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CourseGREEK HISTORY
Course IDL0971
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVANOTTI Gabriella
TeachersVANOTTI Gabriella
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/02 - STORIA GRECA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe Greek World
Reference textsIt is essential the study of an handbook selected among the following: -Bettalli D'Agata Magnetto, Storia greca, Carocci, Roma -A. Momigliano, Manuale di storia greca, UTET Università, Torino L. Breglia, F. Guizzi, F. Raviola, Storia greca, Edises, Napoli -C. Bearzot, Manuale di storia greca, Il Mulino, Bologna -D. Musti, Introduzione alla storia greca, Laterza, Bari- Roma. The students who can not attend the lessons must know also the following handbook: G. Poma, Le istituzioni politiche della Grecia in età classica, il Mulino, Bologna
Teaching targetsThe objectives of the module are to know the main events of the history of ancient Greece, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsTeaching activities consist of lectures, individual study of the selected handbook and attendance to lessons of external guest professors
Other informationsClass attendance is strongly recommended
Full argumentsThe main events of ancient Greek history will be examined from the beginnings to III century b.C
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CourseHISTORY OF ANCIENT GREEK AND ROMAN WORLD 1
Course IDLE0237
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVANOTTI Gabriella
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractSTORIA DEI GRECI STORIA DI ROMA ANTICA
Reference textsIt is essential the study of an handbook selected among the following: -Bettalli D'Agata Magnetto, Storia greca, Carocci, Roma -C. Bearzot, Manuale di storia greca, Il Mulino, Bologna -L. Breglia, F. Guizzi, F. Raviola, Storia greca, Edises, Napoli -A. Momigliano, Manuale di storia greca, UTET Università, Torino -D. Musti, Introduzione alla storia greca, Laterza, Bari- Roma. The students who can not attend the lessons must know also the following handbook: G. Poma, Le istituzioni politiche della Grecia in età classica, il Mulino, Bologna It is essential the study of an handbook selected among the following: -A. Momigliano, Manuale di Storia romana (a cura di A. Mastrocinque), UTET Università, Torino -S. Roda, S. Giorcelli, A. Pellizzari, Storia romana, Roma, dallo stato-città all'impero senza fine, Edises, Napoli -G. Cresci Marrone, L. Calvelli, F. Rohr, Roma antica, Il Mulino Bologna -G. Geraci A. Marcone, Storia romana, Le Monnier Firenze The students who can not attend the lessons must study also the following handbook: Le istituzioni politiche del mondo romano, Il Mulino Bologna
Teaching targetsThe objectives of the module are to know the main events of the history of ancient Greece, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them Ojectives of the module: to know the main events of the history of ancient Rome, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them.
PrerequisitesNone None
Didattics MethodsTeaching activities consist of lessons, individual study of the selected handbook and attendance to lessons of external guest professors Teaching activities: lectures, individual studies and attendance to lessons of external professors
Other informationsClass attendance is strongly recommended Class attendance is strongly recommended
Grading rulesThe exam is usually held in oral form ; applications should be to ensure the full knowledge of the discipline , the student's ability to discuss and argue in a critical way on various aspects of it . At the student's request , the examination will also be carried out in written form , through the administration of open-ended questions , that will go to ensure complete understanding of the discipline and the student's ability to describe, critically content . The exam is usually held in oral form ; applications should be to ensure the full knowledge of the discipline , the student's ability to discuss and argue in a critical way on various aspects of it . At the student's request , the examination will also be carried out in written form , through the administration of open-ended questions , that will go to ensure complete understanding of the discipline and the student's ability to describe the content in a critical way
Full argumentsThe main events of ancient Greek history will be examined from the beginnings to III century b.C The main events of history of ancient Rome will be examined from the beginnings to the IV century a.d., in particular: the foundation myths, the transition from monarchy to republic, the expansion of Rome in the Mediterranean area, the civil wars, the beginning of principate, the imperial dinasties and the reforms by Diocletianus, Constantinus and Theodosius.
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0238 STORIA GRECA 1 L-ANT/02 - STORIA GRECA VANOTTI Gabriella
LE0239 STORIA ROMANA 1 L-ANT/03 - STORIA ROMANA VANOTTI Gabriella
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CourseSTORIA GRECA 1
Course IDLE0238
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVANOTTI Gabriella
TeachersVANOTTI Gabriella
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/02 - STORIA GRECA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe GREEK WORLD
Reference textsIt is essential the study of an handbook selected among the following: -M. Bettalli A. D'Agata L. Magnetto, Storia greca, Carocci, Roma -C. Bearzot, Manuale di storia greca, Il Mulino, Bologna -L. Breglia, F. Guizzi, F. Raviola, Storia greca, Edises, Napoli -A. Momigliano, Manuale di storia greca, UTET Università, Torino -D. Musti, Introduzione alla storia greca, Laterza, Bari- Roma. The students who can not attend the lessons must know also the following handbook: G. Poma, Le istituzioni politiche della Grecia in età classica, il Mulino, Bologna
Teaching targetsThe objectives of the module are to know the main events of the history of ancient Greece, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsTeaching activities: lectures, individual study of the selected handbook and attendance to lessons of external guest professors
Other informationsClass attendance is strongly recommended
Full argumentsThe main events of ancient Greek history will be examined from the beginnings to III century b.C
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CourseSTORIA ROMANA 1
Course IDLE0239
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVANOTTI Gabriella
TeachersVANOTTI Gabriella
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/03 - STORIA ROMANA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractHISTORY OF ROME
Reference textsIt is essential the study of an handbook selected among the following: -A. Momigliano, Manuale di Storia romana (a cura di A. Mastrocinque), UTET Università, Torino -S. Roda, S. Giorcelli, A. Pellizzari, Storia romana, Roma, dallo stato-città all'impero senza fine, Edises, Napoli -G. Cresci Marrone, L. Calvelli, F. Rohr, Roma antica, Il Mulino Bologna -G. Geraci A. Marcone, Storia romana, Le Monnier Firenze The students who can not attend the lessons must study also the following handbook: Le istituzioni politiche del mondo romano, Il Mulino Bologna
Teaching targetsOjectives of the module: to know the main events of the history of ancient Rome, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsTeaching activities: lectures, individual studies and attendance to lessons of external professors
Other informationsClass attendance is strongly recommended
Full argumentsThe main events of history of ancient Rome will be examined from the beginnings to the IV century a.d., in particular: the foundation myths, the transition from monarchy to republic, the expansion of Rome in the Mediterranean area, the civil wars, the beginning of principate, the imperial dinasties and the reforms by Diocletianus, Constantinus and Theodosius.
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CourseHISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE C
Course IDLE0002
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARAZZINI Claudio
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractNOZIONI DI BASE DI STORIA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA DALLE ORIGINI AL RINASCIMENTO NOZIONI DI BASE DI STORIA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA DAL RINASCIMENTO A OGGI.
Reference texts- C. Marazzini, La lingua italiana. Storia, testi, strumenti. Seconda edizione, Bologna, il Mulino, 2010. - Dante, De vulgari eloquentia, ed. Oscar Mondadori (1990 o 2000), oppure ed. Garzanti a cura di V. Coletti (1991 et seq., Last reprint 2008). Or, for the most willing: Nuova edizione commentata delle opere di Dante. Vol. 3: De vulgari eloquentia, Roma, Salerno ed., 2012. - C. Marazzini, La lingua italiana. Storia, testi, strumenti. Seconda edizione, Bologna, il Mulino, 2010. - T. De Mauro, Storia linguistica dell'Italia repubblicana dal 1946 ai nostri giorni, Bari, Laterza, 2014. -L. Renzi, Come cambia la lingua. L'italiano in movimento, Bologna, il Mulino, 2012.
Teaching targetsAbility to approach a text in ancient Italian. Explain the course of Italian history until the Renaissance. Use the instruments of the discipline (dictionaries, grammars, etc.). Ability to approach a text in Italian. Explain the course of Italian history. Use the instruments of the discipline (dictionaries, grammars, etc.)
PrerequisitesNotions of literary history and Italian culture, as they are taught in high schools. Notions of literary history and Italian culture as they are taught in high schools.
Didattics MethodsOral lessons. study of the manual. Teaching materials in the classroom projections (PPT). Oral lessons. study of the manual. teaching materials in the classroom projections (PPT).
Grading rulesOral examination on the course and to the manuals listed in the bibliography . The exam has an average duration of 20 minutes and provides up to three questions , except in exceptional cases . The finding that there are very serious gaps can stop the exam also the first question. It will be shown a list of 100 possible questions for A + B form .. Oral examination on the course and to the manuals listed in the bibliography . The exam has an average duration of 20 minutes and provides up to three questions , except in exceptional cases . The finding that there are very serious gaps can stop the exam also the first question. It will be shown a list of 100 possible questions for the module A + B.
Full argumentsHistory of the Italian language from the transformation of the late-Latin onwards. First Italian documents. Birth of Italian literature. The Three Crowns. Vulgar humanist culture. The Renaissance. The standard grammar. Bembo. From the Renaissance to bembiano vocabulary of Bran. The seventeenth century. Language of the eighteenth century. The nineteenth century. History of the language of Italy (1861-1900). Contemporary language.
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LP047 HISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE A L-FIL-LET/12 - LINGUISTICA ITALIANA MARAZZINI Claudio
LP037 HISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE B L-FIL-LET/12 - LINGUISTICA ITALIANA MARAZZINI Claudio
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CourseHISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE A
Course IDLP047
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARAZZINI Claudio
TeachersMARAZZINI Claudio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/12 - LINGUISTICA ITALIANA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractNOZIONI DI BASE DI STORIA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA DALLE ORIGINI AL RINASCIMENTO.
Reference texts- C. Marazzini, La lingua italiana. Storia, testi, strumenti. Seconda edizione, Bologna, il Mulino, 2010. - Dante, De vulgari eloquentia, ed. Oscar Mondadori (1990 o 2000), oppure ed. Garzanti a cura di V. Coletti (1991 et seq., Last reprint 2008). Or, for the most willing: Nuova edizione commentata delle opere di Dante. Vol. 3: De vulgari eloquentia, Roma, Salerno ed., 2012.
Teaching targetsAbility to approach a text in ancient Italian. Explain the course of Italian history until the Renaissance. Use the instruments of the discipline (dictionaries, grammars, etc.). Basic knowledge of the History of Italian language until the Renaissance.
PrerequisitesNotions of literary history and Italian culture, as they are taught in high schools.
Didattics MethodsOral lessons. study of the manual. Teaching materials in the classroom projections (PPT).
Grading rulesOral examination on the course and to the manuals listed in the bibliography . The exam has an average duration of 20 minutes and provides up to three questions , except in exceptional cases . The finding that there are very serious gaps can stop the exam also the first question. It will be shown a list of 100 possible questions for the module A + B.
Full argumentsHistory of the Italian language from the transformation of the late-Latin onwards. First Italian documents. Birth of Italian literature. The Three Crowns. Vulgar humanist culture. The Renaissance. The standard grammar. Bembo.
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LETTERE (1722) - LP047 STORIA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA A - VERCELLI
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LETTERE (1722) - L0088 GRAMMATICA ITALIANA A - VERCELLI
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LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0088 GRAMMATICA ITALIANA A - VERCELLI
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CourseHISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE B
Course IDLP037
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARAZZINI Claudio
TeachersMARAZZINI Claudio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/12 - LINGUISTICA ITALIANA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractNOZIONI DI BASE DI STORIA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA DAL RINASCIMENTO A OGGI.
Reference texts- C. Marazzini, La lingua italiana. Storia, testi, strumenti. Seconda edizione, Bologna, il Mulino, 2010. - T. De Mauro, Storia linguistica dell'Italia repubblicana dal 1946 ai nostri giorni, Bari, Laterza, 2014. -L. Renzi, Come cambia la lingua. L'italiano in movimento, Bologna, il Mulino, 2012.
Teaching targetsAbility to approach a text in Italian. Explain the course of Italian history. Use the instruments of the discipline (dictionaries, grammars, etc.).
PrerequisitesNotions of literary history and Italian culture as they are taught in high schools.
Didattics MethodsOral lessons. study of the manual. teaching materials in the classroom projections (PPT).
Grading rulesOral examination on the course and to the manuals listed in the bibliography . The exam has an average duration of 20 minutes and provides up to three questions , except in exceptional cases . The finding that there are very serious gaps can stop the exam also the first question. It will be shown a list of 100 possible questions for A + B form ..
Full argumentsFrom the Renaissance to bembiano vocabulary of Bran. The seventeenth century. Language of the eighteenth century. The nineteenth century. History of the language of Italy (1861-1900). Contemporary language
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LETTERE (1722) - L0546 STORIA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA B - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0546 STORIA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA B - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0546 STORIA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA B - VERCELLI
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CourseINTRODUCTION TO CLASSICAL LITERARY CULTURES 1
Course IDLE0234
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBATTEZZATO Luigi
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractLETTERATURA E POLITICA A ROMA: UN'INTRODUZIONE MITO E POESIA NELLA GRECIA ANTICA
Reference textsG. GARBARINO, Storia e testi della letteratura latina, volume unico, Torino, Paravia M. LENTANO, Introduzione (faziosa) alla letteratura latina, Roma, Aracne Angelo DIOTTI - Emanuela DIOTTI, Plane discere 1 - Edizione compatta, Lezioni 1 + Grammatica pp. 408 + 276, ISBN: 9788842417316 (gli studenti sono invitati a procurarsi il testo per la prima lezione) (1) Omero, Odissea, a cura di F. Ferrari, UTET Libreria; in alternative Omero, Odissea, a cura di V. Di Benedetto, BUR (2) Il teatro greco. Tragedie. Radici BUR. ISBN 88-17-00971-7 euros 14 or, in alternative, I tragici greci. Eschilo, Sofocle, Euripide (a cura di F.M. Pontani e altri), ISBN 978-8854117112 Newton Compton 2010, euro 14.. (3) Aristotele, Poetica, a cura di D. Lanza, BUR. (4) A. Capra, F. Conca, G. Lozza, A. Pizzone, G. Zanetto, Alla fonte delle Muse. Introduzione alla civiltà greca, Bollati Boringhieri 2007, ISBN 978-88-339-1737-5 (this text is now available only as an e-book: http://www.mondadoristore.it/Alla-fonte-delle-muse-Aglae-Pizzone-Andrea-Capra-Fabrizio-Conca-Giuseppe-Lozza-Giuseppe-Zanetto/eai978883397195/) or in alternative Franco Montanari, Prima lezione di letteratura greca, Laterza, ISBN-13: 978-8842068914, euro 12. or, in alternative, Andrea Rodighiero, La tragedia greca, Il Mulino, Bologna 2013, ISBN-13: 978-8815244659, euro 15, pp. 1-150, or, in alternative, Barbara Graziosi, Gli dèi dell’Olimpo: Storia di una sopravvivenza, UTET, ISBN 9788851123611, euro 20. Further reference text: Aristofane, La festa delle donne, a cura di G. Paduano, BUR (a free Italian translation, without notes, can be found on line: http://www.filosofico.net/aristoffestadem42.htm)
Teaching targetsThe course aims to provide a basic knowledge both of latin language and literature: as far as the language is concerned, students will learn the declentions of nouns and the conjugation of verbs, and will be introduced to basic morphologic grammar and syntax. As for literature, students will be introduced to the main writers of Latin Literature. They will learn to analyze texts both from a linguistical point of view (grammar and syntax) and from a literary one (historical/critical). They will also be asked to read some of the main works of latin litarature in a translation into a modern language. The course is designed to provide the students with a basic knowledge of the genres of archaic and classical Greek poetry (epic, lyric, tragedy, comedy) and of the main myths mentioned in the works read in class and at home. The course will make them aware of the modalities of performance of literary texts in ancient Greece; it will introduce them to the interpretation of poetry offered by Aristotle. The course will enable the students to analyse the content of an archaic or classical Greek text, with special attention to myths, historical context, modality of performance. It will help them to formulate an argument in order to solve problems of interpretation in this field. The students should acquire the ability to explain in a clear and orderly way the concepts and the pieces of information they will acquire, avoiding a purely mnemonic repetition of teaching material. They should be able to present their argument to other students and to listeners who are not specialists in the field. The students should acquire the ability of mastering the concepts discussed in the course. They should also acquire the ability of finding data that will help them to interpret similar Greek literary texts, on the basis of modern translations.
PrerequisitesNo previous knowledge of latin language is requested. It is necessary to have a good knowledge of basic notions of grammar, to be able to parse sentences and master one's mother tongue. basic knowledge of IT (internet; download of files from the DIR website) and a good knowledge of Italian. basic information about ancient history and the geography of the Mediterranean area, as taught in Italian high schools.
Didattics MethodsLectures Laboratories Web learning Lectures; classroom discussion.
Other informationsDidactic material, prepared by the teachers, is available through the intranet service of the University (DIR).
Grading rulesThe module Introduction to Latin literary civilization is composed of a linguistic part (see EXERCISES FOR LATIN form INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE AND CIVILIZATION LITERARY LATINA) and literature; you can take the oral, which deals with the literature, only after passing the test WRITTEN Latin language. The WRITTEN TEST, lasting a total of 3 hours, consists of: -a grammar test (WITHOUT DICTIONARY), lasting 1h - a translation from Latin to Italian (WITH DICTIONARY), lasting 2h. To pass the written test you must have obtained a pass in both parts. You can not take the oral literature before to pass the written. Students who have supported during the hours of EXERCISE all three tests during the course provided, reporting an average of not less than 18/30 will be admitted to the oral DIRECTLY. Who had supported all three tests, but is insufficient, will NOT support further written test, but will bring a grammar supplement (agreed with the teacher) directly to the oral. The exam on the Greek section of the module consists of an oral test which will focus on the following issues: examination of the knowledge of essential data on the treatment of the myth, with reference to works belonging to different literary genres (sample question: "how is traditional myth treated in one of the literary words on the syllabus?"); examination of the knowledge of essential data on literary history (sample question: "what was the historical, geographical and performance context of one of the literary works on the syllabus? How was it presented to ancient audiences?"); examination of the knowledge of ancient literary theories discussed in class (sample question: "how does Aristotle define tragedy / epic / art / historiography / the unity of the work of art / catharsis / pity and fear / tragic flaw?"); verification of the ability to make judgments on the literary works on the syllabus, on the basis of literary theories discussed in class and of the essays on the syllabus (sample question: "Do you think that the Aristotelian theory satisfactorily explains the problems of interpretation of one of the literary works on the syllabus? ").
Full argumentscontent: Essential knowledge of problems of the latin literatura, with a focus on its leading themes and genres. Analysis of some morphologic structures of the Latin language based upon the reading of simple literary texts, in comparison with similar Italian structures; the study of the language will be developed through practical exercises and gradually, with particular attention to the use of language in relationship with latin civilization. The didactic approach will be based upon textual analysis. content: The course introduces the students to Greek literary civilization by helping them read in Italian translation and interpret some of the most important texts in the subject: Homer, Odyssey, (books 8-12), an anthology of lyric poetry (esp. Sappho and Pindar), Aeschylus (Agamemnon, Prometheus), Sophocles (Oedipus Rex, Antigone), Euripides (Medea, Hippolytus, Heracles, Bacchae), Aristophanes (Thesmophoriazusae), Aristotle (Poetics)
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0235 INTRODUCTION TO LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERARY CULTURE 1 L-FIL-LET/04 - LINGUA E LETTERATURA LATINA BORGNA Alice
LE0236 INTRODUCTION TO GREEK LITERARY CULTURE 1 L-FIL-LET/02 - LINGUA E LETTERATURA GRECA BATTEZZATO Luigi
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CourseINTRODUCTION TO LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERARY CULTURE 1
Course IDLE0235
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBORGNA Alice
TeachersBORGNA Alice
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)15
Individual study time 85
SSDL-FIL-LET/04 - LINGUA E LETTERATURA LATINA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLETTERATURA E POLITICA A ROMA: UN'INTRODUZIONE
Reference textsG. GARBARINO, Storia e testi della letteratura latina, volume unico, Torino, Paravia M. LENTANO, Introduzione (faziosa) alla letteratura latina, Roma, Aracne Angelo DIOTTI - Emanuela DIOTTI, Plane discere 1 - Edizione compatta, Lezioni 1 + Grammatica pp. 408 + 276, ISBN: 9788842417316 (gli studenti sono invitati a procurarsi il testo per la prima lezione)
Teaching targetsThe course aims to provide a basic knowledge both of latin language and literature: as far as the language is concerned, students will learn the declentions of nouns and the conjugation of verbs, and will be introduced to basic morphologic grammar and syntax. As for literature, students will be introduced to the main writers of Latin Literature. They will learn to analyze texts both from a linguistical point of view (grammar and syntax) and from a literary one (historical/critical). They will also be asked to read some of the main works of latin litarature in a translation into a modern language.
PrerequisitesNo previous knowledge of latin language is requested. It is necessary to have a good knowledge of basic notions of grammar, to be able to parse sentences and master one's mother tongue.
Didattics MethodsLectures Laboratories Web learning
Grading rulesThe module Introduction to Latin literary civilization is composed of a linguistic part (see EXERCISES FOR LATIN form INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE AND CIVILIZATION LITERARY LATINA) and literature; you can take the oral, which deals with the literature, only after passing the test WRITTEN Latin language. The WRITTEN TEST, lasting a total of 3 hours, consists of: -a grammar test (WITHOUT DICTIONARY), lasting 1h - a translation from Latin to Italian (WITH DICTIONARY), lasting 2h. To pass the written test you must have obtained a pass in both parts. You can not take the oral literature before to pass the written. Students who have supported during the hours of EXERCISE all three tests during the course provided, reporting an average of not less than 18/30 will be admitted to the oral DIRECTLY. Who had supported all three tests, but is insufficient, will NOT support further written test, but will bring a grammar supplement (agreed with the teacher) directly to the oral.
Full argumentscontent: Essential knowledge of problems of the latin literatura, with a focus on its leading themes and genres. Analysis of some morphologic structures of the Latin language based upon the reading of simple literary texts, in comparison with similar Italian structures; the study of the language will be developed through practical exercises and gradually, with particular attention to the use of language in relationship with latin civilization. The didactic approach will be based upon textual analysis.
Course borrowed toLETTERE (1722) - LE0235 INTRODUZIONE ALLA LINGUA E CIVILTÀ LETTERARIA LATINA 1 - ALESSANDRIA
LETTERE (1722) - LE0294 INTRODUZIONE ALLA LINGUA E CIVILTÀ LETTERARIA LATINA 1 - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseINTRODUCTION TO GREEK LITERARY CULTURE 1
Course IDLE0236
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBATTEZZATO Luigi
TeachersBATTEZZATO Luigi
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/02 - LINGUA E LETTERATURA GRECA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItaliano
AbstractMITO E POESIA NELLA GRECIA ANTICA
Reference texts(1) Omero, Odissea, a cura di F. Ferrari, UTET Libreria; in alternative Omero, Odissea, a cura di V. Di Benedetto, BUR (2) Il teatro greco. Tragedie. Radici BUR. ISBN 88-17-00971-7 euros 14 or, in alternative, I tragici greci. Eschilo, Sofocle, Euripide (a cura di F.M. Pontani e altri), ISBN 978-8854117112 Newton Compton 2010, euro 14.. (3) Aristotele, Poetica, a cura di D. Lanza, BUR. (4) A. Capra, F. Conca, G. Lozza, A. Pizzone, G. Zanetto, Alla fonte delle Muse. Introduzione alla civiltà greca, Bollati Boringhieri 2007, ISBN 978-88-339-1737-5 (this text is now available only as an e-book: http://www.mondadoristore.it/Alla-fonte-delle-muse-Aglae-Pizzone-Andrea-Capra-Fabrizio-Conca-Giuseppe-Lozza-Giuseppe-Zanetto/eai978883397195/) or in alternative Franco Montanari, Prima lezione di letteratura greca, Laterza, ISBN-13: 978-8842068914, euro 12. or, in alternative, Andrea Rodighiero, La tragedia greca, Il Mulino, Bologna 2013, ISBN-13: 978-8815244659, euro 15, pp. 1-150, or, in alternative, Barbara Graziosi, Gli dèi dell’Olimpo: Storia di una sopravvivenza, UTET, ISBN 9788851123611, euro 20. Further reference text: Aristofane, La festa delle donne, a cura di G. Paduano, BUR (a free Italian translation, without notes, can be found on line: http://www.filosofico.net/aristoffestadem42.htm)
Teaching targetsThe course is designed to provide the students with a basic knowledge of the genres of archaic and classical Greek poetry (epic, lyric, tragedy, comedy) and of the main myths mentioned in the works read in class and at home. The course will make them aware of the modalities of performance of literary texts in ancient Greece; it will introduce them to the interpretation of poetry offered by Aristotle. The course will enable the students to analyse the content of an archaic or classical Greek text, with special attention to myths, historical context, modality of performance. It will help them to formulate an argument in order to solve problems of interpretation in this field. The students should acquire the ability to explain in a clear and orderly way the concepts and the pieces of information they will acquire, avoiding a purely mnemonic repetition of teaching material. They should be able to present their argument to other students and to listeners who are not specialists in the field. The students should acquire the ability of mastering the concepts discussed in the course. They should also acquire the ability of finding data that will help them to interpret similar Greek literary texts, on the basis of modern translations.
Prerequisitesbasic knowledge of IT (internet; download of files from the DIR website) and a good knowledge of Italian. basic information about ancient history and the geography of the Mediterranean area, as taught in Italian high schools.
Didattics MethodsLectures; classroom discussion.
Grading rulesThe final exam consists of an oral test which will focus on the following issues: examination of knowledge of essential data on the treatment of the myth in the works belonging to different literary genres (question like, "as presented in the myth of literary works on the program? "); examination of knowledge of essential data on the literary history (questions such as, "in which historical, geographical and performance was presented to the public one of the oldest literary works in the program?"); of ancient literary theories verification of understanding discussed in class (questions like, "as Aristotle defines tragedy / epic / art / historiography / the unity of the work of art / catharsis / pity and fear / the tragic fault? "); verification of the ability to make judgments on planned works, on the basis of literary theories discussed in class and on the essays in the syllabus (question like, "I think that the Aristotelian theory realizes satisfactorily the problems of interpretation of one of the works literary plans? ").
Full argumentscontent: The course introduces the students to Greek literary civilization by helping them read in Italian translation and interpret some of the most important texts in the subject: Homer, Odyssey, (books 8-12), an anthology of lyric poetry (esp. Sappho and Pindar), Aeschylus (Agamemnon, Prometheus), Sophocles (Oedipus Rex, Antigone), Euripides (Medea, Hippolytus, Heracles, Bacchae), Aristophanes (Thesmophoriazusae), Aristotle (Poetics)
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CourseITALIAN LITERATURE 1+2
Course IDLE0222
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSINI Stefania Irene
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractSTORIA E TESTI DELLA POESIA IN DIALETTO DALL'OTTOCENTO AI GIORNI NOSTRI I. PARTE TEORICO-METODOLOGICA: INTRODUZIONE ALLA RETORICA II. PARTE MONOGRAFICA. GIAMBATTISTA VICO "LETTERATO"
Reference textsSono previste dispense che saranno messe a disposizione degli studenti a fine corso. Dispense che dovranno essere integrate dai saggi "dialettali" contenuti nel volume di G. Tesio, "La poesia ai margini", Novara, Interlinea, 2014. Theoretical-methodological part: - BICE MORTARA GARAVELLI, Manuale di Retorica, Milano, Bompiani (Other materials will be presented during the course). Monographic part: - GIAMBATTISTA VICO, Opere, a cura di Andrea Battistini, Milano, Mondadori, 2 vv. (Other materials will be presented during the course). Supplementary readings for non attending students: - LEONARDO AMOROSO, Introduzione alla Scienza nuova di Vico, Pisa, Ets, 2011 - ANDREA BATTISTINI, Vico tra antichi e moderni, Bologna, il Mulino, 2004.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the fundamentals of Rhetoric, understood in all its original extent, from inventio to actio, from the main argumentative techniques to figures and tropes, with reference both to the classical tradition both to the most recent theoretical proposals (cognitivism and neuroscience). Knowledge of the works of Giambattista Vico, with particular attention to his historical and intellectual position between philosophy and philology, erudition and poetry, theoresis and narrative, and to the stylistic and rhetorical characters of his texts. Competence in reading, analyzing and comparing texts of differents figural density, understanding their context, structures, stylistic devices. Ability in argumentation, with clear and precise terminology.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of history of Italian Literature
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, text readings, discussions, Exercises of composition. The students who wish, can present, singularly or in group, to the class one or more texts of the programme
Grading rulesWritten or oral choice . Questions on the rhetoric in its main articulations and theoretical issues related faced during the course . Analysis, interpretation and commentary of a text or a page Giambattista Vico among those listed on schedule
Full argumentsThe theoretical-methodological part of the course aims at offering the fundamentals of Rhetoric, understood as a form of knowledge, a corpus of concepts and of analytical and hermeneutical cathegories, in all its original extent, from inventio to actio, from the main argumentative techniques to figures and tropes. Starting from the codification of the classical rhetoric, we will focus on the twentieth-century New Rhetoric (Perelman-Tyteca) and thus on the latest theoretical proposals by cognitive and neuroscientific fields. The monographic part of the course will be dedicated to the figure of Giambattista Vico as "literate", considered in the cultural context of his time, with particular reference to his writing, his stylistic and rhetorical choices, examined in the light of his reflections about the anthropological and cognitive status of the "Poetic Logic".
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0223 LETTERATURA ITALIANA 1 L-FIL-LET/10 - LETTERATURA ITALIANA TESIO Giovanni
LE0224 LETTERATURA ITALIANA 2 L-FIL-LET/10 - LETTERATURA ITALIANA SINI Stefania Irene
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CourseLETTERATURA ITALIANA 1
Course IDLE0223
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTESIO Giovanni
TeachersTESIO Giovanni
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/10 - LETTERATURA ITALIANA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA E TESTI DELLA POESIA IN DIALETTO DALL'OTTOCENTO AI GIORNI NOSTRI
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CourseLETTERATURA ITALIANA 2
Course IDLE0224
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSINI Stefania Irene
TeachersSINI Stefania Irene
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/10 - LETTERATURA ITALIANA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractI. GENERAL INTRODUCTION (THEORETICAL-METJODOLOGICAL PART): INTRODUCTION TO RHETORICS II. FOCUS SEMINAR GIAMBATTISTA VICO AS "LETTERATO"
Reference textsGeneral introduction (Theoretical-methodological part): - BICE MORTARA GARAVELLI, Manuale di Retorica, Milano, Bompiani (Other materials will be presented during the course). Focus seminar: - GIAMBATTISTA VICO, Opere, a cura di Andrea Battistini, Milano, Mondadori, 2 vv. (Other materials will be presented during the course). Supplementary readings for non attending students: - LEONARDO AMOROSO, Introduzione alla Scienza nuova di Vico, Pisa, Ets, 2011 - ANDREA BATTISTINI, Vico tra antichi e moderni, Bologna, il Mulino, 2004.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the fundamentals of Rhetoric, understood in all its original extent, from inventio to actio, from the main argumentative techniques to figures and tropes, with reference both to the classical tradition both to the most recent theoretical proposals (cognitivism and neuroscience). Knowledge of the works of Giambattista Vico, with particular attention to his historical and intellectual position between philosophy and philology, erudition and poetry, theoresis and narrative, and to the stylistic and rhetorical characters of his texts. Competence in reading, analyzing and comparing texts of differents figural density, understanding their context, structures, stylistic devices. Ability in argumentation, with clear and precise terminology.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of history of Italian Literature
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, text readings, discussions, Exercises of composition. The students who wish, can present, singularly or in group, to the class one or more texts of the programme
Grading rulesStudents can choose between written and oral form of examination. Questions about rhetoric in its main articulations and on the theoretical issues faced during the course . Analysis, interpretation and commentary of a text or a page of Giambattista Vico's work among those listed in the bibliography
Full argumentsThe theoretical-methodological part of the course aims at offering the fundamentals of Rhetoric, understood as a form of knowledge, a corpus of concepts and of analytical and hermeneutical cathegories, in all its original extent, from inventio to actio, from the main argumentative techniques to figures and tropes. Starting from the codification of the classical rhetoric, we will focus on the twentieth-century New Rhetoric (Perelman-Tyteca) and thus on the latest theoretical proposals by cognitive and neuroscientific fields. The focus seminar will be dedicated to the figure of Giambattista Vico as "literate", considered in the cultural context of his time, with particular reference to his writing, his stylistic and rhetorical choices, examined in the light of his reflections about the anthropological and cognitive status of the "Poetic Logic". • Teaching Unit 1: Introduction to the course. What is Rhetoric. The primacy of the listener. The three kinds of rhetorical discourse. epideictic discourse and discourse of re-use • teaching unit 2: Inventio. Places, topoi. Exercises. Dispositio. Ordo naturalis ordo artificialis. ascending, descending, Nestorian order. Exercises • Teaching Unit 3: The Treatise on Argumentation. Audience, arguments, evidence and values • teaching unit 4: Elocutio. Virtues of elocutio. Aptum. The division of the styles. Tropes and figures. Metaphor • teaching unit 5: Theories of metaphor. Black, Booth, Turner, Lakoff and Johnson. Giambattista Vico, The Life written by himself. The teaching of rhetoric. The Querelle des anciens et des modernes. The De ratione • teaching unit 6: Vico, Institutiones oratoriae. Acute and witty. Vico, De uno: Fictio. Theories of metaphor: Turner The literary mind • teaching unit 7: Vico, De ratione. Memory, imagination and ingenium. Theories of metaphor, Lakoff and Johnson, Fludernik, Gibbs, The Cambridge Handbook of Metaphor and Thought • teaching unit 8: The New Science: structure and genre. • Teaching Unit 9: The New Science and the ‘original scene’. The origin of language • 10 teaching units: Poetic logic, ‘trasporti sensibili. Exercises • 11 teaching units: Poetic logic. Memory and actio. Memory arts. Exercises • 12 teaching units: Actio. The other books of the New Science. The “ricorso” • teaching unit 13: Vico’s 'minor' production of: epigraphs, canzoni and sonnets • 14 teaching units: Vico’s 'minor' production: epigraphs, canzoni and sonnets, Italian orationes • teaching unit 15: Conclusion of the course, discussion.
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CourseITALIAN LITERATURE I + II
Course IDL0910
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTESIO Giovanni
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractSTORIA E TESTI DELLA POESIA IN DIALETTO DALL'OTTOCENTO AI GIORNI NOSTRI
Reference textsSono previste dispense che saranno messe a disposizione degli studenti a fine corso. Dispense che dovranno essere integrate dai saggi "dialettali" contenuti nel volume di G. Tesio, "La poesia ai margini", Novara, Interlinea, 2014.
Prerequisiteshistorical and literary knowledge base provided by the popular high school
Didattics MethodsLectures in the continued confidence that the word - if clear and proportionate - would be enough to create both the availability of listening, either - in some way - a good example of communication skills
Grading rulesOral examination
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
L0931 LETTERATURA ITALIANA I L-FIL-LET/10 - LETTERATURA ITALIANA TESIO Giovanni
L0932 ITALIAN LITERATURE II L-FIL-LET/10 - LETTERATURA ITALIANA GIBELLINI Cecilia
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CourseLETTERATURA ITALIANA I
Course IDL0931
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTESIO Giovanni
TeachersTESIO Giovanni
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/10 - LETTERATURA ITALIANA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA E TESTI DELLA POESIA IN DIALETTO DALL'OTTOCENTO AI GIORNI NOSTRI
Course borrowed toLETTERE (1722) - L0184 LETTERATURA ITALIANA A - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - LP005 LETTERATURA ITALIANA PER LINGUE I - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0744 LETTERATURA ITALIANA I - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0744 LETTERATURA ITALIANA I - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0744 LETTERATURA ITALIANA I - VERCELLI
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CourseITALIAN LITERATURE II
Course IDL0932
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGIBELLINI Cecilia
TeachersGIBELLINI Cecilia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/10 - LETTERATURA ITALIANA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractDREAM AND ENIGMATIC SPEECH IN ITALIAN LITERATURE (14TH-16TH CENTURIES).
Reference textsA bundle of photocopies will be available a few days before the first class at the Copisteria “Lisa” (Via Galileo Ferraris 76). Students are invited to get their own copy in order to use it in the first lesson. Students are also invited to get a good high school manual of History of Italian literature and Anthology of texts, in order to prepare the authors and the problems on which the course will focus, namely: Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio, Humanism and the Renaissance, and Ariosto (for each author: biography, poetry, major works: composition, genre, structure, themes, formal characteristics).
Teaching targetsKnowledge and comprehension of some important Italian literary texts from the 14th to the 16th Century, with particular regard to enigmatic speech and to the topic of dream; ability to examine literary texts, to capture their distinctive elements, to appropriately place them in the historical context and to frame them within the genres and poetics; ability to comprehend the distinctive features of different texts and to discuss similarities and differences in a comparative perspective.
PrerequisitesBasic historical, literary and critical knowledge provided by high school.
Didattics MethodsLectures with discussion; reading and commentary of texts in the classroom, with questions and discussion; on-line materials (DIR).
Other informationsFurther information will be provided in class. Non-attending students are requested to contact the teacher (cecilia.gibellini@uniupo.it) in order to have some indication for the exam and to agree some additional readings.
Grading rulesOral examination: reading and commentary of primary texts and questions and discussion on the critical texts.
Full argumentsThe course examines – in some important Italian literary texts from the 14th to the 16th Century – some models of enigmatic speeches and dialogues, which require interpretation. In particular, some literary dreams will be examined, placing them within the medieval (and then Renaissance) ideas about dreams, their prophetic or revelatory role and their interpretation. Didactic Unit n. 1: Truthful and deceptive dreams from antiquity to the Middle Ages. Macrobius, Somnium Scipionis. Didactic Unit n. 2: Dante: dreams in Vita nuova and in the Commedia. Didactic Unit n. 3: Petrarch’s prophetic dreams (Rerum vulgarium fragmenta; Triumphi). Didactic Unit n. 4: Boccaccio: prophetic dreams, revealing dreams and prophetic visions (Elegia di Madonna Fiammetta; Decameron). Didactic Unit n. 5: Hypnerotomachia Poliphili. Didactic Unit n. 6: Ariosto and Orlando’s dream.
Course borrowed toFILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0909 LETTERATURA ITALIANA II - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0909 LETTERATURA ITALIANA II - VERCELLI
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CourseLATIN LITERATURE AND INTRODUCTION TO GREEK LITERARY CULTURE
Course IDLE0216
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractL'ELEGIA LATINA: DAI CARMI DI SULPICIA ALLA VISIONE DI ROMA IN OVIDIO MITO E POESIA NELLA GRECIA ANTICA
Reference textsG. GARBARINO, Letteratura latina, volume unico, Torino, Paravia (limited to authors of poetry). Piastri, Roberta. - I carmi di Sulpicia e il repertorio topico dell'elegia. Quaderni del Dipartimento di filologia A. Rostagni 1998 : 137-170 Piastri, Roberta. - Il ciclo di Sulpicia (Corpus Tibullianum III 8-18 = IV 2-12). BStudLat 1998 28 (1) : 105-131. Piastri, Roberta. - Scenari domestici ed intreccio elegiaco. Quaderni del Dipartimento di Filologia A. Rostagni. 2003 : 149-169. Piastri, Roberta. - L'elegia della città : Roma nella poesia elegiaca di Ovidio. Vercelli : Mercurio, 2004. Piastri, Roberta. - Sulpicia e la sua fama : una nuova proposta interpretativa di Corpus Tibullianum III 13. BStudLat 2013 43 (1) : 16-25 (1) Omero, Odissea, a cura di F. Ferrari, UTET Libreria; in alternativa Omero, Odissea, a cura di V. Di Benedetto, BUR (2) Il teatro greco. Tragedie. Radici BUR. ISBN 88-17-00971-7; in alternativa I tragici greci. Eschilo, Sofocle, Euripide (a cura di F.M. Pontani e altri), ISBN 978-8854117112 Newton Compton 2010, euro 14. (3) Aristotele, Poetica, a cura di D. Lanza, BUR. (4) A. Capra, F. Conca, G. Lozza, A. Pizzone, G. Zanetto, Alla fonte delle Muse. Introduzione alla civiltà greca, Bollati Boringhieri 2007, ISBN 978-88-339-1737-5 (ora disponibile solo come e-book: http://www.mondadoristore.it/Alla-fonte-delle-muse-Aglae-Pizzone-Andrea-Capra-Fabrizio-Conca-Giuseppe-Lozza-Giuseppe-Zanetto/eai978883397195/) (studiare le pp. 81-142 e due capitoli a scelta della parte terza) o in alternativa Franco Montanari, Prima lezione di letteratura greca, Laterza, ISBN-13: 978-8842068914, euro 12 (per intero) o in alternativa Andrea Rodighiero, La tragedia greca, Il Mulino, Bologna 2013, ISBN-13: 978-8815244659, euro 15, pp. 1-150 o in alternativa Barbara Graziosi, Gli dèi dell’Olimpo: Storia di una sopravvivenza, UTET, ISBN 9788851123611, euro 20 (per intero). Ulteriore testo di riferimento: Aristofane, La festa delle donne, a cura di G. Paduano, BUR (esiste una traduzione senza note disponibile on line: http://www.filosofico.net/aristoffestadem42.htm)
Teaching targetsAcquiring sound knowledge of ancient Rome’s distinctive features, with a focus on the development of elegiac poetry. Being familiar with the texts analyzed during the course with particular attention to contents and linguistic structures. The course is designed to provide the students with a basic knowledge of the genres of archaic and classical Greek poetry (epic, lyric, tragedy, comedy) and of the main myths mentioned in the works read in class and at home. The course will make them aware of the modalities of performance of literary texts in ancient Greece; it will introduce them to the interpretation of poetry offered by Aristotle. The course will enable the students to analyse the content of an archaic or classical Greek text, with special attention to myths, historical context, modality of performance. It will help them to formulate an argument in order to solve problems of interpretation in this field. The students should acquire the ability to explain in a clear and orderly way the concepts and the pieces of information they will acquire, avoiding a purely mnemonic repetition of teaching material. They should be able to present their argument to other students and to listeners who are not specialists in the field. The students should acquire the ability of mastering the concepts discussed in the course. They should also acquire the ability of finding data that will help them to interpret Greek literary texts of similar nature, on the basis of modern translations
PrerequisitesAbility to master high school level Latin language, syntax and structure. Familiarity with Latin literature’s historical development with specific reference to Poetry. basic knowledge of IT (internet; download of files from the DIR website) and a good knowledge of Italian. basic information about ancient history and the geography of the Mediterranean area, as taught in Italian high schools.
Didattics MethodsLectures, online tutorials. Lectures; classroom discussion.
Grading rulesThe exam will be oral . three questions will be asked : 1 ) meter reading, translation and grammatical - syntactical analysis of one of Latin texts to bring into the examination 2 ) step within the framework of the issues discussed in class and study of some aspect of elegiac poetry , in particular the poems of Sulpicia and elegies Ovid . 3 ) a question on the institutional part of the poetry in Rome, on the theater genres , the epic and didactic poetry , the bucolic poetry , satire , elegy , epigram . To pass the exam will need to respond at least enough to each of the questions ( including the metric reading) . The final exam consists of an oral test which will focus on the following issues: examination of knowledge of essential data on the treatment of the myth in the works belonging to different literary genres (question like, "as presented in the myth of literary works on the program? "); examination of knowledge of essential data on the literary history (questions such as, "in which historical, geographical and performance was presented to the public one of the oldest literary works in the program?"); of ancient literary theories verification of understanding discussed in class (questions like, "as Aristotle defines tragedy / epic / art / historiography / the unity of the work of art / catharsis / pity and fear / the tragic fault? "); verification of the ability to make judgments on planned works, on the basis of literary theories discussed in class and on the essays in the syllabus (question like, "I think that the Aristotelian theory realizes satisfactorily the problems of interpretation of one of the works literary plans? ").
Full argumentsDuring classes we will follow the development of classic Latin poetic genres (II cent. b.C.-II cent. a.D.) with focus on Elegiac poetry. We will read significant passages in the original language. Knowledge of prosody and metrical structure of latin poetry will be requested: some hours will be dedicated to this topic. The course introduces the students to Greek literary civilization by helping them read in Italian translation and interpret some of the most important texts in the subject: Homer, Odyssey, (books 8-12), an anthology of lyric poetry (esp. Sappho and Pindar), Aeschylus (Agamemnon, Prometheus), Sophocles (Oedipus Rex, Antigone), Euripides (Medea, Hippolytus, Heracles, Bacchae), Aristophanes (Thesmophoriazusae), Aristotle (Poetics).
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0217 LATIN LITERATURE A L-FIL-LET/04 - LINGUA E LETTERATURA LATINA TABACCO Raffaella
LE0218 INTRODUZIONE ALLA CIVILTA LETTERARIA GRECA L-FIL-LET/02 - LINGUA E LETTERATURA GRECA BATTEZZATO Luigi
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CourseLATIN LITERATURE A
Course IDLE0217
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersTABACCO Raffaella
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-FIL-LET/04 - LINGUA E LETTERATURA LATINA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractL'ELEGIA LATINA: DAI CARMI DI SULPICIA ALLA VISIONE DI ROMA IN OVIDIO
Reference textsG. GARBARINO, Letteratura latina, volume unico, Torino, Paravia (limited to authors of poetry). Piastri, Roberta. - I carmi di Sulpicia e il repertorio topico dell'elegia. Quaderni del Dipartimento di filologia A. Rostagni 1998 : 137-170 Piastri, Roberta. - Il ciclo di Sulpicia (Corpus Tibullianum III 8-18 = IV 2-12). BStudLat 1998 28 (1) : 105-131. Piastri, Roberta. - Scenari domestici ed intreccio elegiaco. Quaderni del Dipartimento di Filologia A. Rostagni. 2003 : 149-169. Piastri, Roberta. - L'elegia della città : Roma nella poesia elegiaca di Ovidio. Vercelli : Mercurio, 2004. Piastri, Roberta. - Sulpicia e la sua fama : una nuova proposta interpretativa di Corpus Tibullianum III 13. BStudLat 2013 43 (1) : 16-25
Teaching targetsAcquiring sound knowledge of ancient Rome’s distinctive features, with a focus on the development of elegiac poetry. Being familiar with the texts analyzed during the course with particular attention to contents and linguistic structures.
PrerequisitesAbility to master high school level Latin language, syntax and structure. Familiarity with Latin literature’s historical development with specific reference to Poetry.
Didattics MethodsLectures, online tutorials.
Other informations- With 'Greek Literature A' it constitutes the exam of 'Classic Literatures A' [LE0219] - With 'Introduction to Greek literary culture' it constitutes the exam of 'Latin Literature and Introduction to Greek literary culture' [LE0216] (reserved for students who had no Greek, but had Latin as a curricular subject in high school).
Grading rulesThe exam will be oral . three questions will be asked : 1 ) meter reading, translation and grammatical - syntactical analysis of one of Latin texts to bring into the examination 2 ) step within the framework of the issues discussed in class and study of some aspect of elegiac poetry , in particular the poems of Sulpicia and elegies Ovid . 3 ) a question on the institutional part of the poetry in Rome, on the theater genres , the epic and didactic poetry , the bucolic poetry , satire , elegy , epigram . To pass the exam will need to respond at least enough to each of the questions ( including the metric reading) ..
Full argumentsDuring classes we will follow the development of classic Latin poetic genres (II cent. b.C.-II cent. a.D.) with focus on Elegiac poetry. We will read significant passages in the original language. Knowledge of prosody and metrical structure of latin poetry will be requested: some hours will be dedicated to this topic.
Course borrowed toLETTERE (1722) - LE0193 LABORATORIO DI PROSODIA E METRICA LATINA - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - LE0217 LETTERATURA LATINA A - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - LE0220 LETTERATURA LATINA A - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - LE0220 LETTERATURA LATINA A - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0062 LETTERATURA LATINA B - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0388 LETTERATURA LATINA B - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0690 LETTERATURA LATINA C - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0690 LETTERATURA LATINA C - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0969 LETTERATURA LATINA A - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L1258 DIDATTICA DEL LATINO - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0061 LETTERATURA LATINA A - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0690 LETTERATURA LATINA C - VERCELLI
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CourseINTRODUZIONE ALLA CIVILTA LETTERARIA GRECA
Course IDLE0218
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBATTEZZATO Luigi
TeachersBATTEZZATO Luigi
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/02 - LINGUA E LETTERATURA GRECA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractMITO E POESIA NELLA GRECIA ANTICA
Reference texts(1) Omero, Odissea, a cura di F. Ferrari, UTET Libreria; in alternative Omero, Odissea, a cura di V. Di Benedetto, BUR (2) Il teatro greco. Tragedie. Radici BUR. ISBN 88-17-00971-7 euros 14 or, in alternative, I tragici greci. Eschilo, Sofocle, Euripide (a cura di F.M. Pontani e altri), ISBN 978-8854117112 Newton Compton 2010, euro 14.. (3) Aristotele, Poetica, a cura di D. Lanza, BUR. (4) A. Capra, F. Conca, G. Lozza, A. Pizzone, G. Zanetto, Alla fonte delle Muse. Introduzione alla civiltà greca, Bollati Boringhieri 2007, ISBN 978-88-339-1737-5 (this text is now available only as an e-book: http://www.mondadoristore.it/Alla-fonte-delle-muse-Aglae-Pizzone-Andrea-Capra-Fabrizio-Conca-Giuseppe-Lozza-Giuseppe-Zanetto/eai978883397195/) or in alternative Franco Montanari, Prima lezione di letteratura greca, Laterza, ISBN-13: 978-8842068914, euro 12. or, in alternative, Andrea Rodighiero, La tragedia greca, Il Mulino, Bologna 2013, ISBN-13: 978-8815244659, euro 15, pp. 1-150, or, in alternative, Barbara Graziosi, Gli dèi dell’Olimpo: Storia di una sopravvivenza, UTET, ISBN 9788851123611, euro 20. Further reference text: Aristofane, La festa delle donne, a cura di G. Paduano, BUR (a free Italian translation, without notes, can be found on line: http://www.filosofico.net/aristoffestadem42.htm)
Teaching targetsThe course is designed to provide the students with a basic knowledge of the genres of archaic and classical Greek poetry (epic, lyric, tragedy, comedy) and of the main myths mentioned in the works read in class and at home. The course will make them aware of the modalities of performance of literary texts in ancient Greece; it will introduce them to the interpretation of poetry offered by Aristotle. The course will enable the students to analyse the content of an archaic or classical Greek text, with special attention to myths, historical context, modality of performance. It will help them to formulate an argument in order to solve problems of interpretation in this field. The students should acquire the ability to explain in a clear and orderly way the concepts and the pieces of information they will acquire, avoiding a purely mnemonic repetition of teaching material. They should be able to present their argument to other students and to listeners who are not specialists in the field. The students should acquire the ability of mastering the concepts discussed in the course. They should also acquire the ability of finding data that will help them to interpret Greek literary texts of similar nature, on the basis of modern translations.
Prerequisitesbasic knowledge of IT (internet; download of files from the DIR website) and a good knowledge of Italian. basic information about ancient history and the geography of the Mediterranean area, as taught in Italian high schools.
Didattics MethodsLectures; classroom discussion.
Grading rulesThe final exam consists of an oral test which will focus on the following issues: examination of knowledge of essential data on the treatment of the myth in the works belonging to different literary genres (question like, "as presented in the myth of literary works on the program? "); examination of knowledge of essential data on the literary history (questions such as, "in which historical, geographical and performance was presented to the public one of the oldest literary works in the program?"); of ancient literary theories verification of understanding discussed in class (questions like, "as Aristotle defines tragedy / epic / art / historiography / the unity of the work of art / catharsis / pity and fear / the tragic fault? "); verification of the ability to make judgments on planned works, on the basis of literary theories discussed in class and on the essays in the syllabus (question like, "I think that the Aristotelian theory realizes satisfactorily the problems of interpretation of one of the works literary plans? ").
Full argumentsThe course introduces the students to Greek literary civilization by helping them read in Italian translation and interpret some of the most important texts in the subject: Homer, Odyssey, (books 8-12), an anthology of lyric poetry (esp. Sappho and Pindar), Aeschylus (Agamemnon, Prometheus), Sophocles (Oedipus Rex, Antigone), Euripides (Medea, Hippolytus, Heracles, Bacchae), Aristophanes (Thesmophoriazusae), Aristotle (Poetics).
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY
Course IDL0973
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARBERO Alessandro
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractPROBLEMI DELLA CIVILTÀ EUROPEA FRA TARDA ANTICHITÀ E MEDIOEVO PROBLEMI DELLA CIVILTÀ EUROPEA NEL PIENO E TARDO MEDIOEVO
Reference textsStudents are expected to work on several texts, both didactic and scientific in character. The complete list is available here: TEXT 1 (online): A. Barbero, Età di mezzo e secoli bui, in Lo spazio letterario del Medioevo, 2. Il Medioevo volgare, III: La ricezione del testo, Roma 2003, pp. 505-526. TEXT 2: S. Gasparri, Tardoantico e alto Medioevo: metodologie di ricerca e modelli interpretativi, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 27-56. TEXTS 3 - 4 (online): A. Barbero, La cristianizzazione; Id., Vescovi e monaci. TEXT 5 (online): A. Barbero, I regni romano-barbarici, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 167-212. TEXT 6: G. Petralia, A proposito dell'immortalità di "Maometto e Carlomagno" (o di Costantino), in "Storica", 1 (1995), pp. 37-87. TEXT 7: C. Wickham, Sul mutamento sociale ed economico di lungo periodo in Occidente (400-800), in “Storica”, 23 (2002), pp. 7-27. TEXT 8: D. Vera, Le forme del lavoro rurale: aspetti della trasformazione dell’Europa romana fra Tarda Antichità e Alto Medioevo, in Morfologie sociali e culturali in Europa fra Tarda Antichità e Alto Medioevo, Spoleto 1998 (Settimane, XLV), pp. 293-338. TEXT 9 (online): A. Barbero, Il mondo rurale e il sistema curtense TEXT 10 (online): A. Barbero, L'impero bizantino. TEXT 11 (online): A. Barbero, La nascita dell'Islam e le conquiste arabe TEXT 12 (online): A. Barbero, La rinascita dell’impero, da Carlo Magno. Un padre dell’Europa, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2000, pp. 82-112. TEXT 13 (online): A. Barbero, Vassallaggio e beneficio. TEXT 1 C. Wickham, Fonti archeologiche – fonti storiche: un dialogo complesso, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, IX: Strutture, preminenze, lessici comuni, Roma 2007, pp. 15-49 TEXT 2 P. Corrao, Pieno e basso Medioevo: metodologie della ricerca e modelli interpretativi, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 361-406 TEXT 3 (online), A. Barbero, La mutazione feudale TEXT 4, (online), A. Barbero, Il decollo dell’Occidente TEXT 5, G. Petralia, Crescita ed espansione, in Storia Medievale, Roma 1998 (Manuali Donzelli), pp. 291-317 TEXT 6, (online), A. Barbero, La riforma della Chiesa TEXT 7, A. Paravicini Bagliani, Il papato da Leone IX a Bonifacio VIII. Centralità e universalità, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 553-584 TEXT 8, L. Baietto, L’impero romano-germanico, ivi, pp. 587-623 TEXT 9, (online), A. Barbero, L’origine del Comuni TEXT 10, (online), A. Barbero, Le crociate TEXT 11, (online), A. Barbero, Feudo e signoria TEXT 12, (online), A. Barbero, Dal comune alla signoria TEXT 13, (online), A. Barbero, La vita religiosa TEXT 14, A. Esch, Le origini dell’università, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 709-728 TEXT 15, (online), A. Barbero, La crisi del Trecento TEXT 16, (online), A. Barbero, La rinascita dello stato
Teaching targetsStudents are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the crucial transition from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study. Students are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the High and Late Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study.
PrerequisitesNone None
Didattics MethodsIn the humanities teaching has always consisted and will forever consist of a simple, yet articulated flow of words from the teacher, intended to offer to the audience essential informations as well as to stimulate a critical response. That is called a "lesson". Teaching activities in this course will conform to the aforesaid venerable pattern.
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the main transformations affecting the West through the crucial transition from Late Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages: the birth of Christianity and the organization of the Church, barbarian invasions, the formation of the post-Roman barbarian kingdoms, the crisis of latifundium and the slave economy, the diffusion of personal bonds. The course will focus on the main transformations affecting the West through the High and Late Middle Ages: the feudal revolution, Gregorian reform, the birth of the communes, the Crusades, the new religious orders and heretical movements, the coming back of the State.
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
L0974 MEDIEVAL HISTORY A M-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE BARBERO Alessandro
L0975 MEDIEVAL HISTORY B M-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE BARBERO Alessandro
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY A
Course IDL0974
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARBERO Alessandro
TeachersBARBERO Alessandro
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractProblems of European Civilization from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages
Reference textsStudents are expected to work on several texts, both didactic and scientific in character. The complete list is available here: TEXT 1 (online): A. Barbero, Età di mezzo e secoli bui, in Lo spazio letterario del Medioevo, 2. Il Medioevo volgare, III: La ricezione del testo, Roma 2003, pp. 505-526. TEXT 2: S. Gasparri, Tardoantico e alto Medioevo: metodologie di ricerca e modelli interpretativi, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 27-56. TEXTS 3 - 4 (online): A. Barbero, La cristianizzazione; Id., Vescovi e monaci. TEXT 5 (online): A. Barbero, I regni romano-barbarici, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 167-212. TEXT 6: G. Petralia, A proposito dell'immortalità di "Maometto e Carlomagno" (o di Costantino), in "Storica", 1 (1995), pp. 37-87. TEXT 7: C. Wickham, Sul mutamento sociale ed economico di lungo periodo in Occidente (400-800), in “Storica”, 23 (2002), pp. 7-27. TEXT 8: D. Vera, Le forme del lavoro rurale: aspetti della trasformazione dell’Europa romana fra Tarda Antichità e Alto Medioevo, in Morfologie sociali e culturali in Europa fra Tarda Antichità e Alto Medioevo, Spoleto 1998 (Settimane, XLV), pp. 293-338. TEXT 9 (online): A. Barbero, Il mondo rurale e il sistema curtense TEXT 10 (online): A. Barbero, L'impero bizantino. TEXT 11 (online): A. Barbero, La nascita dell'Islam e le conquiste arabe TEXT 12 (online): A. Barbero, La rinascita dell’impero, da Carlo Magno. Un padre dell’Europa, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2000, pp. 82-112. TEXT 13 (online): A. Barbero, Vassallaggio e beneficio.
Teaching targetsStudents are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the crucial transition from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsIn the humanities teaching has always consisted and will forever consist of a simple, yet articulated flow of words from the teacher, intended to offer to the audience essential informations as well as to stimulate a critical response. That is called a "lesson". Teaching activities in this course will conform to the aforesaid venerable pattern.
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the main transformations affecting the West through the crucial transition from Late Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages: the birth of Christianity and the organization of the Church, barbarian invasions, the formation of the post-Roman barbarian kingdoms, the crisis of latifundium and the slave economy, the diffusion of personal bonds.
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY B
Course IDL0975
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARBERO Alessandro
TeachersBARBERO Alessandro
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractProblemi della civiltà europea nel pieno e tardo Medioevo
Reference textsTEXT 1 C. Wickham, Fonti archeologiche – fonti storiche: un dialogo complesso, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, IX: Strutture, preminenze, lessici comuni, Roma 2007, pp. 15-49 TEXT 2 P. Corrao, Pieno e basso Medioevo: metodologie della ricerca e modelli interpretativi, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 361-406 TEXT 3 (online), A. Barbero, La mutazione feudale TEXT 4, (online), A. Barbero, Il decollo dell’Occidente TEXT 5, G. Petralia, Crescita ed espansione, in Storia Medievale, Roma 1998 (Manuali Donzelli), pp. 291-317 TEXT 6, (online), A. Barbero, La riforma della Chiesa TEXT 7, A. Paravicini Bagliani, Il papato da Leone IX a Bonifacio VIII. Centralità e universalità, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 553-584 TEXT 8, L. Baietto, L’impero romano-germanico, ivi, pp. 587-623 TEXT 9, (online), A. Barbero, L’origine del Comuni TEXT 10, (online), A. Barbero, Le crociate TEXT 11, (online), A. Barbero, Feudo e signoria TEXT 12, (online), A. Barbero, Dal comune alla signoria TEXT 13, (online), A. Barbero, La vita religiosa TEXT 14, A. Esch, Le origini dell’università, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 709-728 TEXT 15, (online), A. Barbero, La crisi del Trecento TEXT 16, (online), A. Barbero, La rinascita dello stato
Teaching targetsStudents are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the High and Late Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsIn the humanities teaching has always consisted and will forever consist of a simple, yet articulated flow of words from the teacher, intended to offer to the audience essential informations as well as to stimulate a critical response. That is called a "lesson". Teaching activities in this course will conform to the aforesaid venerable pattern.
Grading rulesOral examination
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the main transformations affecting the West through the High and Late Middle Ages: the feudal revolution, Gregorian reform, the birth of the communes, the Crusades, the new religious orders and heretical movements, the coming back of the State.
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY
Course IDL0973
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARBERO Alessandro
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractPROBLEMI DELLA CIVILTÀ EUROPEA FRA TARDA ANTICHITÀ E MEDIOEVO PROBLEMI DELLA CIVILTÀ EUROPEA NEL PIENO E TARDO MEDIOEVO
Reference textsStudents are expected to work on several texts, both didactic and scientific in character. The complete list is available here: TEXT 1 (online): A. Barbero, Età di mezzo e secoli bui, in Lo spazio letterario del Medioevo, 2. Il Medioevo volgare, III: La ricezione del testo, Roma 2003, pp. 505-526. TEXT 2: S. Gasparri, Tardoantico e alto Medioevo: metodologie di ricerca e modelli interpretativi, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 27-56. TEXTS 3 - 4 (online): A. Barbero, La cristianizzazione; Id., Vescovi e monaci. TEXT 5 (online): A. Barbero, I regni romano-barbarici, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 167-212. TEXT 6: G. Petralia, A proposito dell'immortalità di "Maometto e Carlomagno" (o di Costantino), in "Storica", 1 (1995), pp. 37-87. TEXT 7: C. Wickham, Sul mutamento sociale ed economico di lungo periodo in Occidente (400-800), in “Storica”, 23 (2002), pp. 7-27. TEXT 8: D. Vera, Le forme del lavoro rurale: aspetti della trasformazione dell’Europa romana fra Tarda Antichità e Alto Medioevo, in Morfologie sociali e culturali in Europa fra Tarda Antichità e Alto Medioevo, Spoleto 1998 (Settimane, XLV), pp. 293-338. TEXT 9 (online): A. Barbero, Il mondo rurale e il sistema curtense TEXT 10 (online): A. Barbero, L'impero bizantino. TEXT 11 (online): A. Barbero, La nascita dell'Islam e le conquiste arabe TEXT 12 (online): A. Barbero, La rinascita dell’impero, da Carlo Magno. Un padre dell’Europa, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2000, pp. 82-112. TEXT 13 (online): A. Barbero, Vassallaggio e beneficio. TEXT 1 C. Wickham, Fonti archeologiche – fonti storiche: un dialogo complesso, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, IX: Strutture, preminenze, lessici comuni, Roma 2007, pp. 15-49 TEXT 2 P. Corrao, Pieno e basso Medioevo: metodologie della ricerca e modelli interpretativi, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 361-406 TEXT 3 (online), A. Barbero, La mutazione feudale TEXT 4, (online), A. Barbero, Il decollo dell’Occidente TEXT 5, G. Petralia, Crescita ed espansione, in Storia Medievale, Roma 1998 (Manuali Donzelli), pp. 291-317 TEXT 6, (online), A. Barbero, La riforma della Chiesa TEXT 7, A. Paravicini Bagliani, Il papato da Leone IX a Bonifacio VIII. Centralità e universalità, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 553-584 TEXT 8, L. Baietto, L’impero romano-germanico, ivi, pp. 587-623 TEXT 9, (online), A. Barbero, L’origine del Comuni TEXT 10, (online), A. Barbero, Le crociate TEXT 11, (online), A. Barbero, Feudo e signoria TEXT 12, (online), A. Barbero, Dal comune alla signoria TEXT 13, (online), A. Barbero, La vita religiosa TEXT 14, A. Esch, Le origini dell’università, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 709-728 TEXT 15, (online), A. Barbero, La crisi del Trecento TEXT 16, (online), A. Barbero, La rinascita dello stato
Teaching targetsStudents are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the crucial transition from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study. Students are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the High and Late Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study.
PrerequisitesNone None
Didattics MethodsIn the humanities teaching has always consisted and will forever consist of a simple, yet articulated flow of words from the teacher, intended to offer to the audience essential informations as well as to stimulate a critical response. That is called a "lesson". Teaching activities in this course will conform to the aforesaid venerable pattern.
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the main transformations affecting the West through the crucial transition from Late Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages: the birth of Christianity and the organization of the Church, barbarian invasions, the formation of the post-Roman barbarian kingdoms, the crisis of latifundium and the slave economy, the diffusion of personal bonds. The course will focus on the main transformations affecting the West through the High and Late Middle Ages: the feudal revolution, Gregorian reform, the birth of the communes, the Crusades, the new religious orders and heretical movements, the coming back of the State.
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L0974 MEDIEVAL HISTORY A M-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE BARBERO Alessandro
L0975 MEDIEVAL HISTORY B M-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE BARBERO Alessandro
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY A
Course IDL0974
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARBERO Alessandro
TeachersBARBERO Alessandro
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractProblems of European Civilization from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages
Reference textsStudents are expected to work on several texts, both didactic and scientific in character. The complete list is available here: TEXT 1 (online): A. Barbero, Età di mezzo e secoli bui, in Lo spazio letterario del Medioevo, 2. Il Medioevo volgare, III: La ricezione del testo, Roma 2003, pp. 505-526. TEXT 2: S. Gasparri, Tardoantico e alto Medioevo: metodologie di ricerca e modelli interpretativi, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 27-56. TEXTS 3 - 4 (online): A. Barbero, La cristianizzazione; Id., Vescovi e monaci. TEXT 5 (online): A. Barbero, I regni romano-barbarici, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 167-212. TEXT 6: G. Petralia, A proposito dell'immortalità di "Maometto e Carlomagno" (o di Costantino), in "Storica", 1 (1995), pp. 37-87. TEXT 7: C. Wickham, Sul mutamento sociale ed economico di lungo periodo in Occidente (400-800), in “Storica”, 23 (2002), pp. 7-27. TEXT 8: D. Vera, Le forme del lavoro rurale: aspetti della trasformazione dell’Europa romana fra Tarda Antichità e Alto Medioevo, in Morfologie sociali e culturali in Europa fra Tarda Antichità e Alto Medioevo, Spoleto 1998 (Settimane, XLV), pp. 293-338. TEXT 9 (online): A. Barbero, Il mondo rurale e il sistema curtense TEXT 10 (online): A. Barbero, L'impero bizantino. TEXT 11 (online): A. Barbero, La nascita dell'Islam e le conquiste arabe TEXT 12 (online): A. Barbero, La rinascita dell’impero, da Carlo Magno. Un padre dell’Europa, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2000, pp. 82-112. TEXT 13 (online): A. Barbero, Vassallaggio e beneficio.
Teaching targetsStudents are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the crucial transition from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsIn the humanities teaching has always consisted and will forever consist of a simple, yet articulated flow of words from the teacher, intended to offer to the audience essential informations as well as to stimulate a critical response. That is called a "lesson". Teaching activities in this course will conform to the aforesaid venerable pattern.
Grading rulesOral examination on the bibliography provided by the teacher.
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the main transformations affecting the West through the crucial transition from Late Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages: the birth of Christianity and the organization of the Church, barbarian invasions, the formation of the post-Roman barbarian kingdoms, the crisis of latifundium and the slave economy, the diffusion of personal bonds.
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY B
Course IDL0975
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARBERO Alessandro
TeachersBARBERO Alessandro
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractProblems of European civilization through the High and Late Middle Ages
Reference textsTEXT 1 C. Wickham, Fonti archeologiche – fonti storiche: un dialogo complesso, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, IX: Strutture, preminenze, lessici comuni, Roma 2007, pp. 15-49 TEXT 2 P. Corrao, Pieno e basso Medioevo: metodologie della ricerca e modelli interpretativi, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 361-406 TEXT 3 (online), A. Barbero, La mutazione feudale TEXT 4, (online), A. Barbero, Il decollo dell’Occidente TEXT 5, G. Petralia, Crescita ed espansione, in Storia Medievale, Roma 1998 (Manuali Donzelli), pp. 291-317 TEXT 6, (online), A. Barbero, La riforma della Chiesa TEXT 7, A. Paravicini Bagliani, Il papato da Leone IX a Bonifacio VIII. Centralità e universalità, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 553-584 TEXT 8, L. Baietto, L’impero romano-germanico, ivi, pp. 587-623 TEXT 9, (online), A. Barbero, L’origine del Comuni TEXT 10, (online), A. Barbero, Le crociate TEXT 11, (online), A. Barbero, Feudo e signoria TEXT 12, (online), A. Barbero, Dal comune alla signoria TEXT 13, (online), A. Barbero, La vita religiosa TEXT 14, A. Esch, Le origini dell’università, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 709-728 TEXT 15, (online), A. Barbero, La crisi del Trecento TEXT 16, (online), A. Barbero, La rinascita dello stato
Teaching targetsStudents are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the High and Late Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsIn the humanities teaching has always consisted and will forever consist of a simple, yet articulated flow of words from the teacher, intended to offer to the audience essential informations as well as to stimulate a critical response. That is called a "lesson". Teaching activities in this course will conform to the aforesaid venerable pattern.
Grading rulesOral examination on the bibliography provided by the teacher.
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the main transformations affecting the West through the High and Late Middle Ages: the feudal revolution, Gregorian reform, the birth of the communes, the Crusades, the new religious orders and heretical movements, the coming back of the State.
Course borrowed toLETTERE (1722) - L0038 STORIA MEDIEVALE B - VERCELLI
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LETTERE (1722) - L0038 STORIA MEDIEVALE B - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0975 STORIA MEDIEVALE B - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0038 STORIA MEDIEVALE B - VERCELLI
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY OF ART INTEGRATED COURSE
Course IDLE0173
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLOMARTIRE Saverio
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractLINEAMENTI DI STORIA DELL'ARTE ITALIANA ED EUROPEA DAL VII AL XIV SECOLO ARCHITETTURA E ARTE DELL'ETÀ LONGOBARDA IN ITALIA (SECOLI VII-X).
Reference textsUn manuale, a scelta dello studente, riferito al periodo trattato. Lo studente potrà avvalersi di qualunque manuale, purché sufficientemente aggiornato. Testo consigliato: A. Pinelli, Le ragioni della bellezza. 2. Dalla Tarda Antichità a Giotto, Torino, Loescher 2012 (ATTENZIONE: "EDIZIONE ROSSA", con DVD). Altri testi utili: E. Cerchiari – P. L. De Vecchi, Arte nel tempo, Milano. Bompiani, 1999 (e succ. edd.): vol. I, tomo 1: Dalla preistoria alla tarda Antichità, pp. 272-299; vol. I tomo II: Il Medioevo, tutto il volume E. Bairati – A. Finocchi, Arte in Italia, vol. I, Torino, Loescher, 1984 e succ. edd. [solo le parti corrispondenti al programma]. M. Becchis - L. Galli - G. Valenzano, Il medioevo (vol. 1B de L’arte e la Storia dell’Arte, a cura di Rita Scrimieri, Milano, Minerva Italica, 2002; G. Bora, G. Fiaccadori, A. Negri, A. Nova, I luoghi dell'Arte. Storia, opere, percorsi, Vol. 2, Milano, Electa Scuola, 2009. Altra bibliografia di riferimento (facoltativa) verrà indicata nel corso delle lezioni. Si consiglia inoltre di ricorrere, per chiarimenti e approfondimenti su taluni temi generali e su singoli contesti o monumenti, all'"Enciclopedia dell'Arte Medievale", Roma, Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana, 12 voll., posseduto dalla Biblioteca di Dipartimento. NOTICE. The following are the volumes from which will be drawn several essays (mandatory and / or voluntary) will build an examination subject. Further references will be communicated during the lectures. Il futuro dei Longobardi. L’Italia e la costruzione dell’Europa di Carlo Magno, Catalogo della mostra (Brescia, 18 giugno al 19 novembre 2000), a cura di Carlo Bertelli e Gian pietro Brogiolo, Milano, Skir, 2000. I Longobardi. Dalla caduta dell’Impero all’alba dell’Italia, Catalogo della Mostra, a cura di Gian Pietro Brogiolo, Alexandra Chavarría Arnau, (Torino settembre 2007 - gennaio 2008), Cinisello Balsamo, Silvana Editoriale, 2007. L’VIII Secolo: un secolo inquieto, Atti del Convegno internazionale di studi (Cividale del Friuli, Chiesa di Santa Maria dei Battuti, 4-7 dicembre 2008), a cura di Valentino Pace, Cividale, Comune di Cividale del Friuli, 2010. CAROLA JÄGGI, Il tempietto di Cividale nell’ambito dell’architettura altomedievale in Italia, in Paolo Diacono e il Friuli altomedievale (secc. VI-X), XIV Congresso Internazionale di Studi sull’Alto Medioevo (Cividale-Bottenicco di Moimacco, 24-29 settembre 1999), Spoleto, CISAM, 2001, pp. 407-428. SAVERIO LOMARTIRE, Riflessioni sulla diffusione del tipo Dreiapsiden-Saalkirche nell’architettura lombarda dell’altomedioevo, in Atti del Convegno internazionale L’édifice de culte entre les périodes paléochretienne et carolingienne (Poreč, 17-21 maggio 2002), “Hortus Artium Medieaevalium. Journal of the International Research Center for Late Antique and Middle Ages”, 9 (2003), pp. 417-432. I Magistri commacini. Mito e realtà del Medioevo lombardo, Atti del 19° Congresso internazionale di studi sull’alto medioevo (Como-Varese, 23-25 ottobre 2008), Spoleto CISAM 2009, pp. 151-209 (le parti da leggere saranno comunicate in un secondo tempo). MARIA LETIZIA CASATI, Scultura medievale per l’arredo liturgico a Como, con contributi di HANS RUDOLF SENNHAUSER e KATHRIN ROTH-RUBI, Como, Musei Civici, 2014. Lucca e l’Europa: un’idea di Medioevo: 5.-11. secolo, Catalogo della Mostra (Lucca, Fondazione Ragghianti, 25 settembre 2010-9 gennaio 2011), Lucca, Edizioni Fondazione Ragghianti studi sull'arte, 2010. Castelseprio e Torba: sintesi delle ricerche e aggiornamenti, a cura di Paola Marina De Marchi, Mantova, SAP, 2013. Dalla corte regia al monastero di San Salvatore – Santa Giulia di Brescia, a cura di Gian Pietro Brogiolo con Francesca Morandini, Mantova, SAP, 2014. Laura Chinellato, Arte longobarda in Friuli. L'ara di Ratchis a Cividale, Udine 2016.
Teaching targetsBeing able to face, on the basis of the knowledge acquired during the course, the evaluation (reading and decoding) of an artistic or architectural context of the Middle Ages, sspecially with the knowledge and skills of comparison between the different aspects: typological, iconographic, stylistic of a monument or work of art of the Middle Ages in the European context. At end of the course students should be able to: Have a good understanding of the main architectural and artistic complex of the period considered and of the related sources. Knowing how to connect the characteristics of the artifacts examined to the evolution of architectonic and artistic languages. Knowing how to judge the formal elements of groups of buildings and artifacts of painting, sculpture, and miniature jewelery. Knowing how to explain the main characteristics of the art of the Lombard period. Relate the data provided by the sources and by the specific literature.
PrerequisitesBasic concepts (school level) in History, Literature and Philosophy of the Middle Ages Students must have taken the lessons of History of Medieval Art A.
Didattics MethodsLectures, tutorials and seminars, visits to monuments, museums and exhibitions. Lectures, seminars and exercises, visits to museums and exhibitions.
Other informationsNone Besides the visit scheduled study visits may be agreed with other monumental contexts ( Brescia , Castelseprio - Torba ) , based on the number of acceptances .
Grading rulesAt the end of the course there will be a test of assessment in the form of oral examination , lasting a minimum of twenty minutes, tending to check the achievement of educational goals through image recognition of a manual and descriptive power of the same, as well as capacity to relationship works with cultural / artistic contexts / Architectural de reference period . The Lombard period will be examined under the architecture and art aspects on the basis of different sources : historical - literary , documentary , archaeological , as well as on the study of the artifacts still exist today . It will visit one or more sites and monuments and an exhibition scheduled in the spring of 2017 in Pavia .
Full argumentsThe course aims to provide students with the knowledge of the main issues related to the reading of the image and the evolution of language in medieval art and architecture in the Middle Ages, with attention to iconographic, representative, chronological data. The Lombard period will be examined in its architectural and artsistic aspects on the basis of different sources: historical-literary, documentary, archaeological, as well as on the study of the artifacts still existing today. È prevista la visita ad uno o più siti e monumenti e ad una Mostra in programma nella primavera del 2017 a Pavia.
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Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0174 STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE A L-ART/01 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE LOMARTIRE Saverio
LE0175 STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE B L-ART/01 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE LOMARTIRE Saverio
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CourseSTORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE A
Course IDLE0174
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLOMARTIRE Saverio
TeachersLOMARTIRE Saverio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/01 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractOUTLINE OF ITALIAN AND EUROPEAN ART HISTORY FROM 7th TO 14th CENTURY
Reference textsSuggested manual: A. Pinelli, Le ragioni della bellezza. 2. Dalla Tarda Antichità a Giotto, Torino, Loescher 2012 (INSTRUCTIONS: "RED EDITION", with DVD). Othe useful manuals: E. Bairati – A. Finocchi, Arte in Italia, vol. I, Torino, Loescher, 1984 e succ. edd. [only the sections related to the program]. M. Becchis - L. Galli - G. Valenzano, Il medioevo (vol. 1B de L’arte e la Storia dell’Arte, a cura di Rita Scrimieri, Milano, Minerva Italica, 2002; G. Bora, G. Fiaccadori, A. Negri, A. Nova, I luoghi dell'Arte. Storia, opere, percorsi, Vol. 2, Milano, Electa Scuola, 2009. Futher readings (optional) will be indicated in the lectures. It is also advisable to consult, for explanations and information on certain topics of general and individual contexts or monuments, the '"Enciclopedia dell'Arte Medievale", Rome, Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana, 12 vols., owned by the Department's Library.
Teaching targetsBeing able to face, on the basis of the knowledge acquired during the course, the evaluation (reading and decoding) of an artistic or architectural context of the Middle Ages, sspecially with the knowledge and skills of comparison between the different aspects: typological, iconographic, stylistic of a monument or work of art of the Middle Ages in the European context.
PrerequisitesBasic concepts (school level) in History, Literature and Philosophy of the Middle Ages
Didattics MethodsLectures, tutorials and seminars, visits to monuments, museums and exhibitions.
Grading rulesAt the end of the course there will be a test of assessment in the form of an oral examination, lasting a minimum of twenty minutes, tending to check the achievement of educational goals through the recognition of some images taken from a textbook, and the check of student's descriptive ability of such images, as well as the ability to relate them with cultural / artistic / architectural contexts of the period considered.
Full argumentsThe course aims to provide students with the knowledge of the main issues related to the reading of the image and the evolution of language in medieval art and architecture in the Middle Ages, with attention to iconographic, representative, chronological data.
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LETTERE (1722) - L0049 STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE A - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0049 STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE A - VERCELLI
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LETTERE (1722) - L0349 STORIA DELLE TECNICHE ARTISTICHE - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0049 STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE A - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0049 STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE A - VERCELLI
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CourseSTORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE B
Course IDLE0175
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLOMARTIRE Saverio
TeachersLOMARTIRE Saverio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/01 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractARCHITETTURA E ARTE DELL'ETÀ LONGOBARDA IN ITALIA (SECOLI VII-X).
Reference textsNOTICE. The following are the volumes from which will be drawn several essays (mandatory and / or voluntary) will build an examination subject. Further references will be communicated during the lectures. Il futuro dei Longobardi. L’Italia e la costruzione dell’Europa di Carlo Magno, Catalogo della mostra (Brescia, 18 giugno al 19 novembre 2000), a cura di Carlo Bertelli e Gian pietro Brogiolo, Milano, Skir, 2000. I Longobardi. Dalla caduta dell’Impero all’alba dell’Italia, Catalogo della Mostra, a cura di Gian Pietro Brogiolo, Alexandra Chavarría Arnau, (Torino settembre 2007 - gennaio 2008), Cinisello Balsamo, Silvana Editoriale, 2007. L’VIII Secolo: un secolo inquieto, Atti del Convegno internazionale di studi (Cividale del Friuli, Chiesa di Santa Maria dei Battuti, 4-7 dicembre 2008), a cura di Valentino Pace, Cividale, Comune di Cividale del Friuli, 2010. CAROLA JÄGGI, Il tempietto di Cividale nell’ambito dell’architettura altomedievale in Italia, in Paolo Diacono e il Friuli altomedievale (secc. VI-X), XIV Congresso Internazionale di Studi sull’Alto Medioevo (Cividale-Bottenicco di Moimacco, 24-29 settembre 1999), Spoleto, CISAM, 2001, pp. 407-428. SAVERIO LOMARTIRE, Riflessioni sulla diffusione del tipo Dreiapsiden-Saalkirche nell’architettura lombarda dell’altomedioevo, in Atti del Convegno internazionale L’édifice de culte entre les périodes paléochretienne et carolingienne (Poreč, 17-21 maggio 2002), “Hortus Artium Medieaevalium. Journal of the International Research Center for Late Antique and Middle Ages”, 9 (2003), pp. 417-432. I Magistri commacini. Mito e realtà del Medioevo lombardo, Atti del 19° Congresso internazionale di studi sull’alto medioevo (Como-Varese, 23-25 ottobre 2008), Spoleto CISAM 2009, pp. 151-209 (le parti da leggere saranno comunicate in un secondo tempo). MARIA LETIZIA CASATI, Scultura medievale per l’arredo liturgico a Como, con contributi di HANS RUDOLF SENNHAUSER e KATHRIN ROTH-RUBI, Como, Musei Civici, 2014. Lucca e l’Europa: un’idea di Medioevo: 5.-11. secolo, Catalogo della Mostra (Lucca, Fondazione Ragghianti, 25 settembre 2010-9 gennaio 2011), Lucca, Edizioni Fondazione Ragghianti studi sull'arte, 2010. Castelseprio e Torba: sintesi delle ricerche e aggiornamenti, a cura di Paola Marina De Marchi, Mantova, SAP, 2013. Dalla corte regia al monastero di San Salvatore – Santa Giulia di Brescia, a cura di Gian Pietro Brogiolo con Francesca Morandini, Mantova, SAP, 2014. Laura Chinellato, Arte longobarda in Friuli. L'ara di Ratchis a Cividale, Udine 2016.
Teaching targetsAt end of the course students should be able to: Have a good understanding of the main architectural and artistic complex of the period considered and of the related sources. Knowing how to connect the characteristics of the artifacts examined to the evolution of architectonic and artistic languages. Knowing how to judge the formal elements of groups of buildings and artifacts of painting, sculpture, and miniature jewelery. Knowing how to explain the main characteristics of the art of the Lombard period. Relate the data provided by the sources and by the specific literature.
PrerequisitesStudents must have taken the lessons of History of Medieval Art A.
Didattics MethodsLectures, seminars and exercises, visits to museums and exhibitions.
Other informationsBesides the visit scheduled study visits may be agreed with other monumental contexts ( Brescia , Castelseprio - Torba ) , based on the number of acceptances .
Grading rulesAt the end of the course there will be a test of assessment in the form of oral examination , lasting a minimum of twenty minutes, tending to check the achievement of educational goals through image recognition of a manual and descriptive power of the same, as well as capacity to relationship works with cultural / artistic contexts / Architectural de reference period .
Full argumentsThe Lombard period will be examined in its architectural and artsistic aspects on the basis of different sources: historical-literary, documentary, archaeological, as well as on the study of the artifacts still existing today. È prevista la visita ad uno o più siti e monumenti e ad una Mostra in programma nella primavera del 2017 a Pavia.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - L0050 STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE B - VERCELLI
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CourseMODERN HISTORY
Course IDL1182
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractLA STORIA MODERNA LA STORIA EUROPEA DELL'800 NEL CONTESTO MONDIALE
Reference texts1. Carlo Capra, Storia moderna (1492-1848), Firenze : Le Monnier università-Mondadori education, 2011 2. Choose one from the following: Darnton R., Il grande affare dei lumi: storia editoriale dell'Encyclopédie, 1775-1800, Adelphi 2012; Davis N. Z., La doppia vita di Leone l'Africano, Laterza 2008; Fragnito G., La Bibbia al rogo. La censura ecclesiastica e i volgarizzamenti della Scrittura 1471-1605, il Mulino 2003; Garcia-Arenal M., Wingers A., L’uomo dei tre mondi. Storia di Samuel Pallache, ebreo marocchino nell’Europa del Seicento, Viella 2013; Morelli F., Il mondo atlantico. Una storia senza confini secoli XV-XIX, Carocci 2013; Po-Chia Hsia R., Un gesuita nella città proibita Matteo Ricci 1552-1610, il Mulino 2013; Tackett T., In nome del popolo sovrano. Alle origini della rivoluzione francese Carocci 2006; Venturi F., Settecento riformatore, Einaudi 1998; Subrahmanyam S., Mondi connessi. La storia oltre l'eurocentrismo secoli XVI-XVIII, Carocci 2014; Wachtel N., La logica dei roghi, UTET, Torino 2010; Capra C., Gli italiani prima dell'Italia. Un lungo Settecento, dalla fine della Controriforma a Napoleone, Carocci, Roma 2014; Tortarolo E., L'invenzione della libertà di stampa. Censura e scrittori nel settecento, Carocci, Roma 2011 Compulsory reading: Alberto Mario Banti, L’età contemporanea. Dalle rivoluzioni settecentesche all’imperialismo, Laterza 2012 Karl Marx - Friedrich Engels, Il Manifesto del Partito Comunista, Torino, Einaudi 1998 Choose one from the following: Baily C., La nascita del mondo moderno 1780-1914, Torino, Einaudi 2007 Riall L., Garibaldi. L'invenzione di un eroe, Laterza 2007 Riall L., La rivolta. Bronte 1860, Laterza 2012 Isabella M., Il Risorgimento in esilio, Laterza 2011 Viarengo A., Cavour, Salerno 2011 Mosse G., La nazionalizzazione delle masse. Simbolismo politico e movimento di massa in Germania (1812-1933), il Mulino 2009 Burstin H., Antropologia della rivoluzione francese, Laterza 2015 Landes D., Prometeo liberato. Trasformazioni tecnologiche e sviluppo industriale nell'Europa occidentale dal 1750 ai giorni nostri, Einaudi 1978
Teaching targetsThis course aims at making the students familiar with the specificity of the historical texts and at engaging them in a critical study of the early modern period. It also stresses the importance of writing texts that use the historical vocabulary in a consistent way. This course aims at making the students familiar with the specificity of the historical texts and at engaging them in a critical study of the modern period. It also stresses the importance of writing texts that use the historical vocabulary in a consistent way
PrerequisitesNone None
Didattics Methodsoral lessons lecture-based
Grading ruleswritten test; the student will have to play three arguments on fundamental issues of the program 1. The examination consists of a written test on two open-ended questions (choice of three) to play in the classroom , in a question obliged to open-ended questions and 5 questions with closed answer. To complete the test is required to play in a report summary and evaluation of 10,000 characters home of a monograph to be chosen from among those listed in the bibliography list.
Full argumentsThis course will present the crucial topics of early modern history from the late Middle Ages to the French Revolution. A survey of the most relevant problems and events from 1789 to 1870.
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LP041 MODERN HISTORY A M-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA ROSSO Claudio
LP042 EUROPEAN HISTORY M-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA TORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
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CourseMODERN HISTORY A
Course IDLP041
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersROSSO Claudio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLA STORIA MODERNA
Reference texts1. Carlo Capra, Storia moderna (1492-1848), Firenze : Le Monnier università-Mondadori education, 2011 2. Choose one from the following: Darnton R., Il grande affare dei lumi: storia editoriale dell'Encyclopédie, 1775-1800, Adelphi 2012; Davis N. Z., La doppia vita di Leone l'Africano, Laterza 2008; Fragnito G., La Bibbia al rogo. La censura ecclesiastica e i volgarizzamenti della Scrittura 1471-1605, il Mulino 2003; Garcia-Arenal M., Wingers A., L’uomo dei tre mondi. Storia di Samuel Pallache, ebreo marocchino nell’Europa del Seicento, Viella 2013; Morelli F., Il mondo atlantico. Una storia senza confini secoli XV-XIX, Carocci 2013; Po-Chia Hsia R., Un gesuita nella città proibita Matteo Ricci 1552-1610, il Mulino 2013; Tackett T., In nome del popolo sovrano. Alle origini della rivoluzione francese Carocci 2006; Venturi F., Settecento riformatore, Einaudi 1998; Subrahmanyam S., Mondi connessi. La storia oltre l'eurocentrismo secoli XVI-XVIII, Carocci 2014; Wachtel N., La logica dei roghi, UTET, Torino 2010; Capra C., Gli italiani prima dell'Italia. Un lungo Settecento, dalla fine della Controriforma a Napoleone, Carocci, Roma 2014; Tortarolo E., L'invenzione della libertà di stampa. Censura e scrittori nel settecento, Carocci, Roma 2011
Teaching targetsThis course aims at making the students familiar with the specificity of the historical texts and at engaging them in a critical study of the early modern period. It also stresses the importance of writing texts that use the historical vocabulary in a consistent way.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsOral lessons
Grading ruleswritten test; the student will have to play three arguments on fundamental issues of the program
Full argumentsThis course will present the crucial topics of early modern history from the late Middle Ages to the French Revolution.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0030 STORIA MODERNA A - VERCELLI
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CourseEUROPEAN HISTORY
Course IDLP042
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
TeachersTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLA STORIA EUROPEA DELL'800 NEL CONTESTO MONDIALE
Reference textsCompulsory reading: Alberto Mario Banti, L’età contemporanea. Dalle rivoluzioni settecentesche all’imperialismo, Laterza 2012 Karl Marx - Friedrich Engels, Il Manifesto del Partito Comunista, Torino, Einaudi 1998 Choose one from the following: Baily C., La nascita del mondo moderno 1780-1914, Torino, Einaudi 2007 Riall L., Garibaldi. L'invenzione di un eroe, Laterza 2007 Riall L., La rivolta. Bronte 1860, Laterza 2012 Isabella M., Il Risorgimento in esilio, Laterza 2011 Viarengo A., Cavour, Salerno 2011 Mosse G., La nazionalizzazione delle masse. Simbolismo politico e movimento di massa in Germania (1812-1933), il Mulino 2009 Burstin H., Antropologia della rivoluzione francese, Laterza 2015 Landes D., Prometeo liberato. Trasformazioni tecnologiche e sviluppo industriale nell'Europa occidentale dal 1750 ai giorni nostri, Einaudi 1978
Teaching targetsThis course aims at making the students familiar with the specificity of the historical texts and at engaging them in a critical study of the modern period. It also stresses the importance of writing texts that use the historical vocabulary in a consistent way
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectured-based
Grading rules1. The examination consists of a written test on two open-ended questions (choice of three) to play in the classroom , in a question obliged to open-ended questions and 5 questions with closed answer. To complete the test is required to play in a report summary and evaluation of 10,000 characters home of a monograph to be chosen from among those listed in the bibliography list.
Full argumentsA survey of the most relevant problems and events from 1789 to 1870.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - LP042 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
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CourseMODERN HISTORY
Course IDL1182
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractLA STORIA MODERNA LA STORIA EUROPEA DELL'800 NEL CONTESTO MONDIALE
Reference texts1. Carlo Capra, Storia moderna (1492-1848), Firenze : Le Monnier università-Mondadori education, 2011 2. Choose one from the following: Darnton R., Il grande affare dei lumi: storia editoriale dell'Encyclopédie, 1775-1800, Adelphi 2012; Davis N. Z., La doppia vita di Leone l'Africano, Laterza 2008; Fragnito G., La Bibbia al rogo. La censura ecclesiastica e i volgarizzamenti della Scrittura 1471-1605, il Mulino 2003; Garcia-Arenal M., Wingers A., L’uomo dei tre mondi. Storia di Samuel Pallache, ebreo marocchino nell’Europa del Seicento, Viella 2013; Morelli F., Il mondo atlantico. Una storia senza confini secoli XV-XIX, Carocci 2013; Po-Chia Hsia R., Un gesuita nella città proibita Matteo Ricci 1552-1610, il Mulino 2013; Tackett T., In nome del popolo sovrano. Alle origini della rivoluzione francese Carocci 2006; Venturi F., Settecento riformatore, Einaudi 1998; Subrahmanyam S., Mondi connessi. La storia oltre l'eurocentrismo secoli XVI-XVIII, Carocci 2014; Wachtel N., La logica dei roghi, UTET, Torino 2010; Capra C., Gli italiani prima dell'Italia. Un lungo Settecento, dalla fine della Controriforma a Napoleone, Carocci, Roma 2014; Tortarolo E., L'invenzione della libertà di stampa. Censura e scrittori nel settecento, Carocci, Roma 2011 Compulsory reading: Alberto Mario Banti, L’età contemporanea. Dalle rivoluzioni settecentesche all’imperialismo, Laterza 2012 Karl Marx - Friedrich Engels, Il Manifesto del Partito Comunista, Torino, Einaudi 1998 Choose one from the following: Baily C., La nascita del mondo moderno 1780-1914, Torino, Einaudi 2007 Riall L., Garibaldi. L'invenzione di un eroe, Laterza 2007 Riall L., La rivolta. Bronte 1860, Laterza 2012 Isabella M., Il Risorgimento in esilio, Laterza 2011 Viarengo A., Cavour, Salerno 2011 Mosse G., La nazionalizzazione delle masse. Simbolismo politico e movimento di massa in Germania (1812-1933), il Mulino 2009 Burstin H., Antropologia della rivoluzione francese, Laterza 2015 Landes D., Prometeo liberato. Trasformazioni tecnologiche e sviluppo industriale nell'Europa occidentale dal 1750 ai giorni nostri, Einaudi 1978
Teaching targetsThis course aims at making the students familiar with the specificity of the historical texts and at engaging them in a critical study of the early modern period. It also stresses the importance of writing texts that use the historical vocabulary in a consistent way. This course aims at making the students familiar with the specificity of the historical texts and at engaging them in a critical study of the modern period. It also stresses the importance of writing texts that use the historical vocabulary in a consistent way
PrerequisitesNone None
Didattics Methodsoral lessons lecture-based
Grading ruleswritten test; the student will have to play three arguments on fundamental issues of the program 1. The examination consists of a written test on two open-ended questions (choice of three) to play in the classroom , in a question obliged to open-ended questions and 5 questions with closed answer. To complete the test is required to play in a report summary and evaluation of 10,000 characters home of a monograph to be chosen from among those listed in the bibliography list.
Full argumentsThis course will present the crucial topics of early modern history from the late Middle Ages to the French Revolution. A survey of the most relevant problems and events from 1789 to 1870.
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LP041 MODERN HISTORY A M-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA ROSSO Claudio
LP042 EUROPEAN HISTORY M-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA TORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
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CourseMODERN HISTORY A
Course IDLP041
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersROSSO Claudio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLA STORIA MODERNA
Reference texts1. Carlo Capra, Storia moderna (1492-1848), Firenze : Le Monnier università-Mondadori education, 2011 2. Choose one from the following: Darnton R., Il grande affare dei lumi: storia editoriale dell'Encyclopédie, 1775-1800, Adelphi 2012; Davis N. Z., La doppia vita di Leone l'Africano, Laterza 2008; Fragnito G., La Bibbia al rogo. La censura ecclesiastica e i volgarizzamenti della Scrittura 1471-1605, il Mulino 2003; Garcia-Arenal M., Wingers A., L’uomo dei tre mondi. Storia di Samuel Pallache, ebreo marocchino nell’Europa del Seicento, Viella 2013; Morelli F., Il mondo atlantico. Una storia senza confini secoli XV-XIX, Carocci 2013; Po-Chia Hsia R., Un gesuita nella città proibita Matteo Ricci 1552-1610, il Mulino 2013; Tackett T., In nome del popolo sovrano. Alle origini della rivoluzione francese Carocci 2006; Venturi F., Settecento riformatore, Einaudi 1998; Subrahmanyam S., Mondi connessi. La storia oltre l'eurocentrismo secoli XVI-XVIII, Carocci 2014; Wachtel N., La logica dei roghi, UTET, Torino 2010; Capra C., Gli italiani prima dell'Italia. Un lungo Settecento, dalla fine della Controriforma a Napoleone, Carocci, Roma 2014; Tortarolo E., L'invenzione della libertà di stampa. Censura e scrittori nel settecento, Carocci, Roma 2011
Teaching targetsThis course aims at making the students familiar with the specificity of the historical texts and at engaging them in a critical study of the early modern period. It also stresses the importance of writing texts that use the historical vocabulary in a consistent way.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsOral lessons
Grading ruleswritten test; the student will have to play three arguments on fundamental issues of the program
Full argumentsThis course will present the crucial topics of early modern history from the late Middle Ages to the French Revolution.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0030 STORIA MODERNA A - VERCELLI
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CourseEUROPEAN HISTORY
Course IDLP042
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
TeachersTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractEuropean histopry in the 19th century in a global context
Reference textsCompulsory reading: Alberto Mario Banti, L’età contemporanea. Dalle rivoluzioni settecentesche all’imperialismo, Laterza 2012 Karl Marx - Friedrich Engels, Il Manifesto del Partito Comunista, Torino, Einaudi 1998 Choose one from the following: Baily C., La nascita del mondo moderno 1780-1914, Torino, Einaudi 2007 Riall L., Garibaldi. L'invenzione di un eroe, Laterza 2007 Riall L., La rivolta. Bronte 1860, Laterza 2012 Isabella M., Il Risorgimento in esilio, Laterza 2011 Viarengo A., Cavour, Salerno 2011 Mosse G., La nazionalizzazione delle masse. Simbolismo politico e movimento di massa in Germania (1812-1933), il Mulino 2009 Burstin H., Antropologia della rivoluzione francese, Laterza 2015 Landes D., Prometeo liberato. Trasformazioni tecnologiche e sviluppo industriale nell'Europa occidentale dal 1750 ai giorni nostri, Einaudi 1978
Teaching targetsThis course aims at making the students familiar with the specificity of the historical texts and at engaging them in a critical study of the modern period. It also stresses the importance of writing texts that use the historical vocabulary in a consistent way
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectured-based
Grading rules1. The students will write a text on two subjects, a text on Marx' Manifesto. They will also have to answer 5 multiple-choice questions. Students also have a write a report on a specialized volume to be chosen from a list.
Full argumentsA survey of the most relevant problems and events from 1789 to 1870.
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LETTERE (1722) - L0689 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0689 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0689 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0689 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0689 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0689 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0689 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0689 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0689 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0689 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0689 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
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CourseSOCIAL HISTORY OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
Course IDLE0170
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTORRE Angelo
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractSTORIA MODERNA E CULTURA MATERIALE STORIA DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURALE
Reference textsRenata Ago, Gusto for Things: A History of Objects in Seventeenth-century Rome, 2013; Raffaella Sarti, Man at home : domesticities, authority, emotions and work, 2015; Daniel Roche, The culture of clothing : dress and fashion in the "ancien regime", 1996; Sidney Mintz, Sweetness and power : the place of sugar in modern history, 1985. Regular attenders: -Carlo Tosco, I beni culturali. Storia, tutela e valorizzazione, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2014. -S. Mosley, Storia globale dell'ambiente, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2013. Non-attenders - in addition to the above mentioned books: -G. Corona, Breve storia dell'ambiente in Italia, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2015.
Teaching targetsTo know and to understand the interpretative categories of the history of early modern society, and to interpret the formation of these categories, the general problems. To communicate these contents even in divulgative form, and to be able to sort out texts and sources in order to reconstruct the history of early modern society. Understanding the history of the cultural heritage, and its meaning today. Knowing how to evaluate and argue the problems associated with the current discussions about cultural heritage. Understand and communicate the complexity of cultural heritage and its history.
PrerequisitesNone None
Didattics MethodsLectures oral lessons; discussion and illustration of bibliography
Other informationsNone Students of the Master of Science who have already taken the course in three years and intend to repeat it are asked to contact the teacher to define the program . activation of the course to DIR
Grading rulesoral examination testing on general aspects of each of the books listed in the bibliography Oral examination. The questions will cover topics treated in the bibliography , and , for attending students , the topics discussed in class. It will verify the candidates' ability to integrate , within the discussion of more specific aspects , the general issues of the discipline .
Full argumentsThe course aims to study the stock of objects which characterises early modern society. Daily life, agrarian and productive practices, as well as knowledge, warfare and religion will be concretely studied. Their continuities and transformations will constitute a basis for the analysis of the basic features and tensions of early modern society The course will focus on the definition of the term “cultural heritage”, and on its variations over time and in different contexts, with a part dedicated to the current debate in Italy. Will be explained in particular the link that collections of objects have with the history of cultural heritage, and with many disciplines (history, history of art, natural sciences, anthropology, ...). A part of the course will focus on landscape history and environmental history.
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Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0171 HISTORY OF MODERN SOCIETY M-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA TORRE Angelo
LE0172 HISTORY OF CULTURAL HERITAGE M-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA TIGRINO Vittorio
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CourseHISTORY OF MODERN SOCIETY
Course IDLE0171
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTORRE Angelo
TeachersTORRE Angelo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItaòian
AbstractSTORIA MODERNA E CULTURA MATERIALE
Reference textsRenata Ago, Gusto for Things: A History of Objects in Seventeenth-century Rome, 2013; Raffaella Sarti, Man at home : domesticities, authority, emotions and work, 2015; Daniel Roche, The culture of clothing : dress and fashion in the "ancien regime", 1996; Sidney Mintz, Sweetness and power : the place of sugar in modern history, 1985.
Teaching targetsTo know and to understand the interpretative categories of the history of early modern society, and to interpret the formation of these categories, the general problems. To communicate these contents even in divulgative form, and to be able to sort out texts and sources in order to reconstruct the history of early modern society.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures
Grading rulesoral examination testing on general aspects of each of the books listed in the bibliography
Full argumentsThe course aims to study the stock of objects which characterises early modern society. Daily life, agrarian and productive practices, as well as knowledge, warfare and religion will be concretely studied. Their continuities and transformations will constitute a basis for the analysis of the basic features and tensions of early modern society
Course borrowed toLETTERE (1722) - LE0171 STORIA DELLA SOCIETÀ MODERNA - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - LE0201 STORIA DELLA SOCIETÀ MODERNA - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - LE0201 STORIA DELLA SOCIETÀ MODERNA - VERCELLI
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CourseHISTORY OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
Course IDLE0172
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersTIGRINO Vittorio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURALE
Reference textsRegular attenders: -Carlo Tosco, I beni culturali. Storia, tutela e valorizzazione, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2014. -S. Mosley, Storia globale dell'ambiente, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2013. Non-attenders - in addition to the above mentioned books: -G. Corona, Breve storia dell'ambiente in Italia, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2015.
Teaching targetsUnderstanding the history of the cultural heritage, and its meaning today. Knowing how to evaluate and argue the problems associated with the current discussions about cultural heritage. Understand and communicate the complexity of cultural heritage and its history.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics Methodsoral lessons; discussion and illustration of bibliography
Other informationsStudents of the Master of Science who have already taken the course in three years and intend to repeat it are asked to contact the teacher to define the program . Activation of the course of DIR .
Grading rulesOral examination. The questions will cover topics treated in the bibliography , and , for attending students , the topics discussed in class. It will verify the candidates' ability to integrate , within the discussion of more specific aspects , the general issues of the discipline .
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the definition of the term “cultural heritage”, and on its variations over time and in different contexts, with a part dedicated to the current debate in Italy. Will be explained in particular the link that collections of objects have with the history of cultural heritage, and with many disciplines (history, history of art, natural sciences, anthropology, ...). A part of the course will focus on landscape history and environmental history.
Course borrowed fromFILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - LE0115 STORIA DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURALE - VERCELLI
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CourseARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY OF GREEK AND ROMAN ART B
Course IDL0072
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderZOPPI Carlo
TeachersZOPPI Carlo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/07 - ARCHEOLOGIA CLASSICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSELINUNTE. UNA POLIS DELLA SICILIA GRECA
Reference textsS. Tusa (a cura di), Selinunte, Roma, L'Erma, 2010; G.F. La Torre, Sicilia e Magna Grecia. Archeologia della colonizzazione greca d’Occidente, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2011. Students not attending classes: E. Lippolis, M. Livadiotti, G. Rocco, Architettura greca. Storia e monumenti del mondo della polis dalle origini al V secolo, Milano, Bruno Mondadori, 2007, pp. 108-128, 161-175, 253-279, 335-353, 394-421, 481-489, 777-844, 863-909; E. Greco, Archeologia della Grecità occidentale 1. La Magna Grecia, Bologna, Monduzzi Editore, 2008; M. Congiu, Gela. Topografia e sviluppo urbano, Caltanissetta, Sciascia Editore, 2015; T. Ismaelli, Archeologia del culto a Gela. Il santuario del Predio Sola, Bari, Edipuglia,2011.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of essential outlines and key themes of Greek architecture and art history. Knowledge of appropriate language for the subject. Analytical and critical skills on ancient architectural and artistic forms.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of the outlines of Archaic and Classical Greek history.
Didattics MethodsLectures
Other informationsAttendance is recommended .
Grading rulesOral examination. Questions related to class discussed images and those contained in the listed textbooks
Full argumentsArchitecture and sculpture in a city of Greek Sicily.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - L0072 ARCHEOLOGIA E STORIA DELL'ARTE GRECA E ROMANA B - VERCELLI
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CourseARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY OF GREEK AND ROMAN ART B
Course IDL0072
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderZOPPI Carlo
TeachersZOPPI Carlo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/07 - ARCHEOLOGIA CLASSICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSELINUNTE. UNA POLIS DELLA SICILIA GRECA
Reference textsS. Tusa (a cura di), Selinunte, Roma, L'Erma, 2010; G.F. La Torre, Sicilia e Magna Grecia. Archeologia della colonizzazione greca d’Occidente, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2011. Students not attending classes: E. Lippolis, M. Livadiotti, G. Rocco, Architettura greca. Storia e monumenti del mondo della polis dalle origini al V secolo, Milano, Bruno Mondadori, 2007, pp. 108-128, 161-175, 253-279, 335-353, 394-421, 481-489, 777-844, 863-909; E. Greco, Archeologia della Grecità occidentale 1. La Magna Grecia, Bologna, Monduzzi Editore, 2008; M. Congiu, Gela. Topografia e sviluppo urbano, Caltanissetta, Sciascia Editore, 2015; T. Ismaelli, Archeologia del culto a Gela. Il santuario del Predio Sola, Bari, Edipuglia,2011.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of essential outlines and key themes of Greek architecture and art history. Knowledge of appropriate language for the subject. Analytical and critical skills on ancient architectural and artistic forms.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of the outlines of Archaic and Classical Greek history.
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons
Other informationsAttendance is recommended
Grading rulesOral examination. Questions related to class discussed images and those contained in the listed textbooks
Full argumentsArchitecture and sculpture in a city of Greek Sicily.
Course borrowed toLETTERE (1722) - L0072 ARCHEOLOGIA E STORIA DELL'ARTE GRECA E ROMANA B - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0072 ARCHEOLOGIA E STORIA DELL'ARTE GRECA E ROMANA B - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1064 ARCHEOLOGIA E STORIA DELL'ARTE GRECA E ROMANA I M - VERCELLI
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CourseCOMPARATIVE LITERATURES A
Course IDL0090
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSINI Stefania Irene
TeachersSINI Stefania Irene
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/14 - CRITICA LETTERARIA E LETTERATURE COMPARATE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractPARTE ISTITUZIONALE: TEORIE E ANALISI DELLA NARRAZIONE PARTE MONOGRAFICA: VOCI DELLA RIVOLUZIONE RUSSA
Reference textsInstitutional part: - PAOLO GIOVANNETTI, Il racconto. Letteratura, cinema, televisone, Roma, Carocci, 2012. Monographic part: - MIKHAIL BULGAKOV, The White Guard - VLADIMIR MAJAKOVSKY, Ode to the Revolution - BORIS PASTERNAK, The Doctor Zhivago Films - NIKITA MIKHALKOV, A Slave of Love (Раба любвы) (1975) - WARREN BEATTY, Reds (1981) Supplementary reading for not attending students: - JOHN REEDS, Ten Days that Shook the World.
Teaching targetsBasic knowledge of literary criticism and literary theory. Ability in analyzing and comparing texts belonging to different historical and cultural contexts, literary traditions, genres. Competence in aknowledging rhetorical strategies, stylistic devices, structural composition of literary works. Knowledge of some literary texts which document the epochal turning point of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and reflect on it through their specific aesthetic, diegetic and compositional choices.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of history of italian, european and extra-european literature
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, text readings, projections of films, discussions. The students who wish, can present, singularly or in group, to the class a text or a film of the programme.
Other informationsIt requires classroom suitable to the number of students .
Grading rulesWritten or oral choice . Questions about the theory and narrative methodology ( institutional part ) ; Reading and narratological analysis of texts ; Their comments and interpretation in the light of the issues addressed during the course in the monographic .
Full argumentsThe institutional part of the course aims at providing the basic theoretical and methodological instruments for the analysis of narrative text, with particular attention to the most recent proposals. The monographic part aims at examining and comparing some examples of narrative and poetic representation of the Russian Revolution of 1917, with its effects on the characters' destinies, and on the bearing joints of the plot.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - LP006 LETTERATURE COMPARATE A - VERCELLI
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CourseCONTEMPORARY HISTORY A
Course IDL0032
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARIANO Marco
TeachersMARIANO Marco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/04 - STORIA CONTEMPORANEA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractINTRODUZIONE ALLA STORIA CONTEMPORANEA: LE PAROLE-CHIAVE DEL 900
Reference texts1) Paolo Viola, Storia moderna e contemporanea. Il novecento, Torino, Eiunaudi, 2000 2) Tommaso Detti, Giovanni Gozzini, Storia Contemporanea. Il 900 Milano, Bruno Mondadori, 2010 (later editions of both books are accepted)
Teaching targetsMajor goals are: familiarizing with major events as well as logical/chronological/spatial connections, understanding primary documents set in their cultural and political context, critically engaging textbooks, planning study-at-home activity based on topics and materials discussed in class
Prerequisitesconoscenze storiche di base a livello di liceo/scuola superiore
Didattics Methodslectures with audio/vdo materials
Grading ruleswritten exam : short essay , test with open-ended questions and closed
Full argumentsThe course discusses the history of Italy and Europe since the late 19th century, with a strong focus on political and institutional history and on international and transnational relations at the economic and cultural level. It is structured on kewwords (nation state and empire, totalitarianism, total war, mass society) which are both defined at the theoretical level and exemplified at the empirical level.
Course borrowed fromFILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0032 STORIA CONTEMPORANEA A - VERCELLI
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CourseCONTEMPORARY HISTORY A
Course IDL0032
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARIANO Marco
TeachersMARIANO Marco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/04 - STORIA CONTEMPORANEA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractINTRODUZIONE ALLA STORIA CONTEMPORANEA: LE PAROLE-CHIAVE DEL 900
Reference texts1) Paolo Viola, Storia moderna e contemporanea. Il novecento, Torino, Eiunaudi, 2000 2) Tommaso Detti, Giovanni Gozzini, Storia Contemporanea. Il 900 Milano, Bruno Mondadori, 2010 (later editions of both books are accepted)
Teaching targetsMajor goals are: familiarizing with major events as well as logical/chronological/spatial connections, understanding primary documents set in their cultural and political context, critically engaging textbooks, planning study-at-home activity based on topics and materials discussed in class
Prerequisitesconoscenze storiche di base a livello di liceo/scuola superiore
Didattics Methodslectures with audio/vdo materials
Grading ruleswritten exam : short essay , test with open-ended questions and closed
Full argumentsThe course discusses the history of Italy and Europe since the late 19th century, with a strong focus on political and institutional history and on international and transnational relations at the economic and cultural level. It is structured on kewwords (nation state and empire, totalitarianism, total war, mass society) which are both defined at the theoretical level and exemplified at the empirical level.
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CourseCONTEMPORARY HISTORY D
Course IDL0843
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARIANO Marco
TeachersMARIANO Marco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/04 - STORIA CONTEMPORANEA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLE RELAZIONI TRANSATLANTICHE NEL MONDO CONTEMPORANEO, 1776-1989
Reference textselected chapters of the following books will be indicated during the course: 1)Guido Formigoni, Storia della politica internazionale nell'età contemporanea, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2006 2) Mario Del Pero, Libertà e Impero. L'America e il mondo, 1776-2006, Roma, Laterza, 2008 3) Marco Mariano, L'America nell'"Occidente". Storia della dottrina Monroe, 1823-1963, Roma, Carocci, 2013 (later editions are accepted)
Teaching targetsThe main goals of this course are: providing an advanced knowledge of political, economic, and cultural relations between the US and the world, with a strong focus on Europe; stimulate the ability to draw causal connections and analyze chronological/spatial connections between different eras and areas; offer a basic overview on historiography which enables to approach critically different intepretations of historical events and processes.
PrerequisitesIt is suggested, althugh not formally required, that students take this exam after Storia Contemporanea A
Didattics Methodslectures based on audio/video materials
Grading ruleswritten or oral test (your choice)
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the major events and developments in the relations between the US and Europe since the years of the revolution and independence. The focus is both on the international dimension (relations among states) and on the transnational dimension, that is flows of goods, people and ideas across the Atlantic world. The course revolves around three major themes: 1) the interplay between domestic politics and the growing international influence of the U.S. along the 20th century 2) changing notions of the idea of freedom as a key element in America’s self-image and worldview 3) the relation between values and interests in shaping US attitude toward Europe and the global arena.
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CourseCONTEMPORARY HISTORY D
Course IDL0843
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARIANO Marco
TeachersMARIANO Marco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/04 - STORIA CONTEMPORANEA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLE RELAZIONI TRANSATLANTICHE NEL MONDO CONTEMPORANEO, 1776-1989
Reference textselected chapters of the following books will be indicated during the course: 1)Guido Formigoni, Storia della politica internazionale nell'età contemporanea, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2006 2) Mario Del Pero, Libertà e Impero. L'America e il mondo, 1776-2006, Roma, Laterza, 2008 3) Marco Mariano, L'America nell'"Occidente". Storia della dottrina Monroe, 1823-1963, Roma, Carocci, 2013 (later editions are accepted)
Teaching targetsThe main goals of this course are: providing an advanced knowledge of political, economic, and cultural relations between the US and the world, with a strong focus on Europe; stimulate the ability to draw causal connections and analyze chronological/spatial connections between different eras and areas; offer a basic overview on historiography which enables to approach critically different intepretations of historical events and processes.
PrerequisitesIt is suggested, althugh not formally required, that students take this exam after Storia Contemporanea A
Didattics Methodslectures based on audio/video materials
Grading ruleswritten or oral test (your choice)
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the major events and developments in the relations between the US and Europe since the years of the revolution and independence. The focus is both on the international dimension (relations among states) and on the transnational dimension, that is flows of goods, people and ideas across the Atlantic world. The course revolves around three major themes: 1) the interplay between domestic politics and the growing international influence of the U.S. along the 20th century 2) changing notions of the idea of freedom as a key element in America’s self-image and worldview 3) the relation between values and interests in shaping US attitude toward Europe and the global arena.
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CourseCONTEMPORARY HISTORY F
Course IDLE0010
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARIANO Marco
TeachersMARIANO Marco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/04 - STORIA CONTEMPORANEA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractINTRODUZIONE ALLA STORIA CONTEMPORANEA: LE PAROLE-CHIAVE DEL 900
Reference texts1) Paolo Viola, Storia moderna e contemporanea. Il novecento, Torino, Eiunaudi, 2000 2) Tommaso Detti, Giovanni Gozzini, Storia Contemporanea. Il 900 Milano, Bruno Mondadori, 2010 (later editions of both books are accepted)
Teaching targetsMajor goals are: familiarizing with major events as well as logical/chronological/spatial connections, understanding primary documents set in their cultural and political context, critically engaging textbooks, planning study-at-home activity based on topics and materials discussed in class
Prerequisitesbasic, high-school level knowledge of historical events
Didattics Methodslectures with audio/vdo materials
Grading ruleswritten exam : short essay , test with open-ended questions and closed
Full argumentsThe course discusses the history of Italy and Europe since the late 19th century, with a strong focus on political and institutional history and on international and transnational relations at the economic and cultural level. It is structured on kewwords (nation state and empire, totalitarianism, total war, mass society) which are both defined at the theoretical level and exemplified at the empirical level.
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CourseCULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY A
Course IDL0109
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso
TeachersSCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-DEA/01 - DISCIPLINE DEMOETNOANTROPOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractDAL SELVAGGIO OTTOCENTESCO AL MIGRANTE GLOBALE: I GRANDI TEMI DELL'ANTROPOLOGIA DEL XIX AL XXI SECOLO
Reference textsScarduelli, Antropologia. Orizzonti e campi d'indagine, Edizioni dell'Orso (eccetto cap. 3) Scarduelli, I riti del potere, Carocci Un libro a scelta da una lista che verrà distribuita all'inizio del corso
Teaching targetsTo acquire the following abilities: detailed description, clearness of exposition with a proper technical language, autnomous bibliographic research
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures
Other informationsmandatory attendance
Grading rulesoral exam with at least one question on each of the three texts in the program
Full argumentsThe course is designed to provide a challanging encounter with the anthropological concept of culture and the main issues of the anthropology of the XX century: the evolution of Man, the inccest taboo, the exchange of women, ceremonial exchanges, reciprocity, ancestors' cult, shamanism. Finally a short presentation of the newest research perspective on the global world will be set out.
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CourseCULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY B
Course IDL0110
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso
TeachersSCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-DEA/01 - DISCIPLINE DEMOETNOANTROPOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractI RITI DEL POTERE
Reference textsScarduelli, Antropologia. Orizzonti e campi di indagine, Edizioni dell'Orso (solo i capp. 7 e 8) Scarduelli, i riti del potere, Carocci 2 a scelta dalla seguente lista: Scarduelli, Sciamani, stregoni, sacerdoti, Sellerio Scarduelli, Antropologia del rito, Bollati-Boringhieri Kertzer, Riti e simboli del potere, Laterza Tambiah, Rituali e cultura, il Mulino Huntington & Metcalf, Celebrazioni della morte, il Mulino Bellagamba, L'Africa e la stregoneria, Laterza Comba, Antropologia delle religioni, Laterza
Teaching targetsTo acquire specific abilites: to understand theories concerning the field of religion and ritual, to discuss ethnographical cases with proper, technical language, to carry out bibliographic researches.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures
Other informationsmandatory attendance
Grading rulesoral exam with at least one question on each of the texts in program
Full argumentsWhy rituals exist? Why the rituals are used by the power? In order to answer these questions the ritual behaviour of other species and Hominids will be analysed as well as the emotional, cognitive and social sides of human rituals. The different functions of the rituals of power will be explored through a wide range of case studies.
Course borrowed fromFILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0110 ANTROPOLOGIA CULTURALE B - VERCELLI
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CourseETHNOLOGY A
Course IDL0045
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPORPORATO Davide
TeachersPORPORATO Davide
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-DEA/01 - DISCIPLINE DEMOETNOANTROPOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLINEAMENTI DI ETNOLOGIA
Reference texts1. Clemente P., Mugnaini F. (a cura di) (2001), Oltre il folklore. Tradizioni popolari e antropologia nella società contemporanea, Roma, Carocci. 2. Bravo G.L. (2013), Italiani all’alba del nuovo millennio, Milano, FrancoAngeli (esclusi i capitoli 1 e 2).
Teaching targetsTo master the topics of the module. To conduct field and bibliographic research.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons
Other informationsStudents who enter the discipline ETNOLOGIA MAGISTRALE in the curriculum must be agreed with the teacher the exam program .
Grading rulesThe exam is structured as follows : - Knowledge of the book " Italian dawn of the new millennium " will be evaluated by a computerized test consists of thirty multiple-choice questions . The time allowed to complete the test is thirty minutes. - The remainder of the program will be assessed by written or oral test chosen by the student . In the written test , the candidate will have to show his knowledge on four topics defined by the teacher . The time allowed to complete the test is 60 minutes .
Full argumentsThe module aims at introducing the students to the main ethnological categories and methods of the discipline. At the end of the module the students should be able to discuss the topics of the module in technical terms and conducting bibliographic and field research.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0045 ETNOLOGIA A - VERCELLI
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CourseETHNOLOGY B
Course IDL0046
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPORPORATO Davide
TeachersPORPORATO Davide
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-DEA/01 - DISCIPLINE DEMOETNOANTROPOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractI PATRIMONI CULTURALI ETNOANTROPOLOGICI
Reference texts1. Bonato L., Viazzo P. P. (a cura di) (2013), Antropologia e beni culturali nelle alpi. Studiare, valorizzare, restituire, Alessandria, Edizioni dell'Orso. 2. Grimaldi P., Picciau M. (a cura di), Popoli senza frontiere. Cibi e riti delle minoranze linguistiche storiche d’Italia, Bra, Slow Food Editore – Università di Scienze Gastronomiche.
Teaching targetsTo master the topics of the module. To conduct field and bibliographic research.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons.
Grading rulesKnowledge of the volumes will be assessed by written or oral test chosen by the student . In the written test , the candidate will have to show his knowledge on four topics defined by the teacher . The time allowed to complete the test is 60 minutes .
Full argumentsThe module addresses theoretical, methodological and technical aspects related to the ethno-anthropological cultural heritage. In particular the module will investigate the aspects of recognition, recovery and communication of cultural heritage. It will give particular importance to the issues of preservation and enhancement of those cultural (tangible and intangible) heritage that characterize the post-modern society.
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CourseEUROPEAN HISTORY
Course IDL0689
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
TeachersTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLA STORIA EUROPEA DELL'800 NEL CONTESTO MONDIALE
Reference textsCompulsory reading: Alberto Mario Banti, L’età contemporanea. Dalle rivoluzioni settecentesche all’imperialismo, Laterza 2012 Karl Marx - Friedrich Engels, Il Manifesto del Partito Comunista, Torino, Einaudi 1998 Choose one from the following: Baily C., La nascita del mondo moderno 1780-1914, Torino, Einaudi 2007 Riall L., Garibaldi. L'invenzione di un eroe, Laterza 2007 Riall L., La rivolta. Bronte 1860, Laterza 2012 Isabella M., Il Risorgimento in esilio, Laterza 2011 Viarengo A., Cavour, Salerno 2011 Mosse G., La nazionalizzazione delle masse. Simbolismo politico e movimento di massa in Germania (1812-1933), il Mulino 2009 Burstin H., Antropologia della rivoluzione francese, Laterza 2015 Landes D., Prometeo liberato. Trasformazioni tecnologiche e sviluppo industriale nell'Europa occidentale dal 1750 ai giorni nostri, Einaudi 1978
Teaching targetsThis course aims at making the students familiar with the specificity of the historical texts and at engaging them in a critical study of the modern period. It also stresses the importance of writing texts that use the historical vocabulary in a consistent way
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics Methodslecture-based
Grading rules1. The examination consists of a written test on two open-ended questions (choice of three) to play in the classroom , in a question obliged to open-ended questions and 5 questions with closed answer. To complete the test is required to play in a report summary and evaluation of 10,000 characters home of a monograph to be chosen from among those listed in the bibliography list.
Full argumentsA survey of the most relevant problems and events from 1789 to 1870.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - LP042 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
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CourseEUROPEAN HISTORY
Course IDL0689
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
TeachersTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLA STORIA EUROPEA DELL'800 NEL CONTESTO MONDIALE
Reference textsCompulsory reading: Alberto Mario Banti, L’età contemporanea. Dalle rivoluzioni settecentesche all’imperialismo, Laterza 2012 Karl Marx - Friedrich Engels, Il Manifesto del Partito Comunista, Torino, Einaudi 1998 Choose one from the following: Baily C., La nascita del mondo moderno 1780-1914, Torino, Einaudi 2007 Riall L., Garibaldi. L'invenzione di un eroe, Laterza 2007 Riall L., La rivolta. Bronte 1860, Laterza 2012 Isabella M., Il Risorgimento in esilio, Laterza 2011 Viarengo A., Cavour, Salerno 2011 Mosse G., La nazionalizzazione delle masse. Simbolismo politico e movimento di massa in Germania (1812-1933), il Mulino 2009 Burstin H., Antropologia della rivoluzione francese, Laterza 2015 Landes D., Prometeo liberato. Trasformazioni tecnologiche e sviluppo industriale nell'Europa occidentale dal 1750 ai giorni nostri, Einaudi 1978
Teaching targetsThis course aims at making the students familiar with the specificity of the historical texts and at engaging them in a critical study of the modern period. It also stresses the importance of writing texts that use the historical vocabulary in a consistent way
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics Methodslecture-based
Grading rules1. The examination consists of a written test on two open-ended questions (choice of three) to play in the classroom , in a question obliged to open-ended questions and 5 questions with closed answer. To complete the test is required to play in a report summary and evaluation of 10,000 characters home of a monograph to be chosen from among those listed in the bibliography list.
Full argumentsA survey of the most relevant problems and events from 1789 to 1870.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - LP042 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
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CourseGENERAL LINGUISTICS A
Course IDL0092
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCASTAGNETO Marina
TeachersCASTAGNETO Marina
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/01 - GLOTTOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractINTRODUZIONE ALLA LINGUISTICA GENERALE
Reference texts(For foreigner students only, instead of the previous bibliography in Italian): Yule, G. The study of language, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
Teaching targetsThe students should be acquainted with the basic notions of the main linguistic fields. phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, typology. They should recognize the main features of the language as a sign system, they should be able to transcribe words and sentences in IPA alphabet, to segment a sentence in morphemes, to build up a syntactic tree, to distinguish the kind of morphologic an syntactic typology of different languages.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsTheorical and practical lessons
Other informationsThere will be exercises to help students in learning
Grading rulesWritten test
Full argumentsThis course aims to present what a language is. After having showed how human language works as a sign system, we will deal with the main fields of linguistics: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, llinguistic typology. All the linguistic levels will be exemplified on different European and Extra-european languages, but a particular attention will be paid to English, Frenche, Spanish and German.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0092 LINGUISTICA GENERALE A - VERCELLI
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CourseGENERAL LINGUISTICS A
Course IDL0092
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCASTAGNETO Marina
TeachersCASTAGNETO Marina
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/01 - GLOTTOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractINTRODUZIONE ALLA LINGUISTICA GENERALE
Reference texts(For foreigner students only, instead of the previous bibliography in Italian): Yule, G. The study of language, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
Teaching targetsThe students should be acquainted with the basic notions of the main linguistic fields. phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, typology. They should recognize the main features of the language as a sign system, they should be able to transcribe words and sentences in IPA alphabet, to segment a sentence in morphemes, to build up a syntactic tree, to distinguish the kind of morphologic an syntactic typology of different languages.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsTheorical and practical lessons
Other informationsThere will be exercises to help students in learning
Grading rulesWritten test
Full argumentsThis course aims to present what a language is. After having showed how human language works as a sign system, we will deal with the main fields of linguistics: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, llinguistic typology. All the linguistic levels will be exemplified on different European and Extra-european languages, but a particular attention will be paid to English, Frenche, Spanish and German.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0092 LINGUISTICA GENERALE A - VERCELLI
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CourseGEOGRAPHY
Course IDL0976
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBRUSA Carlo Angelo
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractENVIRONMENTAL, CULTURAL, SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND HISTORICAL COMPONENTS OF THE TERRITORIAL ASSETS. HUMAN GEOGRAPHY FOR THE STUDY OF THE WORLD TODAY PROBLEMS.
Reference textsDAGRADI P., CENCINI C., Compendio di Geografia umana, Bologna, Patron, latest ediction; FRÉMONT A., Vi piace la geografia?, Roma, Carocci, (trad. a cura di D. Gavinelli), latest ediction; MASCIA M., TINTORI C., Nutrire il pianeta?, Milano, Bruno Mondadori, 2015; MINCA C., COLOMBINO A., Breve manuale di geografia umana, Padova, Cedam, 2013.
Teaching targetsThe student will be able to distinguish and recognize the main characteristics of the social and economic organization of the earth surface; he/she will also be able to use the basic geographical concepts to orient himself/herself in the interpretation of the territory The student will acquire cognitive maps that will allow him/her to understand the role of humanity in shaping the organization of the territory, starting from the near dimension of everyday places and later addressing far case studies, with a specific attention towards the construction of the concepts of “elsewhere” and “other”
PrerequisitesBasic geographical knowledges at the high-school level
Didattics MethodsLectures and possible fieldtrips; map analysis and interpretation
Grading rulesThe exam consists of a written test with open questions (duration an hour ), possibly supplemented by an oral interview. The questions concern the subjects of the lessons and the reference books.
Full argumentsStarting from an overview of the historical development of the nineteenth-century international geographical thought (6 hours of class) and of the first part of the twentieth-century (6 hours of class), the course will analyze the man-environment relationship, with the related environmental problems (6 hours of class). The second part of the course will focus on the analysis of the influence that the cultural factors (6 hours of class), the socio-historical factors (6 hours of class) and the political-economic factors (6 hours of class) have on the territorial asset Human geography in today’s world (6 hours of class). Landscapes, spaces of rootedness and spaces of alienation (6 hours of class). Social and cultural geography (6 hours of class). Territories, “geographies”, citizenship (6 hours of class). The city and the countryside, yesterday and today (6 hours of class). The legacy of “Expo 2015: Feeding the planet, energy for life”, the "Protocol of Milan" (6 hours class).
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Course ID Course SSD Teachers
L0919 GEOGRAFIA A M-GGR/01 - GEOGRAFIA BRUSA Carlo Angelo
L0977 GEOGRAFIA UMANA M-GGR/01 - GEOGRAFIA BRUSA Carlo Angelo
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CourseGEOGRAFIA A
Course IDL0919
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBRUSA Carlo Angelo
TeachersBRUSA Carlo Angelo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-GGR/01 - GEOGRAFIA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractENVIRONMENTAL, CULTURAL, SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND HISTORICAL COMPONENTS OF THE TERRITORIAL ASSETS
Reference textsDAGRADI P., CENCINI C., Compendio di Geografia umana, Bologna, Patron, latest edition; FRÉMONT A., Vi piace la geografia?, Roma, Carocci, (trad. a cura di D. Gavinelli), latest edition.
Teaching targetsThe student will be able to distinguish and recognize the main characteristics of the social and economic organization of the earth surface; he/she will also be able to use the basic geographical concepts to orient himself/herself in the interpretation of the territory
PrerequisitesBasic geographical knowledges at the high-school level
Didattics MethodsLectures and possible fieldtrips; map analysis and interpretation
Grading rulesThe exam consists of a written test with open questions (duration an hour ), possibly supplemented by an oral interview. The questions concern the subjects of the lessons and the reference books.
Full argumentsStarting from an overview of the historical development of the nineteenth-century international geographical thought (6 hours of class) and of the first part of the twentieth-century (6 hours of class), the course will analyze the man-environment relationship, with the related environmental problems (6 hours of class). The second part of the course will focus on the analysis of the influence that the cultural factors (6 hours of class), the socio-historical factors (6 hours of class) and the political-economic factors (6 hours of class) have on the territorial asset.
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CourseGEOGRAFIA UMANA
Course IDL0977
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBRUSA Carlo Angelo
TeachersBRUSA Carlo Angelo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-GGR/01 - GEOGRAFIA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLA GEOGRAFIA UMANA PER LO STUDIO DEL MONDO ATTUALE
Reference textsMASCIA M., TINTORI C., Nutrire il pianeta?, Milano, Bruno Mondadori, 2015 MINCA C., COLOMBINO A., Breve manuale di geografia umana, Padova, Cedam, 2013.
Teaching targetsThe student will acquire cognitive maps that will allow him/her to understand the role of humanity in shaping the organization of the territory, starting from the near dimension of everyday places and later addressing far case studies, with a specific attention towards the construction of the concepts of “elsewhere” and “other”
PrerequisitesBasic geographical knowledge from an introductory course in geography
Didattics MethodsLectures and possible fieldtrips; map analysis and interpretation
Grading rulesWritten test. The exam consists of a written test with open questions of varying duration (roughly an hour ) , possibly supplemented with an oral exam
Full argumentsHuman geography in today’s world (6 hours of class). Landscapes, spaces of rootedness and spaces of alienation (6 hours of class). Social and cultural geography (6 hours of class). Territories, “geographies”, citizenship (6 hours of class). The city and the countryside, yesterday and today (6 hours of class). The legacy of “Expo 2015: Feeding the planet, energy for life”, the "Protocol of Milan" (6 hours class)
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CourseGEOGRAPHY
Course IDL0976
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBRUSA Carlo Angelo
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractENVIRONMENTAL, CULTURAL, SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND HISTORICAL COMPONENTS OF THE TERRITORIAL ASSETS. HUMAN GEOGRAPHY FOR THE STUDY OF THE WORLD TODAY PROBLEMS.
Reference textsDAGRADI P., CENCINI C., Compendio di Geografia umana, Bologna, Patron, latest ediction; FRÉMONT A., Vi piace la geografia?, Roma, Carocci, (trad. a cura di D. Gavinelli), latest ediction; MASCIA M., TINTORI C., Nutrire il pianeta?, Milano, Bruno Mondadori, 2015 MINCA C., COLOMBINO A., Breve manuale di geografia umana, Padova, Cedam, 2013.
Teaching targetsThe student will be able to distinguish and recognize the main characteristics of the social and economic organization of the earth surface; he/she will also be able to use the basic geographical concepts to orient himself/herself in the interpretation of the territory The student will acquire cognitive maps that will allow him/her to understand the role of humanity in shaping the organization of the territory, starting from the near dimension of everyday places and later addressing far case studies, with a specific attention towards the construction of the concepts of “elsewhere” and “other”.
PrerequisitesBasic geographical knowledge at the high-school level.
Didattics MethodsLectures and possible fieldtrips; map analysis and interpretation.
Grading rulesThe exam consists of a written test with open questions (duration two hours), possibly supplemented by an oral interview. The questions concern the subjects of the lessons and the reference books.
Full argumentsStarting from an overview of the historical development of the nineteenth-century international geographical thought (6 hours of class) and of the first part of the twentieth-century (6 hours of class), the course will analyze the man-environment relationship, with the related environmental problems (6 hours of class). The second part of the course will focus on the analysis of the influence that the cultural factors (6 hours of class), the socio-historical factors (6 hours of class) and the political-economic factors (6 hours of class) have on the territorial asset. Human geography in today’s world (6 hours of class). Landscapes, spaces of rootedness and spaces of alienation (6 hours of class). Social and cultural geography (6 hours of class). Territories, “geographies”, citizenship (6 hours of class). The city and the countryside, yesterday and today (6 hours of class). The heritage of “Expo 2015: Feeding the planet, Energy for life”, the Protocol of Milan (6 hours of class).
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Course ID Course SSD Teachers
L0919 GEOGRAFIA A M-GGR/01 - GEOGRAFIA BRUSA Carlo Angelo
L0977 GEOGRAFIA UMANA M-GGR/01 - GEOGRAFIA BRUSA Carlo Angelo
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CourseGEOGRAFIA A
Course IDL0919
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBRUSA Carlo Angelo
TeachersBRUSA Carlo Angelo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-GGR/01 - GEOGRAFIA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLE COMPONENTI AMBIENTALI, CULTURALI, ECONONOMICO-SOCIALI E STORICHE DELL’ORGANIZZAZIONE TERRITORIALE
Reference textsDAGRADI P., CENCINI C., Compendio di Geografia umana, Bologna, Patron, ultima edizione FRÉMONT A., Vi piace la geografia?, Roma, Carocci, ultima edizione (trad. a cura di D. Gavinelli)
Teaching targetsThe student will be able to distinguish and recognize the main characteristics of the social and economic organization of the earth surface; he/she will also be able to use the basic geographical concepts to orient himself/herself in the interpretation of the territory
PrerequisitesBasic geographical knowledge at the high-school level
Didattics MethodsLectures and possible fieldtrips; map analysis and interpretation
Grading rulesWritten test. The exam consists of a written test with open questions of varying duration (roughly an hour ) , possibly supplemented by an oral interview.
Full argumentsStarting from an overview of the historical development of the nineteenth-century international geographical thought (6 hours of class) and of the first part of the twentieth-century (6 hours of class), the course will analyze the man-environment relationship, with the related environmental problems (6 hours of class). The second part of the course will focus on the analysis of the influence that the cultural factors (6 hours of class), the socio-historical factors (6 hours of classes) and the political-economic factors (6 hours of class) have on the territorial asset
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CourseGEOGRAFIA UMANA
Course IDL0977
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBRUSA Carlo Angelo
TeachersBRUSA Carlo Angelo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-GGR/01 - GEOGRAFIA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryA - Base
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractHUMAN GEOGRAPHY FOR THE STUDY OF THE WORLD TODAY PROBLEMS
Reference textsMASCIA M., TINTORI C., Nutrire il pianeta?, Milano, Bruno Mondadori, 2015: MINCA C., COLOMBINO A., Breve manuale di geografia umana, Padova, Cedam, 2013.
Teaching targetsThe student will acquire cognitive maps that will allow him/her to understand the role of humanity in shaping the organization of the territory, starting from the near dimension of everyday places and later addressing far case studies, with a specific attention towards the construction of the concepts of “elsewhere” and “other”
PrerequisitesBasic geographical knowledge from an introductory course in geography
Didattics MethodsLectures and possible fieldtrips; map analysis and interpretation
Grading rulesThe exam consists of a written test with open questions (duration an hour ), possibly supplemented by an oral interview. The questions concern the subjects of the lessons and the reference books.
Full argumentsHuman geography in today’s world (6 hours of class). Landscapes, spaces of rootedness and spaces of alienation (6 hours of class). Social and cultural geography (6 hours of class). Territories, “geographies”, citizenship (6 hours of class). The city and the countryside, yesterday and today (6 hours of class). The legacy of “Expo 2015: Feeding the planet, energy for life”, the "Protocol of Milan" (6 hours class)
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LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0004 GEOGRAFIA UMANA ( MOD.B ) - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0004 GEOGRAFIA UMANA ( MOD.B ) - VERCELLI
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CourseGREEK HISTORY
Course IDL0139
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVANOTTI Gabriella
TeachersVANOTTI Gabriella
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/02 - STORIA GRECA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA DEI GRECI
Reference textsIt is essential the study of an handbook selected among the following: -Bettalli D'Agata Magnetto, Storia greca, Carocci, Roma -A. Momigliano, Manuale di storia greca, UTET Università, Torino -L. Breglia, F. Guizzi, F. Raviola, Storia greca, Edises, Napoli -C. Bearzot, Manuale di storia greca, Il Mulino, Bologna -D. Musti, Introduzione alla storia greca, Laterza, Bari- Roma. The students who can not attend the lessons must know also the following handbook: G. Poma, Le istituzioni politiche della Grecia in età classica, il Mulino, Bologna
Teaching targetsThe objectives of the module are to know the main events of the history of ancient Greece, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them
PrerequisitesNo specific prerequisites are required
Didattics MethodsTeaching activities consist of lessons, individual study of the selected handbook and attendance to lessons of external guest professors
Other informationsClass attendance is strongly recommended
Grading rulesThe exam is usually held in oral form ; applications should be to ensure the full knowledge of the discipline , the student's ability to discuss and argue in a critical way on various aspects of it . At the student's request , the examination will also be carried out in written form , through the administration of open-ended questions , that will go to ensure complete understanding of the discipline and the student's ability to describe, critically content .
Full argumentsThe main events of ancient Greek history will be examined from the beginnings to III century b.C
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CourseGREEK HISTORY
Course IDL0139
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVANOTTI Gabriella
TeachersVANOTTI Gabriella
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/02 - STORIA GRECA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA DEI GRECI
Reference textsIt is essential the study of an handbook selected among the following: -Bettalli D'Agata Magnetto, Storia greca, Carocci, Roma -A. Momigliano, Manuale di storia greca, UTET Università, Torino -L. Breglia, F. Guizzi, F. Raviola, Storia greca, Edises, Napoli -C. Bearzot, Manuale di storia greca, Il Mulino, Bologna -D. Musti, Introduzione alla storia greca, Laterza, Bari- Roma. The students who can not attend the lessons must know also the following handbook: G. Poma, Le istituzioni politiche della Grecia in età classica, il Mulino, Bologna
Teaching targetsThe objectives of the module are to know the main events of the history of ancient Greece, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them
PrerequisitesNo specific prerequisites are required
Didattics MethodsTeaching activities consist of lessons, individual study of the selected handbook and attendance to lessons of external guest professors
Other informationsClass attendance is strongly recommended
Grading rulesThe exam is usually held in oral form ; applications should be to ensure the full knowledge of the discipline , the student's ability to discuss and argue in a critical way on various aspects of it . At the student's request , the examination will also be carried out in written form , through the administration of open-ended questions , that will go to ensure complete understanding of the discipline and the student's ability to describe, critically content .
Full argumentsThe main events of ancient Greek history will be examined from the beginnings to III century b.C
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CourseHISTORICAL LINGUISTICS
Course IDL0094
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderNAPOLI Maria
TeachersNAPOLI Maria
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/01 - GLOTTOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractINTRODUZIONE ALLA LINGUISTICA STORICA
Reference texts(1) Elisabetta Magni, Linguistica Storica, Patron Editore, Bologna, 2014; (2) Franco Fanciullo, Introduzione alla linguistica storica, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2007 (only chapters 1, 6, 7); (3) Nicola Grandi, Fondamenti di Tipologia Linguistica, Carocci Editore, Roma, 2014 (new edition).
Teaching targetsThis course aims at providing an overview of Historical Linguistics, and at developing students’ knowledge of its main theoretical notions and methodologies. The course has also the goal of enabling students to understand the most important mechanisms which govern language change, and to interpret diachronic data from ancient and modern languages.
PrerequisitesStudents should have basic knowledge of General Linguistics: however, attendance at the lectures of “Fondamenti di Linguistica” or “Linguistica Generale A” is not an obligatory prerequisite.
Didattics MethodsLectures and “Web didactic” (DIR).
Other informationsMore information will be provided in class.
Grading rulesThe final exam is oral and is structured as follows: 1) Questions on the basic notions and on historical and methodological aspects of the discipline (e.g., origin of the historical-comparative method, genealogical classification, relationship and differences with the typological approach, etc.); 2) Questions on phenomena related to at least one specific type of change, that the student should be able to illustrate also through relevant examples; 3) An exercise based on the reconstruction of an Indo-European root, demonstrating understanding of the phonetic laws studied; 4) Questions on at least one theoretical aspect related to the discipline.
Full argumentsClasses will be devoted to an introduction to Historical Linguistics, by focusing on comparative method and linguistic reconstruction (exemplified through Indo-European and Romance languages). The main topics are: language families and typological variation; phonetic and phonological change; morphological change (grammaticalization and analogy); semantic change; language change theories.
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CourseHISTORICAL LINGUISTICS
Course IDL0094
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderNAPOLI Maria
TeachersNAPOLI Maria
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/01 - GLOTTOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractINTRODUZIONE ALLA LINGUISTICA STORICA
Reference texts(1) Elisabetta Magni, Linguistica Storica, Patron Editore, Bologna, 2014; (2) Franco Fanciullo, Introduzione alla linguistica storica, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2007 (only chapters 1, 6, 7); (3) Nicola Grandi, Fondamenti di Tipologia Linguistica, Carocci Editore, Roma, 2014 (new edition).
Teaching targetsThis course aims at providing an overview of Historical Linguistics, and at developing students’ knowledge of its main theoretical notions and methodologies. The course has also the goal of enabling students to understand the most important mechanisms which govern language change, and to interpret diachronic data from ancient and modern languages.
PrerequisitesStudents should have basic knowledge of General Linguistics: however, attendance at the lectures of “Fondamenti di Linguistica” or “Linguistica Generale A” is not an obligatory prerequisite.
Didattics MethodsLectures and “Web didactic” (DIR).
Other informationsMore information will be provided in class.
Grading rulesThe final exam is oral and is structured as follows: 1) Questions on the basic notions and on historical and methodological aspects of the discipline (e.g., origin of the historical-comparative method, genealogical classification, relationship and differences with the typological approach, etc.); 2) Questions on phenomena related to at least one specific type of change, that the student should be able to illustrate also through relevant examples; 3) An exercise based on the reconstruction of an Indo-European root, demonstrating understanding of the phonetic laws studied; 4) Questions on at least one theoretical aspect related to the discipline.
Full argumentsClasses will be devoted to an introduction to Historical Linguistics, by focusing on comparative method and linguistic reconstruction (exemplified through Indo-European and Romance languages). The main topics are: language families and typological variation; phonetic and phonological change; morphological change (grammaticalization and analogy); semantic change; language change theories.
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CourseHISTORY OF ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY
Course IDL0904
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBONAZZI Mauro
TeachersBONAZZI Mauro
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-FIL/07 - STORIA DELLA FILOSOFIA ANTICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractIl filosofo e la città: Socrate
Reference textsBibliografia: 1) AAVV, Filosofia antica, Cortina; 2) M. Bonazzi, Atene la città inquieta, Torino, Einaudi; 3) Platone, Apologia di Socrate, Critone, Torino, Einaudi
Teaching targetsobjectives: acquiring sound knowledge of the history of ancient philosophy, with a focus on Socrates’ thought, and the essential critical tools for the study of major texts of outstanding Greek and Roman thinkers.
Prerequisitesno prerequisites are required
Didattics Methodslectures
Grading rulesThe exam will be oral . The first part will cover the accertamente of knowledge on the part of the candidate, the history of ancient philosophy . The second part will deal with the thought of Socrates , as discussed in class reading Plato's Apology
Full argumentsThe course is divided in two parts. The first part is meant as an introduction to the history of ancient, greek and roman, philosophy, from Thales to Neoplatonism. In order to obtain a better understanding of the thought of the major philosophers also some texts will be read and analyzed. The second part will focus on Socrates’ thought by reading Plato’s Apology
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CourseHISTORY OF ARTISTIC TECHNIQUES
Course IDL0349
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLOMARTIRE Saverio
TeachersLOMARTIRE Saverio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/04 - MUSEOLOGIA E CRITICA ARTISTICA E DEL RESTAURO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLINEAMENTI DI STORIA DELL'ARTE ITALIANA ED EUROPEA DAL VII AL XIV SECOLO
Reference textsSuggested manual: A. Pinelli, Le ragioni della bellezza. 2. Dalla Tarda Antichità a Giotto, Torino, Loescher 2012 (INSTRUCTIONS: "RED EDITION", with DVD). Othe useful manuals: E. Bairati – A. Finocchi, Arte in Italia, vol. I, Torino, Loescher, 1984 e succ. edd. [only the sections related to the program]. M. Becchis - L. Galli - G. Valenzano, Il medioevo (vol. 1B de L’arte e la Storia dell’Arte, a cura di Rita Scrimieri, Milano, Minerva Italica, 2002; G. Bora, G. Fiaccadori, A. Negri, A. Nova, I luoghi dell'Arte. Storia, opere, percorsi, Vol. 2, Milano, Electa Scuola, 2009. Futher readings (optional) will be indicated in the lectures. It is also advisable to consult, for explanations and information on certain topics of general and individual contexts or monuments, the '"Enciclopedia dell'Arte Medievale", Rome, Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana, 12 vols., owned by the Department's Library.
Teaching targetsBeing able to face, on the basis of the knowledge acquired during the course, the evaluation (reading and decoding) of an artistic or architectural context of the Middle Ages, sspecially with the knowledge and skills of comparison between the different aspects: typological, iconographic, stylistic of a monument or work of art of the Middle Ages in the European context.
PrerequisitesBasic concepts (school level) in History, Literature and Philosophy of the Middle Ages
Didattics MethodsLectures, tutorials and seminars, visits to monuments, museums and exhibitions.
Grading rulesAt the end of the course there will be a test of assessment in the form of oral examination , lasting a minimum of twenty minutes, tending to check the achievement of educational goals through image recognition of a manual and descriptive power of the same, as well as capacity to relationship works with cultural / artistic contexts / Architectural de reference period .
Full argumentsThe course aims to provide students with the knowledge of the main issues related to the reading of the image and the evolution of language in medieval art and architecture in the Middle Ages, with attention to iconographic, representative, chronological data.
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CourseHISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Course IDL0359
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVANNUGLI Antonio
TeachersVANNUGLI Antonio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/03 - STORIA DELL'ARTE CONTEMPORANEA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractHow and why did Francesco Hayez choose his subjects, and what were his, and XIX-century artists’, favourite themes in Italy and Europe? In which ways did these reflect the political, social and religious ideas, hopes and fears of their times?
Reference textsF. Mazzocca, ed., Francesco Hayez, exhibition catalogue, Silvana Editoriale, Milan 2015; E. Castelunovo, ed., La pittura in Italia. L’Ottocento, Electa, Milan 1990; J.L. Díez and J. Barón, eds., El siglo XIX en el Prado, exhibition catalogue, Madrid 2007. Further literature will be given during the lessons.
Teaching targetsA deep analysis of the historical paintings by Francesco Hayez, as well as of a wide selection of examples by other contemporary European artists, will lead to a better understanding of western political, social and religious thought during the nineteenth century.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of European political and cultural history between the French Revolution and the First World War
Didattics MethodsOral lessons and one or more visits to museums of art and, possibly, temporary exhibitions.
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CourseHISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Course IDL0359
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVANNUGLI Antonio
TeachersVANNUGLI Antonio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/03 - STORIA DELL'ARTE CONTEMPORANEA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractHow and why did Francesco Hayez choose his subjects, and what were his, and XIX-century artists’, favourite themes in Italy and Europe? In which ways did these reflect the political, social and religious ideas, hopes and fears of their times?
Reference textsF. Mazzocca, ed., Francesco Hayez, exhibition catalogue, Silvana Editoriale, Milan 2015; E. Castelunovo, ed., La pittura in Italia. L’Ottocento, Electa, Milan 1990; J.L. Díez and J. Barón, eds., El siglo XIX en el Prado, exhibition catalogue, Madrid 2007. Further literature will be given during the lessons.
Teaching targetsA deep analysis of the historical paintings by Francesco Hayez, as well as of a wide selection of examples by other contemporary European artists, will lead to a better understanding of western political, social and religious thought during the nineteenth century.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of European political and cultural history between the French Revolution and the First World War
Didattics MethodsOral lessons and one or more visits to museums of art and, possibly, temporary exhibitions.
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CourseHISTORY OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
Course IDLE0115
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersTIGRINO Vittorio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURALE
Reference textsRegular attenders: -Carlo Tosco, I beni culturali. Storia, tutela e valorizzazione, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2014. -S. Mosley, Storia globale dell'ambiente, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2013. Non-attenders - in addition to the above mentioned books: -G. Corona, Breve storia dell'ambiente in Italia, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2015.
Teaching targetsUnderstanding the history of the cultural heritage, and its meaning today. Knowing how to evaluate and argue the problems associated with the current discussions about cultural heritage. Understand and communicate the complexity of cultural heritage and its history.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics Methodsoral lessons; discussion and illustration of bibliography
Other informationsStudents of the Master of Science who have already taken the course in three years and intend to repeat it are asked to contact the teacher to define the program . activation of the course to DIR
Grading rulesOral examination. The questions will cover topics treated in the bibliography , and , for attending students , the topics discussed in class. It will verify the candidates' ability to integrate , within the discussion of more specific aspects , the general issues of the discipline .
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the definition of the term “cultural heritage”, and on its variations over time and in different contexts, with a part dedicated to the current debate in Italy. Will be explained in particular the link that collections of objects have with the history of cultural heritage, and with many disciplines (history, history of art, natural sciences, anthropology, ...). A part of the course will focus on landscape history and environmental history.
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CourseHISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE A
Course IDL0019
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARAZZINI Claudio
TeachersMARAZZINI Claudio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/12 - LINGUISTICA ITALIANA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractNOZIONI DI BASE DI STORIA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA DALLE ORIGINI AL RINASCIMENTO.
Reference texts- C. Marazzini, La lingua italiana. Storia, testi, strumenti. Seconda edizione, Bologna, il Mulino, 2010. - Dante, De vulgari eloquentia, ed. Oscar Mondadori (1990 o 2000), oppure ed. Garzanti a cura di V. Coletti (1991 et seq., Last reprint 2008). Or, for the most willing: Nuova edizione commentata delle opere di Dante. Vol. 3: De vulgari eloquentia, Roma, Salerno ed., 2012.
Teaching targetsAbility to approach a text in ancient Italian. Explain the course of Italian history until the Renaissance. Use the instruments of the discipline (dictionaries, grammars, etc.).
PrerequisitesNotions of literary history and Italian culture, as they are taught in high schools.
Didattics MethodsOral lessons. study of the manual. Teaching materials in the classroom projections (PPT).
Grading rulesEsame orale sul corso e sui manuali indicati in bibliografia. L'esame ha una durata media di 20 minuti e prevede un massimo di tre domande, salvo casi eccezionali. La constatazione che esistono gravissime lacune può arrestare l'esame anche alla prima domanda. Sarà indicata una lista di 100 domande possibili per il modulo A + B.
Full argumentsHistory of the Italian language from the transformation of the late-Latin onwards. First Italian documents. Birth of Italian literature. The Three Crowns. Vulgar humanist culture. The Renaissance. The standard grammar. Bembo.
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CourseHISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE A
Course IDL0019
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARAZZINI Claudio
TeachersMARAZZINI Claudio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/12 - LINGUISTICA ITALIANA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractNOZIONI DI BASE DI STORIA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA DALLE ORIGINI AL RINASCIMENTO.
Reference texts- C. Marazzini, La lingua italiana. Storia, testi, strumenti. Seconda edizione, Bologna, il Mulino, 2010. - Dante, De vulgari eloquentia, ed. Oscar Mondadori (1990 o 2000), oppure ed. Garzanti a cura di V. Coletti (1991 et seq., Last reprint 2008). Or, for the most willing: Nuova edizione commentata delle opere di Dante. Vol. 3: De vulgari eloquentia, Roma, Salerno ed., 2012.
Teaching targetsAbility to approach a text in ancient Italian. Explain the course of Italian history until the Renaissance. Use the instruments of the discipline (dictionaries, grammars, etc.).
PrerequisitesNotions of literary history and Italian culture, as they are taught in high schools.
Didattics MethodsOral lessons. study of the manual. Teaching materials in the classroom projections (PPT).
Grading rulesEsame orale sul corso e sui manuali indicati in bibliografia. L'esame ha una durata media di 20 minuti e prevede un massimo di tre domande, salvo casi eccezionali. La constatazione che esistono gravissime lacune può arrestare l'esame anche alla prima domanda. Sarà indicata una lista di 100 domande possibili per il modulo A + B.
Full argumentsHistory of the Italian language from the transformation of the late-Latin onwards. First Italian documents. Birth of Italian literature. The Three Crowns. Vulgar humanist culture. The Renaissance. The standard grammar. Bembo.
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CourseHISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE B
Course IDL0546
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARAZZINI Claudio
TeachersMARAZZINI Claudio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/12 - LINGUISTICA ITALIANA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractNOZIONI DI BASE DI STORIA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA DAL RINASCIMENTO A OGGI.
Reference texts- C. Marazzini, La lingua italiana. Storia, testi, strumenti. Seconda edizione, Bologna, il Mulino, 2010. - T. De Mauro, Storia linguistica dell'Italia repubblicana dal 1946 ai nostri giorni, Bari, Laterza, 2014. -L. Renzi, Come cambia la lingua. L'italiano in movimento, Bologna, il Mulino, 2012.
Teaching targetsAbility to approach a text in Italian. Explain the course of Italian history. Use the instruments of the discipline (dictionaries, grammars, etc.).
PrerequisitesNotions of literary history and Italian culture as they are taught in high schools.
Didattics MethodsOral lessons. study of the manual. teaching materials in the classroom projections (PPT).
Grading rulesOral examination on the course and to the manuals listed in the bibliography . The exam has an average duration of 20 minutes and provides up to three questions , except in exceptional cases . The finding that there are very serious gaps can stop the exam also the first question. It will be shown a list of 100 possible questions for the module A + B.
Full argumentsFrom the Renaissance to bembiano vocabulary of Bran. The seventeenth century. Language of the eighteenth century. The nineteenth century. History of the language of Italy (1861-1900). Contemporary language.
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CourseHISTORY OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE B
Course IDL0546
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARAZZINI Claudio
TeachersMARAZZINI Claudio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/12 - LINGUISTICA ITALIANA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractNOZIONI DI BASE DI STORIA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA DAL RINASCIMENTO A OGGI.
Reference texts- C. Marazzini, La lingua italiana. Storia, testi, strumenti. Seconda edizione, Bologna, il Mulino, 2010. - T. De Mauro, Storia linguistica dell'Italia repubblicana dal 1946 ai nostri giorni, Bari, Laterza, 2014. -L. Renzi, Come cambia la lingua. L'italiano in movimento, Bologna, il Mulino, 2012.
Teaching targetsAbility to approach a text in Italian. Explain the course of Italian history. Use the instruments of the discipline (dictionaries, grammars, etc.).
PrerequisitesNotions of literary history and Italian culture as they are taught in high schools.
Didattics MethodsOral lessons. study of the manual. teaching materials in the classroom projections (PPT).
Grading rulesOral examination on the course and to the manuals listed in the bibliography . The exam has an average duration of 20 minutes and provides up to three questions , except in exceptional cases . The finding that there are very serious gaps can stop the exam also the first question. It will be shown a list of 100 possible questions for the module A + B.
Full argumentsFrom the Renaissance to bembiano vocabulary of Bran. The seventeenth century. Language of the eighteenth century. The nineteenth century. History of the language of Italy (1861-1900). Contemporary language.
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CourseHISTORY OF MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY
Course IDL0906
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBIANCHI Luca Maria
TeachersBIANCHI Luca Maria
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-FIL/08 - STORIA DELLA FILOSOFIA MEDIEVALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
AbstractOn reading the books of the philosophers”: thirteenth-century answers to the challenge of Greek and Arabic philosophy
Reference textsbibliography: First part (3 CFU): C. Esposito, P. Porro, Filosofia antica e medievale, Laterza, Roma-Bari 2008, pp. 252-282, 284-291, 300-376, 384-391, 394-401, and the following texts in Italian translation: T8, T20, T21, T22, T23, T47, T50, T51, T63. Second part (6 CFU): Primary Texts: 1) Albert the Great: prologue to the Physics and questions on the Nicomachean Ethics, Italian translation by L. Bianchi, in Filosofia medievale, a cura di M. Bettetini, L. Bianchi, C. Marmo, P. Porro, Raffaello Cortina Editore, Milano 2004, pp. . 235-245; 2) Thomas Aquinas, Commentary on Boethius’ De Trinitate, q. 2 art. 1-4, Italian translation by P. Porro, in Tommaso d’Aquino, Commenti a Boezio, Rusconi, Milano, pp. 116-151; 3) Bonaventure, Collationes in Hexaëmeron, VI, Italian translation in Sermoni teologici. 1, Città Nuova, Roma 1994, pp. 150-165; 4) Roger Bacon, Letter to pope Clemente IV, Italian translation in Ruggero Bacone, La scienza sperimentale. Lettera a Clemente IV, La scienza sperimentale, I segreti dell'arte della natura, a cura di F. Bottin, Rusconi, Milano 1990, pp. 81-128; 5) Pietro di Giovanni Olivi, De perlegendis philosophorum libris, Italian translation in Scritti scelti, a cura di P. Vian, Città Nuova, Roma 1989, pp. 96-103. Secondary Sources: 1) L. Bianchi, “L’acculturazione filosofica dell’Occidente” and “Le università e il ‘decollo scientifico’ dell’Occidente”, in La filosofia nelle Università: secoli XIII-XIV, a cura di L. Bianchi, La Nuova Italia, Firenze 1997, pp. 1-61; 2) L. Sturlese, “Il razionalismo filosofico e scientifico di Alberto il Grande”, in Id., Storia della filosofia tedesca nel Medioevo. Il secolo XIII, Olschki, Firenze 1996, pp. 69-125; 3) F. Alessio, Introduzione a Ruggero Bacone, Laterza, Roma-Bari 1985, pp. 3-118.
Teaching targets: This course aims at providing a basic knowledge of the history of medieval philosophy and the essential critical tools for the study of text authored by major thirteenth-century thinkers.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of the history of ancient philosophy.
Didattics MethodsLectures and in-class reading of primary texts.
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CourseHISTORY OF MODERN SOCIETY
Course IDLE0201
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTORRE Angelo
TeachersTORRE Angelo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA MODERNA E CULTURA MATERIALE
Reference textsRenata Ago, Gusto for Things: A History of Objects in Seventeenth-century Rome, 2013; Raffaella Sarti, Man at home : domesticities, authority, emotions and work, 2015; Daniel Roche, The culture of clothing : dress and fashion in the "ancien regime", 1996; Sidney Mintz, Sweetness and power : the place of sugar in modern history, 1985.
Teaching targetsTo know and to understand the interpretative categories of the history of early modern society, and to interpret the formation of these categories, the general problems. To communicate these contents even in divulgative form, and to be able to sort out texts and sources in order to reconstruct the history of early modern society.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures
Grading rulesoral examination testing on general aspects of each of the books listed in the bibliography
Full argumentsThe course aims to study the stock of objects which characterises early modern society. Daily life, agrarian and productive practices, as well as knowledge, warfare and religion will be concretely studied. Their continuities and transformations will constitute a basis for the analysis of the basic features and tensions of early modern society
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - LE0171 STORIA DELLA SOCIETÀ MODERNA - VERCELLI
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CourseHISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY
Course IDL0806
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPAGANINI Gianenrico
TeachersPAGANINI Gianenrico
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-FIL/06 - STORIA DELLA FILOSOFIA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractMORALE E POLITICA NELLA PRIMA ETÀ MODERNA: HOBBES E LOCKE
Reference textsThomas Hobbes, Leviatano, Ed. Laterza (parte I e II) John Locke, Secondo Trattato sul Governo, BUR Rizzoli (capitoli da I a XI, XV, XVIII, XIX) John Rawls, Lezioni di storia della filosofia politica, Feltrinelli, da p. 1 a p. 170
Teaching targetsStudents will be asked to understand and analyse the main trends of Hobbes's and Locke's political philosophies, with regard to the birth of modern liberalism
Prerequisitesbasic knowledge of early modern philosophy
Didattics Methodslessons, textal analysis, study of the main interpretations
Grading rulesFinal oral examination Three questions, one for each text indicated (Hobbes, Locke, Rawls): Comprehension, analysis, comment
Full argumentsHobbes and Locke gave different versions of the main concepts of political liberalism. Their texts are still foundational for this specific theory.
Course borrowed fromFILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0806 STORIA DELLA FILOSOFIA - VERCELLI
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CourseHISTORY OF ROMAN LAW A
Course IDL0243
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
TeachersGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDIUS/18 - DIRITTO ROMANO E DIRITTI DELL'ANTICHITÀ
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractHistory of Roman Law
Reference textsLuigi Capogrossi Colognesi, Storia di Roma tra diritto e potere, Il Mulino, Bologna 2009
Teaching targetsThe course is intended to provide students with the knowledge of roman constitutional history, of sources of law, of the legal science of ancient Rome, from the foundation of the civitas to Justinian. Knowledge of basic legal vocabulary.
PrerequisitesNo specific prerequisites required.
Didattics MethodsLectures, seminars, online tutorials.
Other informationsAttendance in class is recommended.
Grading rulesOral examination. For attending students: it will be proposed two questions: the first will focus on a source commented in class, which will be chosen by the student; the second, chosen by the teacher. For non-attending students: two questions on the recommended book.
Full argumentsThe roman costitution and the sources of roman law from the foundation of the civitas to late roman empire.
Course borrowed toLETTERE (1722) - L0243 STORIA DEL DIRITTO ROMANO A - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0243 STORIA DEL DIRITTO ROMANO A - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0243 STORIA DEL DIRITTO ROMANO A - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0243 STORIA DEL DIRITTO ROMANO A - VERCELLI
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CourseINSTITUTIONS OF HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Course IDL0769
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVANNUGLI Antonio
TeachersVANNUGLI Antonio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/03 - STORIA DELL'ARTE CONTEMPORANEA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractL’ARTE IN ITALIA E IN EUROPA DAL NEOCLASSICISMO AL NOVECENTO
Reference textsGiulio Carlo Argan, L’arte moderna 1770-1970, Florence 1970; Corrado Maltese, Storia dell’arte in Italia 1785-1943, Turin 1960; for consultation, the monographs on XIX- and XX-century artists from the Rizzoli Classici dell’arte series, Milan 1966-1981. Further literature will be given during the lessons.
Teaching targetsDetailed insights into single works of art and a careful reconstruction of their historical contexts will allow students to properly understand and discuss the principal movements of the period involved. A strong emphasis will be put on reaching higher levels of interpretation.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of European political and cultural history between the French Revolution and the period between the two World Wars
Didattics MethodsOral lessons and one or more visits to museums of art and, possibly, temporary exhibitions.
Other informationsStudents who can not attend are invited to contact the teacher at least one month before the exam to agree on the texts of study and to receive any material electronically. In case of failure to register for exams electronically, will be eligible to take the test ONLY those who have , at least three days in advance , contact the teacher in person or sent a text message to mobile phone 349/8395631 or sent message to his email address . No exceptions will be allowed .
Grading rulesOral, consisting of three or four questions , at least one of which is of a general nature on the course and at least two content related to the analysis and commentary of works of art through observation of digital images on your computer .
Full argumentsAn outline of European history of art between the end of the XVIII century and the XX-century art movements, through the analysis of exemplary art works. Protagonists and currents, motives and themes.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0769 ISTITUZIONI DI STORIA DELL'ARTE CONTEMPORANEA - VERCELLI
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CourseINSTITUTIONS OF HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Course IDL0769
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVANNUGLI Antonio
TeachersVANNUGLI Antonio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/03 - STORIA DELL'ARTE CONTEMPORANEA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractL’ARTE IN ITALIA E IN EUROPA DAL NEOCLASSICISMO AL NOVECENTO
Reference textsGiulio Carlo Argan, L’arte moderna 1770-1970, Florence 1970; Corrado Maltese, Storia dell’arte in Italia 1785-1943, Turin 1960; for consultation, the monographs on XIX- and XX-century artists from the Rizzoli Classici dell’arte series, Milan 1966-1981. Further literature will be given during the lessons.
Teaching targetsDetailed insights into single works of art and a careful reconstruction of their historical contexts will allow students to properly understand and discuss the principal movements of the period involved. A strong emphasis will be put on reaching higher levels of interpretation.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of European political and cultural history between the French Revolution and the period between the two World Wars
Didattics MethodsOral lessons and one or more visits to museums of art and, possibly, temporary exhibitions.
Other informationsStudents who can not attend are invited to contact the teacher at least one month before the exam to agree on the texts of study and to receive any material electronically. In case of failure to register for exams electronically, will be eligible to take the test ONLY those who have , at least three days in advance , contact the teacher in person or sent a text message to mobile phone 349/8395631 or sent message to his email address . No exceptions will be allowed .
Grading rulesOral, consisting of three or four questions , at least one of which is of a general nature on the course and at least two content related to the analysis and commentary of works of art through observation of digital images on your computer .
Full argumentsAn outline of European history of art between the end of the XVIII century and the XX-century art movements, through the analysis of exemplary art works. Protagonists and currents, motives and themes.
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CourseINTRODUCTION TO GREEK LITERARY CULTURE
Course IDL0499
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBATTEZZATO Luigi
TeachersBATTEZZATO Luigi
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/02 - LINGUA E LETTERATURA GRECA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractMITO E POESIA NELLA GRECIA ANTICA
Reference texts(1) Omero, Odissea, a cura di F. Ferrari, UTET Libreria; in alternative Omero, Odissea, a cura di V. Di Benedetto, BUR (2) Il teatro greco. Tragedie. Radici BUR. ISBN 88-17-00971-7 euros 14 or, in alternative, I tragici greci. Eschilo, Sofocle, Euripide (a cura di F.M. Pontani e altri), ISBN 978-8854117112 Newton Compton 2010, euro 14.. (3) Aristotele, Poetica, a cura di D. Lanza, BUR. (4) A. Capra, F. Conca, G. Lozza, A. Pizzone, G. Zanetto, Alla fonte delle Muse. Introduzione alla civiltà greca, Bollati Boringhieri 2007, ISBN 978-88-339-1737-5 (this text is now available only as an e-book: http://www.mondadoristore.it/Alla-fonte-delle-muse-Aglae-Pizzone-Andrea-Capra-Fabrizio-Conca-Giuseppe-Lozza-Giuseppe-Zanetto/eai978883397195/) or in alternative Franco Montanari, Prima lezione di letteratura greca, Laterza, ISBN-13: 978-8842068914, euro 12. or, in alternative, Andrea Rodighiero, La tragedia greca, Il Mulino, Bologna 2013, ISBN-13: 978-8815244659, euro 15, pp. 1-150, or, in alternative, Barbara Graziosi, Gli dèi dell’Olimpo: Storia di una sopravvivenza, UTET, ISBN 9788851123611, euro 20. Further reference text: Aristofane, La festa delle donne, a cura di G. Paduano, BUR (a free Italian translation, without notes, can be found on line: http://www.filosofico.net/aristoffestadem42.htm)
Teaching targetsThe course is designed to provide the students with a basic knowledge of the genres of archaic and classical Greek poetry (epic, lyric, tragedy, comedy) and of the main myths mentioned in the works read in class and at home. The course will make them aware of the modalities of performance of literary texts in ancient Greece; it will introduce them to the interpretation of poetry offered by Aristotle. The course will enable the students to analyse the content of an archaic or classical Greek text, with special attention to myths, historical context, modality of performance. It will help them to formulate an argument in order to solve problems of interpretation in this field. The students should acquire the ability to explain in a clear and orderly way the concepts and the pieces of information they will acquire, avoiding a purely mnemonic repetition of teaching material. They should be able to present their argument to other students and to listeners who are not specialists in the field. The students should acquire the ability of mastering the concepts discussed in the course. They should also acquire the ability of finding data that will help them to interpret Greek literary texts of similar nature, on the basis of modern translations.
Prerequisitesbasic knowledge of IT (internet; download of files from the DIR website) and a good knowledge of Italian. basic information about ancient history and the geography of the Mediterranean area, as taught in Italian high schools.
Didattics MethodsLectures; classroom discussion.
Grading rulesThe final exam consists of an oral test which will focus on the following issues: examination of knowledge of essential data on the treatment of the myth in the works belonging to different literary genres (question like, "as presented in the myth of literary works on the program? "); examination of knowledge of essential data on the literary history (questions such as, "in which historical, geographical and performance was presented to the public one of the oldest literary works in the program?"); of ancient literary theories verification of understanding discussed in class (questions like, "as Aristotle defines tragedy / epic / art / historiography / the unity of the work of art / catharsis / pity and fear / the tragic fault? "); verification of the ability to make judgments on planned works, on the basis of literary theories discussed in class and on the essays in the syllabus (question like, "I think that the Aristotelian theory realizes satisfactorily the problems of interpretation of one of the works literary plans? ").
Full argumentsThe course introduces the students to Greek literary civilization by helping them read in Italian translation and interpret some of the most important texts in the subject: Homer, Odyssey, (books 8-12), an anthology of lyric poetry (esp. Sappho and Pindar), Aeschylus (Agamemnon, Prometheus), Sophocles (Oedipus Rex, Antigone), Euripides (Medea, Hippolytus, Heracles, Bacchae), Aristophanes (Thesmophoriazusae), Aristotle (Poetics).
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CourseINTRODUCTION TO GREEK LITERARY CULTURE
Course IDL0499
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBATTEZZATO Luigi
TeachersBATTEZZATO Luigi
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/02 - LINGUA E LETTERATURA GRECA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractMITO E POESIA NELLA GRECIA ANTICA
Reference texts(1) Omero, Odissea, a cura di F. Ferrari, UTET Libreria; in alternative Omero, Odissea, a cura di V. Di Benedetto, BUR (2) Il teatro greco. Tragedie. Radici BUR. ISBN 88-17-00971-7 euros 14 or, in alternative, I tragici greci. Eschilo, Sofocle, Euripide (a cura di F.M. Pontani e altri), ISBN 978-8854117112 Newton Compton 2010, euro 14.. (3) Aristotele, Poetica, a cura di D. Lanza, BUR. (4) A. Capra, F. Conca, G. Lozza, A. Pizzone, G. Zanetto, Alla fonte delle Muse. Introduzione alla civiltà greca, Bollati Boringhieri 2007, ISBN 978-88-339-1737-5 (this text is now available only as an e-book: http://www.mondadoristore.it/Alla-fonte-delle-muse-Aglae-Pizzone-Andrea-Capra-Fabrizio-Conca-Giuseppe-Lozza-Giuseppe-Zanetto/eai978883397195/) or in alternative Franco Montanari, Prima lezione di letteratura greca, Laterza, ISBN-13: 978-8842068914, euro 12. or, in alternative, Andrea Rodighiero, La tragedia greca, Il Mulino, Bologna 2013, ISBN-13: 978-8815244659, euro 15, pp. 1-150, or, in alternative, Barbara Graziosi, Gli dèi dell’Olimpo: Storia di una sopravvivenza, UTET, ISBN 9788851123611, euro 20. Further reference text: Aristofane, La festa delle donne, a cura di G. Paduano, BUR (a free Italian translation, without notes, can be found on line: http://www.filosofico.net/aristoffestadem42.htm)
Teaching targetsThe course is designed to provide the students with a basic knowledge of the genres of archaic and classical Greek poetry (epic, lyric, tragedy, comedy) and of the main myths mentioned in the works read in class and at home. The course will make them aware of the modalities of performance of literary texts in ancient Greece; it will introduce them to the interpretation of poetry offered by Aristotle. The course will enable the students to analyse the content of an archaic or classical Greek text, with special attention to myths, historical context, modality of performance. It will help them to formulate an argument in order to solve problems of interpretation in this field. The students should acquire the ability to explain in a clear and orderly way the concepts and the pieces of information they will acquire, avoiding a purely mnemonic repetition of teaching material. They should be able to present their argument to other students and to listeners who are not specialists in the field. The students should acquire the ability of mastering the concepts discussed in the course. They should also acquire the ability of finding data that will help them to interpret Greek literary texts of similar nature, on the basis of modern translations.
Prerequisitesbasic knowledge of IT (internet; download of files from the DIR website) and a good knowledge of Italian. basic information about ancient history and the geography of the Mediterranean area, as taught in Italian high schools.
Didattics MethodsLectures; classroom discussion.
Grading rulesThe final exam consists of an oral test which will focus on the following issues: examination of knowledge of essential data on the treatment of the myth in the works belonging to different literary genres (question like, "as presented in the myth of literary works on the program? "); examination of knowledge of essential data on the literary history (questions such as, "in which historical, geographical and performance was presented to the public one of the oldest literary works in the program?"); of ancient literary theories verification of understanding discussed in class (questions like, "as Aristotle defines tragedy / epic / art / historiography / the unity of the work of art / catharsis / pity and fear / the tragic fault? "); verification of the ability to make judgments on planned works, on the basis of literary theories discussed in class and on the essays in the syllabus (question like, "I think that the Aristotelian theory realizes satisfactorily the problems of interpretation of one of the works literary plans? ").
Full argumentsThe course introduces the students to Greek literary civilization by helping them read in Italian translation and interpret some of the most important texts in the subject: Homer, Odyssey, (books 8-12), an anthology of lyric poetry (esp. Sappho and Pindar), Aeschylus (Agamemnon, Prometheus), Sophocles (Oedipus Rex, Antigone), Euripides (Medea, Hippolytus, Heracles, Bacchae), Aristophanes (Thesmophoriazusae), Aristotle (Poetics).
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CourseITALIAN GRAMMAR A
Course IDL0088
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARAZZINI Claudio
TeachersMARAZZINI Claudio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/12 - LINGUISTICA ITALIANA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractNOZIONI DI BASE DI STORIA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA DALLE ORIGINI AL RINASCIMENTO.
Reference texts- C. Marazzini, La lingua italiana. Storia, testi, strumenti. Seconda edizione, Bologna, il Mulino, 2010. - Dante, De vulgari eloquentia, ed. Oscar Mondadori (1990 o 2000), oppure ed. Garzanti a cura di V. Coletti (1991 et seq., Last reprint 2008). Or, for the most willing: Nuova edizione commentata delle opere di Dante. Vol. 3: De vulgari eloquentia, Roma, Salerno ed., 2012.
Teaching targetsAbility to approach a text in ancient Italian. Explain the course of Italian history until the Renaissance. Use the instruments of the discipline (dictionaries, grammars, etc.).
PrerequisitesNotions of literary history and Italian culture, as they are taught in high schools.
Didattics MethodsOral lessons. study of the manual. Teaching materials in the classroom projections (PPT).
Grading rulesOral examination on the course and to the manuals listed in the bibliography . The exam has an average duration of 20 minutes and provides up to three questions , except in exceptional cases . The finding that there are very serious gaps can stop the exam also the first question. It will be shown a list of 100 possible questions for A + B form .
Full argumentsHistory of the Italian language from the transformation of the late-Latin onwards. First Italian documents. Birth of Italian literature. The Three Crowns. Vulgar humanist culture. The Renaissance. The standard grammar. Bembo.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - LP047 STORIA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA A - VERCELLI
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CourseITALIAN LITERATURE A
Course IDL0184
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTESIO Giovanni
TeachersTESIO Giovanni
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/10 - LETTERATURA ITALIANA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA E TESTI DELLA POESIA IN DIALETTO DALL'OTTOCENTO AI GIORNI NOSTRI
Reference textsSono previste dispense che saranno messe a disposizione degli studenti a fine corso. Dispense che dovranno essere integrate dai saggi "dialettali" contenuti nel volume di G. Tesio, "La poesia ai margini", Novara, Interlinea, 2014.
PrerequisitesConoscenze storico-letterarie di base fornite dalla scuola superiore frequentata
Didattics MethodsLectures in the continued confidence that the word - if clear and proportionate - would be enough to create both the availability of listening, either - in some way - a good example of communication skills
Grading rulesOral examination
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - L0931 LETTERATURA ITALIANA I - VERCELLI
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CourseITALIAN LITERATURE B
Course IDL0185
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSINI Stefania Irene
TeachersSINI Stefania Irene
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/10 - LETTERATURA ITALIANA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractI. GENERAL INTRODUCTION (Theoretical-metodological part): INTRODUCTION TO RHETORICS II. : FOCUS SEMINAR:. GIAMBATTISTA VICO "LETTERATO"
Reference textsGENERAL INTRODUCTION (Theoretical-metodological part): INTRODUCTION TO RHETORICS BICE MORTARA GARAVELLI, Manuale di Retorica, Milano, Bompiani (Other materials will be presented during the course). II. : FOCUS SEMINAR: - GIAMBATTISTA VICO, Opere, a cura di Andrea Battistini, Milano, Mondadori, 2 vv. (Other materials will be presented during the course). Supplementary readings for non attending students: - LEONARDO AMOROSO, Introduzione alla Scienza nuova di Vico, Pisa, Ets, 2011 - ANDREA BATTISTINI, Vico tra antichi e moderni, Bologna, il Mulino, 2004.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the fundamentals of Rhetoric, understood in all its original extent, from inventio to actio, from the main argumentative techniques to figures and tropes, with reference both to the classical tradition both to the most recent theoretical proposals (Cognitive Poetics and Neurocognitive Poetics). Knowledge of the works of Giambattista Vico, with particular attention to his historical and intellectual position between philosophy and philology, erudition and poetry, theoresis and narrative, and to the stylistic and rhetorical characters of his texts. Competence in reading, analyzing and comparing texts of differents figural density, understanding their context, structures, stylistic devices. Ability in argumentation, with clear and precise terminology.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of history of Italian Literature
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, text readings, discussions, Exercises of composition. The students who wish, can present, singularly or in group, to the class one or more texts of the programme
Grading rulesStudents can choose between written and oral. Questions about rhetoric in its main articulations and on the theoretical issues faced during the course . Analysis, interpretation and commentary of a text or a page of Giambattista Vico among those listed on schedule
Full argumentsThe theoretical-methodological part of the course aims at offering the fundamentals of Rhetoric, understood as a form of knowledge, a corpus of concepts and of analytical and hermeneutical cathegories, in all its original extent, from inventio to actio, from the main argumentative techniques to figures and tropes. Starting from the codification of the classical rhetoric, we will focus on the twentieth-century New Rhetoric (Perelman-Tyteca) and thus on the latest theoretical proposals by cognitive and neuroscientific fields. The focus seminar will be dedicated to the figure of Giambattista Vico as "literate", considered in the cultural context of his time, with particular reference to his writing, his stylistic and rhetorical choices, examined in the light of his reflections about the anthropological and cognitive status of the "Poetic Logic". • Teaching Unit 1: Introduction to the course. What is Rhetoric. The primacy of the listener. The three kinds of rhetorical discourse. epideictic discourse and discourse of re-use • teaching unit 2: Inventio. Places, topoi. Exercises. Dispositio. Ordo naturalis ordo artificialis. ascending, descending, Nestorian order. Exercises • Teaching Unit 3: The Treatise on Argumentation. Audience, arguments, evidence and values • teaching unit 4: Elocutio. Virtues of elocutio. Aptum. The division of the styles. Tropes and figures. Metaphor • teaching unit 5: Theories of metaphor. Black, Booth, Turner, Lakoff and Johnson. Giambattista Vico, The Life written by himself. The teaching of rhetoric. The Querelle des anciens et des modernes. The De ratione • teaching unit 6: Vico, Institutiones oratoriae. Acute and witty. Vico, De uno: Fictio. Theories of metaphor: Turner The literary mind • teaching unit 7: Vico, De ratione. Memory, imagination and ingenium. Theories of metaphor, Lakoff and Johnson, Fludernik, Gibbs, The Cambridge Handbook of Metaphor and Thought • teaching unit 8: The New Science: structure and genre. • Teaching Unit 9: The New Science and the ‘original scene’. The origin of language • 10 teaching units: Poetic logic, ‘trasporti sensibili. Exercises • 11 teaching units: Poetic logic. Memory and actio. Memory arts. Exercises • 12 teaching units: Actio. The other books of the New Science. The “ricorso” • teaching unit 13: Vico’s 'minor' production of: epigraphs, canzoni and sonnets • 14 teaching units: Vico’s 'minor' production: epigraphs, canzoni and sonnets, Italian orationes • teaching unit 15: Conclusion of the course, discussion.
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CourseLATE ANTIQUE ARCHAEOLOGY
Course IDL0073
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderDESTEFANIS Eleonora
TeachersDESTEFANIS Eleonora
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/08 - ARCHEOLOGIA CRISTIANA E MEDIEVALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractFONDAMENTI DI ARCHEOLOGIA TARDOANTICA
Reference texts1) V. FIOCCHI NICOLAI, Le catacombe cristiane: origini e sviluppo, in Aurea Roma. Dalla città pagana alla città cristiana, Catalogo della mostra (Roma 22 dicembre 2000-20 aprile 2001), a cura di E. Ensoli e E. La Rocca, Roma 2000, pp. 301-308. 2) R. SANTANGELI VALENZANI, Edilizia residenziale in Italia nell’altomedioevo, Roma 2011, pp. 15-32. 3) F. GUIDOBALDI, Architettura paleocristiana, in Lezioni di Archeologia Cristiana, a cura di F. Bisconti e O. Brandt, Città del Vaticano 2014, pp. 361-443. 4) G. CANTINO WATAGHIN, La città nell’Occidente tardoantico: riflessione sui modelli di lettura della documentazione archeologica, in Trent’anni di studi sulla tarda antichità: bilanci e prospettive, Atti del convegno internazionale (Napoli, 21-23 novembre 2007), a cura di U. Criscuolo e L. De Giovanni, Napoli 2009, pp. 61-76.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to provide students with a full set of skills in analyzing and interpreting late antique archaeological contexts, using different types of information critically, making presentations using a correct specific terminology, developing ability to learn/research independently.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of the Late Antique History.
Didattics MethodsLectures with in-class discussion; visiting museums and archaeological sites; personal researches.
Grading rulesOral examination. During the examination, the student will be required to demonstrate knowledge of the general frameworks for the different topics in class ( historical context and historiography of the different problems ) and recognition of images with comments related to sites / contexts / artifacts analyzed during the course.
Full argumentsLate Antique Archaeology. The course aims to provide basic knowledge on main topics (urban and rural settlement, architecture, christian topography, iconography) and methods of the discipline.
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CourseLATE ANTIQUE ARCHAEOLOGY
Course IDL0073
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderDESTEFANIS Eleonora
TeachersDESTEFANIS Eleonora
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/08 - ARCHEOLOGIA CRISTIANA E MEDIEVALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractFundamentals of Late Antique Archaeology
Reference texts1) V. FIOCCHI NICOLAI, Le catacombe cristiane: origini e sviluppo, in Aurea Roma. Dalla città pagana alla città cristiana, Catalogo della mostra (Roma 22 dicembre 2000-20 aprile 2001), a cura di E. Ensoli e E. La Rocca, Roma 2000, pp. 301-308. 2) R. SANTANGELI VALENZANI, Edilizia residenziale in Italia nell’altomedioevo, Roma 2011, pp. 15-32. 3) F. GUIDOBALDI, Architettura paleocristiana, in Lezioni di Archeologia Cristiana, a cura di F. Bisconti e O. Brandt, Città del Vaticano 2014, pp. 361-443. 4) G. CANTINO WATAGHIN, La città nell’Occidente tardoantico: riflessione sui modelli di lettura della documentazione archeologica, in Trent’anni di studi sulla tarda antichità: bilanci e prospettive, Atti del convegno internazionale (Napoli, 21-23 novembre 2007), a cura di U. Criscuolo e L. De Giovanni, Napoli 2009, pp. 61-76.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to provide students with a full set of skills in analyzing and interpreting late antique archaeological contexts, using different types of information critically, making presentations using a correct specific terminology, developing ability to learn/research independently.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of the Late Antique History.
Didattics MethodsLectures with in-class discussion; visiting museums and archaeological sites; personal researches.
Grading rulesOral examination. During the examination, the student will be required to demonstrate knowledge of the general frameworks for the different topics in class (historical context and historiography) and recognition of images with comments related to sites / contexts / artifacts analyzed during the course.
Full argumentsLate Antique Archaeology. The course aims to provide basic knowledge on main topics (urban and rural settlement, architecture, christian topography, iconography) and methods of the discipline.
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CourseLATIN LITERATURE C
Course IDL0690
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersTABACCO Raffaella
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-FIL-LET/04 - LINGUA E LETTERATURA LATINA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractL'ELEGIA LATINA: DAI CARMI DI SULPICIA ALLA VISIONE DI ROMA IN OVIDIO
Reference textsG. GARBARINO, Letteratura latina, volume unico, Torino, Paravia (limited to authors of poetry). Piastri, Roberta. - I carmi di Sulpicia e il repertorio topico dell'elegia. Quaderni del Dipartimento di filologia A. Rostagni 1998 : 137-170 Piastri, Roberta. - Il ciclo di Sulpicia (Corpus Tibullianum III 8-18 = IV 2-12). BStudLat 1998 28 (1) : 105-131. Piastri, Roberta. - Scenari domestici ed intreccio elegiaco. Quaderni del Dipartimento di Filologia A. Rostagni. 2003 : 149-169. Piastri, Roberta. - L'elegia della città : Roma nella poesia elegiaca di Ovidio. Vercelli : Mercurio, 2004. Piastri, Roberta. - Sulpicia e la sua fama : una nuova proposta interpretativa di Corpus Tibullianum III 13. BStudLat 2013 43 (1) : 16-25
Teaching targetsAcquiring sound knowledge of ancient Rome’s distinctive features, with a focus on the development of elegiac poetry. Being familiar with the texts analyzed during the course with particular attention to contents and linguistic structures.
PrerequisitesAbility to master high school level Latin language, syntax and structure. Familiarity with Latin literature’s historical development with specific reference to Poetry.
Didattics MethodsLectures, online tutorials.
Grading rulesThe exam will be oral . three questions will be asked : 1 ) meter reading, translation and grammatical - syntactical analysis of one of Latin texts to bring into the examination 2 ) step within the framework of the issues discussed in class and study of some aspect of elegiac poetry , in particular the poems of Sulpicia and elegies Ovid . 3 ) a question on the institutional part of the poetry in Rome, on the theater genres , the epic and didactic poetry , the bucolic poetry , satire , elegy , epigram . To pass the exam will need to respond at least enough to each of the questions ( including the metric reading) .
Full argumentsNel corso delle lezioni sarà seguito lo sviluppo storico dei generi poetici della latinità classica (II sec. a.C.-II sec. d.C.) con particolare attenzione alla poesia elegiaca. Saranno letti passi significativi in lingua originale. Sarà richiesta la conoscenza degli elementi essenziali della prosodia e della metrica latina, a cui saranno dedicate apposite lezioni.
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CourseLIBRARY SCIENCE AND ARCHIVISTICS
Course IDLE0029
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLANA Maurizio
TeachersLANA Maurizio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/08 - ARCHIVISTICA, BIBLIOGRAFIA E BIBLIOTECONOMIA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractCOMPETENZA INFORMATIVA: IDENTIFICARE, INDIVIDUARE, VALUTARE, ORGANIZZARE, UTILIZZARE E COMUNICARE LE INFORMAZIONI
Reference textsAndrew Whithworth, Radical Information Literacy. Reclaiming the Political Heart of the IL Movement, Elsevier, 2014, ISBN 9781843347484
Teaching targetsknowing how and where to find information; how to manage and use the found information; to evaluate the found information; to efficiently and properly communicate the found information and globally to use multiple information sources
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics Methodsfrontal lesson with collective website analysis
Grading ruleswritten , 10 open-ended questions . each answer receives a score from 0 to 3 points
Full argumentsthe information literacy theme will be examined in the wider realm of librarianship/library & information science; and taking into account the misalignment of literacy to the print and the the digital world
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CourseLIBRARY SCIENCE AND ARCHIVISTICS
Course IDLE0029
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLANA Maurizio
TeachersLANA Maurizio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/08 - ARCHIVISTICA, BIBLIOGRAFIA E BIBLIOTECONOMIA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractCOMPETENZA INFORMATIVA: IDENTIFICARE, INDIVIDUARE, VALUTARE, ORGANIZZARE, UTILIZZARE E COMUNICARE LE INFORMAZIONI
Reference textsAndrew Whithworth, Radical Information Literacy. Reclaiming the Political Heart of the IL Movement, Elsevier, 2014, ISBN 9781843347484
Teaching targetsknowing how and where to find information; how to manage and use the found information; to evaluate the found information; to efficiently and properly communicate the found information and globally to use multiple information sources
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics Methodsfrontal lesson with collective website analysis
Grading ruleswritten , 10 open-ended questions . each answer receives a score from 0 to 3 points
Full argumentsthe information literacy theme will be examined in the wider realm of librarianship/library & information science; and taking into account the misalignment of literacy to the print and the the digital world
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CourseMEDIEVAL ARCHAEOLOGY A
Course IDL0140
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderDESTEFANIS Eleonora
TeachersDESTEFANIS Eleonora
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/08 - ARCHEOLOGIA CRISTIANA E MEDIEVALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractFONDAMENTI DI ARCHEOLOGIA MEDIEVALE
Reference texts1. E. DESTEFANIS, Archeologia dei monasteri altomedievali tra acquisizioni raggiunte e nuove prospettive di ricerca, in "Post-Classical Archaeologies", 1, 2011, pp. 349-382. 2. A. AUGENTI, Archeologia dell’Italia medievale, Roma-Bari 2016. 3. E. GIANNICHEDDA, Archeologia della produzione, in “Archeologia Medievale”, numero speciale (2014), Quarant’anni di archeologia medievale in Italia. La Rivista, i temi, la teoria, i metodi, pp. 75-94. 4. G. BIANCHI, Archeologia della signoria di castello (X-XIII secolo), in “Archeologia Medievale”, numero speciale (2014), Quarant’anni di archeologia medievale in Italia. La Rivista, i temi, la teoria, i metodi, pp. 157-172.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to produce students with a full set of skills in analyzing and interpreting medieval archaeological contexts, using different types of information critically, making presentations using a correct specific terminology, developing ability to learn/research independently.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of Medieval History
Didattics MethodsLectures with in-class discussion; visiting museums and archaeological sites; personal researches.
Grading rulesOral examination. During the examination, the student will be required to demonstrate knowledge of the general frameworks for the different topics in class ( historical context and historiography of the different problems ) and recognition of images with comments related to sites / contexts / artifacts analyzed during the course.
Full argumentsMedieval Archaeology. The course aims to provide basic knowledge on main topics and methods of the discipline (the transformations of the town and country, productions and trade), particularly in the Early Middle Ages.
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CourseMEDIEVAL ARCHAEOLOGY A
Course IDL0140
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderDESTEFANIS Eleonora
TeachersDESTEFANIS Eleonora
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/08 - ARCHEOLOGIA CRISTIANA E MEDIEVALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractFundamentals of Medieval Archaeology
Reference texts1. E. DESTEFANIS, Archeologia dei monasteri altomedievali tra acquisizioni raggiunte e nuove prospettive di ricerca, in "Post-Classical Archaeologies", 1, 2011, pp. 349-382. 2. A. AUGENTI, Archeologia dell’Italia medievale, Roma-Bari 2016. 3. E. GIANNICHEDDA, Archeologia della produzione, in “Archeologia Medievale”, numero speciale (2014), Quarant’anni di archeologia medievale in Italia. La Rivista, i temi, la teoria, i metodi, pp. 75-94. 4. G. BIANCHI, Archeologia della signoria di castello (X-XIII secolo), in “Archeologia Medievale”, numero speciale (2014), Quarant’anni di archeologia medievale in Italia. La Rivista, i temi, la teoria, i metodi, pp. 157-172.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to produce students with a full set of skills in analyzing and interpreting medieval archaeological contexts, using different types of information critically, making presentations using a correct specific terminology, developing ability to learn/research independently.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of Medieval History
Didattics MethodsLectures with in-class discussion; visiting museums and archaeological sites; personal researches.
Grading rulesOral examination. During the examination, the student will be required to demonstrate adequate knowledge of the general frameworks for the different topics in class (historical context and historiography) and recognition of images with comments related to sites / contexts / artifacts analyzed during the course.
Full argumentsMedieval Archaeology. The course aims to provide basic knowledge on main topics and methods of the discipline (the transformations of the town and country, productions and trade), particularly in the Early Middle Ages.
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LETTERE (1722) - L0140 ARCHEOLOGIA MEDIEVALE A - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0140 ARCHEOLOGIA MEDIEVALE A - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1063 ARCHEOLOGIA MEDIEVALE I M - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1063 ARCHEOLOGIA MEDIEVALE I M - VERCELLI
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY A
Course IDL0037
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARBERO Alessandro
TeachersBARBERO Alessandro
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractProblems of European Civilization from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages
Reference textsStudents are expected to work on several texts, both didactic and scientific in character. The complete list is available here: TEXT 1 (online): A. Barbero, Età di mezzo e secoli bui, in Lo spazio letterario del Medioevo, 2. Il Medioevo volgare, III: La ricezione del testo, Roma 2003, pp. 505-526. TEXT 2: S. Gasparri, Tardoantico e alto Medioevo: metodologie di ricerca e modelli interpretativi, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 27-56. TEXTS 3 - 4 (online): A. Barbero, La cristianizzazione; Id., Vescovi e monaci. TEXT 5 (online): A. Barbero, I regni romano-barbarici, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 167-212. TEXT 6: G. Petralia, A proposito dell'immortalità di "Maometto e Carlomagno" (o di Costantino), in "Storica", 1 (1995), pp. 37-87. TEXT 7: C. Wickham, Sul mutamento sociale ed economico di lungo periodo in Occidente (400-800), in “Storica”, 23 (2002), pp. 7-27. TEXT 8: D. Vera, Le forme del lavoro rurale: aspetti della trasformazione dell’Europa romana fra Tarda Antichità e Alto Medioevo, in Morfologie sociali e culturali in Europa fra Tarda Antichità e Alto Medioevo, Spoleto 1998 (Settimane, XLV), pp. 293-338. TEXT 9 (online): A. Barbero, Il mondo rurale e il sistema curtense TEXT 10 (online): A. Barbero, L'impero bizantino. TEXT 11 (online): A. Barbero, La nascita dell'Islam e le conquiste arabe TEXT 12 (online): A. Barbero, La rinascita dell’impero, da Carlo Magno. Un padre dell’Europa, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2000, pp. 82-112. TEXT 13 (online): A. Barbero, Vassallaggio e beneficio.
Teaching targetsStudents are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the crucial transition from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsIn the humanities teaching has always consisted and will forever consist of a simple, yet articulated flow of words from the teacher, intended to offer to the audience essential informations as well as to stimulate a critical response. That is called a "lesson". Teaching activities in this course will conform to the aforesaid venerable pattern.
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the main transformations affecting the West through the crucial transition from Late Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages: the birth of Christianity and the organization of the Church, barbarian invasions, the formation of the post-Roman barbarian kingdoms, the crisis of latifundium and the slave economy, the diffusion of personal bonds.
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY A
Course IDL0037
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARBERO Alessandro
TeachersBARBERO Alessandro
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractProblems of European Civilization from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages
Reference textsStudents are expected to work on several texts, both didactic and scientific in character. The complete list is available here: TEXT 1 (online): A. Barbero, Età di mezzo e secoli bui, in Lo spazio letterario del Medioevo, 2. Il Medioevo volgare, III: La ricezione del testo, Roma 2003, pp. 505-526. TEXT 2: S. Gasparri, Tardoantico e alto Medioevo: metodologie di ricerca e modelli interpretativi, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 27-56. TEXTS 3 - 4 (online): A. Barbero, La cristianizzazione; Id., Vescovi e monaci. TEXT 5 (online): A. Barbero, I regni romano-barbarici, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 167-212. TEXT 6: G. Petralia, A proposito dell'immortalità di "Maometto e Carlomagno" (o di Costantino), in "Storica", 1 (1995), pp. 37-87. TEXT 7: C. Wickham, Sul mutamento sociale ed economico di lungo periodo in Occidente (400-800), in “Storica”, 23 (2002), pp. 7-27. TEXT 8: D. Vera, Le forme del lavoro rurale: aspetti della trasformazione dell’Europa romana fra Tarda Antichità e Alto Medioevo, in Morfologie sociali e culturali in Europa fra Tarda Antichità e Alto Medioevo, Spoleto 1998 (Settimane, XLV), pp. 293-338. TEXT 9 (online): A. Barbero, Il mondo rurale e il sistema curtense TEXT 10 (online): A. Barbero, L'impero bizantino. TEXT 11 (online): A. Barbero, La nascita dell'Islam e le conquiste arabe TEXT 12 (online): A. Barbero, La rinascita dell’impero, da Carlo Magno. Un padre dell’Europa, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2000, pp. 82-112. TEXT 13 (online): A. Barbero, Vassallaggio e beneficio.
Teaching targetsStudents are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the crucial transition from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsIn the humanities teaching has always consisted and will forever consist of a simple, yet articulated flow of words from the teacher, intended to offer to the audience essential informations as well as to stimulate a critical response. That is called a "lesson". Teaching activities in this course will conform to the aforesaid venerable pattern.
Grading rulesOral examination
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the main transformations affecting the West through the crucial transition from Late Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages: the birth of Christianity and the organization of the Church, barbarian invasions, the formation of the post-Roman barbarian kingdoms, the crisis of latifundium and the slave economy, the diffusion of personal bonds.
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY B
Course IDL0038
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARBERO Alessandro
TeachersBARBERO Alessandro
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractProblems of European Civilization in the High and Late Middle Ages
Reference textsTEXT 1 C. Wickham, Fonti archeologiche – fonti storiche: un dialogo complesso, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, IX: Strutture, preminenze, lessici comuni, Roma 2007, pp. 15-49 TEXT 2 P. Corrao, Pieno e basso Medioevo: metodologie della ricerca e modelli interpretativi, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 361-406 TEXT 3 (online), A. Barbero, La mutazione feudale TEXT 4, (online), A. Barbero, Il decollo dell’Occidente TEXT 5, G. Petralia, Crescita ed espansione, in Storia Medievale, Roma 1998 (Manuali Donzelli), pp. 291-317 TEXT 6, (online), A. Barbero, La riforma della Chiesa TEXT 7, A. Paravicini Bagliani, Il papato da Leone IX a Bonifacio VIII. Centralità e universalità, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 553-584 TEXT 8, L. Baietto, L’impero romano-germanico, ivi, pp. 587-623 TEXT 9, (online), A. Barbero, L’origine del Comuni TEXT 10, (online), A. Barbero, Le crociate TEXT 11, (online), A. Barbero, Feudo e signoria TEXT 12, (online), A. Barbero, Dal comune alla signoria TEXT 13, (online), A. Barbero, La vita religiosa TEXT 14, A. Esch, Le origini dell’università, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 709-728 TEXT 15, (online), A. Barbero, La crisi del Trecento TEXT 16, (online), A. Barbero, La rinascita dello stato
Teaching targetsStudents are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the High and Late Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsStudents are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the High and Late Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study.
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the main transformations affecting the West through the High and Late Middle Ages: the feudal revolution, Gregorian reform, the birth of the communes, the Crusades, the new religious orders and heretical movements, the coming back of the State.
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY B
Course IDL0038
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARBERO Alessandro
TeachersBARBERO Alessandro
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractProblems of European Civilization in the High and Late Middle Ages
Reference textsTEXT 1 C. Wickham, Fonti archeologiche – fonti storiche: un dialogo complesso, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, IX: Strutture, preminenze, lessici comuni, Roma 2007, pp. 15-49 TEXT 2 P. Corrao, Pieno e basso Medioevo: metodologie della ricerca e modelli interpretativi, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 361-406 TEXT 3 (online), A. Barbero, La mutazione feudale TEXT 4, (online), A. Barbero, Il decollo dell’Occidente TEXT 5, G. Petralia, Crescita ed espansione, in Storia Medievale, Roma 1998 (Manuali Donzelli), pp. 291-317 TEXT 6, (online), A. Barbero, La riforma della Chiesa TEXT 7, A. Paravicini Bagliani, Il papato da Leone IX a Bonifacio VIII. Centralità e universalità, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 553-584 TEXT 8, L. Baietto, L’impero romano-germanico, ivi, pp. 587-623 TEXT 9, (online), A. Barbero, L’origine del Comuni TEXT 10, (online), A. Barbero, Le crociate TEXT 11, (online), A. Barbero, Feudo e signoria TEXT 12, (online), A. Barbero, Dal comune alla signoria TEXT 13, (online), A. Barbero, La vita religiosa TEXT 14, A. Esch, Le origini dell’università, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 709-728 TEXT 15, (online), A. Barbero, La crisi del Trecento TEXT 16, (online), A. Barbero, La rinascita dello stato
Teaching targetsStudents are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the High and Late Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsStudents are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the High and Late Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study.
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the main transformations affecting the West through the High and Late Middle Ages: the feudal revolution, Gregorian reform, the birth of the communes, the Crusades, the new religious orders and heretical movements, the coming back of the State.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - L0975 STORIA MEDIEVALE B - VERCELLI
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY OF ART 1
Course IDLE0259
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLOMARTIRE Saverio
TeachersLOMARTIRE Saverio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/01 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractOUTLINE OF ITALIAN AND EUROPEAN ART HISTORY FROM 7th TO 14th CENTURY
Reference textsSuggested manual: A. Pinelli, Le ragioni della bellezza. 2. Dalla Tarda Antichità a Giotto, Torino, Loescher 2012 (INSTRUCTIONS: "RED EDITION", with DVD). Othe useful manuals: E. Bairati – A. Finocchi, Arte in Italia, vol. I, Torino, Loescher, 1984 e succ. edd. [only the sections related to the program]. M. Becchis - L. Galli - G. Valenzano, Il medioevo (vol. 1B de L’arte e la Storia dell’Arte, a cura di Rita Scrimieri, Milano, Minerva Italica, 2002; G. Bora, G. Fiaccadori, A. Negri, A. Nova, I luoghi dell'Arte. Storia, opere, percorsi, Vol. 2, Milano, Electa Scuola, 2009. Futher readings (optional) will be indicated in the lectures. It is also advisable to consult, for explanations and information on certain topics of general and individual contexts or monuments, the '"Enciclopedia dell'Arte Medievale", Rome, Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana, 12 vols., owned by the Department's Library.
Teaching targetseing able to face, on the basis of the knowledge acquired during the course, the evaluation (reading and decoding) of an artistic or architectural context of the Middle Ages, sspecially with the knowledge and skills of comparison between the different aspects: typological, iconographic, stylistic of a monument or work of art of the Middle Ages in the European context.
PrerequisitesBasic concepts (school level) in History, Literature and Philosophy of the Middle Ages
Didattics MethodsLectures, tutorials and seminars, visits to monuments, museums and exhibitions.
Grading rulesAt the end of the course there will be a test of assessment in the form of an oral examination, lasting a minimum of twenty minutes, tending to check the achievement of educational goals through the recognition of some images taken from a textbook, and the check of student's descriptive ability of such images, as well as the ability to relate them with cultural / artistic / architectural contexts of the period considered.
Full argumentsThe course aims to provide students with the knowledge of the main issues related to the reading of the image and the evolution of language in medieval art and architecture in the Middle Ages, with attention to iconographic, representative, chronological data
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY OF ART A
Course IDL0049
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLOMARTIRE Saverio
TeachersLOMARTIRE Saverio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/01 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLINEAMENTI DI STORIA DELL'ARTE ITALIANA ED EUROPEA DAL VII AL XIV SECOLO
Reference textsSuggested manual: A. Pinelli, Le ragioni della bellezza. 2. Dalla Tarda Antichità a Giotto, Torino, Loescher 2012 (INSTRUCTIONS: "RED EDITION", with DVD). Othe useful manuals: E. Bairati – A. Finocchi, Arte in Italia, vol. I, Torino, Loescher, 1984 e succ. edd. [only the sections related to the program]. M. Becchis - L. Galli - G. Valenzano, Il medioevo (vol. 1B de L’arte e la Storia dell’Arte, a cura di Rita Scrimieri, Milano, Minerva Italica, 2002; G. Bora, G. Fiaccadori, A. Negri, A. Nova, I luoghi dell'Arte. Storia, opere, percorsi, Vol. 2, Milano, Electa Scuola, 2009. Futher readings (optional) will be indicated in the lectures. It is also advisable to consult, for explanations and information on certain topics of general and individual contexts or monuments, the '"Enciclopedia dell'Arte Medievale", Rome, Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana, 12 vols., owned by the Department's Library.
Teaching targetsBeing able to face, on the basis of the knowledge acquired during the course, the evaluation (reading and decoding) of an artistic or architectural context of the Middle Ages, sspecially with the knowledge and skills of comparison between the different aspects: typological, iconographic, stylistic of a monument or work of art of the Middle Ages in the European context.
PrerequisitesBasic concepts (school level) in History, Literature and Philosophy of the Middle Ages
Didattics MethodsLectures, tutorials and seminars, visits to monuments, museums and exhibitions.
Grading rulesAt the end of the course there will be a test of assessment in the form of oral examination , lasting a minimum of twenty minutes, tending to check the achievement of educational goals through image recognition of a manual and descriptive power of the same, as well as capacity to relationship works with cultural / artistic contexts / Architectural de reference period .
Full argumentsThe course aims to provide students with the knowledge of the main issues related to the reading of the image and the evolution of language in medieval art and architecture in the Middle Ages, with attention to iconographic, representative, chronological data.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - LE0174 STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE A - VERCELLI
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY OF ART A
Course IDL0049
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLOMARTIRE Saverio
TeachersLOMARTIRE Saverio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/01 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLINEAMENTI DI STORIA DELL'ARTE ITALIANA ED EUROPEA DAL VII AL XIV SECOLO
Reference textsSuggested manual: A. Pinelli, Le ragioni della bellezza. 2. Dalla Tarda Antichità a Giotto, Torino, Loescher 2012 (INSTRUCTIONS: "RED EDITION", with DVD). Othe useful manuals: E. Bairati – A. Finocchi, Arte in Italia, vol. I, Torino, Loescher, 1984 e succ. edd. [only the sections related to the program]. M. Becchis - L. Galli - G. Valenzano, Il medioevo (vol. 1B de L’arte e la Storia dell’Arte, a cura di Rita Scrimieri, Milano, Minerva Italica, 2002; G. Bora, G. Fiaccadori, A. Negri, A. Nova, I luoghi dell'Arte. Storia, opere, percorsi, Vol. 2, Milano, Electa Scuola, 2009. Futher readings (optional) will be indicated in the lectures. It is also advisable to consult, for explanations and information on certain topics of general and individual contexts or monuments, the '"Enciclopedia dell'Arte Medievale", Rome, Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana, 12 vols., owned by the Department's Library.
Teaching targetsBeing able to face, on the basis of the knowledge acquired during the course, the evaluation (reading and decoding) of an artistic or architectural context of the Middle Ages, sspecially with the knowledge and skills of comparison between the different aspects: typological, iconographic, stylistic of a monument or work of art of the Middle Ages in the European context.
PrerequisitesBasic concepts (school level) in History, Literature and Philosophy of the Middle Ages
Didattics MethodsLectures, tutorials and seminars, visits to monuments, museums and exhibitions.
Grading rulesAt the end of the course there will be a test of assessment in the form of oral examination , lasting a minimum of twenty minutes, tending to check the achievement of educational goals through image recognition of a manual and descriptive power of the same, as well as capacity to relationship works with cultural / artistic contexts / Architectural de reference period .
Full argumentsThe course aims to provide students with the knowledge of the main issues related to the reading of the image and the evolution of language in medieval art and architecture in the Middle Ages, with attention to iconographic, representative, chronological data.
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CourseMEDIEVAL HISTORY OF ART B
Course IDL0050
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLOMARTIRE Saverio
TeachersLOMARTIRE Saverio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/01 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractARCHITECTURE AND ART OF THE LOMBARD PERIOD IN ITALY (6th TO 10th CENTURY).
Reference textsNOTICE. The following are the volumes from which will be drawn several essays (mandatory and / or voluntary) will build an examination subject. Further references will be communicated during the lectures. Il futuro dei Longobardi. L’Italia e la costruzione dell’Europa di Carlo Magno, Catalogo della mostra (Brescia, 18 giugno al 19 novembre 2000), a cura di Carlo Bertelli e Gian pietro Brogiolo, Milano, Skir, 2000. I Longobardi. Dalla caduta dell’Impero all’alba dell’Italia, Catalogo della Mostra, a cura di Gian Pietro Brogiolo, Alexandra Chavarría Arnau, (Torino settembre 2007 - gennaio 2008), Cinisello Balsamo, Silvana Editoriale, 2007. L’VIII Secolo: un secolo inquieto, Atti del Convegno internazionale di studi (Cividale del Friuli, Chiesa di Santa Maria dei Battuti, 4-7 dicembre 2008), a cura di Valentino Pace, Cividale, Comune di Cividale del Friuli, 2010. CAROLA JÄGGI, Il tempietto di Cividale nell’ambito dell’architettura altomedievale in Italia, in Paolo Diacono e il Friuli altomedievale (secc. VI-X), XIV Congresso Internazionale di Studi sull’Alto Medioevo (Cividale-Bottenicco di Moimacco, 24-29 settembre 1999), Spoleto, CISAM, 2001, pp. 407-428. SAVERIO LOMARTIRE, Riflessioni sulla diffusione del tipo Dreiapsiden-Saalkirche nell’architettura lombarda dell’altomedioevo, in Atti del Convegno internazionale L’édifice de culte entre les périodes paléochretienne et carolingienne (Poreč, 17-21 maggio 2002), “Hortus Artium Medieaevalium. Journal of the International Research Center for Late Antique and Middle Ages”, 9 (2003), pp. 417-432. I Magistri commacini. Mito e realtà del Medioevo lombardo, Atti del 19° Congresso internazionale di studi sull’alto medioevo (Como-Varese, 23-25 ottobre 2008), Spoleto CISAM 2009, pp. 151-209 (le parti da leggere saranno comunicate in un secondo tempo). MARIA LETIZIA CASATI, Scultura medievale per l’arredo liturgico a Como, con contributi di HANS RUDOLF SENNHAUSER e KATHRIN ROTH-RUBI, Como, Musei Civici, 2014. Lucca e l’Europa: un’idea di Medioevo: 5.-11. secolo, Catalogo della Mostra (Lucca, Fondazione Ragghianti, 25 settembre 2010-9 gennaio 2011), Lucca, Edizioni Fondazione Ragghianti studi sull'arte, 2010. Castelseprio e Torba: sintesi delle ricerche e aggiornamenti, a cura di Paola Marina De Marchi, Mantova, SAP, 2013. Dalla corte regia al monastero di San Salvatore – Santa Giulia di Brescia, a cura di Gian Pietro Brogiolo con Francesca Morandini, Mantova, SAP, 2014. Laura Chinellato, Arte longobarda in Friuli. L'ara di Ratchis a Cividale, Udine 2016.
Teaching targetsAt end of the course students should be able to: Have a good understanding of the main architectural and artistic complex of the period considered and of the related sources. Knowing how to connect the characteristics of the artifacts examined to the evolution of architectonic and artistic languages. Knowing how to judge the formal elements of groups of buildings and artifacts of painting, sculpture, and miniature jewelery. Knowing how to explain the main characteristics of the art of the Lombard period. Relate the data provided by the sources and by the specific literature.
PrerequisitesStudents must have taken the lessons of History of Medieval Art A.
Didattics MethodsLectures, seminars and exercises, visits to museums and exhibitions.
Grading rulesAt the end of the course there will be a test of assessment in the form of an oral examination, lasting a minimum of twenty minutes, tending to check the achievement of educational goals through the recognition of some images taken from a textbook, and the check of student's descriptive ability of such images, as well as the ability to relate them with cultural / artistic / architectural contexts of the period considered.
Full argumentsThe Lombard period will be examined in its architectural and artsistic aspects on the basis of different sources: historical-literary, documentary, archaeological, as well as on the study of the artifacts still existing today. È prevista la visita ad uno o più siti e monumenti e ad una Mostra in programma nella primavera del 2017 a Pavia.
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FILOSOFIA (1777) - L1051 STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE I M - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1051 STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE I M - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1051 STORIA DELL'ARTE MEDIEVALE I M - VERCELLI
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CourseMODERN ART HISTORY
Course IDL0625
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderZAMBRANO Patrizia
TeachersZAMBRANO Patrizia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/02 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractFONDAMENTI DI STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA
Reference textsSTUDENTS ATTENDING Part I. General Art History Survey e textbook. Students attending will prepare the examination on a general art history survey. They can read any sufficiently updated art history textbook, agreeing with the teacher. Recommended text: E. Cerchiari – P. L. De Vecchi, Arte nel tempo, Milano. Bompiani, 1999 (and subsequent ed.): vol. 2, tomo I. Part II. Essays, entries, sources, documents. Specific bibliographic suggestions will be given during the first lessons. Useful learning materials will be available during the course. STUDENTS NOT ATTENDING will add to part I, the Volume 2, tomo II of: E. Cerchiari – P. L. De Vecchi, Arte nel tempo, Milano. Bompiani, 1999 (e succ. edd.)
Teaching targetsKnowing Moderm Art History in its proper language and forms from the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Century, understanding representative and iconographic codes and identifying the main protagonists according to some lines of thematic development. Recognize the story of the work of art, being able to read and interpret the work in its meanings, functions and social and historical role. Students should demonstrate a knowledge of the major facts and problems of modern Art History (XV-XVII Centuries), along with the relevant sources; be able to read, study and discuss work of art and essays relative to the period, grasping the differences in approach and conclusions. They should be able to identify, date and discuss clearly what they read and understand the meaning of diverging interpretations.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of Art History, Modern History and highlights of literature
Didattics MethodsLessons, seminars, visits to museums and monuments. Visits to museums are considered part of the course. Schedule and timetable will be agreed and given during lessons and also communicated on the D.I.R. forum.
Other informationsThe e-mail address Patrizia Zambrano is: patrizia.zambrano@uniupo.it . The study by Patrizia Zambrano is located at the Department of Humanities , St. Joseph , St. Eusebius Square 5 , III floor, Studio 19. All students interested in receiving information and updates are invited to enroll in the course of D.I.R. and to participate in the forum .
Grading rulesThe oral examination , lasting a minimum of about thirty minutes , is the only conclusive evidence and consists of an interview that focuses on the topics covered in class and bibliography assigned by the teacher . The visits conducted during the course are to be considered an integral part of the program and are the subject of examination .
Full argumentsThe course is aimed at creating a basic knowledge in Modern Art History. The lessons follow the lines of the Modern Art History textbook, identifying the main and most important thematic, biographical and chronological issues, with particular attention to the Italian Renaissance.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - LE0177 STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA - VERCELLI
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CourseMODERN ART HISTORY
Course IDL0625
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderZAMBRANO Patrizia
TeachersZAMBRANO Patrizia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/02 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractFONDAMENTI DI STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA
Reference textsSTUDENTS ATTENDING Part I. General Art History Survey e textbook. Students attending will prepare the examination on a general art history survey. They can read any sufficiently updated art history textbook, agreeing with the teacher. Recommended text: E. Cerchiari – P. L. De Vecchi, Arte nel tempo, Milano. Bompiani, 1999 (and subsequent ed.): vol. 2, tomo I. Part II. Essays, entries, sources, documents. Specific bibliographic suggestions will be given during the first lessons. Useful learning materials will be available during the course. STUDENTS NOT ATTENDING will add to part I, the Volume 2, tomo II of: E. Cerchiari – P. L. De Vecchi, Arte nel tempo, Milano. Bompiani, 1999 (e succ. edd.)
Teaching targetsKnowing Moderm Art History in its proper language and forms from the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Century, understanding representative and iconographic codes and identifying the main protagonists according to some lines of thematic development. Recognize the story of the work of art, being able to read and interpret the work in its meanings, functions and social and historical role. Students should demonstrate a knowledge of the major facts and problems of modern Art History (XV-XVII Centuries), along with the relevant sources; be able to read, study and discuss work of art and essays relative to the period, grasping the differences in approach and conclusions. They should be able to identify, date and discuss clearly what they read and understand the meaning of diverging interpretations.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of Art History, Modern History and highlights of literature
Didattics MethodsLessons, seminars, visits to museums and monuments. Visits to museums are considered part of the course. Schedule and timetable will be agreed and given during lessons and also communicated on the D.I.R. forum.
Other informationsThe e-mail address Patrizia Zambrano is: patrizia.zambrano@uniupo.it . The study by Patrizia Zambrano is located at the Department of Humanities , St. Joseph , St. Eusebius Square 5 , III floor, Studio 19. All students interested in receiving information and updates are invited to enroll in the course of D.I.R. and to participate in the forum .
Grading rulesThe oral examination , lasting a minimum of about thirty minutes , is the only conclusive evidence and consists of an interview that focuses on the topics covered in class and bibliography assigned by the teacher . The visits conducted during the course are to be considered an integral part of the program and are the subject of examination .
Full argumentsThe course is aimed at creating a basic knowledge in Modern Art History. The lessons follow the lines of the Modern Art History textbook, identifying the main and most important thematic, biographical and chronological issues, with particular attention to the Italian Renaissance.
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CourseMODERN ART HISTORY II
Course IDLE0032
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderZAMBRANO Patrizia
TeachersZAMBRANO Patrizia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/02 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractTECNICA, STILE E LESSICO DELLA STORIA DELL’ARTE MODERNA.
Reference textsCennino Cennini, Il libro dell’arte, Vicenza 2003 ed edizioni successive Students will study the 'Proemi' in Giorgio Vasari 'Lives': Giorgio Vasari, Le Vite. The best edition is: Giorgio Vasari, Le Vite de’ più eccellenti pittori scultori e archiettori nelle redazioni del 1550 e 1568, testo a cura di Rosanna Bettarini, commento secolare a cura di Paola Barocchi, Sansoni Editore, Firenze 1966-1987. A very god edition (only for the 1550 version) is: the one edited by Aldo Galli e Luciano Bellosi, 2 vols., Einaudi Tascabili (in DSU Library). Barbara Agosti, Giorgio Vasari. Luoghi e tempi della Vite, Officina Libraria, Milano 2013. Text book suggested: P.L. De Vecchi − E. Cerchiari (a cura di), I tempi dell’Arte, Bompiani, Milano 1999 ed edizioni successive, volume 2, tomo I. Students not attending lessons, will agree on the program and books with Patrizia Zambrano.
Teaching targetsStudents should demonstrate a knowledge of the major facts and problems of Modern Art History (XV-XVII Centuries), along with the relevant sources; be able to read, study and discuss work of art and essays relative to the period, grasping the differences in approach and conclusions. They should be able to identify, date and discuss clearly what they read and understand the meaning of diverging interpretations.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge in: Art History. Basic knowledge in: Modern History; Modern Literature. The course is recommended to Students that already attended a Modern Art History course.
Didattics MethodsLessons, seminars, visits to museums and monuments. Visits to museums are considered part of the course. Schedule and timetable will be agreed and given during lessons and also communicated on the D.I.R. forum.
Other informationsThe e-mail address Patrizia Zambrano is: patrizia.zambrano@uniupo.it . The study by Patrizia Zambrano is located at the Department of Humanities , St. Joseph , St. Eusebius Square 5 , III floor, Studio 19. All students interested in receiving information and updates are invited to enroll in the course of D.I.R. and to participate in the forum
Grading rulesThe oral examination , lasting a minimum of about thirty minutes , is the only conclusive evidence and consists of an interview that focuses on the topics covered in class and bibliography assigned by the teacher . The visits conducted during the course are to be considered an integral part of the program and are the subject of examination .
Full argumentsThe course is an advanced one and needs a good knowledge of Modern Art History as a prerequisite (level = Modern Art History University textbook). Students will study some lemma according to a thematic approach. These are fundamental concepts and themes for the understanding of Modern Art History. Lessons will propose a series of examples and case studies that will always have as its object the artist, artistic production, reception of the work of art in the interaction with sources, documents, bibliography. A part of the course will be spent to analize the language of Cennino Cennini, Cristoforo Landino e Giorgio Vasari in their famous writings on art and artists.
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CourseMODERN ART HISTORY II
Course IDLE0032
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderZAMBRANO Patrizia
TeachersZAMBRANO Patrizia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/02 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractTECNICA, STILE E LESSICO DELLA STORIA DELL’ARTE MODERNA.
Reference textsCennino Cennini, Il libro dell’arte, Vicenza 2003 ed edizioni successive Students will study the 'Proemi' in Giorgio Vasari 'Lives': Giorgio Vasari, Le Vite. The best edition is: Giorgio Vasari, Le Vite de’ più eccellenti pittori scultori e archiettori nelle redazioni del 1550 e 1568, testo a cura di Rosanna Bettarini, commento secolare a cura di Paola Barocchi, Sansoni Editore, Firenze 1966-1987. A very god edition (only for the 1550 version) is: the one edited by Aldo Galli e Luciano Bellosi, 2 vols., Einaudi Tascabili (in DSU Library). Barbara Agosti, Giorgio Vasari. Luoghi e tempi della Vite, Officina Libraria, Milano 2013. Text book suggested: P.L. De Vecchi − E. Cerchiari (a cura di), I tempi dell’Arte, Bompiani, Milano 1999 ed edizioni successive, volume 2, tomo I. Students not attending lessons, will agree on the program and books with Patrizia Zambrano.
Teaching targetsStudents should demonstrate a knowledge of the major facts and problems of Modern Art History (XV-XVII Centuries), along with the relevant sources; be able to read, study and discuss work of art and essays relative to the period, grasping the differences in approach and conclusions. They should be able to identify, date and discuss clearly what they read and understand the meaning of diverging interpretations.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge in: Art History. Basic knowledge in: Modern History; Modern Literature. The course is recommended to Students that already attended a Modern Art History course.
Didattics MethodsLessons, seminars, visits to museums and monuments. Visits to museums are considered part of the course. Schedule and timetable will be agreed and given during lessons and also communicated on the D.I.R. forum.
Other informationsThe e-mail address Patrizia Zambrano is: patrizia.zambrano@uniupo.it . The study by Patrizia Zambrano is located at the Department of Humanities , St. Joseph , St. Eusebius Square 5 , III floor, Studio 19. All students interested in receiving information and updates are invited to enroll in the course of D.I.R. and to participate in the forum
Grading rulesThe oral examination , lasting a minimum of about thirty minutes , is the only conclusive evidence and consists of an interview that focuses on the topics covered in class and bibliography assigned by the teacher . The visits conducted during the course are to be considered an integral part of the program and are the subject of examination .
Full argumentsThe course is an advanced one and needs a good knowledge of Modern Art History as a prerequisite (level = Modern Art History University textbook). Students will study some lemma according to a thematic approach. These are fundamental concepts and themes for the understanding of Modern Art History. Lessons will propose a series of examples and case studies that will always have as its object the artist, artistic production, reception of the work of art in the interaction with sources, documents, bibliography. A part of the course will be spent to analize the language of Cennino Cennini, Cristoforo Landino e Giorgio Vasari in their famous writings on art and artists.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - LE0178 STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA II - VERCELLI
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CourseMODERN HISTORY A
Course IDL0030
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersROSSO Claudio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLA STORIA MODERNA
Reference texts1. Carlo Capra, Storia moderna (1492-1848), Firenze : Le Monnier università-Mondadori education, 2011 2. Choose one from the following: Darnton R., Il grande affare dei lumi: storia editoriale dell'Encyclopédie, 1775-1800, Adelphi 2012; Davis N. Z., La doppia vita di Leone l'Africano, Laterza 2008; Fragnito G., La Bibbia al rogo. La censura ecclesiastica e i volgarizzamenti della Scrittura 1471-1605, il Mulino 2003; Garcia-Arenal M., Wingers A., L’uomo dei tre mondi. Storia di Samuel Pallache, ebreo marocchino nell’Europa del Seicento, Viella 2013; Morelli F., Il mondo atlantico. Una storia senza confini secoli XV-XIX, Carocci 2013; Po-Chia Hsia R., Un gesuita nella città proibita Matteo Ricci 1552-1610, il Mulino 2013; Tackett T., In nome del popolo sovrano. Alle origini della rivoluzione francese Carocci 2006; Venturi F., Settecento riformatore, Einaudi 1998; Subrahmanyam S., Mondi connessi. La storia oltre l'eurocentrismo secoli XVI-XVIII, Carocci 2014; Wachtel N., La logica dei roghi, UTET, Torino 2010; Capra C., Gli italiani prima dell'Italia. Un lungo Settecento, dalla fine della Controriforma a Napoleone, Carocci, Roma 2014; Tortarolo E., L'invenzione della libertà di stampa. Censura e scrittori nel settecento, Carocci, Roma 2011
Teaching targetsThis course aims at making the students familiar with the specificity of the historical texts and at engaging them in a critical study of the early modern period. It also stresses the importance of writing texts that use the historical vocabulary in a consistent way.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsOral lessons
Grading rulesEsame scritto ; Lo Studente dovra svolgere tre argomenti su nodi Fondamentali del Programma
Full argumentsThis course will present the crucial topics of early modern history from the late Middle Ages to the French Revolution.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0030 STORIA MODERNA A - VERCELLI
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CourseMODERN HISTORY A
Course IDL0030
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersROSSO Claudio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLA STORIA MODERNA
Reference texts1. Carlo Capra, Storia moderna (1492-1848), Firenze : Le Monnier università-Mondadori education, 2011 2. Choose one from the following: Darnton R., Il grande affare dei lumi: storia editoriale dell'Encyclopédie, 1775-1800, Adelphi 2012; Davis N. Z., La doppia vita di Leone l'Africano, Laterza 2008; Fragnito G., La Bibbia al rogo. La censura ecclesiastica e i volgarizzamenti della Scrittura 1471-1605, il Mulino 2003; Garcia-Arenal M., Wingers A., L’uomo dei tre mondi. Storia di Samuel Pallache, ebreo marocchino nell’Europa del Seicento, Viella 2013; Morelli F., Il mondo atlantico. Una storia senza confini secoli XV-XIX, Carocci 2013; Po-Chia Hsia R., Un gesuita nella città proibita Matteo Ricci 1552-1610, il Mulino 2013; Tackett T., In nome del popolo sovrano. Alle origini della rivoluzione francese Carocci 2006; Venturi F., Settecento riformatore, Einaudi 1998; Subrahmanyam S., Mondi connessi. La storia oltre l'eurocentrismo secoli XVI-XVIII, Carocci 2014; Wachtel N., La logica dei roghi, UTET, Torino 2010; Capra C., Gli italiani prima dell'Italia. Un lungo Settecento, dalla fine della Controriforma a Napoleone, Carocci, Roma 2014; Tortarolo E., L'invenzione della libertà di stampa. Censura e scrittori nel settecento, Carocci, Roma 2011
Teaching targetsThis course aims at making the students familiar with the specificity of the historical texts and at engaging them in a critical study of the early modern period. It also stresses the importance of writing texts that use the historical vocabulary in a consistent way.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsOral lessons
Grading rulesEsame scritto ; Lo Studente dovra svolgere tre argomenti su nodi Fondamentali del Programma
Full argumentsThis course will present the crucial topics of early modern history from the late Middle Ages to the French Revolution.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0030 STORIA MODERNA A - VERCELLI
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CourseMORAL PHILOSOPHY A
Course IDL0207
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPOMA Iolanda
TeachersPOMA Iolanda
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-FIL/03 - FILOSOFIA MORALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractTHE ETHICAL EMERGENCY IN THE PHILOSOPHICAL SPEECH: PAUL RICOEUR, EMMANUEL LEVINAS
Reference textsFor the introductory part about discipline the reference text is Aldo Masullo, Filosofia morale, Editori Riuniti, Roma 2006 (purchase not required). During first part of the cours will be made available to students a collection of essays by works of P. Ricoeur and of E. Levinas; I. Poma, Le eresie della fenomenologia. Itinerario tra Merleau-Ponty, Ricoeur e Levinas, ESI, Napoli 1996. Other readings will be reperted for the seminar part.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of classical texts of contemporary thought and orientation about the problems and the main themes of moral philosophy. Ability to present and discuss the positions of the authors, using as appropriate the fundamental concepts of the discipline.
PrerequisitesAre not required prerequisites
Didattics MethodsFrontal exposure, analysis and comment text, group discussions, seminars.
Grading rulesOral examination
Full argumentsAfter an introduction on the fundamental themes of the discipline, the course focuses on the thought of Paul Ricoeur and Emmanuel Levinas. The theme of the involuntary in Ricoeur and the traumatic experience of the encounter with the other in Levinas are able to develop their common reference to Husserl's phenomenology to an eminently ethical opening.
Course borrowed fromFILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0207 FILOSOFIA MORALE A - VERCELLI
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CourseMethodology of hystorical research
Course IDL0124
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderROSSO Claudio
TeachersROSSO Claudio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA, METODI E OBIETTIVI DELLA RICERCA STORICA
Reference textsRegular attenders will be examined on lesson notes and on two of the following books: Marc Bloch, Apologia della storia o mestiere di storico, Einaudi, Torino 1969 or later editions; Peter Burke, Storia e teoria sociale, Il Mulino, Bologna 1995; Scipione Guarracino, Le età della storia. Bruno Mondadori, Milano 2001; Peter Burke, Testimoni oculari. Il significato storico delle immagini, Carocci, Roma 2002; Marcello Mustè, La storia: teoria e metodi, Carocci, Roma 2005; Prima lezione di metodo storico, a cura di Sergio Luzzatto, Laterza, Roma-Bari 2010; Pietro Rossi, ll senso della storia, ll Mulino, Bologna 2012; Francesco Benigno, Parole nel tempo. Un lessico per pensare la storia, Viella, Roma 2013; Sandro Rogari, La scienza storica, Utet, Torino 2013; Walter Panciera e Andrea Zannini, Didattica della storia. Manuale per la formazione degli insegnanti, Le Monnier, Firenze 2013. Non attenders will study Marc Bloch's Apologia della storia and two other books among those listed above.
Teaching targetsStudents are expected to become aware of the historical dimension of knowledge and to get acquainted with the methods, practices and rules of historical research and of historical communication
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics Methodsoral lessons
Grading rulesoral examination
Full argumentsThe main lines of history of historiography. Historical research and historical interpretation. Historical periodization. History between science and narrative. Causality in history. Historical sources. Where to research: Archives, libraries, the Internet
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - L0124 METODOLOGIA DELLA RICERCA STORICA A - VERCELLI
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CourseMethodology of hystorical research
Course IDL0124
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderROSSO Claudio
TeachersROSSO Claudio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA, METODI E OBIETTIVI DELLA RICERCA STORICA
Reference textsRegular attenders will be examined on lesson notes and on two of the following books: Marc Bloch, Apologia della storia o mestiere di storico, Einaudi, Torino 1969 or later editions; Peter Burke, Storia e teoria sociale, Il Mulino, Bologna 1995; Scipione Guarracino, Le età della storia. Bruno Mondadori, Milano 2001; Peter Burke, Testimoni oculari. Il significato storico delle immagini, Carocci, Roma 2002; Marcello Mustè, La storia: teoria e metodi, Carocci, Roma 2005; Prima lezione di metodo storico, a cura di Sergio Luzzatto, Laterza, Roma-Bari 2010; Pietro Rossi, ll senso della storia, ll Mulino, Bologna 2012; Francesco Benigno, Parole nel tempo. Un lessico per pensare la storia, Viella, Roma 2013; Sandro Rogari, La scienza storica, Utet, Torino 2013; Walter Panciera e Andrea Zannini, Didattica della storia. Manuale per la formazione degli insegnanti, Le Monnier, Firenze 2013. Non attenders will study Marc Bloch's Apologia della storia and two other books among those listed above.
Teaching targetsStudents are expected to become aware of the historical dimension of knowledge and to get acquainted with the methods, practices and rules of historical research and of historical communication
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics Methodsoral lessons
Grading rulesoral examination
Full argumentsThe main lines of history of historiography. Historical research and historical interpretation. Historical periodization. History between science and narrative. Causality in history. Historical sources. Where to research: Archives, libraries, the Internet
Course borrowed toLETTERE (1722) - L0124 METODOLOGIA DELLA RICERCA STORICA A - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0124 METODOLOGIA DELLA RICERCA STORICA A - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - LE0283 METODOLOGIA DELLA RICERCA STORICA - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0124 METODOLOGIA DELLA RICERCA STORICA A - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0124 METODOLOGIA DELLA RICERCA STORICA A - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0124 METODOLOGIA DELLA RICERCA STORICA A - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1006 METODOLOGIA DELLA RICERCA STORICA MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1006 METODOLOGIA DELLA RICERCA STORICA MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
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CoursePALEOGRAPHY
Course IDL0155
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGANDINO Germana
TeachersGANDINO Germana
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/09 - PALEOGRAFIA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA, FORME, USI DELLA SCRITTURA.
Reference textsRegular attenders will be examined on lesson notes. Non-attenders will agree with the teacher a program in the following bibliography:B. Bischoff, Paleografia latina. Antichità e Medioevo, Padova 1991; G. Cencetti, Paleografia latina, Roma 1978; G. Cencetti, Lineamenti di storia della scrittura latina, Bologna 1997; P. Cherubini – A. Pratesi, Paleografia latina. L’avventura grafica del mondo occidentale, Città del Vaticano 2010; A. Petrucci, Breve storia della scrittura latina, Roma 1992.
Teaching targetsacquiring an adequate knowledge of the history of writing; gaining basic informations about the writing of the medieval sources; learning to read, transcribe and analyze simple texts.
Prerequisitesbasic knowledge of the Latin language.
Didattics Methodslectures with exercises.
Grading rulesthe exam is oral and focuses on the arguments . In the examination of handwriting examples will be shown : it will invite students to read and to illustrate the type .
Full argumentsthe course aims to provide an adequate knowledge of the historical developments of writing systems and to provide information about major figures and contexts of the history of writing. The course also aims to approach simple medieval texts.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - L0155 PALEOGRAFIA - VERCELLI
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CoursePALEOGRAPHY
Course IDL0155
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGANDINO Germana
TeachersGANDINO Germana
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/09 - PALEOGRAFIA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA, FORME, USI DELLA SCRITTURA.
Reference textsRegular attenders will be examined on lesson notes. Non-attenders will agree with the teacher a program in the following bibliography:B. Bischoff, Paleografia latina. Antichità e Medioevo, Padova 1991; G. Cencetti, Paleografia latina, Roma 1978; G. Cencetti, Lineamenti di storia della scrittura latina, Bologna 1997; P. Cherubini – A. Pratesi, Paleografia latina. L’avventura grafica del mondo occidentale, Città del Vaticano 2010; A. Petrucci, Breve storia della scrittura latina, Roma 1992.
Teaching targetsacquiring an adequate knowledge of the history of writing; gaining basic informations about the writing of the medieval sources; learning to read, transcribe and analyze simple texts.
Prerequisitesbasic knowledge of the Latin language.
Didattics Methodslectures with exercises.
Grading rulesthe exam is oral and focuses on the arguments . In the examination of handwriting examples will be shown : it will invite students to read and to illustrate the type .
Full argumentsthe course aims to provide an adequate knowledge of the historical developments of writing systems and to provide information about major figures and contexts of the history of writing. The course also aims to approach simple medieval texts.
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CoursePALEOGRAPHY
Course IDL0155
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGANDINO Germana
TeachersGANDINO Germana
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/09 - PALEOGRAFIA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA, FORME, USI DELLA SCRITTURA.
Reference textsRegular attenders will be examined on lesson notes. Non-attenders will agree with the teacher a program in the following bibliography:B. Bischoff, Paleografia latina. Antichità e Medioevo, Padova 1991; G. Cencetti, Paleografia latina, Roma 1978; G. Cencetti, Lineamenti di storia della scrittura latina, Bologna 1997; P. Cherubini – A. Pratesi, Paleografia latina. L’avventura grafica del mondo occidentale, Città del Vaticano 2010; A. Petrucci, Breve storia della scrittura latina, Roma 1992.
Teaching targetsacquiring an adequate knowledge of the history of writing; gaining basic informations about the writing of the medieval sources; learning to read, transcribe and analyze simple texts.
Prerequisitesbasic knowledge of the Latin language.
Didattics Methodslectures with exercises.
Grading rulesthe exam is oral and focuses on the arguments . In the examination of handwriting examples will be shown : it will invite students to read and to illustrate the type .
Full argumentsthe course aims to provide an adequate knowledge of the historical developments of writing systems and to provide information about major figures and contexts of the history of writing. The course also aims to approach simple medieval texts.
Course borrowed toLETTERE (1722) - L0155 PALEOGRAFIA - VERCELLI
LETTERE (1722) - L0155 PALEOGRAFIA - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0155 PALEOGRAFIA - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0155 PALEOGRAFIA - VERCELLI
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CoursePOLITICAL AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY A
Course IDL0005
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAFFERNI Raffaella
TeachersAFFERNI Raffaella
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-GGR/02 - GEOGRAFIA ECONOMICO-POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY. A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE The course aims to introduce contemporary research perspectives and approaches in economic geography
Reference textsVanolo Alberto, Bignante Elisa, Celata Filippo, Geografie dello sviluppo. Una prospettiva critica e globale, UTET, Novara, 2014. Students following 5 cfu course are dispensed with chapter 8.
Teaching targetsknowledge and understanding: ability to interpret the characters and the signs of globalization at different scales - applying knowledge and understanding: to engender an understanding of economic, social and political networks in a territory - making judgements: ability to evaluate economic, social and political dynamics that influence territorial organization - communication skills: ability to analyse the language of geo-cartographic communication - learning skills: to develop an appreciation and understanding of geo-economic and geo-political literature
PrerequisitesBasic geographical knowledge at the high-school level
Didattics MethodsYou are expected to be present and participate both in class lessons and itinerant lessons in Vercelli region, to examine geographical maps, to download online resources from DIR service on Department webpage
Other informationsThis course is recommended to students who have already obtained credits in a discipline of the sectors M - GGR / 01 (Geography) or M - GGR / 02 (Political - economic geography) .
Grading rulesWritten examination of variable duration (roughly an hour) with open questions (possibly integrated by an interview) on to class topics and content of the texts proposed in the bibliography
Full argumentsIntroduction to economic geography and main topics (2 hours). Growth, development and regional inequality. The global triad and emerging BRICS (6 hours). Sustainable development, environmental hazards and development geography (4 hours). Demographic dynamics and economic development (2 hours). Migration and labour market; tourism as temporary mobility (4 hours). Spatial organization of economic activities: agriculture, industry and services (4 hours). The localization of economic activities (2 hours). Globalization and internationalization processes (4 hours). The global governance of economy (2 hours).
Course borrowed toLETTERE (1722) - L0005 GEOGRAFIA POLITICA ED ECONOMICA A - VERCELLI
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CourseROMANCE PHILOLOGY A
Course IDL0053
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMANTOVANI Dario
TeachersMANTOVANI Dario
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/09 - FILOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA ROMANZA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractForms and genres in Medieval Romance literature: epics at its origins
Reference textsBefore purchasing any of the items listed (with the only exception of Renzi and Andreose’s coursebook), please refer to you teacher at dario.mantovani@uniupo.it. Further information and course reference material will be provided during the lessons or online, through the IT Didattica In Rete tool. Lorenzo Renzi – Alvise Andreose, Manuale di linguistica e filologia romanza, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2015. AA.VV., La letteratura francese medievale, a c. di Mario Mancini, Roma, Carocci, 2014 (solo i capp. 2, 3 e 4). Jean-Claude Schmitt, Il gesto nel Medioevo, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 1990. Maria Luisa Meneghetti, Le origini delle letterature medievali romanze, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 1997. Alberto Limentani – Marco Infurna, L’epica romanza nel Medioevo, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2007. La canzone di Guglielmo, a c. di Andrea Fassò (Biblioteca Medievale 47), Roma, Carocci, 2015. La Chanson de Roland, introduzione di Cesare Segre, a c. di Mario Bensi, Milano, BUR Classici, 2015. Fondamenti di critica testuale, a c. di Alfredo Stussi, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2006.
Teaching targets• objectives – knowledge and comprehension: knowledge of the main steps in the evolution of Romance languages starting from vulgar Latin; reading, translating and commenting on the linguistic features of a few texts of the ancient tradition and excerpts from the main epic texts (in particular, Chanson de Roland and Chanson de Guillaume); basic knowledge of Romance literature history up to the 12th century, with a special focus on epics and romances; working knowledge of the history of philology and of the main methods in use today for producing a critical edition; ability to read and analyse the critical edition of a text. • objectives – applying new knowledge and comprehension skills: being able to read, translate and comment on some of the most common documents of ancient Romance tradition//literature; recognising different kinds of text editions; • objectives – assessing critical editions: being able to interpret and assess existing critical editions of Romance texts. Determining precisely the language or dialect those texts are written in. • objectives – communicating: being able to express one’s knowledge, the problems occurring and their solutions using the correct terms. • objectives – studying: being able to identify and use the main tools available in philology; carrying out literary, grammatical, lexicographic and historical research in a library and on-line.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge normally acquired at high school. If students have never followed a course of Latin language, they should better have attended or be attending a basic Latin language course.
Didattics MethodsLessons, individual study, contingent group activities.
Other informationsIn order to simplify the preparation of the documents to be used in class, please write in advance to the teacher stating you wish to take part to the course. Also, get in touch before purchasing any item in the bibliography (with the only exception of Renzi and Andreose’s Romance linguistic textbook).
Grading rulesOral exam
Full argumentsThe module is organised as a seminar and will take place during the second semester. A schedule of lessons will be given during the first lesson and will available by sending a written request to the teacher (dario.mantovani@uniupo.it). During the course, the evolution of Romance languages will be presented, starting from vulgar Latin, by way of reading and commenting on the linguistic features of some of the main documents of ancient Romance literature. More literary texts will be read and commented upon, and a basic knowledge of text criticism will be given through the exam of critical editions of the texts examined during each lesson. An overview of the history of medieval Romance literatures will be given, with a special focus on epics and its relationship with romances (and their evolution in the 12th century). Excerpts from French medieval epic texts will be translated and commented upon, in particular from Chanson de Roland and Chanson de Guillaume.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - LP018 FILOLOGIA ROMANZA A - VERCELLI
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CourseROMANCE PHILOLOGY A
Course IDL0053
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMANTOVANI Dario
TeachersMANTOVANI Dario
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/09 - FILOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA ROMANZA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractForms and genres in Medieval Romance literature: epics at its origins.
Reference textsBefore purchasing any of the items listed (with the only exception of Renzi and Andreose’s coursebook), please refer to you teacher at dario.mantovani@uniupo.it. Further information and course reference material will be provided during the lessons or online, through the IT Didattica In Rete tool. Lorenzo Renzi – Alvise Andreose, Manuale di linguistica e filologia romanza, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2015. AA.VV., La letteratura francese medievale, a c. di Mario Mancini, Roma, Carocci, 2014 (solo i capp. 2, 3 e 4). Jean-Claude Schmitt, Il gesto nel Medioevo, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 1990. Maria Luisa Meneghetti, Le origini delle letterature medievali romanze, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 1997. Alberto Limentani – Marco Infurna, L’epica romanza nel Medioevo, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2007. La canzone di Guglielmo, a c. di Andrea Fassò (Biblioteca Medievale 47), Roma, Carocci, 2015. La Chanson de Roland, introduzione di Cesare Segre, a c. di Mario Bensi, Milano, BUR Classici, 2015. Fondamenti di critica testuale, a c. di Alfredo Stussi, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2006.
Teaching targets• objectives – knowledge and comprehension: knowledge of the main steps in the evolution of Romance languages starting from vulgar Latin; reading, translating and commenting on the linguistic features of a few texts of the ancient tradition and excerpts from the main epic texts (in particular, Chanson de Roland and Chanson de Guillaume); basic knowledge of Romance literature history up to the 12th century, with a special focus on epics and romances; working knowledge of the history of philology and of the main methods in use today for producing a critical edition; ability to read and analyse the critical edition of a text. • objectives – applying new knowledge and comprehension skills: being able to read, translate and comment on some of the most common documents of ancient Romance tradition//literature; recognising different kinds of text editions; • objectives – assessing critical editions: being able to interpret and assess existing critical editions of Romance texts. Determining precisely the language or dialect those texts are written in. • objectives – communicating: being able to express one’s knowledge, the problems occurring and their solutions using the correct terms. • objectives – studying: being able to identify and use the main tools available in philology; carrying out literary, grammatical, lexicographic and historical research in a library and on-line.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge normally acquired at high school. If students have never followed a course of Latin language, they should better have attended or be attending a basic Latin language course.
Didattics MethodsLessons, individual study, contingent group activities.
Other informationsIn order to simplify the preparation of the documents to be used in class, please write in advance to the teacher stating you wish to take part to the course. Also, get in touch before purchasing any item in the bibliography (with the only exception of Renzi and Andreose’s Romance linguistic textbook).
Grading rulesoral exam
Full argumentsThe module is organised as a seminar and will take place during the second semester. A schedule of lessons will be given during the first lesson and will available by sending a written request to the teacher (dario.mantovani@uniupo.it). During the course, the evolution of Romance languages will be presented, starting from vulgar Latin, by way of reading and commenting on the linguistic features of some of the main documents of ancient Romance literature. More literary texts will be read and commented upon, and a basic knowledge of text criticism will be given through the exam of critical editions of the texts examined during each lesson. An overview of the history of medieval Romance literatures will be given, with a special focus on epics and its relationship with romances (and their evolution in the 12th century). Excerpts from French medieval epic texts will be translated and commented upon, in particular from Chanson de Roland and Chanson de Guillaume.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - LP018 FILOLOGIA ROMANZA A - VERCELLI
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CourseROMAN HISTORY
Course IDL0736
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
TeachersGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/03 - STORIA ROMANA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA DI ROMA ANTICA
Reference textsA. Momigliano, Manuale di Storia romana (a cura di A. Mastrocinque), UTET Università, Torino 2011. The students who can not attend the lessons must study also the following handbook: G. Alfoeldy, Storia sociale dell'antica Roma, Il Mulino Bologna 2013
Teaching targetsObjectives of the module: to know the main events of the history of ancient Rome, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures, seminars, online tutorials.
Other informationsIt's recommended class attendance .
Grading rulesOral examination. Attending students : will be proposed , in principle , three questions : the first age monarchical and republican until the Punic Wars including , depending on the period from the end of the Punic Wars until the third century crisis , the third on ' Late Antiquity , from Diocletian to Justinian . It will be given particular relevance to topics in-depth lessons , whose documentation ( in particular those related to sources commented ) will be made ​​available on the DIR . Non-attending students : one of three questions will focus on the contents of the book by G. Alfoeldy ; the temporal distribution of the three questions will be similar to that of the students .
Full argumentsThe main events of history of ancient Rome will be examined from the beginnings to the VI century a.d., in particular: the foundation myths, the transition from monarchy to republic, the expansion of Rome in the Mediterranean area, the civil wars, the beginning of principate, the imperial dinasties and the reforms by Diocletianus, Constantinus and Justinian.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - L1256 STORIA ROMANA - VERCELLI
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CourseROMAN HISTORY
Course IDL0736
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
TeachersGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/03 - STORIA ROMANA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSTORIA DI ROMA ANTICA
Reference textsA. Momigliano, Manuale di Storia romana (a cura di A. Mastrocinque), UTET Università, Torino 2011. The students who can not attend the lessons must study also the following handbook: G. Alfoeldy, Storia sociale dell'antica Roma, Il Mulino Bologna 2013
Teaching targetsObjectives of the module: to know the main events of the history of ancient Rome, to understand its political, social and economic weight and to be able to explain them.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures, seminars, online tutorials.
Other informationsIt's recommended class attendance .
Grading rulesOral examination. Attending students : will be proposed , in principle , three questions : the first age monarchical and republican until the Punic Wars including , depending on the period from the end of the Punic Wars until the third century crisis , the third on ' Late Antiquity , from Diocletian to Justinian . It will be given particular relevance to topics in-depth lessons , whose documentation ( in particular those related to sources commented ) will be made ​​available on the DIR . Non-attending students : one of three questions will focus on the contents of the book by G. Alfoeldy ; the temporal distribution of the three questions will be similar to that of the students .
Full argumentsThe main events of history of ancient Rome will be examined from the beginnings to the VI century a.d., in particular: the foundation myths, the transition from monarchy to republic, the expansion of Rome in the Mediterranean area, the civil wars, the beginning of principate, the imperial dinasties and the reforms by Diocletianus, Constantinus and Justinian.
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CourseSOCIOLINGUISTICS
Course IDLE0122
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderNAPOLI Maria
TeachersNAPOLI Maria
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/01 - GLOTTOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractIntroduction to Sociolinguistics
Reference texts(1) Gaetano Berruto and Massimo Cerruti, Manuale di Sociolinguistica, Utet, Torino, 2015; (2) Gaetano Berruto, Sociolinguistica dell'italiano contemporaneo, Carocci, Roma, 2012 (new edition); (3) A selection of papers (for students attending the 'Laurea Magistrale').
Teaching targetsThe main goal of this course is to provide an overview of Sociolinguistics, and to develop students’ knowledge of basic notions and issues related to it. The course further aims to enable students to understand the relationship between language and society, i.e. between linguistic variation and social variables of different kinds (with a special focus on sociolinguistic variation in Italian).
PrerequisitesStudents should have basic knowledge of general linguistics.
Didattics MethodsLectures and “Web didactic” (DIR)
Other informationsFurther information will be provided during the course.
Grading rulesThe final exam is oral and is organized as follows: 1) Definition of some basic concepts related to the discipline; 2) Detailed description of at least one type of intralinguistic variation; 3) Questions on the sociolinguistic 'architecture' of the Italian language and analysis of empirical data.
Full argumentsClasses will be devoted to an introduction of Sociolinguistics, by focusing on those notions, problems and aspects that specifically characterize it as a subfield of Linguistics. In particular, the course will deal with theoretical and methodological issues concerning the interaction between language and society (more specifically, how social and cultural contexts influence linguistic behaviour). Finally, more specific aspects related to sociolinguistic variation in Italian will be taken into account.
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LETTERE (1722) - LE0122 SOCIOLINGUISTICA - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - LE0122 SOCIOLINGUISTICA - VERCELLI
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CourseSOCIOLINGUISTICS
Course IDLE0122
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderNAPOLI Maria
TeachersNAPOLI Maria
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/01 - GLOTTOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractIntroduction to Sociolinguistics
Reference texts(1) Gaetano Berruto and Massimo Cerruti, Manuale di Sociolinguistica, Utet, Torino, 2015; (2) Gaetano Berruto, Sociolinguistica dell'italiano contemporaneo, Carocci, Roma, 2012 (new edition); (3) A selection of papers (for students attending the 'Laurea Magistrale').
Teaching targetsThe main goal of this course is to provide an overview of Sociolinguistics, and to develop students’ knowledge of basic notions and issues related to it. The course further aims to enable students to understand the relationship between language and society, i.e. between linguistic variation and social variables of different kinds (with a special focus on sociolinguistic variation in Italian).
PrerequisitesStudents should have basic knowledge of general linguistics.
Didattics MethodsLectures and “Web didactic” (DIR)
Other informationsFurther information will be provided during the course.
Grading rulesThe final exam is oral and is organized as follows: 1) Definition of some basic concepts; 2) Detailed description of at least one type of intralinguistic variation; 3) Questions on the sociolinguistic architecture of the Italian language and analysis of empirical data.
Full argumentsClasses will be devoted to an introduction of Sociolinguistics, by focusing on those notions, problems and aspects that specifically characterize it as a subfield of Linguistics. In particular, the course will deal with theoretical and methodological issues concerning the interaction between language and society (more specifically, how social and cultural contexts influence linguistic behaviour). Finally, more specific aspects related to sociolinguistic variation in Italian will be taken into account.
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CourseSTORIA MEDIEVALE 2
Course IDLE0290
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARBERO Alessandro
TeachersBARBERO Alessandro
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryD - A scelta dallo studente
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractProblems of European Civilization from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages
Reference textsTEXT 1 C. Wickham, Fonti archeologiche – fonti storiche: un dialogo complesso, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, diretta da A. Barbero, IV. Il Medioevo (secoli V-XV), a cura di S. Carocci, IX: Strutture, preminenze, lessici comuni, Roma 2007, pp. 15-49 TEXT 2 P. Corrao, Pieno e basso Medioevo: metodologie della ricerca e modelli interpretativi, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 361-406 TEXT 3 (online), A. Barbero, La mutazione feudale TEXT 4, (online), A. Barbero, Il decollo dell’Occidente TEXT 5, G. Petralia, Crescita ed espansione, in Storia Medievale, Roma 1998 (Manuali Donzelli), pp. 291-317 TEXT 6, (online), A. Barbero, La riforma della Chiesa TEXT 7, A. Paravicini Bagliani, Il papato da Leone IX a Bonifacio VIII. Centralità e universalità, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 553-584 TEXT 8, L. Baietto, L’impero romano-germanico, ivi, pp. 587-623 TEXT 9, (online), A. Barbero, L’origine del Comuni TEXT 10, (online), A. Barbero, Le crociate TEXT 11, (online), A. Barbero, Feudo e signoria TEXT 12, (online), A. Barbero, Dal comune alla signoria TEXT 13, (online), A. Barbero, La vita religiosa TEXT 14, A. Esch, Le origini dell’università, in Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, cit., VIII: Popoli, poteri, dinamiche, Roma 2006, pp. 709-728 TEXT 15, (online), A. Barbero, La crisi del Trecento TEXT 16, (online), A. Barbero, La rinascita dello stato
Teaching targetsStudents are expected to obtain a sound knowledge as well as to reach a critical understanding of the main problems in the development of European civilization through the High and Late Middle Ages, as well of some notions of the pertinent scientific debate. They are expected to be able to apply such knowledge and understanding in any occasion in which life should call them to be equal to such a challenge. They are expected to be able to formulate and express their own informed judgment thereupon. They are expected to be able to communicate the aforesaid knowledge and understanding in their own mother tongue. It goes without saying that they are expected to be able to understand and learn the lessons that will be taught and the texts they will be instructed to study.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsIn the humanities teaching has always consisted and will forever consist of a simple, yet articulated flow of words from the teacher, intended to offer to the audience essential informations as well as to stimulate a critical response. That is called a "lesson". Teaching activities in this course will conform to the aforesaid venerable pattern.
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the main transformations affecting the West through the High and Late Middle Ages: the feudal revolution, Gregorian reform, the birth of the communes, the Crusades, the new religious orders and heretical movements, the coming back of the State.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - LE0241 STORIA MEDIEVALE 1 - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseTHEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY
Course IDL0271
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPAGANO Maurizio
TeachersPAGANO Maurizio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-FIL/01 - FILOSOFIA TEORETICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLA FENOMENOLOGIA DELLO SPIRITO DI HEGEL
Reference textsG. W. F. HEGEL, Fenomenologia dello spirito, trad. it. di G. Garelli, Einaudi, Torino 2008. - G. W. F. HEGEL, Fenomenologia dello spirito, Prefazione - Introduzione - Il sapere assoluto, a cura di M. Pagano, S.E.I., Torino 1996 (This book is out of print, but it can be found in the Library of the Humanities Department). - J. HYPPOLITE, Genesi e struttura della “Fenomenologia dello spirito”, La Nuova Italia, Firenze 1972, o Bompiani, Milano 2005. This book is mandatory for students who did not attend the course (the volume is out of print, but it is available in the library). - Sostanza e soggetto. Studi sulla “Prefazione” alla Fenomenologia dello spirito di Hegel, a cura di G. Garelli e M. Pagano, Pendragon, Bologna 2016 (Publication scheduled for September 2016). - R. BODEI, La civetta e la talpa. Sistema ed epoca in Hegel, il Mulino, Bologna 2014. - P. CODA, La percezione della forma, Città Nuova, Roma 2007. - G. GARELLI, Hegel e le incertezze del senso, ETS, Pisa 2012.
Teaching targetsMake acquaintance with a classical work of western thought and learn how to analyze it; learn how to express well-grounded judgements with reference to the core theses of the text
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of the history of philosophy
Didattics MethodsOral lessons and seminars with in-depth discussion
Grading rulesOral examination , obviously with questions about the course content and the texts in program
Full argumentsThe course offers an introduction to Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit, one of the greatest classics of western thought. The course's goal is to provide a general presentation of the work, and yet, due to its complexity, the main focus will be on those parts which are more relevant for contemporary debate, such as the Preface and the sections about Self-consciousness, Spirit and Absolute Knowledge. Through this analysis the course aims to offer a valid foundation for the understanding of Hegel's whole thought.
Course borrowed fromFILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0271 FILOSOFIA TEORETICA - VERCELLI
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CourseARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY OF GREEK AND ROMAN ART B
Course IDL0072
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderZOPPI Carlo
TeachersZOPPI Carlo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/07 - ARCHEOLOGIA CLASSICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSELINUNTE. UNA POLIS DELLA SICILIA GRECA
Reference textsS. Tusa (a cura di), Selinunte, Roma, L'Erma, 2010; G.F. La Torre, Sicilia e Magna Grecia. Archeologia della colonizzazione greca d’Occidente, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2011. Students not attending classes: E. Lippolis, M. Livadiotti, G. Rocco, Architettura greca. Storia e monumenti del mondo della polis dalle origini al V secolo, Milano, Bruno Mondadori, 2007, pp. 108-128, 161-175, 253-279, 335-353, 394-421, 481-489, 777-844, 863-909; E. Greco, Archeologia della Grecità occidentale 1. La Magna Grecia, Bologna, Monduzzi Editore, 2008; M. Congiu, Gela. Topografia e sviluppo urbano, Caltanissetta, Sciascia Editore, 2015; T. Ismaelli, Archeologia del culto a Gela. Il santuario del Predio Sola, Bari, Edipuglia,2011.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of essential outlines and key themes of Greek architecture and art history. Knowledge of appropriate language for the subject. Analytical and critical skills on ancient architectural and artistic forms.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of the outlines of Archaic and Classical Greek history.
Didattics MethodsLectures
Other informationsAttendance is recommended .
Grading rulesOral examination. Questions related to class discussed images and those contained in the listed textbooks
Full argumentsArchitecture and sculpture in a city of Greek Sicily.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - L0072 ARCHEOLOGIA E STORIA DELL'ARTE GRECA E ROMANA B - VERCELLI
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CourseCOMPARATIVE LITERATURES A
Course IDL0090
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSINI Stefania Irene
TeachersSINI Stefania Irene
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/14 - CRITICA LETTERARIA E LETTERATURE COMPARATE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractPARTE ISTITUZIONALE: TEORIE E ANALISI DELLA NARRAZIONE PARTE MONOGRAFICA: VOCI DELLA RIVOLUZIONE RUSSA
Reference textsInstitutional part: - PAOLO GIOVANNETTI, Il racconto. Letteratura, cinema, televisone, Roma, Carocci, 2012. Monographic part: - MIKHAIL BULGAKOV, The White Guard - VLADIMIR MAJAKOVSKY, Ode to the Revolution - BORIS PASTERNAK, The Doctor Zhivago Films - NIKITA MIKHALKOV, A Slave of Love (Раба любвы) (1975) - WARREN BEATTY, Reds (1981) Supplementary reading for not attending students: - JOHN REEDS, Ten Days that Shook the World.
Teaching targetsBasic knowledge of literary criticism and literary theory. Ability in analyzing and comparing texts belonging to different historical and cultural contexts, literary traditions, genres. Competence in aknowledging rhetorical strategies, stylistic devices, structural composition of literary works. Knowledge of some literary texts which document the epochal turning point of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and reflect on it through their specific aesthetic, diegetic and compositional choices.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of history of italian, european and extra-european literature
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, text readings, projections of films, discussions. The students who wish, can present, singularly or in group, to the class a text or a film of the programme.
Other informationsIt requires classroom suitable to the number of students .
Grading rulesWritten or oral choice . Questions about the theory and narrative methodology ( institutional part ) ; Reading and narratological analysis of texts ; Their comments and interpretation in the light of the issues addressed during the course in the monographic .
Full argumentsThe institutional part of the course aims at providing the basic theoretical and methodological instruments for the analysis of narrative text, with particular attention to the most recent proposals. The monographic part aims at examining and comparing some examples of narrative and poetic representation of the Russian Revolution of 1917, with its effects on the characters' destinies, and on the bearing joints of the plot.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - LP006 LETTERATURE COMPARATE A - VERCELLI
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CourseCONTEMPORARY HISTORY A
Course IDL0032
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARIANO Marco
TeachersMARIANO Marco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/04 - STORIA CONTEMPORANEA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractINTRODUZIONE ALLA STORIA CONTEMPORANEA: LE PAROLE-CHIAVE DEL 900
Reference texts1) Paolo Viola, Storia moderna e contemporanea. Il novecento, Torino, Eiunaudi, 2000 2) Tommaso Detti, Giovanni Gozzini, Storia Contemporanea. Il 900 Milano, Bruno Mondadori, 2010 (later editions of both books are accepted)
Teaching targetsMajor goals are: familiarizing with major events as well as logical/chronological/spatial connections, understanding primary documents set in their cultural and political context, critically engaging textbooks, planning study-at-home activity based on topics and materials discussed in class
Prerequisitesconoscenze storiche di base a livello di liceo/scuola superiore
Didattics Methodslectures with audio/vdo materials
Grading ruleswritten exam : short essay , test with open-ended questions and closed
Full argumentsThe course discusses the history of Italy and Europe since the late 19th century, with a strong focus on political and institutional history and on international and transnational relations at the economic and cultural level. It is structured on kewwords (nation state and empire, totalitarianism, total war, mass society) which are both defined at the theoretical level and exemplified at the empirical level.
Course borrowed fromFILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0032 STORIA CONTEMPORANEA A - VERCELLI
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CourseCONTEMPORARY HISTORY D
Course IDL0843
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARIANO Marco
TeachersMARIANO Marco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/04 - STORIA CONTEMPORANEA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLE RELAZIONI TRANSATLANTICHE NEL MONDO CONTEMPORANEO, 1776-1989
Reference textselected chapters of the following books will be indicated during the course: 1)Guido Formigoni, Storia della politica internazionale nell'età contemporanea, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2006 2) Mario Del Pero, Libertà e Impero. L'America e il mondo, 1776-2006, Roma, Laterza, 2008 3) Marco Mariano, L'America nell'"Occidente". Storia della dottrina Monroe, 1823-1963, Roma, Carocci, 2013 (later editions are accepted)
Teaching targetsThe main goals of this course are: providing an advanced knowledge of political, economic, and cultural relations between the US and the world, with a strong focus on Europe; stimulate the ability to draw causal connections and analyze chronological/spatial connections between different eras and areas; offer a basic overview on historiography which enables to approach critically different intepretations of historical events and processes.
PrerequisitesIt is suggested, althugh not formally required, that students take this exam after Storia Contemporanea A
Didattics Methodslectures based on audio/video materials
Grading ruleswritten or oral test (your choice)
Full argumentsThe course will focus on the major events and developments in the relations between the US and Europe since the years of the revolution and independence. The focus is both on the international dimension (relations among states) and on the transnational dimension, that is flows of goods, people and ideas across the Atlantic world. The course revolves around three major themes: 1) the interplay between domestic politics and the growing international influence of the U.S. along the 20th century 2) changing notions of the idea of freedom as a key element in America’s self-image and worldview 3) the relation between values and interests in shaping US attitude toward Europe and the global arena.
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CourseCULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY A
Course IDL0109
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso
TeachersSCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-DEA/01 - DISCIPLINE DEMOETNOANTROPOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractDAL SELVAGGIO OTTOCENTESCO AL MIGRANTE GLOBALE: I GRANDI TEMI DELL'ANTROPOLOGIA DEL XIX AL XXI SECOLO
Reference textsScarduelli, Antropologia. Orizzonti e campi d'indagine, Edizioni dell'Orso (eccetto cap. 3) Scarduelli, I riti del potere, Carocci Un libro a scelta da una lista che verrà distribuita all'inizio del corso
Teaching targetsTo acquire the following abilities: detailed description, clearness of exposition with a proper technical language, autnomous bibliographic research
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures
Other informationsmandatory attendance
Grading rulesoral exam with at least one question on each of the three texts in the program
Full argumentsThe course is designed to provide a challanging encounter with the anthropological concept of culture and the main issues of the anthropology of the XX century: the evolution of Man, the inccest taboo, the exchange of women, ceremonial exchanges, reciprocity, ancestors' cult, shamanism. Finally a short presentation of the newest research perspective on the global world will be set out.
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CourseCULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY A
Course IDL0109
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso
TeachersSCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-DEA/01 - DISCIPLINE DEMOETNOANTROPOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractDAL SELVAGGIO OTTOCENTESCO AL MIGRANTE GLOBALE: I GRANDI TEMI DELL'ANTROPOLOGIA DEL XIX AL XXI SECOLO
Reference textsScarduelli, Antropologia. Orizzonti e campi d'indagine, Edizioni dell'Orso (eccetto cap. 3) Scarduelli, I riti del potere, Carocci Un libro a scelta da una lista che verrà distribuita all'inizio del corso
Teaching targetsTo acquire the following abilities: detailed description, clearness of exposition with a proper technical language, autnomous bibliographic research
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures
Other informationsmandatory attendance
Grading rulesoral exam with at least one question on each of the three texts in the program
Full argumentsThe course is designed to provide a challanging encounter with the anthropological concept of culture and the main issues of the anthropology of the XX century: the evolution of Man, the inccest taboo, the exchange of women, ceremonial exchanges, reciprocity, ancestors' cult, shamanism. Finally a short presentation of the newest research perspective on the global world will be set out.
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CourseCULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY B
Course IDL0110
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso
TeachersSCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-DEA/01 - DISCIPLINE DEMOETNOANTROPOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractI RITI DEL POTERE
Reference textsScarduelli, Antropologia. Orizzonti e campi di indagine, Edizioni dell'Orso (solo i capp. 7 e 8) Scarduelli, i riti del potere, Carocci 2 a scelta dalla seguente lista: Scarduelli, Sciamani, stregoni, sacerdoti, Sellerio Scarduelli, Antropologia del rito, Bollati-Boringhieri Kertzer, Riti e simboli del potere, Laterza Tambiah, Rituali e cultura, il Mulino Huntington & Metcalf, Celebrazioni della morte, il Mulino Bellagamba, L'Africa e la stregoneria, Laterza Comba, Antropologia delle religioni, Laterza
Teaching targetsTo acquire specific abilites: to understand theories concerning the field of religion and ritual, to discuss ethnographical cases with proper, technical language, to carry out bibliographic researches.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures
Other informationsmandatory attendance
Grading rulesoral exam with at least one question on each of the texts in program
Full argumentsWhy rituals exist? Why the rituals are used by the power? In order to answer these questions the ritual behaviour of other species and Hominids will be analysed as well as the emotional, cognitive and social sides of human rituals. The different functions of the rituals of power will be explored through a wide range of case studies.
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CourseCULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY B
Course IDL0110
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso
TeachersSCARDUELLI Pietro Giuseppe Tomaso
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-DEA/01 - DISCIPLINE DEMOETNOANTROPOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractI RITI DEL POTERE
Reference textsScarduelli, Antropologia. Orizzonti e campi di indagine, Edizioni dell'Orso (solo i capp. 7 e 8) Scarduelli, i riti del potere, Carocci 2 a scelta dalla seguente lista: Scarduelli, Sciamani, stregoni, sacerdoti, Sellerio Scarduelli, Antropologia del rito, Bollati-Boringhieri Kertzer, Riti e simboli del potere, Laterza Tambiah, Rituali e cultura, il Mulino Huntington & Metcalf, Celebrazioni della morte, il Mulino Bellagamba, L'Africa e la stregoneria, Laterza Comba, Antropologia delle religioni, Laterza
Teaching targetsTo acquire specific abilites: to understand theories concerning the field of religion and ritual, to discuss ethnographical cases with proper, technical language, to carry out bibliographic researches.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures
Other informationsmandatory attendance
Grading rulesoral exam with at least one question on each of the texts in program
Full argumentsWhy rituals exist? Why the rituals are used by the power? In order to answer these questions the ritual behaviour of other species and Hominids will be analysed as well as the emotional, cognitive and social sides of human rituals. The different functions of the rituals of power will be explored through a wide range of case studies.
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE NON SPECIALIST
Course IDL0552
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersFORMENTELLI Maicol, ELLARD Michael
CFU3
Teaching duration (hours)18
Individual study time 57
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal judgment
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractLINGUA INGLESE ESERCITAZIONI I ANNO (CDS LETTERE, FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE)
Reference textsL. Clanfield and R. Robb Benne, GLOBAL INTERMEDIATE COURSEBOOK, Macmillan, ISBN 978-0230033009. L. Clanfield and K. Pickering, GLOBAL INTERMEDIATE WORKBOOK with keys + CD-ROM, Macmillan, ISBN 978-0230430280. Michael Vince, Simon Clarke, MACMILLAN ENGLISH GRAMMAR IN CONTEXT. INTERMEDIATE - Student 's book with keys + CD-ROM, Macmillan. ISBN-978-1-4050-7143-7. (optional for extra exercise on English grammar) Michael Vince, Grazia Cerulli NEW INSIDE GRAMMAR A1-B2, Macmillan. ISBN 9780230717473.
Teaching targetsThe aims, objectives and functions are those recommended at B1 Level in the Common European Framework.
PrerequisitesEntry at Level A2 of the Common European Framework – Oxford English Testing
Didattics MethodsFace-to-face lessons, home study and self-study in language laboratory.
Other informationsMODALITA’ D’ESAME: L’esame finale è costituito da tre parti: 1- Prova di lettura e comprensione. La prova di lettura attesta la capacità degli studenti di leggere e di comprendere testi estratti da manifesti, brochure, quotidiani e riviste, nonché la conoscenza del lessico e della grammatica della lingua inglese. Lo studente dovrà rispondere in forma scritta in inglese ad alcune domande aperte relative alla comprensione dei contenuti di un breve testo proposto. 2- Prova di ascolto. Sarà richiesta la comprensione di materiale registrato/dal vivo, quale annunci e dialoghi scanditi a velocità moderata. Gli studenti dovranno riuscire a cogliere le informazioni sui fatti, nonché determinare gli atteggiamenti e le intenzioni dei parlanti. 3- Prova orale. Agli studenti sarà richiesto di interagire in una conversazione; gli studenti dovranno essere in grado di affrontare un colloquio ed esprimere giudizi e preferenze. - La tipologia di prova varia in base al numero di crediti da conseguire e secondo lo schema seguente: 3 CFU (lettura e comprensione); 6 CFU (lettura e comprensione + ascolto + prova orale). - Per accedere alla prova orale gli studenti devono aver superato le prove di lettura e comprensione + ascolto con una valutazione di almeno 18/30. - Tutte le prove vanno sostenute nello stesso appello, pena annullamento delle prove stesse. Al superamento dell’esame gli studenti riceveranno una valutazione di idoneità.
Grading rulesWritten and oral separate
Full argumentsThe course is based on the material contained in the texts listed in the bibliography and on the extra material handed out in class.
Course borrowed fromFILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0176 LINGUA INGLESE - VERCELLI
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE NON SPECIALIST
Course IDL0552
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersFORMENTELLI Maicol, ELLARD Michael
CFU3
Teaching duration (hours)18
Individual study time 57
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal judgment
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractLINGUA INGLESE ESERCITAZIONI I ANNO (CDS LETTERE, FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE)
Reference textsL. Clanfield and R. Robb Benne, GLOBAL INTERMEDIATE COURSEBOOK, Macmillan, ISBN 978-0230033009. L. Clanfield and K. Pickering, GLOBAL INTERMEDIATE WORKBOOK with keys + CD-ROM, Macmillan, ISBN 978-0230430280. Michael Vince, Simon Clarke, MACMILLAN ENGLISH GRAMMAR IN CONTEXT. INTERMEDIATE - Student 's book with keys + CD-ROM, Macmillan. ISBN-978-1-4050-7143-7. (optional for extra exercise on English grammar) Michael Vince, Grazia Cerulli NEW INSIDE GRAMMAR A1-B2, Macmillan. ISBN 9780230717473.
Teaching targetsThe aims, objectives and functions are those recommended at B1 Level in the Common European Framework.
PrerequisitesEntry at Level A2 of the Common European Framework – Oxford English Testing
Didattics MethodsFace-to-face lessons, home study and self-study in language laboratory.
Other informationsMODALITA’ D’ESAME: L’esame finale è costituito da tre parti: 1- Prova di lettura e comprensione. La prova di lettura attesta la capacità degli studenti di leggere e di comprendere testi estratti da manifesti, brochure, quotidiani e riviste, nonché la conoscenza del lessico e della grammatica della lingua inglese. Lo studente dovrà rispondere in forma scritta in inglese ad alcune domande aperte relative alla comprensione dei contenuti di un breve testo proposto. 2- Prova di ascolto. Sarà richiesta la comprensione di materiale registrato/dal vivo, quale annunci e dialoghi scanditi a velocità moderata. Gli studenti dovranno riuscire a cogliere le informazioni sui fatti, nonché determinare gli atteggiamenti e le intenzioni dei parlanti. 3- Prova orale. Agli studenti sarà richiesto di interagire in una conversazione; gli studenti dovranno essere in grado di affrontare un colloquio ed esprimere giudizi e preferenze. - La tipologia di prova varia in base al numero di crediti da conseguire e secondo lo schema seguente: 3 CFU (lettura e comprensione); 6 CFU (lettura e comprensione + ascolto + prova orale). - Per accedere alla prova orale gli studenti devono aver superato le prove di lettura e comprensione + ascolto con una valutazione di almeno 18/30. - Tutte le prove vanno sostenute nello stesso appello, pena annullamento delle prove stesse. Al superamento dell’esame gli studenti riceveranno una valutazione di idoneità.
Grading rulesWritten and oral separate
Full argumentsThe course is based on the material contained in the texts listed in the bibliography and on the extra material handed out in class.
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CourseETHNOLOGY A
Course IDL0045
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPORPORATO Davide
TeachersPORPORATO Davide
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-DEA/01 - DISCIPLINE DEMOETNOANTROPOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLINEAMENTI DI ETNOLOGIA
Reference texts1. Clemente P., Mugnaini F. (a cura di) (2001), Oltre il folklore. Tradizioni popolari e antropologia nella società contemporanea, Roma, Carocci. 2. Bravo G.L. (2013), Italiani all’alba del nuovo millennio, Milano, FrancoAngeli (esclusi i capitoli 1 e 2).
Teaching targetsTo master the topics of the module. To conduct field and bibliographic research.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons
Other informationsStudents who enter the discipline ETNOLOGIA MAGISTRALE in the curriculum must be agreed with the teacher the exam program .
Grading rulesThe exam is structured as follows : - Knowledge of the book " Italian dawn of the new millennium " will be evaluated by a computerized test consists of thirty multiple-choice questions . The time allowed to complete the test is thirty minutes. - The remainder of the program will be assessed by written or oral test chosen by the student . In the written test , the candidate will have to show his knowledge on four topics defined by the teacher . The time allowed to complete the test is 60 minutes .
Full argumentsThe module aims at introducing the students to the main ethnological categories and methods of the discipline. At the end of the module the students should be able to discuss the topics of the module in technical terms and conducting bibliographic and field research.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0045 ETNOLOGIA A - VERCELLI
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CourseETHNOLOGY A
Course IDL0045
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPORPORATO Davide
TeachersPORPORATO Davide
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-DEA/01 - DISCIPLINE DEMOETNOANTROPOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLINEAMENTI DI ETNOLOGIA
Reference texts1. Clemente P., Mugnaini F. (a cura di) (2001), Oltre il folklore. Tradizioni popolari e antropologia nella società contemporanea, Roma, Carocci. 2. Bravo G.L. (2013), Italiani all’alba del nuovo millennio, Milano, FrancoAngeli (esclusi i capitoli 1 e 2).
Teaching targetsTo master the topics of the module. To conduct field and bibliographic research.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons
Other informationsStudents who enter the discipline ETNOLOGIA MAGISTRALE in the curriculum must be agreed with the teacher the exam program .
Grading rulesThe exam is structured as follows : - Knowledge of the book " Italian dawn of the new millennium " will be evaluated by a computerized test consists of thirty multiple-choice questions . The time allowed to complete the test is thirty minutes. - The remainder of the program will be assessed by written or oral test chosen by the student . In the written test , the candidate will have to show his knowledge on four topics defined by the teacher . The time allowed to complete the test is 60 minutes .
Full argumentsThe module aims at introducing the students to the main ethnological categories and methods of the discipline. At the end of the module the students should be able to discuss the topics of the module in technical terms and conducting bibliographic and field research.
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CourseETHNOLOGY B
Course IDL0046
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPORPORATO Davide
TeachersPORPORATO Davide
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-DEA/01 - DISCIPLINE DEMOETNOANTROPOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractI PATRIMONI CULTURALI ETNOANTROPOLOGICI
Reference texts1. Bonato L., Viazzo P. P. (a cura di) (2013), Antropologia e beni culturali nelle alpi. Studiare, valorizzare, restituire, Alessandria, Edizioni dell'Orso. 2. Grimaldi P., Picciau M. (a cura di), Popoli senza frontiere. Cibi e riti delle minoranze linguistiche storiche d’Italia, Bra, Slow Food Editore – Università di Scienze Gastronomiche.
Teaching targetsTo master the topics of the module. To conduct field and bibliographic research.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons.
Grading rulesKnowledge of the volumes will be assessed by written or oral test chosen by the student . In the written test , the candidate will have to show his knowledge on four topics defined by the teacher . The time allowed to complete the test is 60 minutes .
Full argumentsThe module addresses theoretical, methodological and technical aspects related to the ethno-anthropological cultural heritage. In particular the module will investigate the aspects of recognition, recovery and communication of cultural heritage. It will give particular importance to the issues of preservation and enhancement of those cultural (tangible and intangible) heritage that characterize the post-modern society.
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CourseETHNOLOGY B
Course IDL0046
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPORPORATO Davide
TeachersPORPORATO Davide
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-DEA/01 - DISCIPLINE DEMOETNOANTROPOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractI PATRIMONI CULTURALI ETNOANTROPOLOGICI
Reference texts1. Bonato L., Viazzo P. P. (a cura di) (2013), Antropologia e beni culturali nelle alpi. Studiare, valorizzare, restituire, Alessandria, Edizioni dell'Orso. 2. Grimaldi P., Picciau M. (a cura di), Popoli senza frontiere. Cibi e riti delle minoranze linguistiche storiche d’Italia, Bra, Slow Food Editore – Università di Scienze Gastronomiche.
Teaching targetsTo master the topics of the module. To conduct field and bibliographic research.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons.
Grading rulesKnowledge of the volumes will be assessed by written or oral test chosen by the student . In the written test , the candidate will have to show his knowledge on four topics defined by the teacher . The time allowed to complete the test is 60 minutes .
Full argumentsThe module addresses theoretical, methodological and technical aspects related to the ethno-anthropological cultural heritage. In particular the module will investigate the aspects of recognition, recovery and communication of cultural heritage. It will give particular importance to the issues of preservation and enhancement of those cultural (tangible and intangible) heritage that characterize the post-modern society.
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CourseEUROPEAN HISTORY
Course IDL0689
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
TeachersTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLA STORIA EUROPEA DELL'800 NEL CONTESTO MONDIALE
Reference textsCompulsory reading: Alberto Mario Banti, L’età contemporanea. Dalle rivoluzioni settecentesche all’imperialismo, Laterza 2012 Karl Marx - Friedrich Engels, Il Manifesto del Partito Comunista, Torino, Einaudi 1998 Choose one from the following: Baily C., La nascita del mondo moderno 1780-1914, Torino, Einaudi 2007 Riall L., Garibaldi. L'invenzione di un eroe, Laterza 2007 Riall L., La rivolta. Bronte 1860, Laterza 2012 Isabella M., Il Risorgimento in esilio, Laterza 2011 Viarengo A., Cavour, Salerno 2011 Mosse G., La nazionalizzazione delle masse. Simbolismo politico e movimento di massa in Germania (1812-1933), il Mulino 2009 Burstin H., Antropologia della rivoluzione francese, Laterza 2015 Landes D., Prometeo liberato. Trasformazioni tecnologiche e sviluppo industriale nell'Europa occidentale dal 1750 ai giorni nostri, Einaudi 1978
Teaching targetsThis course aims at making the students familiar with the specificity of the historical texts and at engaging them in a critical study of the modern period. It also stresses the importance of writing texts that use the historical vocabulary in a consistent way
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics Methodslecture-based
Grading rules1. The examination consists of a written test on two open-ended questions (choice of three) to play in the classroom , in a question obliged to open-ended questions and 5 questions with closed answer. To complete the test is required to play in a report summary and evaluation of 10,000 characters home of a monograph to be chosen from among those listed in the bibliography list.
Full argumentsA survey of the most relevant problems and events from 1789 to 1870.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - LP042 STORIA D'EUROPA - VERCELLI
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CourseFINAL EXAMINATION
Course IDL0346
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU12
Teaching duration (hours)120
Individual study time 180
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal judgment
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CourseFINAL EXAMINATION
Course IDL0346
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU12
Teaching duration (hours)120
Individual study time 180
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal judgment
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CourseFOUNDATIONS OF LINGUISTICS
Course IDL0183
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCASTAGNETO Marina
TeachersCASTAGNETO Marina
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/01 - GLOTTOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractFONDAMENTI DI LINGUISTICA
Reference texts(For foreigner students only, instead of the previous bibliography in Italian): Yule, G. The study of language, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
Teaching targetsThe students should be acquainted with the basic notions of the main linguistic fields. phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, typology. They should recognize the main features of the language as a sign system, they should be able to transcribe words and sentences in IPA alphabet, to segment a sentence in morphemes, to build up a syntactic tree, to distinguish the kind of morphologic an syntactic typology of different languages.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsTheorical and practical lessons
Other informationsThere will be exercises to help students in learning
Grading ruleswritten text, consisting in one or two open questions or excercises on each level of linguistics. Among the other questions, students will be requested to transcribe in IPA phonetic alphabet a sentence or a syntagm in Italian and in another language (English, French or German), to segment in morphemes a sentence in Italian, to build up a tree-diagram of a sentence in Italian following the Generative Grammar framework.
Full argumentsThis course aims to present what a language is. After having showed how human language works as a sign system, we will deal with the main fields of linguistics: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, llinguistic typology. A particular attention will be devoted to the analysis of the linguistic levels in Italian.
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CourseFRENCH LANGUAGE NON SPECIALIST
Course IDL0560
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence, PERRIN Anne Francoise
CFU3
Individual study time 57
SSDL-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal judgment
Teaching languageFrench
AbstractLINGUA FRANCESE ESERCITAZIONI NON SPECIALISTI
Reference textsGiuseppe Vietri, "Fiches de Grammaire", Torino, Edisco Editrice, 2010.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsSeminars with audio-visual aids.
Other informationsLe prove d'esame delle sessioni passate e il programma dettagliato di grammatica saranno reperibili su DIR.
Grading rulesWritten test
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CourseFRENCH LANGUAGE NON SPECIALIST
Course IDL0560
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence, PERRIN Anne Francoise
CFU3
Individual study time 57
SSDL-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal judgment
Teaching languageFrench
AbstractLINGUA FRANCESE ESERCITAZIONI NON SPECIALISTI
Reference textsGiuseppe Vietri, "Fiches de Grammaire", Torino, Edisco Editrice, 2010.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsSeminars with audio-visual aids.
Other informationsLe prove d'esame delle sessioni passate e il programma dettagliato di grammatica saranno reperibili su DIR.
Grading rulesWritten test
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE NON SPECIALIST
Course IDL0570
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersREINHARDT Michaela, RAVETTO Miriam, STUECKEL Eva
CFU3
Teaching duration (hours)18
Individual study time 57
SSDL-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal judgment
Teaching languageItalian and German
AbstractCORSO DI TEDESCO GENERALE, LIVELLO B1
Reference textsFunk / Kuhn, Studio 21 (A1). Das Deutschbuch, Berlin, Cornelsen. Bruno/Franch, Deutsche Grammatik, 2° ed., Torino, Il Capitello testi forniti dall'insegnante
Teaching targetsAt the end of the language course students will be able to read, understand and write about short texts. The will be able to produce short sentences with grammatical property.
PrerequisitesBefore the beginning of the lessons students will be divided into two groups according to the results of a placement test: students with some knowledge of German language and students with no knowledge.
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, exercises
Grading rulesWritten and oral separated . Written test consisting of several parts ( grammar and comprehension exercises of the text ) Oral exam with reading and speaking of a text comment ; oral questions of a general nature
Full argumentsWritten and oral comprehension, grammatical issues, German culture
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0174 LINGUA TEDESCA - VERCELLI
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE NON SPECIALIST
Course IDL0570
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1722 - LETTERE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersREINHARDT Michaela, RAVETTO Miriam, STUECKEL Eva
CFU3