|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||M-STO/01|
The focus of teaching is the Byzantine empire and its relevance in the history of Mediterranean, related both to Western and Islamic history.
Students will have a grasp of the problems connected with the development of political, economic and cultural relations in the Mediterranean; they will study maritime societies in Middle Ages. Students will get acquainted with sources, research methods and updates in historiography related to specific topics.
At the end of the course, students are expected to :
have acquired specific knowledge of the main events and long-term phenomena that characterised the Mediterranean in the Middle Ages, in order to understand the link between great civilisations
be familiar with the methodological tools of the discipline, the basic outlines of specific historiography and the sources proposed during the lessons
write a report on a historiographical essay assigned for reading.
Positive curriculum and strong interest for history.
The lectures will hopefully be held in person, with the possibility for students to follow them also remotely (confirmation of the modality adopted will be given as soon as possible)
40 hours of lectures on the main topics of the history of the Mediterranean in the Middle Ages and seminars on specific themes, also with the use of teaching materials (mainly sources, mostly translated into Italian) provided by the lecturer.
Outlines of Mediterranean History in the Middle Ages; orientation to research and reading of sources
All the following texts:
One book on your choice between the following:
Programma per gli studenti non frequentanti: gli studenti non frequentanti dovranno contattare la docente
MARIA ELENA CORTESE (President)
SANDRA MACCHIAVELLO (Substitute)
end of september 2021
Attending students: the oral exame will include program subjects, classroom exercises and seminars.
Non attending students: the oral exame will consider specific program for non attending students.
Register on line for your final exam.
For attending students, assessment will be based on the participation to discussions, seminars and on the oral exam about program subjects. Non attending students will have to take the final oral exam, which will cover a specific program to be agreed upon with the teacher.
|19/01/2022||09:30||GENOVA||Orale||attenzione: l'orario di inizio dell'esame è POSTICIPATO ALLE 13,30|
|09/02/2022||09:30||GENOVA||Orale||attenzione: l'orario di inizio dell'esame è POSTICIPATO ALLE 13,30|
|11/05/2022||09:30||GENOVA||Orale||Sessione riservata AI SOLI LAUREANDI|
|25/05/2022||09:30||GENOVA||Orale||attenzione: l'orario di inizio dell'esame è POSTICIPATO ALLE 13,30|
|22/06/2022||09:30||GENOVA||Orale||attenzione: l'orario di inizio dell'esame è POSTICIPATO ALLE 13,30|
|06/07/2022||09:30||GENOVA||Orale||attenzione: l'orario di inizio dell'esame è POSTICIPATO ALLE 13,30|
|07/09/2022||09:30||GENOVA||Orale||attenzione: l'orario di inizio dell'esame è POSTICIPATO ALLE 13,30|
Non-attending students will have to contact the teacher.