|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||M-STO/08|
|MODULES||This unit is a module of:|
At the end of the course, the student will be able to:
- demonstrate a solid orientation among the existing archival institutions
- develop the ability to identify, through historical-institutional investigation paths, the place of conservation of archival funds useful for their research purposes
- recognize the nature of archival documentation on the basis of its public, private or ecclesiastical institutional origin
- use appropriate disciplinary language.
The teaching is divided into lectures. During the lessons, in-depth seminars will be offered at local archival institutes or in the classroom. In-depth didactic materials and self-assessment materials will be made available to students on AulaWeb.
1) I. ZANNI ROSIELLO, Gli archivi nella società contemporanea, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2008
2) P. CARUCCI, Gli Archivi di Stato in Storia d’Italia nel secolo ventesimo. Strumenti e fonti a cura di C. PAVONE, Roma 2006, scaricabili all'indirizzo http://220.127.116.11/dgagaeta/pdf.php?file=Saggi/Saggi_88.pdf
3) M. GROSSI, Gli archivi della Chiesa cattolica, in Storia d’Italia nel secolo ventesimo, cit.
4) G. PILUSO, A. CALZOLARI, R. MANCINO, Gli archivi delle imprese industriali, in Storia d’Italia nel secolo ventesimo, cit.
The teaching materials made available on AulaWeb are an integral part of the exam program but do not replace the texts indicated above.
Office hours: The teacher receives through the dedicated MSTeams channel, or at the office in via Balbi 2. However, it remains available via email at stefano.gardini @ unige.it
STEFANO GARDINI (President)
ENRICO ISOLA (President Substitute)
SANDRA MACCHIAVELLO (Substitute)
29 September 2022
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The exam takes place orally. The question leaves room for the presentation of a topic of the program chosen by the student and at least one further question formulated by the teacher. However, further questions may be asked by the teacher to better ascertain the candidate's degree of preparation.
The oral exam will focus on the topics addressed in class and covered by the bibliography. The assessment of the level of preparation of the candidates will take into account the effective mastery of the basic notions of the discipline as well as the ability to critically re-elaborate the themes and problems faced in class, as well as the ability to establish relationships between different themes and topics. For students unable to attend classes, the exam will focus exclusively on the bibliography, without prejudice to the assessment criteria just set out.