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Questo insegnamento è diviso nelle seguenti frazioni:
The course of Contemporary History (unit B) is in line with the objectives of the degree course in Modern Languages and Cultures (LCM), as it intends to provide the essential tools for understanding, in a transnational perspective, the dynamics, processes and events of the contemporary world, in a phase between the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of XXI century
The course is reserved for students with a surname E-O.
AIMS AND CONTENT
The aim of the course is provide students with basic knowledge of 19th and 20th century history both from a political-institutional and social-economic point of view, in order to achieve four main targets: contextualize events, identify causes and effects; being able to undertake historical research through the correct use of sources; being familiar with various historiographical interpretations; efficiently communicate the contents learned.
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
The course aims to offer the basic knowledge of contemporary history and to provide the methodological tools to establish thematic and cultural links between the historical dynamics presented.
At the end of the course, the student will be able to:
• master the basics of events and cultures in Italy, Europe and the world in the contemporary age
• understand the political, social, economic and cultural transformations that characterized the 19th, 20th and early 21st centuries
• interpret the results of historiographical research with a conscious and critical approach
• have the methodological tools to present specific themes of contemporary history
• have direct knowledge of the historical sources presented
A good knowledge of written and spoken Italian is necessary to pass the exam
For foreign students a basic knowledge of the Italian language is sufficient, cf. the paragraph “C.II.10. Avvertenze per gli studenti stranieri”, pp. 16-17, of the “Guida ai Corsi di Studio in Lingue del Dipartimento di Lingue e Culture Moderne”, a.y. 2021-2022.
Course of 36 hours, equivalent to 6 CFU.
Attendance is not compulsory but warmly recommended.
The course, for the academic year 2022/2023, will take place through classroom lectures.
The same will in any case be registered and made available in Aulaweb at the link of the course.
Distance learning will be used, through the TEAMS platforms, only in the case of a Red weather alarm when all the University offices are closed.
1. The Congress of Vienna and the Restoration
2. The awakening of nationalities, the liberal, democratic and national revolutions (1820-1848)
3. The Italian Risorgimento: the historical context and the main figures
4. Italian unification
5. German unification
6. The American continent
7. Imperialism and colonialism
8. Liberal Italy, the origins of the Catholic movement and the workers' and socialist movement
9. The First World War
10. Post-war Italy and the advent of fascism
11. The thirties and the age of totalitarianism
12. The Second World War and the Resistance in Italy and Europe
13. The Cold War
14. The age of centrism in Italy
15. The process of European integration
16. The big changes of the sixties
17. The world and Italy in the 1970s
18. The eighties and nineties: the fall of the Berlin wall and the end of the bipolar system
Students will have to prepare themselves, in addition to the notes taken in class, on the following manual:
- Alfredo Canavero, Storia contemporanea, Pearson, 2019
Non-attending students will also be able to study and deepen the manuals adopted in high schools and the following manual:
- Sandro Rogari, L'età della globalizzazione, Storia del mondo contemporaneo dalla Restaurazione ai giorni nostri, Utet, 2014
TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD
Ricevimento: By appointment by writing an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. During the semesters, even after lessons.
LUCA BARBAINI (President)
DAVIDE SUIN (Substitute)
I semester 2023
Written exam at the end of the course and at all the scheduled dates.
The written exam, in Italian lasting two hours, includes:
- on the Nineteenth Century: two open-ended questions and two multiple choice questions,
- on the Twentieth Century: two open-ended questions and two multiple choice questions.
To pass the exam, both parts must be sufficient.
The system for registering for individual sessions through the University's online system remains unchanged.
The assessment test consists of a written exam:
- on the Nineteenth century: two open-ended questions and two multiple choice questions,
- on the Twentieth century: two open-ended questions and two multiple choice questions.
The evaluation parameters are: presentation skills, correct use of historiographical vocabulary, critical reasoning skills.
|aula 1 Albergo dei Poveri
|aula A Polo Didattico
Students with SLD certification, disability or other special educational needs are advised to contact the teacher at the beginning of the course. These students will be granted the compensatory / dispensatory tools recognized by the University.Contact Person for the Department Prof.ssa Sara Dickinson.