STUrban Culture and Politics in the Age of Giotto
|Study location||Italy, Padua|
History and archaeology (ISCED 0222)
|Type||Summer Term, full-time|
|Registration fee||€150 one-time
Applicants enrolled in Erasmus partner Universities (see list: www.unipd.it/en/erasmus-human-social-science) are NOT required to pay the Summer Term fees.
Those who are not enrolled in Erasmus partner Universities will receive the instructions on how to pay the 150,00 € fee once their application is accepted.
The course is open to Bachelor students (2nd/3rd year) and Master students (1st year).
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Italian.
You can often get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
English B2 certificate
This Summer Term offers an insight into the Italian culture and the political society during the late Middle age (1300 – 1400). New ways of conceiving the public life were in place, from a wider concept of participation to the political life, to the need of a deeper organization of cities, by statutes and land registries.
Italian urban culture and politics by that age are an interesting case study to understand concepts as exile, stigma over tyranny, democracy and citizenship.
The course will start on July the 6th and end by July the 17th. It will be divided into lectures (8 hours), teamwork projects (18 hours) and a final session to present and discuss the projects (3 hours), including an award ceremony for the best project.
The winners will be invited to take part in an on-site follow-up to visit museums, archives and libraries they have been working on during the Summer Term.
It is possible to apply for one or more courses. If you apply for more than one, the Summer term comission will assign you to the course that better fits your academic background and motivation. See all courses overview at this link: ___