The Winter School “The Italian Renaissance: Art, Literature, Culture”, aims to provide specific knowlege about the Renaissance age to a potentially international audience, with lectures concerning three fundamental aspects of the Italian Renaissance: artistic production, literature and the social history and culture of Renaissance architecture, religious practices, women's history, family structures, food, and landscape design. The curricular aims are: (1) To provide systematic and updated knowledge about the most relevant aspects of Italian Renaissance culture. (2) To develop participants' understanding of themes, historiographic concepts and interpretations of the Italian Renaissance in an interdisciplinary perspective. (3) To provide students with the intellectual and methodological tools necessary to undertake basic research activity and learn to work directly with sources connected with that period (written and visual). For this purpose, the topics presented are: Geography and Periodization of the Renaissance; Politics and Institutions; Art, Patronage and the Commissioning of Artworks; Literature and Venacular Italian Poetry; the social history and Renaissance architecture as illustrated above.
The Winter School does not exclude students of the University of Urbino, but it is addressed primarily to an audience consisting in students from other institutions, particularly international ones. For this purpose, the courses will be offered entirely in English.
Attendance at courses - in English - will allow participants to acquire knowledge and skills that can be applied internationally in various fields of work, mainly related to teaching (literature, history, philosophy, art history, etc.), to historical research, museum curatorship and cultural communication: publishing, tourism, journalism, the media (traditional and online).
Contents and structure of the course / Syllabus
Activities of PhD Students
CLASSROOM TEACHING IN ENGLISH
Italian Literature - L-FIL-LET/10 - 6 cfu - 36 h
History of Italian Art - L-ART/02 - 6 cfu - 36 h
History of Material Culture - M-STO /02 - 6 cfu - 36 h
Information about final examination
Course structure and research training
FINAL EXAM = ORAL - 2 CFU
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The course takes place in February, March, April 2022, according to a schedule which will be announced by January 2022.
Some lectures will take place in places outside the University: Rome, Florence, Pesaro, which students can reach through an organization prepared by the Winter School.
How to apply for The Italian Renaissance. Art, literature and culture
- Course with free access
- Number of positions
- 30 available
- Useful information
For candidates from Iowa State University, by virtue of a specific agreement, the same IS University will ensure eligibility for the course.
For other candidates, a copy of the Curriculum Vitae will be requested before enrollment. The Management will then start a selective procedure based on the following parameters = Educational qualification (grade achieved and relevance to the course): 60% (from 0% to 60%); Scientific and / or professional activity: 40% (from 0% to 40%).
Candidates who meet the requirements will be admitted in chronological order of submission of the enrollment application, complete with payment of the due fee, until the maximum number of places available is reached. The minimum number of students, necessary for the activation of the Winter School, is 10. Auditors are expected for a maximum number of 6.
The application for registration must not be sent, the Office will acquire it directly from the system. Candidates who do not complete their registration by the deadline indicated will lose their right. According to Ministerial Decree 270/04, 1 training credit corresponds to 25 hours of effort per student, including individual study. Pursuant to art. 75 of the Presidential Decree 445/2000, if the Administration finds, on the basis of suitable checks, the untruthfulness of the content of the declarations made by the candidate, the declarant forfeits any benefits obtained from the provision issued on the basis of the false declaration. At the end of the course, a certificate of participation is issued accompanied by the attribution of 20 university credits (CFU) acquired.
- Application procedure
- You can apply from the 01/09/2021 to the 31/01/2022 . Using the online procedure you can register to fill in the application and pay with PagoPA (Credit Card, PayPal) to complete the payment of the admission fee.
- Tuition fees
Enrollment fee: € 2,000 - a single payment is required by January 31, 2022
Auditor registration fee: € 500 - a single payment is required by 31 January 2022
ATTENTION - before making the payment check if the minimum number (10) of participants has been reached.
Payments must be made by accessing the menu on the left-hand side of the student's personal web page; go to the drop-down menu and click on "pagamenti". The fee is net of any bank charges for the transaction. The registration fee includes administrative expenses and insurance coverage.
Fees will be returned only in the case in which the Course is not activated.
In the event that the registration fee is paid by a person other than the interested party or by an institution, body or company, the latter must pay the amount following the same methods and timing indicated above. Failure to do so will result in the person not being registered. Given that the course is part of the institutional activities of the University, the enrollment fee is not subject to VAT; therefore no invoice will be issued.
Information on teaching and research activities
PRESIDENT: Prof. Antonio Corsaro (p.o. DISTUM)
VICE-PRESIDENT: Prof.sa Raffaella Santi (p.a. DISTUM)
STAFF = Prof. Antonio Corsaro (DISTUM) - Prof. Nicoletta Marcelli (DISTUM) - Prof. Giovanna Perini (DISTUM)
Prof. Raffaella Santi (DISTUM) - Dott. Marcella Peruzzi - (Biblioteca Universitaria)
Prof. Marilena Luzietti
Prof. Catherine Farwell
- Antonio Corsaro
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