Attendance

NOTICE: VERBALIZATION OF AAF FOREIGN LANGUAGE

 

Regarding the verbalization of the AAF (Other Educational Activities) of a foreign language, we inform you that, even if the exam code is unique, it includes several languages ( English, French and Spanish), each with a specific verbalizing teacher.


Therefore, students must book the exam session on Infostud with the recording teacher of the language of interest.


Below are the specifications for students of History, Anthropology, Religions L-42 AF1185 (3 CFU), from the AY 2021/2022:


For the ENGLISH language: Prof. Julian Santano Moreno
For the FRENCH language: Prof. Oreste Floquet
For the SPANISH language: Prof. Massimo Marini

Attached (in the section on the right of the page) is a general summary table for the Faculty of Literature and Philosophy.

 


NOTICE - OTHER EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES - 2 ECTS:

 

International Conference,  Italian philhellenism and the Greek Revolution of 1821, 9-11 November 2021, 9.30-19.00 

 

Modality: Participation only in the presence

 

Location : Aula Magna, Marco Polo Building, Tiburtina ring road, 4 / Viale dello Scalo San Lorenzo, 82

 

Attending students who submit a report of no more than 1200 words on the conference proceedings by November 28, 2021, may receive up to 2 ECTS credits for their participation. The report must be forwarded to christos.bintoudis@uniroma1.it with the subject line: AAF conferenceSAR students are responsible for properly assembling the internship template and presenting it to Prof. Bintoudis.

 

Applications for participation will be accepted until all available places have been filled.

 

Each student who wants to follow the work of the Conference must compulsorily : 

 

1. Fill out the online form to reserve your seat: forms.gle/GbB1tQysjiu17ugQ6 

 

2. follow the procedures for accessing the Sapienza offices (fill in the self-certification required for access to the Marco Polo Building for all days of participation): www.uniroma1.it/it/notizia/covid-19-procedure-di -access-to-wisdom-offices 


The certificate of participation for the recognition of the 2 CFU will be issued, by appointment, during the reception of the responsible teacher, starting from the first week of December 2021: Prof. Christos Bintoudis, christos.bintoudis@uniroma1.it

 

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NOTICE:

Students wishing to enroll are invited to refer to this page, where the regulations relating to the TOLC-SU test for the 2021-22 academic year are available:  www.lettere.uniroma1.it/prova-tolc-su

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NOTICE:

IF YOU ARE IN THE CURRICULUM 'STORIA MODERNA E CONTEMPORANEA' YOU CAN PARTECIPATE TO THE AAF (ALTRE ATTIVITA' FORMATIVE) WITH THIS PROJECT, THE DEADLINE IS THE 20TH OCTOBER: saras.uniroma1.it/archivionotizie/bando-relativo-al-progetto-civis-museo-polis

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NOTICE:

TO KNOW MORE ABOUT AAF (ALTRE ATTIVITA' FORMATIVE) IN ENGLISH CHECK OUT THIS PAGE: web.uniroma1.it/cla/cel/baker-luigi

 

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AAF responsible teachers

Attached the pdf

 

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Visit the  Orientation Portal 

 

AVVISO:

 

CAPITOLINA SUPERINTENDENCE

To commemorate your 150th birthday. Lectures on the Capital of Rome (1870-1915)

 

Attendance at six conferences allows students to three-year courses in History, Anthropology, and Religions; historical sciences (Middle Ages - Modern Age - Contemporary / Master's Age) to two training credits, with certification from the organization and presentation of a report to the teacher responsible for verbalizing the Internship.

 

For a comprehensive list of the conference program options as well as any pertinent information:

 

http://www.sovraintendenzaroma.it/content/i-tuoi-150-anni-conferenze-su-roma-capitale-1870-1915

 

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ATTACHED IS THE FILE IN THE WORD TITLE "TEMPLATE INTERNSHIP SAR" TO DOWNLOAD, FILL IN AND PRESENT TO THE EVENT ORGANIZERS.

It will be the responsibility of the lecturer to formally assign the credits on the basis of the rules of the Degree Course.

 

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Attendance of preparing lessons for the suitability test for the knowledge of at least one foreign language (AAF1185). 

 

 

Attendance of the lessons is on a voluntary basis and no additional credits are awarded. These are optional activities aimed at preparing the suitability test which will be managed, as usual, by the responsible professor of each CdL curriculum and which will take place according to the procedures and the exams established by the professor themselves.

 

Students who choose to take the AAF1185 in  English will be able to follow the lessons of any of the English language readers at the University Language Center.

 

Students who choose to take the AAF1185 in  French will be able to follow the lecturer's course, Dr. Francesca Malvani, at the Department of European American and Intercultural Studies.

 

Students who choose to take the AAF1185 in  German will be able to follow the course of the lecturer, Dr. Gisela Wirth, at the University Language Center.

 

Students who choose the  Spanish language and have to take the test of suitability for the knowledge of at least one foreign language will be able to take advantage of the lessons, provided by an Expert Linguistic Collaborator, which will take place at the University Language Center. These are free courses of 4 hours per week for 12 weeks. As soon as they are available, lesson times will be published on the CLA (University Language Center) website.


For educational information relating to the conduct of lessons, students can contact the University Language Center or individual teachers directly.

For information relating to the suitability test, students can contact the recorder provided for their relevant curriculum.

 

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Choose your curriculum

First year (Year of enrolment 2021/2022)

Course Code Semester CFU SSD Language
MEDIEVAL HISTORY I 1022727 First semester 12 M-STO/01 Italian
HISTORY OF RELIGIONS I 1038568 First semester 6 M-STO/06 Italian
MODERN HISTORY I 1022726 First semester 12 M-STO/02 Italian
CONTEMPORARY HISTORY I 1022728 Second semester 12 M-STO/04 Italian
HISTORY OF CRHISTIANITY I 1024056 Second semester 6 M-STO/07 Italian
HISTORY AND INSTITUTIONS OF ANTHROPOLOGY 1055661 Second semester 12 M-DEA/01 Italian

Second year (Year of enrolment 2020/2021)

Course Code Semester CFU SSD Language
Italian Literature I 1047960 First semester 12 Italian
ITALIAN LINGUISTICS 1035927 First semester 6 L-FIL-LET/12 Italian
HISTORY OF MODERN ART I A 1024950 First semester 6 L-ART/02 Italian
HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL ART 1026961 First semester 6 L-ART/01 Italian
OUTLOOK OF CHRISTIAN AND MEDIEVAL ARCHEOLOGY 1023418 First semester 6 L-ANT/08 Italian
LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE I 1023192 First semester 6 L-FIL-LET/04 Italian
PRINCIPLES OF ROMANCE PHILOLOGY AND LINGUISTICS 1023142 First semester 6 L-FIL-LET/09 Italian
GENERAL LINGUISTICS A 1031851 First semester 6 L-LIN/01 Italian
HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY 99710 First semester 6 M-FIL/06 Italian
LATIN PALEOGRAPHY 1041808 First semester 12 M-STO/09 Italian
MEDIEVAL HISTORY II 1023476 Second semester 6 M-STO/01 Italian
HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY 1022582 Second semester 6 M-GGR/01 Italian
GREEK HISTORY 1025383 Second semester 6 L-ANT/02 Italian
ROMAN HISTORY 1025397 Second semester 6 L-ANT/03 Italian
FOREIGN LANGUAGES SKILLS AAF1185 Second semester 3 Italian

Third year (Year of enrolment 2019/2020)

Course Code Semester CFU SSD Language
CODICOLOGY I 10589924 First semester 6 M-STO/09 Italian
DIPLOMATIC I 10589923 First semester 6 M-STO/09 Italian
PRINCIPLES OF MEDIEVAL LATIN LITERATURE 1023921 First semester 6 L-FIL-LET/08 Italian
MORAL PHILOSOPHY 1026856 First semester 6 M-FIL/03 Italian
Ancient Christian Literature 1035798 First semester 6 L-FIL-LET/06 Italian
HISTORY OF CRHISTIANITY II 1024057 First semester 6 M-STO/07 Italian
BYZANTINE HISTORY I A 1024814 First semester 6 L-FIL-LET/07 Italian
HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY I.II.A 1023526 First semester 6 M-FIL/08 Italian
PRINCIPLES OF THERETICAL PHILOSOPHY 1023170 First semester 6 M-FIL/01 Italian
GREEK PALEOGRAPHY 1031478 First semester 6 M-STO/09 Italian
LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE I 1023192 First semester 6 L-FIL-LET/04 Italian
AESTHETICS 1022651 First semester 6 M-FIL/04 Italian
PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE I A 1023051 First semester 6 M-FIL/05 Italian
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY I 1055662 First semester 6 M-DEA/01 Italian
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1023709 First semester 6 M-PSI/01 Italian
MEDIEVAL HISTORY III 1041815 First semester 6 M-STO/01 Italian
HISTORY OF ISLAMIC COUNTRIES 1027584 Second semester 6 L-OR/10 Italian
EGYPTOLOGY AND COPTIC CIVILISATION 1041855 Second semester 6 L-OR/02 Italian
HISTORY OF EAST AND SOUTH-EAST ASIA 1035932 Second semester 6 L-OR/23 Italian
LEGISLATION ON CULTURAL HERITAGE 1022618 Second semester 6 IUS/10 Italian
A SCELTA DELLO STUDENTE Second semester 12 Italian
Training AAF1044 Second semester 6 Italian
Final exam AAF1007 Second semester 9 Italian
All information relating to the final exam is contained in the Graduation section