Ritratto di Donatella.Rossi@uniroma1.it

Lezioni Secondo Semestre

EAST ASIAN PHILOSOPHIES AND RELIGIONS (L-OR/20)

6 CFU (42 ore frontali)

Codice Esame: 10600054

Inizio Lezioni: Martedì 01 Marzo 2022

Fine Lezioni:  Mercoledì 11 Maggio 2022

Orari e Aule:

Martedì 15:00-17:00, Aula 203

Mercoledì 17:00-19:00, Aula 109

Plesso Marco Polo (RM021), Circonvallazione Tiburtina 4

Link Meet Martedì:           meet.google.com/eur-homw-cyf

Link Meet Mercoledì:        meet.google.com/ubo-iyhi-qhd

Codice Classroom:             jujg4p5

Referente di classe:            Sig. Federico Ferri (ferri.1859380@studenti.uniroma1.it)

 

 

I Appello Straordinario AA 2021-2022

Lunedì 11 Aprile

Ore 10:00-12:00

Inizio Prenotazioni: Lunedì 21 Marzo 2022

Fine Prenotazioni: Venerdì 01 Aprile 2022

Link Meet: meet.google.com/sgr-nwvo-mmp 

Si ricorda che gli Appelli Straordinari sono aperti a: iscritti/e fuori corso, iscritti/e a tempo parziale; laureande/i; studenti e studentesse con disabilità; studenti e studentesse con disturbi specifici dell’apprendimento (Delibera SA 12 giugno 2018) [la disabilità e i disturbi specifici dell’apprendimento devono essere certificati secondo la normativa vigente. Cfr. Articolo 40 comma 6 del Regolamento Studenti (https://www.uniroma1.it/it/content/esami-di-profitto]; studenti e studentesse genitori con figlio/i di età inferiore ai tre anni; studentesse in stato di gravidanza (Delibera SA 9 luglio 2019); studenti e studentesse che abbiano completato la frequenza di tutti gli insegnamenti dei corsi di studio a frequenza obbligatoria; studenti e studentesse lavoratori/lavoratrici (Delibera SA del 2 marzo 2021) che abbiano svolto attività lavorativa, per almeno 60 giorni, anche non continuativi; studenti e studentesse atleti; studenti e studentesse con meriti; studenti e studentesse che devono recuperare CFU per l'accesso alla Laurea Magistrale.

 

Consultare la bacheca dipartimentale della Docente al link: https://sites.google.com/a/uniroma1.it/donatellarossi/?pli=1

Insegnamento Codice Anno Corso - Frequentare Bacheca
EAST ASIAN PHILOSOPHIES AND RELIGIONS 10600054 2021/2022
LINGUA E LETTERATURA TIBETANA I 10596560 2021/2022
LINGUA E CULTURA TIBETANA I 1055394 2020/2021
EAST ASIAN PHILOSOPHIES AND RELIGIONS A 1045301 2020/2021
EAST ASIAN PHILOSOPHIES AND RELIGIONS B 1045302 2019/2020
RELIGIONI E FILOSOFIE DELL'ASIA ORIENTALE 1055399 2019/2020
LINGUA E CULTURA TIBETANA I 1055394 2019/2020
RELIGIONI E FILOSOFIE DELL'ASIA ORIENTALE 1055399 2018/2019
LINGUA E CULTURA TIBETANA I 1055394 2018/2019
EAST ASIAN PHILOSOPHIES AND RELIGIONS A 1045301 2018/2019
RELIGIONI E FILOSOFIE DELL'ASIA ORIENTALE 1017765 2017/2018
RELIGIONI E FILOSOFIE DELL'ASIA ORIENTALE B 1047859 2017/2018
EAST ASIAN PHILOSOPHIES AND RELIGIONS B 1045302 2017/2018
RELIGIONI E FILOSOFIE DELL'ASIA ORIENTALE 1017765 2016/2017
RELIGIONI E FILOSOFIE DELL'ASIA ORIENTALE A 1047858 2016/2017
LINGUA E CULTURA TIBETANA I 1040471 2016/2017

Curriculum Vitae et Studiorum

Donatella Rossi

Professional Activities

Mar. 2014 Feb. 2015, Erlangen, GERMANY
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
IKGF Internationales Kolleg für Geisteswissenschaftliche Forschung, The International Consortium for Research in the Humanities "Fate, Freedom and Prognostication"
Visiting Fellow and Research Partner (as of 2015).

"Sapienza" University of Rome, ITALY
2003 Associate Professor
2014, obtained National Scientific Qualification as Full Professor (ASN 2014)
Faculty of Letters and Philosophy
Department of Oriental Studies
Chair, East Asian Religions and Philosophies and Tibetan Language and Culture
Courses taught: East Asian religions and philosophies; modern Tibetan language and Tibetan culture.

Marylhurst University, Marylhurst, Oregon, USA
Oct. 2000-2002
Associate Professor and Co-Director, Department of Religious Studies
Courses taught: general and monographic courses for BA and MA students on the religions and philosophies of Asia (China, India, Japan, Tibet).
Coordinator, Master of Arts in Applied Theology.
Implementation of all administrative functions requested to a university department director.

Marylhurst University, Marylhurst, Oregon, USA
1998 Oct. 2000
Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies
Courses taught: general and monographic courses for BA and MA students on the religions and philosophies of Asia (China, India, Japan, Tibet).

Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, USA
1996-1998
Adjunct Professor, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Courses and lectures on the History of Religions, World Religions, Religions and Philosophies of India and Far East Asia.

Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Oslo, NORWAY
1995-1996
Researcher, Centre for Advanced Studies (SHS)
Classification and analysis of the canonical scriptures of the Tibetan Bon religion.

University of Kyoto, Kyoto, JAPAN
1993-1995
Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Letters, Department of Buddhist Studies
Research and lectures connected to Ph.D. work, thanks to a fellowship of the Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum Berlin (1993-1994), and of the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Buddhism (Bukkyo Dendo Kyokai BDK) (1994-1995).

Shang Shung Institute of America, Conway, Massachussets, USA
1991 - 1993
Consultant
Organization and implementation of research programs and events focused on the preservation of the Tibetan cultural heritage.

United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, Jakarta, INDONESIA
1989-1991
Professional Officer, Regional Office for Science and Technology of South East Asia
Formulation, budget preparation, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of educational and cultural projects managed by UNESCO in Southeast Asia.

Danieli Co., Representative Office, Beijing, CHINA
1987-1989
Representative
Management of representative office.

Sky Ho Trading Company, Representative Office, Beijing, CHINA
1985-1987
Representative
As above.

EDUCATION

University of Oslo, Dept. of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, Oslo, NORWAY
Ph.D. in History of Religions and Tibetology, 1998.
Title of dissertation: The Philosophical View of the Great Perfection in the Tibetan Bon Religion (published by Snow Lion Publications, Ithaca, NY, 1999).
Supervisor: Prof. Per Kværne.

University of Rome "La Sapienza", Faculty of Letters, Institute for Indian and Far East Asian Studies
Degree summa cum laude, 1985.
Title of dissertation: Traditions and Persecutions of Bon at the Epoch of the Ancient Tibetan Monarchy.
Supervisor: Prof. Luciano Petech.

SPECIALIZED EDUCATION

Qinghai Institute of Nationalities (Qinghai Minzu Xueyuan), Xining, CHINA
June-Sept. 1985
Study of the Tibetan Amdo dialect; linguistic field work in nomadic and rural areas.

Central Institute of Nationalities (Zhongyang Minzu Xueyuan, now Zhongyang Minzu Daxue), Beijing, CHINA
1983-1984
Study of the classical and modern Tibetan language (Lhasa dialect).

Beijing Language Institute (Beijing Yuyan Xueyuan), Beijing, CHINA
1982-1983
Study of the classical and modern Chinese language.

INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Association for Asian Studies (AAS)

Associazione Internazionale di Studi sul Mediterraneo e l Oriente (ISMEO)

Associazione Italiana di Studi Tibetani, Himalayani e Mongoli (AISTHiM)

Consulta Universitaria per gli Studi su Asia e Africa (University Council for Asian and African Studies, CUSTAA)

International Association for Tibetan Studies (IATS)

International Society for the Critical Study of Divination, (founded in 2016 at The International Consortium for Research in the Humanities "Fate, Freedom and Prognostication", IKGF, Erlangen, Germany)

Rivista degli Studi Orientali (RSO), member of the Editorial Committee