Ritratto di mara.matta@uniroma1.it

FALL SEMESTER 2023/24 - We'll start on the 3rd of October 2023

 

Here you'll find the time, the place and the classrooms' codes to access the materials.

 

TUESDAY (Martedì)

 

12:00-14:00 - CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES

 

Where: CLASS 110 - I floor - Marco Polo Building

 

CLASSROOM's CODE: v6dnkzf

 

 

18:00-20:00 - LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUBCONTINENTE INDIANO (CLASS LAB 1 - III Piano - Ed. Marco Polo)

 

WEDNESDAY (Mercoledì)

 

10:00-12:00 - Lingua e traduzione Hindi III (CLASS 106 - I piano - Ed. Marco Polo)

 

CLASSROOM CODE:

hsnqfkw

 

16:00-18:00 - LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUBCONTINENTE INDIANO (CLASS "SALA RIUNIONI 1" ROOM 301 - III Piano - Ed. Marco Polo) 

 

18:00-20:00 CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES (CLASS 105 - I floor - Marco Polo Building)

 

CLASSROOM's CODE: v6dnkzf

 

I'll write more on the dedicated Classrooms and the courses' webpage [bacheca].

 

For the students of Global Humanities: you have two tutors who are there to guide you and help you to find your way.

 

Please, kindly book a tutoring session at the email: globalhumanitiestutor.sapienza@uniroma1.it

 

A presto!

See you soon!

MM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dear students,

 

this is the Classroom Code for the Global History Lab 2023-24: 6fojdg3

 

Kindly register and send me privately your exams' list. I need to create a list of the first twenty students who can be directly enrolled in the course. The list will be based on merit, therefore we will be looking to the exams you have done during the first year's course and create a list of twenty students (plus other twenty for a possible second list).

 

You will find on the Classroom all the necessary information. Kindly be aware that the course starts earlier than others, it is extremely time-consuming and you'll need to comply with the rules set by Princeton/Cambridge. Therefore, if you are not fully committed to work on assignments on a weekly basis and participate to all the sessions having read and prepared the requested work, kindly refrain from enrolling.

 

Thanks,

MM

 

 

Wednesday 22 March 2023 - 5.30-6.30pm - ZOOM MEETING ON THE DISSERTATION's MODALITY and related topics.

 

Kindly join at the following link:


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/95156465792?pwd=S0s3Wm8wSExsSGlzK3F2TFNCL3liUT09

 

Meeting ID: 951 5646 5792
Passcode: 962550

 

Kind regards,

MM

 

AS PREVIOUSLY COMMUNICATED, I KINDLY REMIND EVERYONE THAT MY CLASSES BEGIN TODAY - 7 MARCH 2023.

 

- IndoTibetan Studies  (Classroom Code: epmh4vf)

 

RM021 – Marco Polo Building

Lab. ROOM 1

Tuesday from 11:00 to 13:00

 

RM021 – Marco Polo Building

ROOM 201

Wednesday from 09:00 to 11:00

 

- Global and Minor Cinemas - Classroom Code: i5izlmj

 

RM021 – Marco Polo Building

ROOM 103

Tuesday from 17:00 to 19:00

RM021 – Marco Polo Building

ROOM 110

Wednesday from 15:00 to 17:00

 

- International Law (jointly taught with Prof. B. Bonafé) - Classroom Code: a74szue

 

RM103 – Vetrerie Sciarra

ROOM

Thursday from 09:00 to 11:00

 

- HINDI III 

 

1055405 LINGUA E TRADUZIONE HINDI III

Lab. Didattico – Aula 2 – Marco Polo Building

Martedì dalle 15:00 alle 17:00

 

 

THURSDAY 02 MARCH 2023 - 9.30 - 11.00 

To the GLOBHUM students, especially the ones attending the course of INTERNATIONAL LAW jointly taught by Prof. Bonafé and myself:

 

Please, join this ZOOM MEETING for the presentation of a project linked to the activities of the National Week Against Racism:

 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81922498535

ID 819 2249 8535

 

See you on Zoom and, next week, in presence!

 

II SEMESTER 2023 - TIMETABLE – MARA MATTA

 

All my classes will start on the 7th March 2023, according to the following timetable.

I will open a new Classroom for each of these courses and all the communication will happen through the Classroom platforms. Thanks. 

 

Kindly note that the teachings of International Law are held jointly by Prof. Bonafé (who will start her classes THIS WEEK as per regular calendar) and Prof. Matta (who will start this course on the 9th of March)

 

 

10595604 GLOBAL AND MINOR CINEMAS

 

RM021 – Marco Polo Building

ROOM 103

Tuesday from 17:00 to 19:00

10595604 GLOBAL AND MINOR CINEMAS

 

RM021 – Marco Polo Building

ROOM 110

Wednesday from 15:00 to 17:00

10595506 INDOTIBETAN STUDIES

 

RM021 – Marco Polo Building

ROOM 201

Wednesday from 09:00 to 11:00

10595506 INDOTIBETAN STUDIES

 

RM021 – Marco Polo Building

Lab. ROOM 1

Tuesday from 11:00 alle 13:00

1052290 INTERNATIONAL LAW

BONAFE' BEATRICE ILARIA

RM021

ROOM 101 (taught by Prof. Bonafè)

Wednesday from 15:00 to 17:00

1052290 INTERNATIONAL LAW

MARA MATTA

RM103 – Vetrerie Sciarra

ROOM A (taught by Prof. Matta, starting on the 9th March 2023)

Thursday from 09:00 to 11:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

TO ALL MY STUDENTS - CLASSES TAUGHT ONLINE ONLY FOR THIS WEEK (24th-29th October) AND (PERHAPS) THE NEXT.

 

Dear Global Humanities' First Year's students,

 

1) Tomorrow Tuesday 25th October 2022 (1-3 pm) and until differently communicated, the classes will be held online at the usual Zoom.

 

The new code to access the Classroom for the GLOBHUM STUDENTS is:

 

misjoww

 

The University will be closed on 31/10 and 1/11/2022. 

 

You can check the Academic Calendar on this webpage:

 

https://www.lettere.uniroma1.it/giorni-chiusura-facolta

 

 

2) COMUNICAZIONE AGLI STUDENTI DI HINDI E LETTERATURE - LEZIONI SETTIMANA 24-29 Ottobre 2022

 

A causa di serie questioni di salute, le lezioni di questa settimana si terranna SOLO online.

Si prega di consultare i Classroom dedicati ai singoli corsi erogati dalla Docente.

 

Si ricorda, inoltre, che la Facoltà resterà chiusa nei giorni 31/10 e 01/11, come da calendario accademico.

 

a) Le lezioni di Lingua e traduzione Hindi III, Letterature moderne del subcontinente indiano, Fondamenti di intercultura Hindi e Mediazione Linguistica e Interculturale cominceranno questa settimana (dal 27/09/2022).

 

Verificare giorni e orari sulla bacheca della docente e iscriversi al Classroom usando il codice creato per il corso. 

 

b) THE CLASSES OF "GLOBAL HUMANITIES: CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES"

WILL START ON THE 4th of OCTOBER 2022 and BE HELD TWICE A WEEK.

 

Until the end of October 2022, the international students who have not received their visas as yet and cannot attend in presence, will be allowed to join the classes via a ZOOM LINK. Hence, at least for the first month, the classes of the I Semester of the first year will be in blended modality. 

 

ATTENTION - the code to register on classroom is: p5poox5

 

I will upload materials and communicate with you mostly via Classroom. Hence, kindly register online. I will discuss the materials and the way my course is structured when we'll meet next week. Please, come prepared to enjoy the courses and participate in the discussions. That's all I require from you now. Thanks!

 

To attend my classes online (for the students who cannot be in Rome as yet)

the link is the following:

 

Topic: Global Humanities: Critical Theories and Transnational Cultures
Time: This is a recurring meeting (the link will remain the same)


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/82026527282?pwd=SGdETmtoMm5MZG5DUTY4OEgxRk02QT09

 

Meeting ID: 820 2652 7282
Passcode: 851228

 

TIMETABLE

 

1. (Class Code: 10595499) GLOBAL HUMANITIES: CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES

 

Marco Polo Building (Building Code: RM021)

Room 109

TUESDAY 13:00 to 15:00 (1pm to 3pm)
2. (Class Code: 10595499)  GLOBAL HUMANITIES: CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES

 

Marco Polo Building (Building Code: RM021)

Room 202

THURSDAY 13:00 to 15:00 (1pm to 3pm)

 

Esami sessione invernale - gennaio febbraio 2022 - EXAMS of the WINTER SESSION 2022 

 

CLASSES OFFERED AT THE II SEMESTER - MARCH- MAY 2022

 

My classes will begin on the 8th March 2022 in blended modality
 
(ATTENTION: in presence, Please, KINDLY book on prodigit a week in advance. I'll admit people online via a zoom link but only for certified, serious reasons)
 
  • LINGUA E TRADUZIONE HINDI 3

Martedi 15-17 Lab. 2 (ISO)
Mercoledi 11-13 Lab. 2 (ISO)
 
zoom link: 

https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/84656340322?pwd=WW9mMGVUbDBwcVpWbjR1WTVKczNlUT09

 

Meeting ID: 846 5634 0322
Passcode: 392541

 

 
  • Global And Minor Cinemas       
 
Tuesday – Aula Magna - ISO – 5-8 pm (II semester)

 

Zoom Link: 

https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/82109365936?pwd=Sk1mN21nRjcwS0psWG9FOXhTYS9VQT09

 

Meeting ID: 821 0936 5936
Passcode: 329959
 
 
  •  Indo-Tibetan Studies 
Queerying Narratives and Querying Desires:
Sensibilities, Sexualities and Spiritualities

 
Wednesday 5-8 pm – Sala Riunioni Room 331 – III floor - ISO (II semester)
 
Zoom Link: 

https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/82286559830?pwd=Tm1XR3RQM0FBYWlhVHIyZHNsdkRWZz09

 

Meeting ID: 822 8655 9830
Passcode: 778721
 
 

ZOOM LINK FOR THE EXAM OF GLOBAL AND MINOR CINEMAS - III SESSION- 24 February 2O22 

 

STARTING TIME: 9.15 am (Italian time)


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/82109365936?pwd=Sk1mN21nRjcwS0psWG9FOXhTYS9VQT09

 

Meeting ID: 821 0936 5936
Passcode: 329959

 

-> If the essay is not deemed sufficient to proceed to the oral exam, students will be requested to work again on it before accessing the oral part of the exam.

 

 

ZOOM LINK FOR THE EXAM OF GLOBAL HUMANITIES - CRITICAL THEORIES - III SESSION - 23/02 up to 26/02/2022

 

 

Join Zoom Meeting


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/82026527282?pwd=SGdETmtoMm5MZG5DUTY4OEgxRk02QT09

 

Meeting ID: 820 2652 7282
Passcode: 851228

 

Since there are over 100 students booked for this third session, I have stretched the session to make sure that all students have the time to discuss their essays and sit for the oral exam. Kindly make sure you keep in touch via whatsapp with Lucia, because we are arranging the groups of students who will sit in between the 23rd and the 26th of february.

 

We'll start in the morning around 9/9.30, then have a break. We'll resume after the lunch break (around 3.30/4pm) and continue until around 7.30/8pm. 

 

 

-> If the essay is not deemed sufficient to proceed to the oral exam, students will be requested to work again on it before accessing the oral part of the exam.

 

 

 

L'appello di Letterature moderne del subcontinente indiano e Fondamenti di Intercultura del 23/02 si terrà alle ore 12.00.

 

Link di Zoom:

 

Mara Matta is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

 

 

Join Zoom Meeting

 

https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/83693248988?pwd=Z0Nkd3dvUzNZVFZESlRxL25PaTRwUT09

 

Meeting ID: 836 9324 8988

Passcode: 768498

 

 

 

 

ZOOM LINK FOR THE EXAM OF GLOBAL AND MINOR CINEMAS - II SESSION- 14 February 2O22 

 

 

STARTING TIME: 11.45 am (Italian time)


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/82109365936?pwd=Sk1mN21nRjcwS0psWG9FOXhTYS9VQT09

 

Meeting ID: 821 0936 5936
Passcode: 329959

 

ATTENTION: IF THERE WILL BE EXTRA TIME, I WILL ACCOMMODATE THE EXAMS of the STUDENTS WHO NEED TO SIT AGAIN FOR CRITICAL THEORIES (EXAM of the 11/02). THIS IS A COURTESY FOR THOSE WHO ONLY NEEDED TO BETTER REVIEW THE ESSAY OR POLISH THEIR PREPARATION ON THE THEORIES EXPOSED IN THE HANDBOOK.

 

 

HOW TO WRITE AN ESSAY_GLOBAL HUMANITIES MEETING

 

Tuesday 8th February - 1.30pm-2.30pm


Please, join through the following link:


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/83693248988?pwd=Z0Nkd3dvUzNZVFZESlRxL25PaTRwUT09

 

 

 

 

ZOOM LINK FOR THE EXAM OF GLOBAL AND MINOR CINEMAS - I SESSION- 31 JANUARY 2O22 

 

 

STARTING TIME: 10.15 am (Italian time)


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/82109365936?pwd=Sk1mN21nRjcwS0psWG9FOXhTYS9VQT09

 

Meeting ID: 821 0936 5936
Passcode: 329959

 

 

 

ZOOM LINK FOR THE EXAM OF GLOBAL HUMANITIES - CRITICAL THEORIES - I SESSION - 26/01/2022

 

Time

Morning: 11.15 - 12.30

Afternoon: 14.30 - 16.30

 

IMPORTANT: We'll have a short break and we'll continue after the lunch break, depending on the number of the students who have booked on Infostud and submitted their essays. If the essay is not deemed sufficient to proceed to the oral exam, students will be requested to work again on it before accessing the oral part of the exam.

 

 

Join Zoom Meeting


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/82026527282?pwd=SGdETmtoMm5MZG5DUTY4OEgxRk02QT09

 

Meeting ID: 820 2652 7282
Passcode: 851228

 

ESAMI SESSIONE INVERNALE di HINDI 3, Fondamenti di Intercultura Hindi e Letterature moderne del subcontinente indiano:


Ho pubblicato su Infostud il calendario completo degli esami della sessione invernale.


PER HINDI 3:


Le prove scritte si terranno (esclusivamente a distanza) nelle date stabilite dal prof. Milanetti e già pubblicate da novembre sulla sua bacheca (SCRITTI: 17 gennaio e 16 febbraio 2022 - orario da definire).


Le prove orali si terranno in presenza e a distanza (la docente è in 'fragilità') nelle date del 20 gennaio e 18 febbraio 2022.


Per partecipare agli scritti e agli orali, valgono le istruzioni fornite per le precedenti sessioni di esame.

 

PER LETTERATURE E FONDAMENTI DI INTERCULTURA HINDI:

 

Sono state pubblicate tre date. Gli esami si terranno solo da remoto. Si richiede di presentare un breve elaborato scritto su un tema a scelta della/o studentessa/studente almeno una settimana prima dell'orale, che sarà esclusivamente a distanza a causa della posizione di fragilità della docente. 

 

DATE (orari da confermare):

 

I appello: 19 gennaio 2022

II appello:09 febbraio 2022

III appello: 23 febbraio 2022

 

 

GLOBAL HUMANITIES: CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES

 

Students need to prepare a short essay (max 3000 words, submitted following one of the official academic systems of referencing) on a chosen topic related to the course or based on one of the suggested books and submit it via email at least 5 days before the oral exams. At the oral exam, they will be requested to present their essay and they will answer questions based on the classes and the materials from the selected chapters of the Manual: The Routledge Companion to Critical and Cultural Theory (Edited By Paul Wake, Simon Malpas).

 

DATES (time to be confirmed):

 

I session: 26/27 January 2022

II session: 11 February 2022

III session: 25 February 2022

 

ATTENTION: if, for any SERIOUS REASON, you cannot book your exam on infostud as yet or you need to sit on another date because you are an Erasmus student or a student with special needs, kindly contact IN ADVANCE the teacher and the Orientation Team. Thanks.

 

 

GLOBAL AND MINOR CINEMAS

 

Students need to prepare a short essay (max 3000 words, submitted following one of the official academic systems of referencing) on a chosen topic related to the course or based on one of the films and submit it via email at least 5 days before the oral exams. At the oral exam, they will be requested to present their essay and they will answer questions based on the provided materials. 

 

DATES (time to be confirmed):

 

I session: 31 January 2022

II session: 14 February 2022

III session: 24 February 2022

 

ATTENTION: if, for any SERIOUS REASON, you cannot book your exam on infostud as yet or you need to sit on another date because you are an Erasmus student or a student with special needs, kindly contact IN ADVANCE the teacher and the Orientation Team. Thanks.

 

 

 

30/12/2021 26/02/2022 modifica elimina
Esami sessione invernale - gennaio febbraio 2022 - EXAMS of the WINTER SESSION 2022 

ESAMI SESSIONE INVERNALE di HINDI 3, Fondamenti di Intercultura Hindi e Letterature moderne del subcontinente indiano:
Ho pubblicato su Infostud il calendario completo degli esami della sessione invernale.
PER HINDI 3:
Le prove scritte si terranno (esclusivamente a distanza) nelle date stabilite dal prof. Milanetti e già pubblicate da novembre sulla sua bacheca (SCRITTI: 17 gennaio e 16 febbraio 2022 - orario da definire).
Le prove orali si terranno in presenza e a distanza (la docente è in 'fragilità') nelle date del 20 gennaio e 18 febbraio 2022.
Per partecipare agli scritti e agli orali, valgono le istruzioni fornite per le precedenti sessioni di esame.

 

 

 

EXTRAORDINARY SESSIONS of NOVEMBER 2021

 

- HINDI 3 - CALENDARIO ESAMI SESSIONE STRAORDINARIA DI NOVEMBRE 2021 E PRIMO APPELLO INVERNALE GENNAIO 2022:

 

Come concordato con il prof. Giorgio Milanetti, gli esami scritti e orali della sessione straordinaria di Hindi 3 si terranno nelle seguenti date:

 

- La prova scritta della sessione straordinaria si terrà mercoledì 3 novembre, con inizio alle ore 11.

 

- L'esame orale della sessione straordinaria si terrà mercoledì 10 novembre, con inizio alle ore 11.

 

 

- LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUBCONTINENTE INDIANO e FONDAMENTI DI INTERCULTURA HINDI - CALENDARIO ESAMI SESSIONE STRAORDINARIA DI NOVEMBRE 2021:

 

L'esame orale della sessione straordinaria si terrà martedì 9 novembre, con inizio alle ore 9.30.

 

- GLOBAL HUMANITIES: CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES & GLOBAL AND MINOR CINEMAS:

The oral exam of the EXTRAORDINARY SESSION of NOVEMBER will be held on the 16th November (time to be confirmed).

 

 

GLOBAL HUMANITIES: CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES

 

Tuesday 13.00-15.00

Thursday 13.00-15.00

 

Due to medical reasons, the classes will start Thursday 14th October 2021 - EXCLUSIVELY ONLINE.

 

This is the ZOOM LINK for attending the online classes: 

 

 

Topic: Global Humanities: Critical Theories and Transnational Cultures
 


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/82026527282?pwd=SGdETmtoMm5MZG5DUTY4OEgxRk02QT09

 

Meeting ID: 820 2652 7282
Passcode: 851228

 

 

 

SEPTEMBER - FALL SESSION OF EXAMS 

 

22/09/2021 - GLOBAL HUMANITIES: CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES

 

The exams will begin at 9.30 am. Students are kindly requested to enter the waiting room at 9.15

and attend until they'll be admitted to sit for the oral exam. 

 

Link: 


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/82026527282?pwd=SGdETmtoMm5MZG5DUTY4OEgxRk02QT09

Meeting ID: 820 2652 7282
Passcode: 851228
 

23/09/2021 - GLOBAL AND MINOR CINEMAS

The exams will begin at 15.30 am. Students are kindly requested to enter the waiting room at 15.15

and attend until they'll be admitted to sit for the oral exam. 

 

Link: 


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/82109365936?pwd=Sk1mN21nRjcwS0psWG9FOXhTYS9VQT09

Meeting ID: 821 0936 5936
Passcode: 329959

 

24/09/2021 - LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUBCONTINENTE INDIANO

Gli esami cominceranno alle ore 10.00

Il link di Zoom è il seguente:

 


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/725555006?pwd=b21CMzJWWmFnR1ZmMnNPeTkyTndTUT09

Meeting ID: 725 555 006
Passcode: 015444

 

 

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Courses which will be held in the second semester:

 

1) The course of 'Global and Minor Cinemas' (6 cfu) will begin on Thursday 18th March at 5pm. 

Classes will be held on Tuesday (9-11am) and Thursday (5-7pm).

 

The ZOOM link to access the online classes is:


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/82109365936?pwd=Sk1mN21nRjcwS0psWG9FOXhTYS9VQT09

Meeting ID: 821 0936 5936
Passcode: 329959

 

 2) Hindi 3 comicia il 15 Marzo 2021.

Le lezioni di questo secondo modulo si terranno il lunedì dalle 9,00 alle 11,00 e il mercoledì dalle 11,00 alle 13,00.

Il link di ZOOM per accedere alla lezione è il seguente:

 

LINGUA E TRADUZIONE HINDI 3

https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/84656340322?pwd=WW9mMGVUbDBwcVpWbjR1WTVKczNlUT09

Meeting ID: 846 5634 0322
Passcode: 392541

 

 

3) Letterature moderne del subcontinente indiano

Il corso, valido anche per gli studenti di Mediazione linguistica, comincerà lunedì 15 marzo.

 

Le lezioni si terranno ogni lunedì e mercoledì dalle ore 17,00 alle ore 19,00.

 

Il link per accedere alle lezioni è il seguente (valido per tutto il semestre):


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/725555006?pwd=b21CMzJWWmFnR1ZmMnNPeTkyTndTUT09

 

Meeting ID: 725 555 006
Passcode: 015444

 

 

 

 

III SESSION of the EXAMS - 4th March

II SESSION of the EXAMS - 22 and 23 February

I SESSION of the EXAMS - 27th January 2021- 9.15 am - until afternoon (5pm)

 

Students registered for the first session are kindly requested to enter the waiting room at 9.15 and attend until they'll be admitted to sit for the oral exam.

 

Join Zoom Meeting


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/83693248988?pwd=Z0Nkd3dvUzNZVFZESlRxL25PaTRwUT09

 

Meeting ID: 836 9324 8988
Passcode: 768498

 

 

 

Global Humanities' Time Table for this week and next week:

 

Dear students, kindly double check this page as the timetable is subjected to changes.

I do apologise for any inconvenience. 

 

Thursday 14/01/2021 - 15.00-17.00

 

Friday 15/01/2021 - 15.00.17.00

 

Thursday 21/01/2021 - TODAY's class is cancelled

 

Friday 22/01/2021 - 16.00-19.00 

 

 

 

Kindly use the usual Zoom link.

 

 

 

Tutorials for the Study Plan

On Friday 8th January 2021 at 11.00 am (Rome time) there will be an open session of orientantion for the study plans.

 

Kindly connect to the following link:


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/83693248988?pwd=Z0Nkd3dvUzNZVFZESlRxL25PaTRwUT09

 

Meeting ID: 836 9324 8988
Passcode: 768498

 

 

EXAMS

 

The first sessions of exams of 'Global Humanities: Critical Theories and Transnational Cultures' will be held on:

 

1. 27 January 2021 (time to be fixed);

2. 17 February 2021 (time to be fixed);

3. 03 March 2021 (time to be fixed).

 

The exam is divided in two parts: students are requested to submit a short essay (max. 2000 words) on a chosen topic (among the ones discussed during the course) and submit it at least 5 days before the oral exam.

 

The essay must be submitted via email to: mara.matta@uniroma1.it

 

The oral exam will be held online on Zoom. Students need to book on infostud.

 

ATTENTION: Those students who cannot book on infostud need to contact the teacher via email.

 

 

 

 

INTERVIEWS 

 

 

Monday 30th November from 14 am to 15 pm

 

Group: Proff. Mara Matta and Sanjukta Das Gupta

 

Link: 


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/83693248988?pwd=Z0Nkd3dvUzNZVFZESlRxL25PaTRwUT09

 

Meeting ID: 836 9324 8988
Passcode: 768498

 

Monday 30th November from 11 am to 13 pm

 

Group: Proff. Federica Favino and Francesco Freddolini

 


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/89496410473?pwd=b2lvMkoyNVo1NGlhbU1rVkRCVTRhUT09


ID riunione: 894 9641 0473
Passcode: 165123

 

Friday 27th November from 9 am to 11 am

 

Group 1: Proff. Federica Casalin and Davide Torri

 

Link:


https://zoom.us/j/6357017999?pwd=RXFGMmVmT1doanlFYThVWEhHL0diZz09

 

ID riunione: 635 701 7999

Passcode: nb0SP8

 

Friday 27th November from 12 am to 2 pm

 

Group 2: Proff. Mara Matta and Ada Barbaro

 

Link: 


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/83693248988?pwd=Z0Nkd3dvUzNZVFZESlRxL25PaTRwUT09

 

Meeting ID: 836 9324 8988
Passcode: 768498

 

Friday 27th November from 2 pm to 4 pm

 

Group 3: Proff. Federica Casalin and Filippo Salviati

 

Link:


https://zoom.us/j/6357017999?pwd=RXFGMmVmT1doanlFYThVWEhHL0diZz09

 

ID riunione: 635 701 7999

Passcode: nb0SP8

 

Wednesday 18th November from 18:00-19:30 (Italian time):

 

Theory from the MarginsCoFutures and Mythopolitics in South Asia

Online event: https://www.facebook.com/events/oslo/decoloniality-webinar-with-walter-d...

 

OUR WEBINAR LINK FOR TOMORROW: https://mf-no.zoom.us/j/62495029541... 


The event is at 18.00 hrs Norway time. Please convert to your own timezone.

In this Theory from the Margins event, we discuss two works (published and forthcoming) by philosopher and semiotician Walter D. Mignolo, one of the world's foremost thinkers on epistemic decolonization, and one of the founders of the modernity/coloniality school of thought.

 

In On Decoloniality, Walter D. Mignolo and Catherine E. Walsh explore the hidden forces of the colonial matrix of power, its origination, transformation, and current presence, while asking the crucial questions of decoloniality's how, what, why, with whom, and what for. Interweaving theory-praxis with local histories and perspectives of struggle, they illustrate the conceptual and analytic dynamism of decolonial ways of living and thinking, as well as the creative force of resistance and re-existence. This book speaks to the urgency of these times, encourages delinkings from the colonial matrix of power and its "universals" of Western modernity and global capitalism, and engages with arguments and struggles for dignity and life against death, destruction, and civilizational despair.

In The Politics of Decolonial Investigations, Walter D. Mignolo provides a sweeping examination of how coloniality has operated around the world in its myriad forms between the sixteenth and twenty-first centuries. Decolonial border thinking allows Mignolo to outline how the combination of the self-fashioned narratives of Western Civilization and the hegemony of Eurocentric thought served to eradicate all knowledges in non-European languages and praxis of living and being. Mignolo also traces the geopolitical origins of racialized and gendered classifications, modernity, globalization, cosmopolitanism, placing them all within the framework of coloniality. Drawing on the work of theorists and decolonial practitioners from the global South and the global East, Mignolo shows how coloniality has provoked the emergence of decolonial politics initiated by delinking from all forms of Western knowledge and subjectivities. The urgent task Mignolo stresses, is the epistemic reconstitution of categories of thoughts and praxis of living destituted in the very process of building Western Civilization and the idea of modernity. Overcoming the long-lasting hegemony of the West and its distorted legacies is already under way in all areas of human existence. Mignolo underscores the relevance of the politics of decolonial investigations, in and out the academy, to liberate ourselves from canonized knowledge, ways of knowing and praxis of living.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Walter D. Mignolo is William H. Wannamaker Professor and Director of the Center for Global Studies and the Humanities at Duke University. He was associated researcher at Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar, Quito, 2002-2018) and an Honorary Research Associate for CISA (Center for Indian Studies in South Africa), Wits University at Johannesburg (2015-2019). He is a Senior Advisor of DOC (Dialogue of Civilizations) Research Institute, based in Berlin and received a Doctor Honoris Causa Degree from the University National of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Among his books related to the topic are: The Darker Side of the Renaissance. Literacy, Territoriality and Colonization (1995, Chinese and Spanish translation 2015); Delinking: The Rhetoric of Modernity, the Logic of Coloniality and the Grammar of Decoloniality (2007, translated into German, French, Swedish, Rumanian and Spanish), Local Histories/Global Designs: Coloniality, Subaltern Knowledges and Border Thinking (2000, translated into Spanish, Portuguese and Korean); and The Idea of Latin America (2006, translated into Spanish, Korean and Italian, On Decoloniality: Concepts, Analysis, Praxis, co-authored with Catherine Walsh, 2018; and, forthcoming, The Politics of Decolonial Investigations (Duke University Press, 2021).

Please join us for a conversation on this brilliant book! Zoom link to be provided on the day of the event here on facebook, and those on our email lists.

 

Visit us at: https://theoryfromthemargins.com 

 

 

 

- GLOBAL HUMANITIES: CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES (6 CFU/ECTS)

 

Where and When

Monday 17.00-19.00 (Room 201)

Wednesday 18.00-20.00 (Room 105)

 

* The classrooms are located inside the 'Marco Polo Building' in Circonvallazione Tiburtina 4 - Rome

 

FOR STUDENTS WHO WILL ATTEND THE CLASSES ONLINE, KINDLY ACCESS THROUGH THE FOLLOWING ZOOM LINK:

 

Topic: Global Humanities: Critical Theories and Transnational Cultures


Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime

 

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 820 2652 7282
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CLASSROOM

 

https://classroom.google.com/c/MTkxNDUyNTg0MjM5?cjc=i27y4tl

 

To access the materials:

 

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B2DwNYQY5a99fjJLODhVa2dFTl9qTUFJ...

 

Do the Humanities matter? From which perspective and in whatever manner do we study histories, cultures, arts, literatures, social sciences? This course aims to familiarise students with key texts, concepts and methodologies in Cultural Studies and Critical Theory. It addresses the reasons why it is important to study theories on literary and visual cultures in a transnational and global perspective, opening up debates on Colonialism, Postcolonialism and Decoloniality; Orientalism, Occidentalism, and Border Thinking; Ethics, Aesthetics and the Imaginary; Subalternity, Indigeneity and ‘Minor’ Narratives; Feminisms, Gender and Sexuality; Migrations, Diasporas and Nomadic Subjectivities, and more. Far from being disconnected from issues of social justice, democracy and global citizenship, critical theory engages with ideas and questions that regard all of us as human beings and ‘organic intellectuals’ concerned with issues of culture and society, identity and alterity, literatures and media, arts and multiple ways of producing and communicating meanings, from a range of different perspectives and through a plethora of creative strategies of intervention and interruption. Critical Theory, addressed from a global perspective to include the intellectual and creative voices of scholars, writers, filmmakers and artists from different parts of the planet, first and foremost questions the ways in which we think of the world and make sense of it, through a critical appraisal of artistic and cultural artefacts, material and symbolic things, histories, memories and traces of the Human. This course is open to everyone who wishes to study cultures, histories, and arts by developing a self-reflexive approach to our experiences of the world and the ways in which we make sense of it.

 

Adopted texts

A Syllabus will be made available at the beginning of the Course. The Syllabus will contain articles, essays, and book excerpts. The following is a reference book:

Simon Malpas and Paul Wake (2013) THE ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO CRITICAL AND CULTURAL THEORY, New York: Routledge

 

Bibliography

A Syllabus will be made available at the beginning of the Course. The following is a preliminary bibliography:

 

Frederick Luis Aldama, Why the Humanities Matter: A Commonsense Approach, University of Texas Press, 2008.

Walter D. Mignolo, Local Histories/Global Designs: Coloniality, Subaltern Knowledges, and Border Thinking, Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2012.

Walter D. Mignolo and Catherine E. Walsh (eds.) On Decoloniality: Concepts, Analytics, Praxis, Duke University Press, 2018.

Martha C. Nussbaum, Not For Profit: Why Democracy Needs the Humanities, New York: Princeton University Press, 2010.

 

Prerequisites

No previous knowledge or special prerequisite is required to attend this class. This is a foundational course and you need to equip yourself with curiosity, imagination, self-reflexivity, and the eagerness to engage in respectful but thought-provoking debates on critical essays, films, music, art, theatre, literature, and more. 

Study modes

 

Exam modality

The exam will be divided in two parts: 1. A short essay to be submitted via email or Classroom one week before the oral exam; 2. An oral exam based on the course program and the relevant readings.

 

If you need to contact the teacher and/or book an appointment for an orientation session, kindly write to: mara.matta@uniroma1.it

 

 

- HINDI LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION III (12 CFU/ECTS)

 

When and Where:
Monday: 13.00-15.00 (Aula F informatica) and Wednesday 15.00-17.00 (Aula E)

 

Students who attend the classes online can access them using the following ZOOM LINK:

 

Topic: LINGUA E TRADUZIONE HINDI 3
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The course “Hindi Language and Literature III” is comprised of two specialised educational routes, respectively coordinated by the Italian teacher, Mara Matta, and by two highly competent native speakers, the Indian teachers Tanya Gupta and Anju Kumari. The module carried out by Prof. Matta focuses on the translation and critical analysis of works by modern and contemporary writers, playwrights and poets. These selected texts are characterized by a medium linguistic and stylistic complexity. In the current academic year 2019-20, students will critically read sections of Premchand; a short story by Rajat Rani ‘Minu’; a short story (in Hindi translation) by Manṭo; selected poems from Jacinta Kerketta’s book Angor (see Bibliography). 

Acquiring competencies in literary translation will allow students (a) to reply to the growing request for such professional specialization; and (b) to develop advanced skills in the field of linguistic, conceptual and stylistic analysis of a written text, in both the origin and the destination language, which will be usefully employed also in contexts different from the specific discipline. 
These readings will also allow students to better understand some of the processes and dynamics which have shaped the cultural identity of modern and contemporary India.

Building on selected teaching tools, the module carried out by the native speakers professors will be specifically dedicated to 1) the in-depth study and revision of grammar and lexicon, mostly based on the units 21-24 of the ‘Corso di Lingua Hindi’ (Milanetti-Gupta, ed. Hoepli, Rome 2008, see Bibliography); 2) to developing high-level operating skills in the field of spoken Hindi. Students will take part in training sessions (individual and collective) where specific issues regarding the culture and society of contemporary India will be debated in Hindi. At the same time, they will study and analyse elements and peculiarities of selected linguistic registers, such as regional idioms, jargon expressions, theatre and cinema dialogues, etc. A specific focus will be given to understanding and orally translating audio-video materials, such as songs, movie clips, theatrical sketches, documentaries, etc., with a focus on developing professional skills that today are specifically requested. Most of the learning activities will take place in linguistic laboratories, but an active engagement with the local diasporic communities will also be facilitated in safe and supervised learning environments.
Thanks to the specialized seminars and conferences that are regularly organized by the teaching staff, students will also reach a high level of knowledge on major issues regarding contemporary Indian culture, society, and economy. Hence, students are expected to develop good operating skills in currently strategic sectors such as written translation, intercultural communication, cultural industries, etc.

 

Adopted texts

Giorgio Milanetti e Smiti Tanya Gupta, Corso di lingua hindi, Hoepli Ed., Roma 2008.

 

Bibliography

Rajat Rānī ‘Mīnu’, Ham kaun hain?, Vāṇī Prakāśan, Naī Dillī 2012. Jacinta Kerketta, Brace (Angor), Miraggi Ed. Torino 2017 (poems in hindi language with Italian translation by Alessandra Consolaro). Premchand, Manṭo, Devi’s short stories and other excerpts of literary works and film scripts will be provided during the classes.

 

Prerequisites

Level B1 of the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).

 

Organization of the Course

The course will be organized around different teaching modules and various approaches aimed at facilitating a progressive and interactive teaching/learning modality of language acquisition. Frontal teaching will be supported by grammar exercises, language practical training classes and interactive work to be carried out in the linguistic labs. The students will be required to read and translate literary texts, to study and gain functional knowledge of the grammar and new lexicon, to carry out practical exercises and fieldwork which may include students-students interaction or supervised engagement with the Indian diasporic community based in Rome. The active participation of the students will be encouraged and stimulated by the teachers. The use of media and other technical devices is aimed at further stimulating the students’ interactive learning.

 

Exams' modality

The final exam will be divided in two parts (written and oral), to be held separately and in different days. 

The written exam, which will last maximum 3 hours, will assess the capacity of the student to read and translate a short literary texts, of adequate difficulty. Besides the translation of this excerpt, the student will be requested to translate some sentences from Italian into Hindi and viceversa, in order to assess the acquisition of the grammar and the syntactical structures of the language. Moreover, he/she will be requested to complete exercises that will be focused on the grammatical rules the student will have studied and mastered during the third year of the Hindi course.

During the oral test, the student will have to prove his/her capacity of reading, translating and analyzing the literary works assigned during the year. Moreover, the student will conduct a conversation in Hindi and will have to answer to some questions related to the grammar, syntax and lexicon.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE SCHEDULE OF MY CLASSES:

 

1. During the FIRST SEMESTER (5th October-19th December 2020), I will teach the first module of the course "Hindi Language and Translation III" for the students of Oriental Languages and the course of "Global Humanities: Critical Theories and Transnational Cultures" for the Global Humanities' students.
2. During the SECOND SEMESTER (starting at the end of February 2021), I will teach the courses of "Modern Literatures of the Indian Subcontinent" and the second module of "Hindi Language and Translation III" for the students of Oriental Languages; I will teach "Global and Minor Cinemas" for the students of Global Humanities. 

 

-> Students of the Course in 'Mediazione Linguistica' are kindly requested to get in touch with me and Prof. Milanetti to efficiently organise their study plan.

 

TEACHING MODALITY
 
ACCORDING TO SAPIENZA'S REGULATIONS, WE'RE ADOPTING A BLENDED MODALITY OF TEACHING:

 

- STUDENTS WHO HAVE THE CHANCE TO ATTEND THE CLASSES WILL HAVE TO BOOK THEIR SEAT THROUGH THE 'PRODIGIT SYSTEM'.
- STUDENTS WHO CANNOT ATTEND OR DO PREFER TO ATTEND ONLINE WILL ACCESS THE VIRTUAL CLASSROOMS VIA A ZOOM LINK (WHICH WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ON THE  TEACHER'S PERSONAL WEBPAGE (BACHECA DOCENTE).

If you need to contact the teacher or book an appointment for an orientation session, kindly write to: mara.matta@uniroma1.it

 

 

DIDATTICA A DISTANZA (a partire da Lunedì 9 marzo):

 

1. Lingua e traduzione Hindi 3:

 

Si avvisano gli studenti che le lezioni di Hindi 3 sono erogate sulla piattaforma ZOOM. Si provvederà regolarmente all'invio del link di collegamento, via e-mail e via whatsapp.

 

I materiali saranno condivisi via e-mail e su Google CLASSROOM. 

 

 Il CODICE di Google Classroom per accedere ai materiali del corso di HINDI 3 è il seguente: hsnqfkw

 

 

2. Il Laboratorio di Letterature (attivo il venerdì dalle 17 alle 19 e in eventuali altre date/altri orari concordat* con gli studenti del corso) si svolgeranno in modalità ‘distance learning’ attraverso la piattaforma Zoom e Google Classroom.

 

Su Zoom: gli studenti ricevono un invito (via email e whatsapp) con il link per accedere alla classe di Zoom un quarto d'ora prima dell'inizio della lezione.  

 

IL CODICE di Google Classroom per accedere ai materiali del corso del corso “Laboratorio di Letterature” è: mfarqze

 

N.B. Gli studenti e i laureandi possono concordare con la docente date e orari di ricevimento a distanza, che si svolgerà via Skype o su Zoom.

Insegnamento Codice Anno Corso - Frequentare Bacheca
INDOTIBETAN STUDIES 10595506 2022/2023

Dear students of IndoTibetan Studies,

Welcome to the new course for the year 2023!

Classes will be held every Tuesday and Wednesday, starting on the 7th of March, at the following times and in the assigned rooms at 'Marco Polo' Building:

Tuesday from 11:00 to 13::00 - RM021 – Marco Polo
Building - Lab. ROOM 1 (III Floor)


Wednesday from 09:00 to 11.00 - RM021 – Marco Polo
Building - ROOM 201 (II Floor)



A Syllabus and the materials will be uploaded on Classroom, hence pin down the Code: epmh4vf

 

Although the frequency is not compulsory, it is highly recommended to work together in a horizontal and participatory mode.


I look forward to meeting you and learning together!


Kind regards,
MM

LINGUA E TRADUZIONE HINDI III 1055405 2022/2023

 

Lingua e traduzione Hindi III

 

Data di inizio: 27/09/2022

 

Orario: 15.00-17.00 (Laboratorio Didattico, Aula 2)

 

Siete gentilmente pregati di registrarvi al Classroom utilizzando il seguente codice: ila63gn

 

 

GLOBAL HUMANITIES: CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES 10595499 2022/2023

THE CLASSES OF "GLOBAL HUMANITIES: CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES"

WILL START ON THE 4th of OCTOBER 2022 and BE HELD TWICE A WEEK.

 

Until the end of October 2022, the international students who have not received their visas as yet and cannot attend in presence, will be allowed to join the classes via a ZOOM LINK. Hence, at least for the first month, the classes of the I Semester of the first year will be in blended modality. 

 

ATTENTION: KINDLY book on prodigit (a week in advance) your presence in the classroom.

 

To attend my classes online (for the students who cannot be in Rome as yet)

the link is the following:

 

Topic: Global Humanities: Critical Theories and Transnational Cultures
Time: This is a recurring meeting (the link will remain the same)


https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/82026527282?pwd=SGdETmtoMm5MZG5DUTY4OEgxRk02QT09

 

Meeting ID: 820 2652 7282
Passcode: 851228

 

TIMETABLE

 

1. (Class Code: 10595499) GLOBAL HUMANITIES: CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES

 

Marco Polo Building (Building Code: RM021)

Room 109

 

TUESDAY 13:00 to 15:00 (1pm to 3pm)
2. (Class Code: 10595499)  GLOBAL HUMANITIES: CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES

 

Marco Polo Building (Building Code: RM021)

Room 202

THURSDAY 13:00 to 15:00 (1pm to 3pm)

 

INTERNATIONAL LAW 1052290 2022/2023

Dear students of the course 'INTERNATIONAL LAW', welcome!

The lessons will be held following this timetable:

Wednesday from 15:00 to 17:00

Marco Polo Building - ROOM 101 (Prof. BONAFE')


Thursday from 09:00 to 11:00

Vetrerie Sciarra - ROOM A (Prof. MATTA)

We have decided to teach this course together and to use the cinematic lenses to investigate and analyse legal norms and issues pertaining to human rights, international law, and justice.  


The offered classes will keep one frame of analysis at the core of the discourse - cinema - and one main topic as transversal to the raised arguments - international law. We hope you will find our classed stimulating and thought-provoking.


We have prepared a Syllabus, which is published on the Classroom.

Other materials will be uploaded every week on Classroom.

 

Changes might occur and the Syllabus will be updated accordingly.

 

To access Classroom, you can use the code: a74szue


Best,
BB & MM

 

 

GLOBAL AND MINOR CINEMAS 10595604 2022/2023

Dear students of Global and Minor Cinemas,

Welcome to the new Course for the year 2023!

Classes will be held every Tuesday and Wednesday, starting from today - 7th of March 2023 - at the following times and in the assigned rooms at 'Marco Polo' Building:


 

- Tuesday from 17:00 to 19:00 - 

RM021 – Marco Polo Building - ROOM 103

 


- Wednesday from 15:00 to 17:00

RM021 – Marco Polo Building

ROOM 110



A Syllabus and the materials will be uploaded on Classroom, hence pin down the Code: i5izlmj

 

Since this is a First Year's Elective Course and I am aware that some students are still stranded in countries other than Italy, I am going to keep a blended modality to support those students who are forced to be online. It is clear that the online connection is ONLY for those students who find themselves in such a serious condition to prevent them from attending in presence.

 

The Zoom Link is: 
https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/82109365936?pwd=Sk1mN21nRjcwS0psWG9FOXhTYS9VQT09

Meeting ID: 821 0936 5936
Passcode: 329959


Although the frequency is not compulsory, it is highly recommended as we will watch films, documentary, animation and discuss them together in the class. I hope you will be attending the classes and feel enthusiastic about sharing your ideas and insights on films, stories, his/her-story, images, narratives, and much more!

I look forward to meeting you and learning together with you!


Best,
MM

LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUB-CONTINENTE INDIANO 1027025 2022/2023

LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUB-CONTINENTE INDIANO E FONDAMENTI DI INTERCULTURA HINDI

Le lezioni cominceranno in presenza in data Mercoledì 28/09/2022

Edificio: RM021 (Marco Polo Building)
Sala riunioni 1 - stanza 331 (terzo piano)

 

Giorni e orari
mercoledì dalle 17:00 alle 19:00
giovedì dalle 15:00 alle 17:00

LINGUA E TRADUZIONE HINDI III 1055405 2022/2023

Lingua e traduzione Hindi III (anche per Mediazione Linguistica e Interculturale)

 

Data di inizio: 27/09/2022

 

Orario: 15.00-17.00 (Laboratorio Didattico, Aula 2)

 

Siete gentilmente pregati di registrarvi al Classroom utilizzando il seguente codice: ila63gn

FONDAMENTI DI INTERCULTURA-HINDI 10596500 2022/2023

LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUB-CONTINENTE INDIANO E FONDAMENTI DI INTERCULTURA HINDI

Le lezioni cominceranno in presenza in data Mercoledì 28/09/2022

 

Iscriversi al Classroom utilizzando il seguente codice: nnmhoe3

Edificio: RM021 (Marco Polo Building)
Sala riunioni 1 - stanza 331 (terzo piano)

 

Giorni e orari
mercoledì dalle 17:00 alle 19:00
giovedì dalle 15:00 alle 17:00

LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUBCONTINENTE INDIANO A 1055420 2022/2023

LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUB-CONTINENTE INDIANO E FONDAMENTI DI INTERCULTURA HINDI

Le lezioni cominceranno in presenza in data Mercoledì 28/09/2022

 

Iscriversi al Classroom utilizzando il seguente codice: nnmhoe3

Edificio: RM021 (Marco Polo Building)
Sala riunioni 1 - stanza 331 (terzo piano)

 

Giorni e orari
mercoledì dalle 17:00 alle 19:00
giovedì dalle 15:00 alle 17:00

LINGUA E TRADUZIONE HINDI III 1055405 2021/2022
GLOBAL HUMANITIES: CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES 10595499 2021/2022
LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUBCONTINENTE INDIANO B 1055421 2021/2022
GLOBAL AND MINOR CINEMAS 10595604 2021/2022
INDOTIBETAN STUDIES 10595506 2021/2022
LINGUA E TRADUZIONE HINDI III 1055405 2021/2022
FONDAMENTI DI INTERCULTURA-HINDI 10596500 2021/2022
GLOBAL HUMANITIES: CRITICAL THEORIES AND TRANSNATIONAL CULTURES 10595499 2020/2021
GLOBAL AND MINOR CINEMAS 10595604 2020/2021
ARTISTS ON THE MOVE: EAST-WEST 10595494 2020/2021
LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUBCONTINENTE INDIANO A 1055420 2020/2021
LINGUA E TRADUZIONE HINDI III 1055405 2020/2021
LINGUA E TRADUZIONE HINDI III 1055405 2020/2021
FONDAMENTI DI INTERCULTURA-HINDI 10596500 2020/2021
LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUBCONTINENTE INDIANO B 1055421 2019/2020
LINGUA E TRADUZIONE HINDI III 1055405 2019/2020
LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUB-CONTINENTE INDIANO 1024006 2018/2019
LINGUA E TRADUZIONE HINDI III 1024029 2018/2019
LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUBCONTINENTE INDIANO A 1055420 2018/2019
LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUB-CONTINENTE INDIANO 1024006 2017/2018
LINGUA E TRADUZIONE HINDI III 1024029 2017/2018
LINGUA E TRADUZIONE HINDI III 1024029 2016/2017
LETTERATURE MODERNE DEL SUB-CONTINENTE INDIANO 1024006 2016/2017