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Faculty of Arts and Humanities

8-mar-2013


 

LM-15 – CLASSICS 

LM-15 – SCIENZE DELL’ANTICHITÀ

 

Educational objectives and professional opportunities for graduates

 

2nd cycle graduates in “Classics” will possess advanced knowledge enabling them:

 a) To read and translate consciously classical texts, through their direct and consolidated competence in Greek and Latin Languages;

 b) To contextualise classical texts, through the application of the methodologies of literary analysis, of linguistic-philological and historical-archaeological sciences, through a critical examination of sources;

 c) To interpret, also through the appropriate use of knowledge and competences in other disciplinary ambits, the fortune and reception of classics in the medieval, Modern and contemporary era;

 d) To master computer tools in the humanistic field as well as an European Union Language.

 

This master course builds on the students’ core knowledge and refines their competences in the matter of content and development of their approach to the analysis and research which will be performed in fields such as philology, classical Literature, History and civilization of the Ancient Mediterranean, classical , medieval and Modern philology and Literature, as well as diachronic Linguistics.

Graduates of this course might start a career in secondary education after completing the process of teaching certificate and have passed the competitions provided by law. In addition, they may continue their education in doctoral programmes and 2nd cycle university master courses in the field of classical Languages and Literature.. Graduates can find a job as as organizing, coordinating and planning experts in Activities related to the protection, promotion and enhancement of cultural heritage in public and private agencies, foundations, cultural institutions.

Finally, their competences with respect to classical civilizations, Languages and texts, will enable graduates of this course to find professional opportunities in the publishing industry, in the preparation and management of cultural projects, in the translation and popularization of classics and in many different editing jobs.

 

 

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME – Curriculum Classic philology and Literatures

1st YEAR credits
Greek Language and Literature (seminar) 9
Latin Language and Literature (seminar) 9
Textual criticism and interpretation of Greek and Latin texts 9
Group of Optional Educational Activities 6
Group of Optional Educational Activities II 18
Group of Optional Educational Activities III 9

 

2nd YEAR credits
Specialist Computer Science Laboratory 3
Elective Educational Activities 9
Group of Optional Educational Activities IV 18
Final Examination 27

 

Group of Optional Educational Activities credits
Greek Epigraphy 9
Latin Epigraphy 9
History of Greek Historiography 9
History of Roman Historiography 9
Historical Geography of Greek World 9
History of Greek Sicily 9
Anthropological History of Ancient Greece 9
History of Roman Sicily 9

 

Group of Optional Educational Activities II credits
Religions of Classical World 9
Archaeology and History of Greek and Roman Art 9
Byzantine Philology and History 9
Greek and Latin Grammar 9
Classic and European Literatures 9
Ancient Philosophy 9
Theatre and Drama of Antiquity 9

 

Group of Optional Educational Activities III credits
Didactics of Latin 9
Latin Philology 9
Ancient Christian Literature - integrated course
 - Greek Christian Literature
 - Latin Christian Literature
 
5
4
Medieval and Humanistic Latin Literature 9
Greek Language and Civilisation 9
Greek Palaeography 9
History of Greek Language 9
Philosophical and Scientific Greek Texts 9
Latin Language and Civilisation 9
Latin Rhetoric 9
Medieval and Modern Greek Philology 9
Latin Stylistics 9
Typological Linguistics 9
Late-Ancient Latin Literature 9

 

Group of Optional Educational Activities IV credits
Didactics of Latin 9
Latin Philology 9
Ancient Christian Literature - integrated course
 - Greek Christian Literature
 - Latin Christian Literature
 
5
4
Medieval and Humanistic Latin Literature 9
Greek Language and Civilisation 9
Greek Palaeography 9
Philosophical and Scientific Greek Texts 9
Latin Language and Civilisation 9
Latin Rhetoric 9
Medieval and Modern Greek philology 9
Latin Stylistics 9
Typological Linguistics 9
Late-Ancient Latin Literature 9
Greek Dialectology 9

 

 

Educational programme Curriculum –“HISTORY AND CIVILISATIONS OF ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN”

 

1st YEAR credits
Greek Language and Literature (seminar) 9
Latin Language and Literature (seminar) 9
Group of Optional Educational Activities 18
Group of Optional Educational Activities II 27
2nd YEAR Credits
Specialist computer science laboratory 3
Elective Educational Activities 9
Group of Optional Educational Activities III 18
Final Examination 27

 

Group of Optional Educational Activities credits
Greek Epigraphy 9
Latin Epigraphy 9
History of Greek Historiography 9
History of Roman Sicily 9

 

Group of Optional Educational Activities II credits
Religions of Classical World 9
Christian and Medieval Archaeology 9
Archaeology and History of Greek and Roman Art 9
Byzantine Philology and History 9
Ancient Numismatics 9
Ancient Topography  

 

Group of Optional Educational Activities III credits
Medieval and Humanistic Latin Literature 9
Greek Palaeography 9
History of Roman Historiography 9
Historical geography of the Greek world 9
Medieval and Modern Greek Philology 9
Ancient Philosophy 9
Textual Criticism and Interpretation of Greek and Latin texts 9
History of Greek Sicily 9
Anthropological History of Ancient Greece 9
Typological Linguistics 9

 

 

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