Sapienza University of Rome

Rome, Italy

Available Courses

the course will be aimed at providing students with the necessary critical and analytical tools, introducing them to the main themes and principal concepts of the Transcultural Studies. The course will facilitate a gradual process of gaining knowledge and deepening understanding, familiarising the students with this field of studies, its scientific vocabulary, the methodologies and the critical theories, in a comparative perspective which rejects Eurocentric approaches.

The course will be dedicated to the cultural season in Rome, precisely to the events, exhibitions, and experimental and research performances that will take place simultaneously with the course, offering students an exclusive opportunity to follow and study the live performance. Furthermore, the course will be an attempt to study the aesthetic, ethical, political, economic, social, cultural and theoretical implications that performance entails. The critical elements that we want to highlight in the performance are interdisciplinarity, aesthetic and/ or political radicalism, the concept of non-representation, collaborative and collective work, new forms of acting or acting, the use of the performative body, the new dance , the use of new media, and different aspects of the relationship with the performative space and with the public. The course which, at the same time, collects and notes new artistic and social practices, will not only give students the opportunity to study contemporary performance, but to incorporate new methodological tools for its analysis.

In consistency with the educational purposes of the whole teaching course, aim of the teaching unit is to give students a basic knowledge and comprehension skills in the field of Roman History, with the help of advanced textbooks. Moreover, it will make the student able to apply the acquired knowledge in an expert and reflective way, making autonomous judgments, communicating ideas, problems and reflections in a clear and correct way, and developing the knowledge required to go further in the studies. In particular, the course aims at outlining, through the presentation of literary and documentary sources, the most significant aspects of the historical evolution of the Roman world, from a wide variety of angles, and identifying the peculiar features of Roman civilization in comparison with other civilizations of Antiquity and of later times.

The main objective of the course is to provide a gender analysis of economic theory answering to one main question: why and how a gender approach to inequality can explain men and women occupational patterns, wages and poverty?

The principal aim of the course is to investigate the connections between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and familiar relationships with a special focus on human rights – not only the traditional ones (identity, life, privacy, right to be forgotten, etc.), but also new ones as the right to be remembered and preserve the memory and the right to live in a clean and sustainable environment. Besides the study of European and nationals laws, the course will focus on the study of robots and algorithms in relationship to the innovative theories that these studies are bringing to the attention of the scholars of Law.

The course aims at providing students with the knowledge and understanding of the methodological, critical and practical aspects of the Discipline. It proposes geographic and disciplinary perspectives in which discipline-related projects are, or may be, activated. It shows the variability of fields of interest, enables the student to master the specific topics in order to apply them, even in other fields of study, while using the correct specific language. With the acquired knowledge, the student will be able to develop autonomous ability of connections with other disciplines in different historical periods and cultural contexts.

This course aims at providing students with a basic knowledge of the main events, processes and issues of contemporary history, as well as of major historiographical debates.

The course aims to provide knowledge and understanding of the methodological, critical and applicable aspects of the anthropological disciplines; it proposes geographical areas and sectorial perspectives in which anthropological projects are activated; it shows the variability of anthropological fields of interest; it enables the student to master the anthropological topics in order to use them and apply them in other fields of study while using the correct specific language. With the acquired knowledge the student will be able to develop autonomous ability of connections with other disciplines in the various historical epochs and cultural contexts.

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Kompleks Kementerian Pendidikan, Kebudayaan, Riset, dan Teknologi. Gedung D Lantai 18, Jalan Jenderal Sudirman, Pintu Satu, Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia 10270

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