to have passed at least one exam in Medieval History
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individual oral examination, with some questions relating to the program
ability to analyze a theme of Medieval History, with a critical analysis of the sources and the historiography; introduction to methodologies of historical research
the course aims to analyze the experience of Benedictine monachism in Sardinia (XI-XIII centuries)
Il condaghe di San Pietro di Silki, a cura di Alessandro Soddu e Giovanni Strinna, Nuoro, Ilisso, 2013; Anna Rapetti, Storia del monachesimo medievale, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2013; during lessons students will be encouraged to read specific essays
lectures on specific themes in Medieval History, enhanced by the review of sources; field trips, visits to exhibitions, audiovisual
Readiness to offer individual assistance also in a foreign language to incoming students: spanish
Readiness to accept examination of incoming students also in a foreign language: spanish