professor Tiziano Zanato (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Doctoral Programme mainly aims to equip students with a good command of the various techniques of editing, reviewing and interpreting literary texts (including classical, medieval, renaissance, modern and contemporary texts).
At the end of such a programme, doctoral students should have acquired an intellectual habitus that will equip them to face the many questions arising out of a philological text and then to critically deal with the instruments that analyse its parts, assessing their actual skills in explaining and interpreting them.
Editing, analysing and interpreting literary texts from the Middle Ages to the contemporary period, either in Italian or by Italian authors who have written in Latin, Greek, Provençal, Old French, as well as in modern languages or dialects or jargons.
Relationship between the Italian language, literature and culture, and the ancient and modern languages, literatures and cultures which have come into contact with the Italian one.
Literary civilization of the North-Eastern Italian area.
Perspectives of the Italian literary criticism.
Department of Humanities, Malcanton Marcorà, Dorsoduro 3484/D, 30123 Venezia
Gabriele Bolognini (email@example.com) , Tel +39 041 234 7231, Fax +39 041 234 7250
Website: http://www.unive.it/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=84093 (IT)