FOR ALL (ATTENDING AND NON-ATTENDING STUDENTS)
Giorgio Nebbia, Scritti di storia dell’ambiente e dell’ambientalismo 1970-2013, a cura di Luigi Piccioni, «Quaderni di Altronovecento» n. 4, Fondazione Luigi Micheletti, Brescia 2014, pp. 188-289 (the essay will be made available on moodle)
Gabriella Corona, Breve storia dell'ambiente in Italia, il Mulino, Bologna 2015
In addition to the compulsory readings for all, also:
Saverio Luzzi, Il virus del benessere. Ambiente, salute, sviluppo nell'Italia repubblicana, Laterza, Roma-Bari 2009
Richard White, “Are You an Environmentalist or Do You Work for a Living?”: Work and Nature, in Uncommon Ground: Rethinking the Human Place in Nature, ed. by William Cronon, W.W. Norton, New York 1996, pp. 171-185 (the essay will be made available on moodle)
In addition to the two compulsory readings, the exam for students attending the course will consist of the discussion of a paper (minimum 20,000 characters) in which the course topics are developed in a personal and interdisciplinary way. Participation in at least 7 out of 10 lectures is required in order to be considered as attending. The paper must be delivered to the teacher at least one week before the exams.