Published on 18/01/2023
The bachelor's degree (PISE, LCSL) thesis must be requested in advance of at least six months before the discussion
The master (RIC) thesis must be requested in advance of at least nine months before the discussion
In both cases it is necessary to have attended at least one of my courses.
You can contact me by email to ask for information about availability, but it is then NECESSARY to present yourself in person (or via GMeet) during my office hours to decide the topic
The thesis must be of a HISTORICAL CHARACTER. It can analyze phenomena still present in the contemporary age, but it must start from a historical basis in the early modern age (late 15th century - first half of the 19th century).
My research fields can be consulted on my webpage, in the publications and research sections. In general, I am available to supervise theses which deals with the intertwining of cultural, economic and political aspects in the Atlantic and Euro-Mediterranean area, starting from the early modern age
Graduating students must keep in constant contact, coming in person or via email. The first steps, after having decided the topic, are to prepare a provisional table of contents, an abstract (which can eventually be expanded and become the introduction) and a preliminary bibliography
In order for the graduation application to be accepted, it is NECESSARY that at least one chapter be delivered 15 days before the procedure for the graduation application is closed
In order for the thesis to arrive at the discussion, it is NECESSARY for the complete text to be delivered 15 days before the closing of the upload procedure
Practical information on length, languages, format etc ... must be found directly by the students at the following links
- LCSL three-year degree regulations: http://www.unive.it/pag/623/;
- PISE three-year degree regulations: https://www.unive.it/pag/8750/
- RIC regulations: http://www.unive.it/pag/13077/
- guidelines: https://www.unive.it/pag/31196/