DELOGU Giulia

Qualifica Ricercatrice
E-mail giulia.delogu@unive.it
Sito web www.unive.it/persone/giulia.delogu (scheda personale)
Struttura Dipartimento di Studi Linguistici e Culturali Comparati
Sito web struttura: https://www.unive.it/dslcc
Sede: Ca' Bembo

Pubblicazione aula virtuale del corso HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA - [LT9014] (166714)

Pubblicato il 03/04/2020

Lessons will be held at: Tuesdays 15.45-17.15, Wednesdays 8.45-10.15, Thursdays 14.00-15.30

Aula virtuale: Lezioni on line

Pubblicazione aula virtuale del corso POPULATION HISTORY - [LT9015] (136258)

Pubblicato il 03/04/2020

Lessons will be held at: Tuesdays 12.15 - 13.45, Wednesdays 14.00- 15.30, Thursdays 8.45-10.15

Aula virtuale: Lezioni on line

Ricevimento - Office hours

Pubblicato il 18/03/2020

Fino a che l'Università resterà chiusa per l'emergenza coronavirus, gli studenti potranno contattarmi via mail e/o concordare appuntamenti telefonici o via Google Hangouts Meet

Uuntil the University is closed due to the coronavirus emergency, students can contact me via email and/or arrange telephone/Google Hangouts Meet meetings

HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA - [LT9014] (166714): Online Lessons

Pubblicato il 10/03/2020

Dear students, the course of History of Latina America (HOLA) will begin online during the week of April 6th. I ask those who intend to take the course to register in the moodle space. All those registered in the moodle space that have been inactive for more than 45 days have been canceled, since it is necessary to have a precise idea of how many students will actually follow the course this year. 

The lessons will be delivered in a online streaming mode on Google Hangout Meets at the same days and times they would have followed in presence, so please check out the calendar on the course page. You will receive the key to access the virtual room on Moodle. Slides will be provided and will be regularly uploaded on Moodle with explanatory comments.

Anyone wishing to prepare the exam as non-attending student  can follow to the program explained on the course page and must not study the slides but the texts listed there.

POPULATION HISTORY - [LT9015] (136258): Online Lessons

Pubblicato il 10/03/2020

Dear students, the course of Population History will begin online during the week of April 6th. I ask those who intend to take the course to register in the moodle space. All those registered in the moodle space that have been inactive for more than 45 days have been canceled, since it is necessary to have a precise idea of how many students will actually follow the course this year. 

The lessons will be delivered in a online streaming mode on Google Hangout Meets at the same days and times they would have followed in presence, so please check out the calendar on the course page. You will receive the key to access the virtual room on Moodle. Slides will be provided and will be regularly uploaded on Moodle with explanatory comments.

Anyone wishing to prepare the exam as non-attending student  can follow to the program explained on the course page and must not study the slides but the texts listed there.

RULES TO BE FOLLOWED TO GRADUATE WITH ME AS YOUR SUPERVISOR

Pubblicato il 10/03/2020

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

You can contact me by email to ask for information about availability, but it is then NECESSARY to present yourself in person 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.

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/

VADEMECUM LAUREANDI

Pubblicato il 10/03/2020

VEDEMECUM LAUREANDI

 

La tesi triennale va chiesta con ANTICIPO di almeno sei mesi prima della discussione 

La tesi magistrale va chiesta con ANTICIPO di almeno nove mesi prima della discussione 

Si può contattarmi via mail per chiedere indicazioni circa la disponibilità, ma è poi NECESSARIO presentarsi di persona al ricevimento, per concordare l’argomento

La tesi deve essere di CARATTERE STORICO. Può arrivare a trattare fenomeni ancora presenti in età contemporanea, ma deve partire da una base storica in età moderna.

I miei campi di ricerca possono essere consultati nella pagina docente, nelle sezioni pubblicazioni e ricerca. In linea di massima sono disponibile ad accogliere tesi che trattando dell’intreccio tra aspetti culturali, economici e politici in area atlantica ed euro-mediterranea, a partire dall’età moderna

I laureandi devono mantenersi in costante contatto, venendo di persona o via email. I primi steps, dopo aver deciso il tema, sono preparare un indice provvisorio, un abstract (che alla fine potrà essere ampliato e diventare la introduzione) e una bibliografia preliminare

Perché la domanda di laurea venga accolta, è NECESSARIO che almeno un capitolo venga consegnato 15 giorni prima della chiusura della procedura per la domanda di laurea

Perché la tesi possa approdare alla discussione, è NECESSARIO che il testo completo venga consegnato 15 giorni prima della chiusura della procedura di upload

Le indicazioni pratiche su lunghezza, lingue, formato etc… vanno reperite direttamente dai laureandi ai seguenti links

- normativa laurea triennale LCSL: http://www.unive.it/pag/623/;

- normativa laurea triennale PISE: https://www.unive.it/pag/8750/

-normativa per il RIC: http://www.unive.it/pag/13077/

- linee guida: https://www.unive.it/pag/31196/

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