Academic Year: 2017/2018
The PhD programme is aimed at ensuring students gain complete proficiency in both the study of texts dating from the origins of the Italian language to the current day, and in parallel, the study of works in foreign languages which are produced in those same historical geographical and cultural contexts.
At use are philological, linguistic, historical-critical, hermeneutic and comparative methodologies, which are applied to texts expressed in Italian produced by both Italian and foreign authors, as well as those written by Italian authors in Latin, Greek, Occitan, Antique French, or in the modern foreign languages, including dialects and slang.
The PhD graduate will not only be able to practice the skills acquired not only within a University teaching environment, but also in private and public corporations and institutions (e.g., Italian and overseas cultural institutions, libraries and archives, publishing and journalism, digital humanities etc.)
Admission to Doctoral Programmes is gained through a highly selective application process, subject to international attention. Yearly the call for applications is published during the spring.
Last update: 04/02/2019