Venice: History of a City of Sea and Stone
Minor no longer on offer - a.y. 2019/2020
This Minor will not be on offer starting from the academic year 2020/2021.
Students who have already chosen one or more modules of this Minor will have the chance to complete it during academic year 2020/2021 as four exam dates will be available.
Students enrolled up to academic year 2019/20 can keep on choosing one, two or three Minor modules. Passing the three exams, you will get a certification and an Open badge.
By completing your study plan, you can sign up for two Minor exams out of the free choice exams, for a total of 12 ETCS, while the third (6 ETCS) must be included in the supernumerary exams.
Business Administration students have a study plan, which involves 18 ETCS of free choice, for which they may not have recourse to supernumerary credits.
Educational Programmes Office
Objectives and contents
The Minor offers students a path towards understanding the history- not only political and institutional, but also economic, social and environmental - of a big city that was also an international power, exercised a hegemonic role in a large geopolitical area of Medieval and Modern Europe, and to this day encourages the collective imagination of pop culture.
This Minor is taught in Italian.
Modules of the Minor
Academic year 2019/2020
- From the Myth of the Serenissima to the Metropolitan City
- The Magnificent Periphery of the Empire: Rome Byzantium Venice
- The Rise and Fall of a Great Power
Students have to contact the Professors indicated into the webpage of each course to agree upon the relevant exam programme.
The Minor is aimed at Bachelor’s degree students of the university.
Last update: 15/10/2020