The paths, dynamics, tools, perspectives and opportunities proposed by the Department of Humanities in the new presentation video, in close contact with the students to guide them in their passions.
The Department of Humanities offers a range of courses in the fields of History, Archaeology and History of Art, Classics, Mediaeval Latin, Romance and Byzantine Studies, Italian Studies, Linguistics, History of Religion and Geography, and in addition double or joint bachelor and master degrees with leading international universities.
The new Master Degree in Digital and Public Humanities will be held entirely in English
The Marie Sklodowska-Curie Project ‘Political Prisoners’ presents a series of talks on prisons, deportation and political convicts in a transnational key.
The Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities (VeDPH) is part of the Department of Humanities. The Centre will address to support and encourage the improvement, accessibility and dissemination of advanced projects on the field of Digital and Public Humanities. The research profiles of the centre’s core team represent the broad range of interests and expertise in the various areas and methodological approaches