WINTER SCHOOL "CULTURAL HERITAGE IN THE NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST"
The winter school dedicated to Cultural Heritage in the Near and Middle East aims to provide useful tools to understand how one works in Cultural Heritage in countries of the Mediterranean and Near and Middle East, with a special focus on the areas of crisis. The lessons deal primarily with day-to-day approach to the field and with the scientific and ethical questions that face each of us in his work. To do so we will illustrate and discuss specific case studies. The Winter School is a common effort of Professors and Researchers who work at Sapienza University specializing in the archeology, history and philology of these regions and it does not intend to retrace our university courses, but to look at our work from a different point of view. It is an event that will be repeated over the years, with the aim of contributing to making Sapienza the point of reference for our studies.
Students will be led through a kaleidoscope of practical experiences, they will be shown problems, perspectives and opportunities to work on cultural heritage abroad. Although the overall aim is to provide each student with a wide-ranging overview of the many research possibilities and of the complexity of working in each of our countries, we also envisage a more specialized work moment, in which each student will choose a theme on which to work for two days with the teacher of her/his choice.
In addition to submitting the application for admission in accordance with the procedures described, candidates holding an academic qualification obtained abroad must submit by the same deadline of 15/01/2019 the following documents:
For candidates with a qualification obtained in a country of the European Union: self-certification, pursuant to Articles 46 and 47 of Presidential Decree 445/2000 and subsequent amendments and additions, of the degree with list of exams and related votes in Italian or English. For candidates with a qualification obtained in a country NOT belonging to the European Union: degree certification with list of exams and related votes translated and legalized in Italian or English.
The application for admission, signed by the candidate and accompanied by the annexes, must be received by and no later than 15/01/2019 according to the following procedures:
- Hand-delivery of the application form on the following days and times: Course secretariat: Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, Department of Antiquity Sciences, Address: Piazzale Aldo Moro 5 00185 Roma Italy, open from Monday to Thursday 9:30-13:00; Tuesday and Thursday 14:3016:00; Friday closed.
- Registered mail with return receipt at the following address: Director of the Winter School Course in Cultural Heritage in the Near and Middle East; Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità, Piazzale Aldo Moro 5 00185 Roma Italy .
- by sending the application with all scanned attachments to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Winter School lasts two weeks, lessons will begin on December 29, 2019 and will end on February 9, 2019. The training activity is equal to 80 hours of total commitment, of which at least 68 hours are dedicated to frontal teaching activities.
The attendance of 75% of the activities provided by the Course entitles the student to the certificate of attendance and allows the possible recognition of 12 CFUs. The CFU acquired in the Training Courses or in the Intensive Courses (Summer/Winter School) can be recognized by BA\MA courses up to a maximum of 12 Cfu, as long as they are consistent with the contents of the course itself. In the event of failure to attend, or other censurable conduct, the Director may decide not to issue the certificate of attendance of the course. In this case the registration fees paid will not be refunded.
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