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The Ph.D in Humanities at Bergamo is an innovative interdisciplinary program in literature and culture combining the Doctorates in Euro-American Literature (Dpt. of Foreign Languages and Literatures and Communication) and Theory and Textual Analysis (Dpt. of General Arts and Philosophy).
Assuming a foundation in the study of literary and visual artifacts from a transnational and intercultural perspective, it is designed for intellectually creative students who desire to extend their reach of enquiry into fields such as art, philosophy and anthropology. As a site for joint reasearch and inquiry, the School's program develops across theme-oriented modules, seminars, guest lectures and colloquia, bringing together a number of disciplines – Critical Theory, Angloamerican and Anglophone Studies, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Classics (Latin, Medieval Literature and Philology), Film and Media Studies, Art History – plus a collaborating faculty drawn from other areas.
Rag. Nicoletta Foresti – e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof.ssa Alessandra Violi – e-mail: email@example.com
Prof. Luca Carlo Rossi – e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Theses of the PhD course in Textual Analysis and Theory (2008-) are available online at Aisberg, the open access repository of the University of Bergamo): access online archive.
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