History, Anthropology, Religions

ID : 
26758
Course type : 
Dottorato
Academic year : 
2024/2025
Positions : 
10
Grant numbers : 
1
Borse a valere su fondi PNRR : 
1
Number of scholarships financed by consortiums : 
2
Educational goals

The educational objectives of the PhD in HISTORY, ANTHROPOLOGY, RELIGIONS : A. Historical Sciences: 1. scientific training of history scholars, endowed with a broad general culture, possessing a high professional qualification in all the disciplinary fields in which research in history is active today, in order to bring the doctoral students to a level that allows their insertion in national and international research institutions. 2. training in a culture suitable for professional insertion in fields that are neither exclusively academic nor strictly scientific or research-related. 3. integration of theoretical-historical reflection with technical-empirical work and the deepening of methods and skills of direct work on written and oral sources. 4 focus on moments of accelerated historical change and social and cultural transformations in order to provide doctoral students with a wide-ranging historical awareness capable of highlighting the links between political activity, changes in the economy, social dynamics and mental representations. B. Anthropological Sciences: 1. to provide advanced competence in the field of ethnographic research and in the theoretical aspects of ethno-anthropological disciplines; 2. to train highly qualified researchers and operators in the field of the society-territory-environment relationship, with particular reference to projects for the requalification and cultural safeguard of the territory and to compatible development projects; 3. to train researchers and highly qualified operators able to work scientifically and professionally on systems of conservation and representation of cultural heritage; 4. to train researchers with high anthropological skills on identity and ethnic issues able to work scientifically and professionally in the fields of advocacy, social, socio-health and socio-educational activities. C. Historical-Religious Sciences: to encourage the acquisition of the skills necessary to carry out highly qualified research activities by integrating the contributions of the various historical-religious sciences. The aim is to train scholars with specific historical, philological and hermeneutic skills in the field of religion and with a high professional qualification in all the disciplinary fields in which research is currently active in the various fields of History of Religions and Christianity. Furthermore, the course aims to train highly qualified researchers and operators able to work in international and inter-religious cooperation and in the field of relations and dialogue with religious minorities on Italian territory. The PhD programme promotes a privileged focus on epistemological and methodological reflection inherent to the interdisciplinary dialogue between anthropology, history, social sciences and historical-religious studies, with a particular attention to the relationship between social, cultural, religious and political processes with the territorial dimension.

Exam - Oral

Giorno: 5/7/2024 Ora: 10:00 Aula: aula Simonetti - Dipartimento SARAS Indirizzo: Piazzale Aldo Moro 5 00185 Roma

Tests - Evaluation of qualifications

Giorno: 28/6/2024

Curriculum

a) DISCIPLINE DEMO-ETNOANTROPOLOGICHE b) STORIA CONTEMPORANEA c) STORIA DELLE RELIGIONI d) STORIA MEDIOEVALE e) STORIA MODERNA

Coordinator

Emmanuel Betta (emmanuel.betta@uniroma1.it)

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