Society and Culture / Bachelor's degree programme
History and Contemporary Cultures

General information for the a.y. 2021-2022

Disciplinary areaSociety and Culture
Duration 3 years - 180 Credits
Admission Accesso Libero No limited access
Language Taught in Italian
Teaching method Lectures
Regulation Main Teaching Regulations

Presentation

The study programme provides theoretical and basic knowledge in history, anthropology, philosophy, and sociology; it also allows the acquisition of critical tools to know the current world and encourage dialogue between the forms of culture (literature, art, science) and different cultures. What are the relations behind the different cultures and between the expressions of a same culture? How did the ideas, social forms and ways of life featuring the globalised world take shape and how have they changed over time? Answering these questions needs an interdisciplinary approach, in which history interacts with human sciences. We want to enable students to acquire a plurality of knowledge and methods that will allow them to face even very different issues; so they will be able to seize opportunities and confront each other (cultures, values, ways of thinking). We want to encourage them to develop their potential in several directions, perhaps discovering interests that the school could not spark in them. We believe we can offer something innovative in this regard.

Course content

The programme includes common teachings and two different specialisation curricula that are chosen on the 3rd year. These elements allow students to deepen their historical background and address issues of anthropological, philosophical, and literary nature, and associated with intercultural mediation more consciously. For critical actions on the present, knowing how today's world has developed is indeed essential.

Career options

Our graduates find work in cultural centres and institutions; libraries, archives, international, governmental and non-governmental organisations; publishing houses and newspaper editors; social and intercultural mediation services, digital humanities enterprises; cultural services and cultural tourism agencies. The most relevant aspect is the acquisition of skills that may be used in multiple fields. In fact, training in humanities fosters openness to the world. The experience of our graduates confirms it.

After the degree

Master's Degree

More information

Course Director
dott.ssa Elisa Rossi
e-mail elisa.rossi@unimore.it
Tutor
dott.ssa Elisabetta Menetti
e-mail elisabetta.menetti@unimore.it

The course is managed by the Department of Studies on Language and Culture