Delivered study plan

PhD courses 2018-19
Courses differentiated for year and curriculum

First Block (First year PhD students – All curricula together)
Introductory Block of lessons for an orientation to scientific research
Aula riunione 1
30/11/2018 “Library’s and bibliographic’s resources” - Dr A. Fallerini 11,00-13,00 / “How to write a CV” - Dr. F. Maniscalco 13,00-15,00
7/12/2018 “How to write a brief essay” – Dr.B. Monaco 11,00-13,00 / “Sapienza Università Editrice & Open Access” - Dr A. Vigorito 13,00-14,00 / “CNKI & databases” - Dr A. Fallerini 14,00-15,00
14/12/2018 “An introduction to bibliography” - Prof. B. Lo Turco 11,00-13,00/ “How does the PhD course work?” - Prof. E. M. Miranda 13,00-14,00 / “PhD students for PhD students” – Sara Pilia 14,00-15,00

Second Block (First and Second year PhD students)
Thematic Block of lesson including a shared conference and differentiated lessons for each curriculum.
2019 theme is Beauty
Shared conference
05/02/2019 - aula Riunioni 1 – “Paths of Beauty. Feelings, concepts, forms in comparison” – Prof. R. Milani 15,00-17,00 / “Aesthetic experience as a model for religious experience. Indian tantrism’s case” – Prof. R. Torella 17,00-19,00 / “Feminine beauty in classic indian literature”, Prof. G. Boccali 19,00-19,30
06/02/2019 mattina – aula 102 – “Aesthetic experience and psychic mechanisms: a Freudian theory of literature” – prof. P. Orsatti 9,00-11,00 / “Aesthetic in transculturality’s era” prof. R. Milani 11,00-13,00
“Presentation of Starting research project” – fund granted PhD students
N.B.: the titles could be changed – it is therefore recommended to consult the website, on which every variation will be soon indicated
Lessons for East Asian Curriculum
Aula Riunioni 1
29/01/2019 “Heurs et malheurs du mouvement pour la démocratie pendant les réformes” – Prof. Jean-Philippe Béjà (Emeritus Senior Research Fellow at Paris’ Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Ceri/Sciences-Po) 11.45-14.30
19/02/2019 “Sources and investigative methods for historical linguistics and history of Chinese linguistics. Analytical descriptions” – Prof. M.L. Paternicò 10,00-12,30 / “Sources and investigative methods for historical linguistics and history of Chinese linguistics. Lexical repertoire” – Prof. E. Raini 12,30-13,00 / “Technical-practical lexicon in ancient japanese dictionaries. Considerations regarding Books XI and XV of Wamyōruuijshō (933 ca.)” – Prof. A. Manieri 15,00-17,00 / PhD students’ forum
22/02/2019 “Bibliographic online resources for area research” – Dr. A. Fallerini / “Elements of statistic analysis applied to humanities research” – Prof G. Bove, 11,30-13,00 / “Sampling techniques regarding linguistic and literary case studies”, prof. G. Bove 14,30-16,00

Lessons for Indian Subcontinent Curriculum

20/02/2019 Aula riunioni 1 “Bibliographic online resources for area research” – Dr. A. Fallerini 12,00-14,00 / aula 102 “Aethetic theories in colonial India’s intellectual history. Neo-vedānta, traditionalism, European influences” – prof. S. Marchignoli 15,00-17,00 / “Indian literary representation in english language. New approaches, new interpretations” – prof. A. Gebbia 17,00-19,00 / PhD students’ forum
Lessons for Arabic, Iranic and Islamic Studies Curriculum
Aula riunioni 1
18/02/2019 “’A question of Style’. Meditations for a anthropological approach to storytelling” – Prof. M. Casari 9,30-11,00 / “Poetry and metrics among ancient Arabians. From sources to verse” – Prof. O. Capezio 11,00-13,00 / “Bibliographic online resources for area research” – Dr. A. Fallerini 15,00-17,00 / PhD students’ forum
20/02/2019 “Islam and images”, Prof. M. Di Cesare 9,30-11,00 / “To measure beauty, to tell desire. Aesthetic and images in the Arabian Nights”, Prof. R. Denaro 11,00-13,00

Third block (First, Second and Third year PhD students – All curricula together)
29-31/05/2019 Presentation of final dissertations / “How does the doctoral dissertation’s discussion work?” – Prof. M. E. Miranda / Seminar about How to have access to Post-D
oc research funds for third year PhD students – Sapienza Research Office / Post-Doc oriented initiatives - ADI

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