C. Capra, 'Gli italiani prima dell'Italia', Carocci, 2014
Adequate understanding of the social and political problema of eighteenth-century Italy. Knowledge and understanding of historical processes and events as well as applying knowledge of historical information in adult education today. Ability to develop cirical reasoning, Learning acquisition of communication skills and competence to further independent histoical inqury.
Knowldge and understanding of Early modern and modern European history as acquired in preparation for the First Degree in Histiory
18 two-hour contact lectures, including the discussion of key authrs, texts and documents
email of the teacher: pasta@unifi. it.
Office hours after class.
Type of Assessment
Oral exam for alla the students, including Exchange program students (Erasmus etc.) Questions relevant to the topics discussed during the course.
The lecture provide a close discussion of italian history from the late seventeenth century to the demise of Napoleon. Special attention shall be paid to social change in its relations to the State and administration, to high culture and to the reform of criminal justice.