Bibliography to be agreed with the teacher after the beginning of the course.
The class aims to facilitate the acquisition of methodologies about the research in medieval history.
- Communicate with peers, with the broader community of scholars (and with society in general) on this specifical matter.
- Conceive, project, implement and adapt a research process.
- Master the search method.
- Integrate knowledge and manage complexity, as well as make judgments based on limited or incomplete information, including reflection on social and ethical responsibilities related to the application of knowledge acquired and judgments.
Ability to apply knowledge, comprehension skills and skills in solving problems related to new or unfamiliar subjects, included in larger contexts
General knowledge of the chronological-problematic framework of the medieval millennium. Knowledge of Latin is desired.
Please note that attendance is required for 2/3 of the lessons. Except for non-attending exams are not provided, except for students with part-time enrollment.
Type of Assessment
The class will explain in detail the way of getting a research and the writing of the final thesis.