Course teached as: B004278 - ARCHIVISTICA 3-years First Cycle Degree (DM 270/04) in HISTORY AND CONSERVATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE (ARCHAEOLOGY, FINE ARTS, ARCHIVES AND LIBRARIES) Curriculum BENI ARCHIVISTICI E LIBRARI
The course analyzes the general and fundamental principles of the archival discipline, and in particular addresses the issues related to the three phases of the archive's life: current archive, repository archive, historical archive.
ANTONIO ROMITI, Archivistica generale, Lucca, Civita editore, 2011.
LAURA GIAMBASTIANI, Gli archivi contemporanei, Torre del Lago, Civita editoriale, 2017.
Percorsi negli archivi, a cura di Laura Giambastiani, Lucca, Maria Pacini Fazzi, 2018.
he course intends to offer a basic preparation on the history of archivistry;
- basic knowledge of archivist history;
- acquisition of some basic concepts and specific archival terminology;
- knowledge of the main bibliographic and computer tools for the study of discipline;
- stimulating the conscious use of the university structure, the CD, the orientation and management tools of student learning;
- stimulation of intellectual participation and a correct and profitable teaching-learning relationship;
- stimulating a civilian use of the study resources of the CdS and the School.
Lectures; lessons will partially involve the use of digital tools and its essential functions.
Attendance is required for at least 2/3rds of the course. No provisions and specific exams for non-attending students, except for part-time students (who must contact the professor at the beginning of the course in order to agree upon a specific program).
Type of Assessment
The exam is oral for all students, even those who do not attend lectures and exchange students (Erasmus and other programmes). The test consists of three questions on the following specific parts of the course: 1) methodological introduction and tools; 2) historical grammar; 3) history of the language and its formation. These three specific parts may be assessed by means of one or two complex questions which cover all the areas. During the exam, students may be asked to analyse materials discussed at lectures and made available through the e-learning platform.
Students must demonstrate sufficient knowledge in all three parts to pass the exam.
The marks obtained in the three parts are totalled to yield the final mark.
The exam is designed to test:
- Knowledge of the history of Italian language and its varieties;
- Knowledge of the various types of Italian linguistics tools;
- Knowledge of phonological, morphosyntactic, lexical and textual aspects of Italian language in its history;
- Ability to use the terminology of the discipline appropriately.