Doctorate in Philology and Ancient History

Doctorate in Philology and Ancient History

BANDO DOTTORATO XXXIII ciclo (2017-18): http://www.uniroma1.it/didattica/offerta-formativa/dottorati

Coordinatore: Roberto Nicolai Mastrofrancesco

Codice: 12491 FILOLOGIA E STORIA DEL MONDO ANTICO
Sede: Dipartimento di Scienze dell'antichità
Coordinatore: Roberto Nicolai (roberto.nicolai@uniroma1.it)
Specifiche economiche: posti: 9 borse: 7
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Curricola:
a) FILOLOGIA GRECA E LATINA
b) STORIA ANTICA
c) FILOLOGIE DEL VICINO E MEDIO ORIENTE

Prova scritta
18/09/2017 ore 09:00 aula XXII Sapienza Università di Roma, Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, P. A. Moro 5, 00185 Roma
description: Written exam (40/60) The written examination will vary according to each curriculum specificity: A) translation and commentary of both a Greek and a Latin text for students who apply to the curriculum of GREEK AND LATIN PHILOLOGY; B) commentary on a historiographicl or documentary source for students who apply to the curriculum of ANCIENT HISTORY; C) an essay on the history of the discipline or on methodology for students who apply to the curriculum of NEAR- AND MIDDLE-EAST PHILOLOGY; The written examination tests will be chosen by lot among three selections for each curriculum. Grades: Knowledge of the subject proposed (points 20) Ability and clarity of the paper (points 20) Knowledge of the secondary literature and of the current research trends (points 20)
 
lingua della prova: ITALIANO
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Prova orale
25/09/2017 ore 09:00 Aula 'L.E.Rossi' Sapienza Università di Roma, Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, P. A. Moro 5, 00185 Roma
description: Oral examination Students who obtained a minimum score of 40/60 in the written test are admitted to the oral exam. This will consist in a discussion of the titles and the research project presented by the candidate (points 0-18). The minimum score of the oral test, evaluated together with the titles, is 40/60.
 
lingua della prova: ITALIANO
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Valutazione titoli
21/09/2017 ore 09:30 aula Rossi Sapienza Università di Roma, Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, P. A. Moro 5, 00185 Roma
description: Scores: MA dissertation (points 0-15) Research project (points 0-20) Publications (points 0-5) Other academic titles (points 0-2) The project and the titles will be evaluated after the written test. Please, not that they do not constitute a precondition for the admission
 
lingua della prova: ITALIANO
Documents: curriculum vitae, tesi di laurea, progetto di ricerca, pubblicazioni, eventuali altri titoli (curriculum vitae, MA degree dissertation, research project, publications, other qualifications)

Referente: ROBERTO NICOLAI MASTROFRANCESCO
Email: roberto.nicolai@uniroma1.it
Sito web: http://www.antichita.uniroma1.it/didattica-0/offerta-formativa/dottorato...
Bacheca:  
note: Students applying from outside Italy should consult the doctoral program coordinator for the relevant curriculum. They also can ask to have their oral exam in English.

The Philology and History of the Ancient World caucus in the Department of Classics runs three doctoral programs:

A.Greek and Latin Philology - coordinator: Gianfranco Agosti

The three-year Greek and Latin Philology program provides specialist training in the techniques of textual and literary criticism. Teaching covers texts in antiquity from the earliest Mycenean tablets to late antique and mediaeval authors, including Jewish texts and translations of the Old Testament.

B. Ancient History - coordinator: Pietro Vannicelli

The three-year Ancient History program instructs students in interdisciplinary approaches to the history, cultures and civilizations of the Greek and Roman worlds. It trains ancient historians in a range of methodologies, helping them to hone philological skills and expertise in the disciplines of ancient history, including epigraphy, archaeology and papyrology.

C. Philology of the Near- and Middle-East - coordinator: Alberto Camplani

The three-year Philology of Near- and Far-East Texts program is designed for students working on texts from Mesopotamia, Anatolia, Iran, Egypt and adjacent areas (the Syrian-Palestinian coast, central Asia) dating to anywhere from the fourth millennium BCE to the Middle Ages. It provides specialized training in philology, epigraphy and linguistic skills.