Studying at the University of Verona

Here you can find information on the organisational aspects of the Programme, lecture timetables, learning activities and useful contact details for your time at the University, from enrolment to graduation.

A.A. 2010/2011

Academic calendar

The academic calendar shows the deadlines and scheduled events that are relevant to students, teaching and technical-administrative staff of the University. Public holidays and University closures are also indicated. The academic year normally begins on 1 October each year and ends on 30 September of the following year.

Academic calendar

Course calendar

The Academic Calendar sets out the degree programme lecture and exam timetables, as well as the relevant university closure dates..

Definition of lesson periods
Period From To
Sem. 1A Oct 4, 2010 Nov 14, 2010
Sem. 1B Nov 15, 2010 Jan 16, 2011
Sem. 2A Feb 21, 2011 Apr 10, 2011
Sem. 2B Apr 11, 2011 Jun 5, 2011
Exam sessions
Session From To
Sessione invernale (A.A. 2009-2010) Jan 17, 2011 Feb 20, 2011
Sessione estiva (esami sospesi dal 5 all'8 luglio) Jun 6, 2011 Jul 31, 2011
Sessione autunnale Sep 1, 2011 Sep 30, 2011
Degree sessions
Session From To
Sessione estiva Jul 5, 2011 Jul 7, 2011
Sessione autunnale Nov 15, 2011 Nov 17, 2011
Sessione invernale Mar 13, 2012 Mar 15, 2012
Holidays
Period From To
All Saints Nov 1, 2010 Nov 1, 2010
National holiday Dec 8, 2010 Dec 8, 2010
Christmas holidays Dec 22, 2010 Jan 6, 2011
Easter holidays Apr 22, 2011 Apr 26, 2011
National holiday Apr 25, 2011 Apr 25, 2011
Festa dei lavoratori May 1, 2011 May 1, 2011
Local holiday May 21, 2011 May 21, 2011
National holiday Jun 2, 2011 Jun 2, 2011
Summer holidays Aug 8, 2011 Aug 15, 2011

Exam calendar

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Exam calendar

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Academic staff

B D G L P R S T

Butturini Emilio

emilio.butturini@univr.it 045 8028727

Di Nicola Paola

paola.dinicola@univr.it +39 045 802 8040

Golinelli Paolo

paolo.golinelli@univr.it 045 802 8765

Livieri Paolo

paolo.livieri@univr.it

Loro Daniele

daniele.loro@univr.it +39 045 802 8041

Piasere Leonardo

leonardo.piasere@univr.it +39 045 802 8619

Romagnani Gian Paolo

gianpaolo.romagnani@univr.it +39 045802 8377

Savardi Ugo

ugo.savardi@univr.it +39 045 802 8065

Sciuto Italo

italo.sciuto@univr.it +39 045802 8159

Severi Rita

rita.severi@univr.it +39 045802 8579

Tuppini Tommaso

tommaso.tuppini@univr.it 045 802 8142

Study Plan

The Study Plan includes all modules, teaching and learning activities that each student will need to undertake during their time at the University. Please select your Study Plan based on your enrolment year.

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Teaching code

4S000568

Teacher

Rita Severi

Coordinatore

Rita Severi

Credits

6

Scientific Disciplinary Sector (SSD)

L-LIN/10 - ENGLISH LITERATURE

Language

Italian

Period

Sem. 1A, Sem. 1B

Learning outcomes

The course will examine both English and American writers who have travelled to Italy and have been inspired by that country. First we will analyze the role played by the great Romantic writers Byron, Shelley and Keats who lived most of their young lives in Italy and produced many of their most successful works while living abroad. For all three we’ll also examine how their fame migrated to America and how their Italian topics and themes surfaced in American poetry. By reading a few chosen works of the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and the novelist, journalist, American consul to Venice, during the Lincoln presidency, William Dean Howells, we will realize how Italian settings and Italian writers (Dante, in particular) influenced both their outlook and their works. We will also see how Anglo- Italian relations evolve throughout the 19th century and will be defined, at the end of the period, by such writers as Vernon Lee and Henry James.

Program

Romantic poets in Italy:

*G. Byron, Parisina (1816), bilingual ed., Rimini, Raffaelli, 2007;
references to Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, Book IV (1818)
P. B. Shelley, Julian and Maddalo(1818)
* Lines Written in the Bay of Lerici (1822)
*J. Keats, After Reading Dante’s Episode of Paolo &Francesca, A Dream; *Letters: Sept. 21, 1819; Nov. 30, 1820 From Rome.

During the Risorgimento:

*Ch. Dickens, Pictures from Italy (1846) Verona and Mantua
*R. Browning; Two in the Campagna (1855); *My Last Duchess (1842), *A Toccata of Galuppi’s (1855)
E. B. Browning; Casa Guidi Windows (1851)

Americans and the fantastic, poetic, political vision of Italy:

*N Hawthorne, The Marble Faun (1860) (a chapter)
*H. Wadsworth Longfellow, trans. The Divine Comedy (1865-67) (and the Dante Circle: Lowell and Norton)
*W. Dean Howells, Italian Journeys (1867) (selection)



The aesthetic imagination:

*O. Wilde, At Verona (1881)
*M. Hewlett, Madonna of the Peach Tree (1899) and
V. Lee, Genius Loci. Notes on Places (1899), bilingual ed., Bologna, Patron, 2007.
*E. Wharton, Italian Backgrounds (1905), (a chapter)
*H. James, Italian Hours (1909) (a chapter)

Required Reading:
All the texts listed are required reading for the course. Except for Byron, Parisina, Rimini, Raffaelli, 2007 and M. Hewlett, Madonna of the Peach Tree/ Madonna del Pesco (and Vernon Lee in Verona), Bologna, Patron 2007(available in bookstores, i.e.QUI-EDIT), all the other texts are available from the WEB, or from the professor during office hours (Wed. 11-1p.m.).

* class reading and discussion

Examination Methods

Written and oral. Students are encouraged to prepare an oral presentation of a chosen topic. Regular attendance is requested. Students who decide to study on their own, will have to take their written tests before the oral one during each exam session.

Type D and Type F activities

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Graduation

Attachments

List of theses and work experience proposals

theses proposals Research area
Tesi - Contatto intergruppi online PSYCHOLOGY - PSYCHOLOGY
Tesi - progetto ULISSE PSYCHOLOGY - PSYCHOLOGY
Tesi - Resilienza in tempo di pandemia PSYCHOLOGY - PSYCHOLOGY
Tesi - Contatto intergruppi online Psychology - Psychology, Applied
Tesi - progetto ULISSE Psychology - Psychology, Applied
Tesi - Resilienza in tempo di pandemia Psychology - Psychology, Applied
Psicoanalisi Psychology - Psychology, Psychoanalysis
Tesi - Contatto intergruppi online Psychology - Psychology, Social
Tesi - progetto ULISSE Psychology - Psychology, Social
Tesi - Resilienza in tempo di pandemia Psychology - Psychology, Social
Stage Research area
Tirocinio - contatto intergruppi online PSYCHOLOGY - PSYCHOLOGY
Tirocinio - progetto ULISSE PSYCHOLOGY - PSYCHOLOGY
Tirocinio - Resilienza in tempo di pandemia PSYCHOLOGY - PSYCHOLOGY
Tirocinio - contatto intergruppi online Psychology - Psychology, Applied
Tirocinio - progetto ULISSE Psychology - Psychology, Applied
Tirocinio - Resilienza in tempo di pandemia Psychology - Psychology, Applied
Tirocinio - contatto intergruppi online Psychology - Psychology, Social
Tirocinio - progetto ULISSE Psychology - Psychology, Social
Tirocinio - Resilienza in tempo di pandemia Psychology - Psychology, Social

Stage e Tirocini

Per le altre attività formative (crediti F) sono previsti 9 cfu (pari a 225 ore) da acquisire solamente attraverso l’attività di tirocinio obbligatoria, a sua volta suddivisa in:
  • tirocinio indiretto (1 cfu: 25 ore di frequenza obbligatoria in università per il 75%) in preparazione dell’attività formativa sul campo;
  • tirocinio diretto (8 cfu), da svolgersi presso enti convenzionati.
L’ordinamento didattico della LM in Scienze pedagogiche prevede che il tirocinio indiretto a frequenza obbligatoria si svolga in università per il 75% nel secondo anno (1 CFU: 25 ore).
Il tirocinio indiretto consiste in un accompagnamento iniziale delle/degli studenti da parte dei tutor attraverso un percorso di formazione della durata di 25 ore.
La finalità di questo percorso è quella di preparare le/gli studenti alla particolare forma di apprendimento costituita dal tirocinio, dotandoli di conoscenze e strumenti adeguati a osservare, comprendere e rielaborare criticamente l’esperienza di tirocinio nei servizi educativi e ad affrontare il tirocinio negli enti con metodo e consapevolezza.
Il percorso, da attuare in gruppi da 20-25 persone sotto la supervisione di un tutor proveniente dal mondo professionale di educatori e pedagogisti, risponde alle esigenze costantemente espresse sia dalle/dagli studenti stessi sia dalle parti sociali che dai referenti degli enti convenzionati.
 

Nuove Linee Guida per il tirocinio di Scienze pedagogiche.

Per altre informazioni in merito alle procedure per svolgere il tirocinio, è possibile contattare l'Ufficio Stage e Tirocini.

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