Fall 2017 Semester

 

The core courses are on offer every semester, subject to slight variations. See Fall 2016 semester course descriptions.

Fall 2017 course descriptions will be published during the autumn term.


History of Venice (Italy core)
Luca Pes,
Venice International University

 

Italian Contemporary History in Films (Italy core)
Luca Pes,
Venice International University

 

Italian for Foreigners - beginner, intermediate, upper-intermediate levels (Italy core)
Massimo Brunzin,
Venice International University

 

Art and Architecture in Renaissance Venice (Italy core)

Barbara Savy / Paola Modesti,

Università degli Studi di Padova / Venice International University

 

Intercultural Communication (Cultures of the World core)
TBD

 

Gender Studies (Cultures of the World core)    
TBD

 

Comparing East and West (Comparative Studies on Religious Liberties) (Cultures of the World core)

Hiroshi Nishihara,

Waseda University

 

Identity, Heritage and Globalization (Anthropology of Art at La Biennale) (Global Challenges core) 

Natalie Göltenboth,

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität

 

Globalization, Ethics, Welfare and Human Rights (Anthropological Perspectives on Borders, Migration and Mobility in the Mediterranean) (Global Challenges core)

Natalie Göltenboth,

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität

 

Global Governance for Peace and Security, Cooperation and Development (Global Challenges core)
Sara De Vido,  
Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia

 

Economics and Management of the Arts (Cultural Heritage Sp. Track)

Bruno Bernardi,

Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia

 

Training in UNESCO World Heritage Studies (Cultural Heritage Sp. Track)

Giorgio Gianighian,

Venice International University

 

The Imaginary City: Why Writers Love Venice           

Kevin Newmark,

Boston College

 

How to Begin Thinking: Some Versions of 20th-Century History, Philosophy, Literature and Theory         

Kevin Newmark,

Boston College

 

The Birth of the Renaissance Self   

Dorit Tanay,

Tel Aviv University

 

Music and Power               

Dorit Tanay,

Tel Aviv University

 

Social Exclusion and Human Rights

Hiroshi Nishihara,

Waseda University

 

Architectural and Urban Heritage. Venice before and after the Collapse of the Republic              

Guido Zucconi/Isabella di Lenardo,

Università Iuav di Venezia

 

Critical Food Studies: Culture(s) and the Global Politics of Food            

Charlie Thompson,

Duke University

 

Social Documentary as Global Phenomenon

Charlie Thompson,

Duke University

 

Shari’a: Legal Thinking in Islamic Culture     

Massimo Papa,

Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”

 

Multilevel Governance in Western Constitutionalism

Andrea Buratti,

Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata


 

 
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