CLASSICAL LITERATURE

CLASSICAL LITERATURE

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Code
61744
ACADEMIC YEAR
2018/2019
CREDITS
12 credits during the 1st year of 9023 ANCIENT STUDIES: ARCHAEOLOGY, PHILOLOGY AND LITERATURES, HISTORY (LM-2) GENOVA
TEACHING LOCATION
GENOVA (ANCIENT STUDIES: ARCHAEOLOGY, PHILOLOGY AND LITERATURES, HISTORY)
modules
Teaching materials

OVERVIEW

The teaching of Classical Literature is divided into two modules of 6 credits each: a first module of Greek Literature and a second module of Latin Literature . The whole of the two forms constitutes an examination of Classic Literature of 12 credits, but each of the two modules can be supported also individually, constituting a 6-credit exam.

AIMS AND CONTENT

PREREQUISITES

For the Latin Literature module:

A solid knowledge of the Latin language is required, and the passing of a written propedeutic test of  translation from Latin.

TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD

Ricevimento: During the first semester the reception will take place on Tuesday, from 15.00 to 16.00 pm, in the teacher's office.

Ricevimento: Tuesday and Wednesday 3 PM in professor Montanari's office, DAFIST, Hellenic section

Exam Board

GABRIELLA MORETTI (President)

LEONARDO PAGANELLI (President)

MARIELLA TIXI

ENRICA ANNA MARIA SALVANESCHI

MARIA ROSARIA PUGLIARELLO

GUIDO GIOVANNI BORGHI

EXAMS

Exam description

For Latin Literature:

The exam will first examine the student's competences regarding the Latin language, and will focus in particular on the ascertainment of stylistic, rhetorical and interpretative skills through the translation and exegesis of the Latin texts in the program. Part of the evaluation will also be based on possible seminar work exposed by the students during the course.

Assessment methods

For Latin Literature:

Oral exam preceded by an eventual seminar job presented orally and also delivered in writing to the teacher during the course.

The basic threshold will consist of sufficient proficiency in the Latin language, sufficient knowledge of both the work of Martial, with particular regard to the Liber Spectaculorum, as well as of the other texts in the program, and the related literary and historical-cultural issues dealt with during the course.

The threshold of excellence will consist of a solid competence in the Latin language, an excellent knowledge of both the work of Martial, with particular regard to the Liber Spectaculorum, as well as other texts in the program, and the related literary and historical-cultural issues dealt with. during the course.

Exam schedule

Date Time Location Type Notes
11/09/2019 09:30 GENOVA Orale Locali DAFIST, via Balbi 4, piano ammezzato (studio Montanari)
09/09/2019 10:30 GENOVA Orale Prof.ssa Moretti Locali DAFIST, via Balbi 4, 3° piano