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Call for applications Overseas 2022/23 - Deadline: 15 November 2021

If you wish to spend a term or an academic year at one of the University’s many partner institutions located in non EU-countries submit your application online through AlmaRM.

Blended teaching activities also during the first semester of the 2021/22 a.y.

Use the "Presente" service to specify how you prefer to attend classes, in person or online.

Graduation sessions and 24 CFU-credits: deadlines postponed

Last graduation session of a.y. 2019/20 moved to 15 June 2021 while 22 April is the deadline for completing all exams.

from 18 Oct to 22 Oct 2021

Recruiting week online - from 18 to 22 October

One week focused on recruitment opportunities to help students and graduates meet with more than 40 companies whose aim is to showcase their career opportunities and get in touch with young talents.

from 29 Nov to 02 Dec 2021

HISTORICIZING THE NEOLIBERAL TURN: WHEN IDEAS TRANSLATE INTO POLITICS

Roberto Ventresca (University of Padova)

from 08 Feb to 11 Feb 2022

GENDER, MODERNITY AND NATIONAL IDENTITIES

Cecilia Tossounian (Universidad de San Andrés)

from 22 Feb to 25 Feb 2022

FRIENDSHIP, KNOWLEDGE AND VIOLENCE: THE HISTORY OF ORIENTALISM IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE

Chiara Petrolini (Universität Wien)

from 08 Mar to 11 Mar 2022

PREMODERN WORK ETHICS: THE VALUES OF LABOUR, INDUSTRY (AND LEISURE) IN A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE

Gábor Almási (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Neo-Latin Studies)

from 21 Mar to 24 Mar 2022

THE APOCALYPTIC IMAGINATION AND THE MAKING OF THE MODERN WORLD

John J. Martin (Duke University)