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Overview

The programme, taught entirely in English, offers an interdisciplinary approach that combines history, political thought, anthropology and geography, and aims to provide the tools and skills required to gain an in-depth understanding of the historical dimension of globalisation processes.

What will you study?

It is organised in such a way as to offer and harmonise interdisciplinary theoretical-methodological skills and knowledge useful for the critical and non-Eurocentric analysis of the relationship between cultural areas and globalisation processes. You will be able to explore the relationships between the global and local dimensions and the historical, political, social and cultural implications of globalisation processes.

Experiences abroad

The programme encourages experiences abroad within the framework of the Erasmus+ and Overseas schemes, with the possibility of obtaining a double degree at Bielefeld University, Germany, as part of the Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology, an internationally recognised research centre and a place of lively scientific debate.

Build your own future. This is what you can do with this degree.

5 reasons to enrol on the degree programme

Join a global network: Learn alongside peers from diverse cultures, building lifelong connections with future leaders and scholars.

World-renowned Faculty: Attend courses taught by Italian and international experts, gaining unparalleled access to diverse perspectives.

Interactive Learning: Engage in dynamic classes, collaborating with professors through innovative teaching methods to deepen your understanding.

Explore globalization's impact: Dive into different eras, understand cultural & economic shifts shaping our world.

Launch your global career: Gain skills & knowledge for diverse roles, tackle global challenges with a critical & broad vision.

THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND CULTURES
THE LECTURE HALL – Aula Prodi
THE SEMINAR ROOM – Aula Specola
THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND CULTURES

THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND CULTURES

THE LECTURE HALL – Aula Prodi

THE LECTURE HALL

Aula Prodi

THE SEMINAR ROOM – Aula Specola

THE SEMINAR ROOM

Aula Specola

THE STUDY HALL

THE LIBRARY

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