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DEEM 2016-2017

DEEM 2016-2017 Complete Programmes and Schedules Schedules I. Annual programme: 60 credits (ECTS) Classes start on Monday, October 31th, with Italian I, which is an optional course. The first mandatory course, History of Libraries, starts on November 22nd. The last course, Diplomatique II, ends on May 26th. The courses are usually taught in the afternoon, but sometimes in the morning. Changes in the schedule will be announced well in advance.   Notes The students must participate in all mandatory courses. In view of their evaluation and in order to pass the course, the students have to submit all the assignments requested by the professors. Course Credits – ECTS Professor Dates Italian I (intensive, optional) 0 Sara Saccà Croce Rossa Italiana, Roma (Italy) October 31th – November 11th Italian II (intensive, optional) 0 Rosina Abalsamo Istituzione delle Biblioteche di Roma (Italy) November 14th – 18th History of Libraries 2 Massimo Ceresa Catholic University of America November 22nd – 26th Latin I 2 Mercè Puig Rodrígues-Escalona Universitat de Barcelona (Spain) November 28th – December 2nd Latin II 4 Ana Gómez Rabal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Barcelona (Spain) December 5th – 16th Christmas Holiday December 17th – January 8th Medieval Latin I 2 Barbara Bartocci Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium) January 9th – 13rd Medieval Latin II 4 Wim Verbaal Universiteit Gent (Belgium) January 16th – 27th Palaeography I 4 Marc Smith École Nationale des Chartes, Paris (France) January 30th – February 10th Palaeography II 4 Michela Cecconi Sapienza Università di Roma (Italy) February 13th –  24th Codicology I 4 Adrian Papahagi Universitaea Babeş-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca (Romania) February 27th – March 10th Codicology II (decoration) 4 Marta Pavón Ramírez Centro Español de Estudios Eclesiásticos,...

DEEM 2015-2016

DEEM 2015-2016 Complete Programme and Schedule In 2015-2016 the European Diploma for Medieval Studies (Diplôme européen d’études médiévales // Mediaevalium Studiorum Diploma Europense) takes place at the Istituto S. Tommaso d’Aquino (Pontificia Università San Tommaso d’Aquino), Largo Angelicum, 1 / 00184 Rome. The Diploma is organized by a web of universities with ERASMUS mobility agreements with LUMSA (Libera Università Maria Ss. Assunta), in Rome. The Diploma is coordinated by Professor Giacinta Spinosa (Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale, Italia) (email: *protected email*). The courses are taught in Italian, with English and French used as supporting languages. Outside their commitments in the courses, the students can pursue their own research interests in the numerous libraries and archives in Rome. Schedule I. Courses: 40 credits (ECTS) Classes start on Monday, October 19tth, with Italian I, which is an optional course. The first mandatory course, Introduction to Bibliography and Sources, starts on November 30th. The last course, Editing of Texts II, ends on June 3rd. The courses are usually taught in the afternoon, but sometimes in the morning. Changes in the schedule will be announced well in advance.   Notes The students must participate in all mandatory courses. In view of their evaluation and in order to pass the course, the students have to submit all the assignments requested by the professors. Course Credits – ECTS Dates Prof. email Italian I (intensive, optional) 0 October 19th – 30th Rosina Abalsamo (Roma) *protected email* Italian II (intensive, optional) 0 November 2nd – 6th Giuseppe La Grassa (Jyväskylä) *protected email* Latin I (intensive, optional) 0 November 9th – 13th Mercè Puig (Barcelona) *protected email* Latin...

DEEM 2014-2015

DEEM 2014-2015 Complete Programme and Schedule In 2014-2015 the European Diploma for Medieval Studies (Diplôme européen d’études médiévales // Mediaevalium Studiorum Diploma Europense) takes place at the Istituto S. Tommaso d’Aquino (Pontificia Università San Tommaso d’Aquino), Largo Angelicum, 1 / 00184 Rome. The Diploma is organized by a web of universities with ERASMUS mobility agreements with LUMSA (Libera Università Maria Ss. Assunta), in Rome. The Diploma is coordinated by Professor Giacinta Spinosa (Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale, Italia) (email: *protected email*). The courses are taught in Italian, with English and French used as supporting languages. Outside their commitments in the courses, the students can pursue their own research interests in the numerous libraries and archives in Rome. Schedule I. Courses: 40 credits (ECTS) Classes start on Monday, October 20st, with Italian I, which is an optional course. The first mandatory course, Introduction to Bibliography and Sources, starts on December 1st. The last course, Editing of Texts II, ends on May 29th. The courses are usually taught in the afternoon, but sometimes in the morning. Changes in the schedule will be announced well in advance.   Notes The students must participate in all mandatory courses. In view of their evaluation and in order to pass the course, the students have to submit all the assignments requested by the professors. Easter Holidays March 23rd – April 12th Course Credits – ECTS Dates Prof. email Italian I (intensive, optional) 0 October 20st to 31st Rosina Abalsamo (Roma) *protected email* Italian II (intensive, optional) 0 November 3rd – 7th Giuseppe La Grassa (Jyväskylä) *protected email* Latin I (intensive, optional) 0 November 10st –...

DEEM 2013-2014

DEEM 2013-2014 Complete Programme and Schedule In 2013-2014 the European Diploma for Medieval Studies (Diplôme européen d’études médiévales // Mediaevalium Studiorum Diploma Europense) takes place at the Istituto S. Tommaso d’Aquino (Pontificia Università San Tommaso d’Aquino), Largo Angelicum, 1 / 00184 Rome. The Diploma is organized by a web of universities with ERASMUS mobility agreements with LUMSA, in Roma. The Diploma is coordinated by Professor Giacinta Spinosa (Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale, Italia) (e-mail: *protected email*). Outside their commitments in the courses, the students can pursue their own research interests in the numerous libraries and archives in Rome. Schedule I. Courses: 40 credits (ECTS) The courses are taught in Italian, with English and French used as supporting languages. Classes start on Monday, October 21st, with Italian I, which is an optional course. The first mandatory course, Introduction to Bibliography and Sources, starts on December 2nd. The last course, Editing of Texts II, ends on May 30th. The courses are usually taught in the afternoon, but sometimes in the morning. Changes in the schedule will be announced well in advance. The students must participate in all mandatory courses. In view of their evaluation and in order to pass the course, the students have to submit all the assignments requested by the professors. Course Credits – ECTS Dates Prof. email Italian I (intensive, optional) 0 21st to 25th October Giuseppe La Grassa (Jyväskylä) *protected email* Italian II (intensive, optional) 0 October 28th to November 8th Sara Saccà (Roma) *protected email* Latin I (intensive, optional) 0 November 11st – 15th Mercè Puig (Barcelona) *protected email* Latin II (intensive, optional) 0 November 18th –...

DEEM 2012-2013

DEEM 2012-2013 Complete Programme and Schedule The Diploma is organised by a web of Universities with ERASMUS mobility agreements with LUMSA, in Rome. The Diploma is coordinated by Prof. José Meirinhos (Universidade do Porto, Portugal). In 2011-2012 the Diploma celebrated his 20th anniversary. The courses are taught in Italian, with English and French used as supporting languages. Outside their commitments in the various courses, the students can pursue their own research interests in the numerous libraries and archives in Rome. The students will receive: a Certificate of Participation for the successfully completed courses together with the accumulated UC/ECTS points. a Diploma in case all courses were successfully completed and the final research project approved.   Schedule   I. Courses (40 ECTS) Classes start on Monday, October 15, 3 p.m., with Italian I, which is an optional course. The first mandatory course, Introduction to Bibliography and Sources, starts on December 3. The last course, Editing of Texts II, ends on May 31. The courses are taught in the afternoon, between 3 to 6 p.m. Course ECTS Dates Prof. Italian (intensive, optional) 0 October 15-November 9 Rosina Abalsano (Roma) Latin I (intensive, optional) 0 November 12-16 Mercé Puig (Barcelona) Latin II (intensive, optional) 0 November 19-30 Ana Gómez (Barcelona) Introduction to Bibliography and Sources 4 December 3-14 Massimo Ceresa (Roma) Christmas Holidays   December 15-January 6   Medieval Latin I 4 January 7-18 Wim Verbaal (Gent) Medieval Latin II 2 January 21-25 Pascale Bourgain (Paris) Palaeography I 4 January 28-February 8 Outi Merisalo (Jyväskylä) Diplomatic I 4 February 11-22 Cristina Cunha (Porto) Codicology I 4 February 25-March 8 José Meirinhos (Porto) Codicology II (decoration) 4 March 11-22 Marta Pavon (Roma)...

DEEM 2011-2012

DEEM 2011-2012 Complete Programme and Schedule The Diploma is organised by a web of Universities with ERASMUS mobility agreements with LUMSA, in Rome. The Diploma is coordinated by Prof. José Meirinhos (Universidade do Porto, Portugal). In 2011-2012 the Diploma celebrates his 20th anniversary. The courses are taught in Italian, with English and French used as supporting languages. Outside their commitments in the various courses, the students can pursue their own research interests in the numerous libraries and archives in Rome. The students will receive: a Certificate of Participation for the successfully completed courses together with the accumulated UC/ECTS points. a Diploma in case all courses were successfully completed and the final research project approved. Schedule I. Courses (40 ECTS) Classes start on Monday, October 17, 3 p.m., with Italian I, which is an optional course. The first mandatory course, Introduction to Bibliography and Sources, starts on December 5. The last course, Editing of Texts II, ends on May 25. The courses are taught in the afternoon, between 3-6 p.m. The students must participate in all mandatory courses. In view of their evaluation and in order to pass the course, the students have to submit all the assignments requested by the professors. Course ECTS Dates Prof. Italian (optional) 0 October 17-21 Giuseppe La Grassa (Jyväskylä) Italian (optional) 0 October 24-November 11 Rosina Abalsano (Roma) Latin I (intensive, optional) 0 November 14-18 Mercé Puig (Barcelona) Latin II (intensive, optional) 0 November 21-December 2 Ana Gómez (Barcelona) Introduction to Bibliography and Sources 4 December 5-16 Jakub Kujawinski (Roma) Christmas Holidays   Decembre 17-January 8   Medieval Latin I 4 January 9-20 Wim Verbaal (Gent) Medieval Latin II 2 January 23-27 Gemma Puigvert...