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Direzione II – Ricerca, Terza Missione, Procedure elettorali
Divisione I – Ricerca Nazionale
Ripartizione III – Scuola di Dottorato
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 PhD in CLASSICAL ANTIQUITY AND ITS RECEPTION: ARCHAEOLOGY, PHILOLOGY, HISTORY

SHORT DESCRIPTION

Since its establishment, the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” has always provided high-level education in Classics. Archaeology, Philology, History, have constantly reached the top scores in the national rankings both for the global quality of research of our faculties and students and for the job opportunities provided after the conclusion of the courses. The disciplines taught in the PhD course in Classics and their Tradition. Archaeology, Philology, History cover a wide range of topics related to Greek and Roman civilization, from philology to history, from historiography to archeology, from epigraphy to papyrology etc. Students are encouraged to undertake innovative research projects under the guidance of one or more teachers, and at the same time to develop a comprehensive understanding of ancient world.

A key aspect of our education methods is the organization of monthly seminars in which students are invited to submit the results of their research to the other classmates and to faculty; on such occasions, they can also take advantage of the valuable skill of leading Italian and foreign specialists who collaborate as external or visiting professors. Every year, they can attend at Rome “Tor Vergata” lectures of prominent classical scholars, and during the three-year course they have also the opportunity to spend up to six months in qualified research centers in Italy or abroad.

The international vocation of our courses requires that aspiring students master at least two foreign languages. Furthermore, our didactic offer has always included lectures held by foreign teachers. We also periodically organize in-depth seminars on the special terminology used in the research in Classics. Faculties pay much attention in preparing PhD students to the use of digital databases on the ancient world and in training them to the advanced use of the most common word processors (included those for the preparation of critical editions), presentation programs, etc.

Great importance is given to the illustration of the research systems of other European countries, both by organizing seminars held by Italian teachers who have matured significant periods of research abroad, and by encouraging direct contact with the staff of foreign research institutions.

As regards the dissemination of the scientific results and the intellectual property, students are constantly encouraged to face the world of scientific publications, either directly or through the teachers’ mediation. In particular, they have the opportunity to understand from the inside the editorial life of national and international journals with which the Doctorate has collaborative relationships or are themselves emanations of the Doctorate.

Indicative frequency of PhD meetings: the Faculty board, enlarged to the students, meets at least once a month; in addition, every months there are one or more lectures ore seminars held by Italian or foreign scholars, plus the periodical reports of the PhD students on their researches.

OFFERTA FORMATIVA EROGATA E PREVISTA (EDUCATION&TRAINING PROGRAM): 

KEYWORDS

Classics, Archeology, Philology, History, Greek civilization, Roman civilization

 

INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS

 

 

SCHOOL/DEPARTMENT Arts and Philosophy/Literary Studies, Philosophy and Art History
PHD CODE S09 DURATION 3 years
ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES L-ANT/02, L-ANT/03, L-ANT/05, L-ANT/07, L-ANT/08, L-FIL-LET/02, L-FIL-LET/04, L-FIL-LET/05, L-FIL-LET/07, L-FIL-LET/08, L-LIN/01, M-STO/09
AVAILABLE RESEARCH AREAS Unique
THE PROGRAM IS DEVELOPED IN COLLABORATION WITH THE FOLLOWING INSTITUTIONS  -
WEB SITE http://dott.antichita.uniroma2.it/
PHD COORDINATOR - EMAIL Fabio Stok - Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo.
TOTAL AVAILABLE POSITIONS 6
positions reserved to Public Administration employees (of which) 2
unreserved positions covered by scholarships (of which) 3
unreserved positions not covered by scholarships (of which) 1
SCHOLARSHIPS DETAILS  
TOTAL AVAILABLE SCHOLARSHIPS 3
university scholarships (of which) 3
DEGREES REQUIRED TO APPLY Any degree relevant to the Ancient World
WHAT WILL BE EVALUATED Qualifications indicated below AND Written Exam AND Oral Exam
QUALIFICATIONS DETAILS EVALUABLE QUALIFICATION COMPULSORY/DISCRETIONARY SUBMITTING METHOD
Research Proposal Compulsory TO BE UPLOADED ON DELPHI
Curriculum Vitae Compulsory TO BE UPLOADED ON DELPHI
Master's degree grade AND University exam transcript with marks Compulsory TO BE UPLOADED ON DELPHI
Publications Discretionary TO BE UPLOADED ON DELPHI
Recommendation letters Discretionary TO BE EMAILED TO THE PHD COORDINATOR BEFORE THE DEADLINE
MIN QUALIFICATIONS THRESHOLD -/100 MAX QUALIFICATIONS THRESHOLD 10/100
MIN EXAMS/S THRESHOLD 27/100 MAX EXAM/S THRESHOLD 90/100
MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION Italian LANGUAGE/S REQUIRED FOR THE EXAM/S Italian. See "OTHER REQUIREMENTS"
EXAM/S DATE/S 24th September 2019
OTHER REQUIREMENTS

a) A language skills test will be part of the oral exam for two of the following languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Polish, Russian and Portuguese

b) Candidates must have taken at least two exams in the following academic disciplines: L-ANT/02 (Greek history), L-ANT/03, (Roman History), L-FIL-LET/02 (Greek language and literrature), L-FIL-LET/04 (Latin language and literature)

For further details, please refer to Art. 2 of the Announcement