LATIN PHILOLOGY
cod. 1005162

Academic year 2020/21
2° year of course - First semester
Professor
GIBERTINI Simone
Academic discipline
Lingua e letteratura latina (L-FIL-LET/04)
Field
Filologia, linguistica e letteratura
Type of training activity
Characterising
30 hours
of face-to-face activities
6 credits
hub: PARMA
course unit
in ITALIAN

Learning objectives

The course aims to enable students to get basic knowledgment and under standing in Latin philology and textual criticism by reading Latin authors in their original language and in critical edition, providing at the same time a linguistic and stylistic commentary of the text. They will be able to apply their knowledgment and under standing for a first, self analysis of Latin texts, showing a good competence in translation, in gathering and interpreting data and in informing judgements about social and cultural context. They will be able to communicate clearly basic information and ideas about textual criticism, in order to undertake further studies in classic subjects and also to begin with critical attitude a working activity.

Prerequisites

12 CFU in the subject area of Latin Language and Litterature are required. Pass a second preliminary written exam ("prova scritta latino 2"), if students have already gained 18 credits in the same SDA (latin language and literature, L-FIL-LET/04).

Course unit content

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Full programme

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Teaching methods

frontal lessons and classes

Assessment methods and criteria

The exam consists of an interview covering syllabus topics. Students will show their basic competence in translating the authors proposed during frontal lessons and in reading critical text and critical apparatus of these authors; in giving a basic account of the history of Latin philology. . Students will be assessed on:written and oral proficiency; language property; working out contents; ability to make inter-disciplinary connections; proper use of specialist language; ability to give proper answers to given questions.Students will have to score a minimum of 60 percent or better of the given questions to get a pass grade.

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