The book as material object: from the middle ages to the digital age

A.Y. 2020/2021
Course offered to students on the PhD programme in
2
ECTS
12
Overall hours
Lesson period
May 2021
Language
Italian
Lead instructor: Maria Grazia Bartolini
"The book as material object: from the Middle Ages to the Digital Age" focuses on the history of the book, its production, distribution, and reception from medieval manuscripts to e-readers. Throughout the seminar, the book will be defined as a physical object that is shaped by design, format, uses, and marketing. Our readings of individual case studies will consider a broad range of sources from different linguistic traditions, exploring the impact of books and prints on cultural trends as well as the role of cultural trends and social practices in shaping the reading of books and prints.
Undefined
Assessment methods
Giudizio di approvazione
Assessment result
superato/non superato
How to enrol

Deadlines

The course enrolment deadline is usually the 25th day of the month prior to the start date. More specifically:

  • for courses starting in June 2021, until 25 May 2021
  • for courses starting in July 2021, until 25 June 2021
  • for courses starting in September 2021, until 30 August 2021.

How to enrol

  1. Access enrolment on PhD courses online service using your University login details
  2. Select the desired programme and click on Registration (Iscrizione) and then on Register (Iscriviti)

Ignore the option "Exam session date” that appears during the enrolment procedure.

Contact

For help please contact phd@unimi.it

Professor(s)
Andreani Angela
Reception:
Monday 10:30-13:30
Skype: maria.grazia.bartolini
Reception:
Tuesday and Thursday 9.00-10.30 a.m.
Teams or Skype on appointment
Reception:
II semester: Wednesday 15.30-17.30.
Microsoft Teams
Reception:
Due to the emergency situation only on Skype (lau_ro@outlook.it) or Teams (code to be asked) on Thursdays: 3 - 6 p.m. (Chek my ARIEL pages for any temporary changes).
Piazza S. Alessandro, 1, Slavistics department, 2nd floor, office
Reception:
Wednesday 16.00-17.30; Thursday 16.00-17.30. Book by mail. Working students can also agree on other times.
During the Covid emergency, the reception takes place via Microsoft Teams or Skype.