The Summer School, titled "Historians and the Mediterranean. Today" will take place in Procida, Naples, Italy, from October 1 to 5 2013, in the Conservatorio delle Orfane, one of the seats of the Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘L’Orientale’, and will involve a series of seminars
and workshops held by internationally-known scholars and historians within various fields, focused
on topics concerning the history of the Mediterranean area.Our Summer School, therefore, intends to offer education and training in the wider possible sense of the term, offering an unique opportunity to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as postgraduate ones, Ph.D. holders, researchers, teachers, professors and everyone interested in studying the history of the Mediterranean area in their manifold and complex perspectives. All those undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students may take part in the Summer School,as well as everyone interested in improving their knowledge of the subject matters.Those young scholars (be they graduates, postgraduates, Ph.D. holders, research fellows and researchers) intending to share their project during the afternoon workshops should also fill modulo B, to be sent to the email@example.com e-mail address within September 1, 2013.Everyone admitted to the School will have to perfect the enrolment procedure by paying 50,00 euros for the teaching material- within September 21 2013. Please refer to firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. Participants to the Summer School will benefit of lodging under agreements in the hotels of the
island.The reflections born of the seminars and the workshops of the School will be published in the Mediterranean Studies’ Handbooks, in Italian Quaderni di Studi Mediterranei (QSM). From this year on, these yearly publications will be the sandbox in which critical paths and methodologies will interact in the history of the Mediterranean.
The Summer School is directed by Professor Luigi Mascilli Migliorini (Università degli Studi di
Scientific Coordinator: Rosa Maria Delli Quadri (Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘L’Orientale’).
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