21210084-1 - URBAN HISTORY -I MODULO

This course is aimed at providing an in-depth knowledge of analytical methodologies for the reconstruction and interpretation of urban characteristics and transformations in the modern and contemporary ages, with a particular emphasis on economic and social factors.

LELO KETI

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Programme

The course will focus on the evolution of cities in Europe from the 18th to the 20th century. Our studies will concentrate principally on economic and social factors, and will be centered in particular on capital cities and their interactions with their wider metropolitan areas.
The monographic section will focus on the long-term transformations of Rome as a capital city and on the structural problems which have influenced its development. Students attending the course will be invited to carry out experimental research both individually and in groups. These activities will constitute a fundamental part of the material submitted for examination.
Students intending to write their dissertation in the field of economic history can arrange an individual program with the professor.


Core Documentation

- C.M. Travaglini, Economia e finanza, in Storia di Roma dall'antichità ad oggi. Vol. IV: Roma moderna, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2002 (pp. 79-115, saggio scaricabile dal sito);
- G. Zucconi, La città dell'Ottocento, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2001 (introduzione e primi 4 capitoli)
- Roma dall’alto, a cura di M.F. Boemi-C.M. Travaglini, Roma, CROMA-Università degli Studi Roma Tre, 2006 (le sezioni indicate dai docenti, scaricabili dal sito)


Reference Bibliography

- C.M. Travaglini, Economia e finanza, in Storia di Roma dall'antichità ad oggi. Vol. IV: Roma moderna, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2002 (pp. 79-115, saggio scaricabile dal sito); - G. Zucconi, La città dell'Ottocento, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2001 (introduzione e primi 4 capitoli) - Roma dall’alto, a cura di M.F. Boemi-C.M. Travaglini, Roma, CROMA-Università degli Studi Roma Tre, 2006 (le sezioni indicate dai docenti, scaricabili dal sito)

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures in the first semester aa 2021-2022

Type of evaluation

Oral exam

LELO KETI

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

The course will focus on the evolution of cities in Europe from the 18th to the 20th century. Our studies will concentrate principally on economic and social factors, and will be centered in particular on capital cities and their interactions with their wider metropolitan areas.
The monographic section will focus on the long-term transformations of Rome as a capital city and on the structural problems which have influenced its development. Students attending the course will be invited to carry out experimental research both individually and in groups. These activities will constitute a fundamental part of the material submitted for examination.
Students intending to write their dissertation in the field of economic history can arrange an individual program with the professor.


Core Documentation

- C.M. Travaglini, Economia e finanza, in Storia di Roma dall'antichità ad oggi. Vol. IV: Roma moderna, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2002 (pp. 79-115, saggio scaricabile dal sito);
- G. Zucconi, La città dell'Ottocento, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2001 (introduzione e primi 4 capitoli)
- Roma dall’alto, a cura di M.F. Boemi-C.M. Travaglini, Roma, CROMA-Università degli Studi Roma Tre, 2006 (le sezioni indicate dai docenti, scaricabili dal sito)


Reference Bibliography

- C.M. Travaglini, Economia e finanza, in Storia di Roma dall'antichità ad oggi. Vol. IV: Roma moderna, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2002 (pp. 79-115, saggio scaricabile dal sito); - G. Zucconi, La città dell'Ottocento, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2001 (introduzione e primi 4 capitoli) - Roma dall’alto, a cura di M.F. Boemi-C.M. Travaglini, Roma, CROMA-Università degli Studi Roma Tre, 2006 (le sezioni indicate dai docenti, scaricabili dal sito)

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures in the first semester aa 2021-2022

Type of evaluation

Oral exam