Venetian Historical Workshop (2nd ed.)


The "Officina della Storia" (Historical Workshop) addresses those who are interested in historical research inside the city of Venice. The Officina is a sort of journey through some important places preserving documents and witness to significant historical experience: a Museum, churches, Archives, neighborhoods, factories. Each of these places are presented by specialist of the period or topic.

Attendance and Credentials

Attendance
FREE!
Attendance Certificate
FREE!

Category

Arts and Humanities

Training hours

12

Level

Beginner

Course Mode

Tutored

Language

Italiano

Duration

8 weeks

Type

Online

Course Status

Soft Tutoring

Enrollments Start

Sep 22, 2019

Course Opens

Oct 7, 2019

Tutoring Starts

Oct 7, 2019

Tutoring Stops

Oct 28, 2019

Soft Tutoring

Oct 29, 2019

Course Closes

Jan 31, 2020
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
  • distinguish the important stages of Venice’s history; 
  • deal with a conscious approach to documentary sources; 
  • identify the cultural and historic depth of Venice, beyond the touristic perception; 
  • understand the historic significance within unsung and unknown places.
No specific prerequisites.

I. Favaretto, M. De Paoli, M.C. Dossi, Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Venezia, Milano 2004

I. Favaretto; G.L. Ravagnan, Lo Statuario Pubblico della Serenissima. Due secoli di collezionismo di antichità 1596-1797, Cittadella 1997 

L. CALVELLI, Da Altino a Venezia, in M. Tirelli (a cura di), Altino antica. Dai Veneti a Venezia, Venezia, Marsilio, 2011, pp. 184-197.

Daniela Rando, Una chiesa di frontiera. Le istituzioni ecclesiastiche veneziane nei secoli VI-XII, Bologna, Il Mulino, 1994

M. FINCARDI, X. TABET (a cura di), Venise XXe siècle,  « Laboratoire Italien », n. 15, 2014 - http://laboratoireitalien.revues.org/810

Bruno Bertoli, Annalisa Perissa, Chiesa di San Zaccaria. Arte e devozione, Venezia, Marsilio, 1994.

La Pietà a Venezia. Arte, Musica e Cura dell'infanzia fra tradizione e innovazione, Venezia, 2008.

AA.VV., Porto Marghera, le immagini la storia 1900-1985, Torino, Musolini, 1985.

Sergio Barizza, Daniele Resini, a cura di, Portomarghera. Il Novecento industriale a Venezia, Vianello Libri, Treviso 2004;

Carlo Rubini, Marghera, sentieri nel tempo. Tre itinerari in un’altra Venezia, Enel Relazioni Esterne Territoriali, Trekking Italia (fuori commercio) Venezia 2012

The course is divided into 8 Sections that include videolectures, forums and assessment tests.
You can earn Attendance Certificate and Open badge by completing all the included video-lessons and the final tests of each section, answering correctly to minimum 70% of questions.