Degrees


                                                           



HUMANITIES COMPUTING - MASTER'S DEGREE

2011 – 2015, Università di Pisa


Programme objectives and learning outcomes

The MA program in Digital Humanities prepared students with background knowledge in Humanities and advanced knowledge in the theories, methods, and tools for the digital processing of cultural assets. Within this general framework, students were able to specialize in the following key fields of the digital humanities: – Language technologies – Digital publishing – Knowledge management – Graphics, interactivity and virtual environments.


I chose to focus my studies on Language technologies.


Master’s Thesis 2014 – 2015  Linguistic evaluation of promotional book texts (ITA)









CINEMA, MUSIC & THEATER - BACHELOR'S

2008 – 2011, Univerità di Pisa


Programme objectives and learning outcomes

The main aim of the First Degree Course was to prepare graduate scholars, able to move in the field of Media and Communication, with an exhaustive preparation in the humanities, with historical and critical consciousness as well as updated methodological approaches and skill in the different branches of knowledge. It was possible to choose between two courses: one more focused on Communication, the other more focused on Visual and Performing Arts. Both courses shared common basis of knowledge with a philosophical, psychological, pedagogical, aesthetic and ethical orientation and with classes concerning arts and media, visual and audiovisual languages, theatre and music, also with courses more definitely professionalizing, with a workshop approach.


I chose the course focused on Visual and Performing Arts.


Bachelor’s Thesis 2010 – 2011 Fight Club, the impact of a controversial movie (ITA)









INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION - ERASMUS 

2012 – 2013, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)


Programme objectives and learning outcomes

In addition to a common core programme dealing with general issues related to communication, both from an historical and present-day perspective and a solid knowledge of English, students had to choose one of three specialisations (60 ECTS) enabling them to acquire specific skills in journalism (print, audiovisual and online media), communication within companies and institutions, and research related to such areas.


As an Erasmus student, I chose to attend various courses related to different fields.