Given the global Covid-19 outbreak, for the academic year 2020-2021 FIDEM has exceptionally decided to provide only a modular, online DEEM program.
Participants can choose between the Modules C (Medieval Latin I-II, Palaeography I-II, Codicology I-II, Textual Editing I-II) and D (Palaeography I-II, Codicology I-II, Textual Editing I-II, Diplomatique I-II)
All the courses will be held online in Italian, English, or French.
Classes will start on January 11, 2021 (Module C) and February 1 (Module D), and end on May 7 (Module C) and 28 (Module D).
The courses will mainly follow last year’s timetable (https://fidemweb.org/project/deem-2019-2020/), except that this academic year there will be offered lectures, exercises and personal reading-courses on extra study materials prepared by the lecturers. Both Modules are included in the Erasmus + project, and are credited 30 ECTS each.
Students coming from universities with an Erasmus + agreement with FIDEM via LUMSA (email@example.com) do not have to pay any enrolment fee.
Non-Erasmus + students should pay an enrolment fee of € 400.
The prerequisite for admission to these programs is a bachelor’s degree in one of the humanities.
At the end of the course a certificate of participation will be issued on request.
This certificate of participation is not equivalent to the Diploma. To receive the Diploma, the full annual program must be completed and a final essay written. The certificate of participation, however, will be accepted as partial fulfilment of the next academic year’s course for the Diploma.
Deadline for applications: December 15, 2020
Application form: https://fidemweb.org/application-form-2020-2021-f-online/
General coordination is by Doctor Massimiliano Lenzi (Sapienza, Università di Roma: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Find out more information here: https://fidemweb.org/