Mobility & Humanities Project of Excellence

The Department of Historical and Geographical Sciences and the Ancient World (DiSSGeA) at the University of Padova has launched the five-year (2018-2022) Mobility & Humanities project to develop interdisciplinary research about mobilities in past and present societies. Drawing from a rich and unique mix of disciplines, the Centre aims to contribute original work to an emerging area of interest that is increasingly examined by other research hubs worldwide.

5 Department groups (nodes) work on main mobility research subjects, namely People, Objects, Ideas, Texts, Theories and Methods

Teaching

DiSSGeA is designing advanced teaching programmes to support students’ learning and cultural growth as well as PhD candidates and post-docs advanced training in topics related to mobility and the humanities.

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