Political and religious institutions, cities and environment, mobility and communication in (Early) Modern Europe (curriculum Studi Storici)
Co-funded by Fondazione Bruno Kessler (Istituto Storico Italo Germanico)
This doctoral fellowship, co-funded by the Italian-German Historical Institute of the Bruno Kessler Foundation of Trento, is open to graduates in historical-archival and philological-literary disciplines and is aimed at the study of the following topics, with particular emphasis on the chronological span of the pre-modern era (from the 15th to the 19th centuries): the history of political and religious power; the history of communication and the media; the history of institutions; environmental history; urban history and the history of mobility.
Preference will be given to research projects and candidates that address the above topics from the perspective of European comparative history.
- Supervisor: Massimo Rospocher
Music and Poetry (curriculum Scienze dei Beni Culturali)
Funded by the projet "ERC AG LAUDARE ZIMEI"
This doctoral scholarship is open to graduates in philological-literary disciplines with musical competences and graduates in musicological disciplines with literary competences. It aims to investigate the old, functional connection between music and poetry in the context of the lauda tradition. The Italian lauda tradition is considered the most suitable of the manuscripts ones to reflect the conditions of use, transmission modalities, and social impact of sung verse in historical reality. The research, which will be based on an interdisciplinary approach, will focus on repertoire analysis, the interference between orality and writing, performance aspects, and other related themes.
- Supervisor: Francesco Zimei