Summer School Cespec 2017 (X Edizione)

September 12, 2017

September 16, 2017

University of Turin, Via Giuseppe Verdi, Turim, Itália

Event Description

Summer School CeSPeC “Humanitas. The importance of the Humanities in the Contemporary World”

The 10th edition of the CeSpeC’s Summer School focuses on a theme inclusive of all the previous editions, which is the role of Humanities in interpreting and understanding in a critical and reflexive way what happens in the contemporary world.

CeSpeC’s Research Group is absolutely convinced that Humanities have useful resources, strategies and methods to offer a perspective on the present that is deeper than what popular, political and academic opinion seem to often affirm nowadays.

To highlight Humanities’ pedagogical role in building a solid public space where citizens may properly grow, the Summer School 2017 will focus on the following current themes, showing the advantages coming from the humanistic studies in their interpretation and understanding.


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