Courses offered at Roma Tre

 CORE COURSES
(Fall semester)

Black British Friction
Faculty of Political Sciences 8 Ects
English Grammar:
Learning the language
Immigration in London (1948-today)
This module attempts to provide some information on the condition of Caribbean and British-Asian immigrants in the UK and in London in particular, and on related issues such as unemployment, integration and identity. Ever since the arrival of the prime movers from the West Indies and the Indian subcontinent to satisfy the post-Second World War strong demand of cheap labour for the manufacturing industries, integration and identity have been hot issues in the UK.

A historical analysis of immigration shall be carried out, focusing in particular on the steps taken by the post-war British institutions to tackle the problem from the 1962 Commonwealth Immigration Act onwards, and on the social consequences of such political decisions.
Black British Friction
Through an interdisciplinary approach involving a variety of perspectives, the third module deals with issues such as multiculturalism, immigration, integration and identity in contemporary Britain. Considering black British fiction as a privileged historical document, a number of case studies introduced by second-generation black British writers (Kureishi, Hamid, Malkani, Husain) shall be discussed. The reference material includes works of fiction, critical essays, and audiovisual material.

European Business Law
Faculty of Political Sciences 4 Ects
An introduction to the amazing experiment of the European Single Market which enables everyone in the EU – individuals, consumers and businesses – to make the most of the opportunities offered to them by having direct access to 27 countries and 480 million people

The cornerstones of the Single Market are the ‘Four Freedoms’ – the free movement of people, goods, services and capital. These freedoms are enshrined in the European Treaty and form the basis of the single market framework. The course will examine policy and outcomes of each freedom.

The legal concept of citizenship
Faculty of Political Sciences 4 Ects
The course will focus on the legal concept of citizenship as a pre-requisite for the implementation of civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights. The course will offer a comparison between the global approach – i.e. the United nations system – and the regional approach – i.e. the European Union system

The Jews of Rome: Sites and Times of the Oldest Diaspora in the World
Faculty of Political Sciences 4 Ects

ELECTIVE COURSES

Italy and United States. History of a long-standing interaction
Faculty of Political Science 4 Ects
The course will focus on the events that followed World War I and more specifically on the events that occurred during the Cold War and the post Cold War periods. Also, a large part of the course will be devoted to current events.  The course will emphasize the aspects of cross cultural exchange along with the ability of the students to elaborate their own ideas and positions with respect to the different issues that will be treated. Finally, Italian policy will be studied also in the context of the more general European scenario in which it has developed since the end of World War 2

The Roots of Islamic Fundamentalism and Terrorism
Faculty of Political Sciences 8 Ects

European Judicial System
Faculty of Law 7 Ects

EU Law for Non-EU Students
Faculty of Law 4 Ects

EU Copyright Law in the Information Society
Faculty of Law 4 Ects

Human Development Economics
Faculty of Economics 9 Ects
The course will focus on the concept of ’Human Development’ which is a development paradigm that is about much more than the rise or fall of national incomes. It is about creating an environment in which people can develop their full potential and lead productive, creative lives in accord with their needs and interests. People are the real wealth of nations. Development is thus about expanding the choices people have to lead lives that they value. And it is thus about much more than economic growth, which is only a means —if a very important one —of enlarging people’s choices

History of International relations
Faculty of Humanities 6 Ects
The course will debate the evolution of the international system in the modern era and introduce students to basic issues and concepts in the history of international relations. Systems of governance of interstate relations, such as the Concert of Europe, the League of Nations, the Cold War, and the United Nations, will be studied and evaluated in light of the policies that have been followed by the main world powers from the Congress of Vienna to the post Cold era

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