Faculty of Arts

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Oferta d'activitats aprovades a la Facultat de Lletres

Reconeixement acadèmic als Graus en Lletres

(Les activitats es reconeixen per tots els Graus de Lletres, sense excepció)

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 7 MARCH 2019

  • Introduction to Archaeology. 3 credits.
  • Ferrater Mora II Lessons. 0.5 credits.
  • Geography days III. 1 credit.
  • On wrath and peace. The destruction of the historic and artistic heritage during the Spanish Civil War. 1 credit.
  • Mentoring and welcome for exchange students in the Faculty of Arts. 1 credit.
  • Language tandem and welcome for exchange students in the Faculty of Arts. 1 credit.
  • Josepa Arnall Juan I international seminar on written culture. 1 credit.
  • Participation in activities to promote the Faculty of Arts (support to university debating society and Open Day grantholder). 1 credit per activity.

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 8 OCTOBER 2018:

  • Ferrater Mora Lectures, given by Quentin Skinner. Prof. Chair: Joan Vergés. 1 credit
  • Ferrater Mora Lectures, given by Judith Butler. Prof. Chair: Joan Vergés. 1 credit
  • “Catalonia and Judaism: Shared identities, diverse relationships” day event. Prof. Chair: Joan Vergés. 0.5 credits

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 2 JULY 2018

  • ISSE 2018. International Summer School on the Environment. Oceans and Human Health. Head Prof.: Carolina Martí. Recognised credits: 0.5 cr,
  • “A return to the place” lecture. Head Prof.: Joan Nogué. Recognised credits: 1 cr,
  • Course in Occitan Language and Culture-1. Head Prof.: Pep Nadal. Recognised credits: 2 cr,
  • “Indians and the Nation State in Latin America”. Head Prof.: Núria Sala. Recognised credits: 1 cr,
  • “Mediaeval Iconography” Course. Led by Prof. Carme Pardo. Recognised credits: 1 cr,
  • International Course on Medieval and Modern Archaeology - Ciutadella de Roses. Head Prof.: Josep Burch. Recognised credits: 3.5 cr,
  • Archaeological excavations in Sant Feliu de la Garriga (Viladamat). Head Prof.: Josep Burch. Recognised credits: 1 cr,
  • Archaeological excavations in Torre Desvern (Celrà). Head Prof.: Josep Burch. Recognised credits: 1 cr,

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 22 MARCH 2018

  • Allen Buchanan Seminar, 1-5 October 2018. Joan Vergés, 1 cr.
  • Boaventura de Sousa Santos Seminar, 2-6 July 2018. Joan Vergés, 1 cr.
  • Maria Aurèlia Capmany Symposium. 8 and 9 November. Joan Vergés, 1 cr.
  • Activity: Geography Days. 4,11 & 17 April 2018. Isabel Salamaña, 2 credits.
  • XV International Sefa Arnall Juan Seminar on Written and Visual Culture. 13 & 14 December 2018. M. Elisa Varela-Rodríguez, 1 credit.
  • Introduction to Archaeology. From 30 October 2017 to 26 May 2018. Josep Burch and Julià Maroto, 2.5 credits.
  • Excavations in the Arbeda cave (Serinyà, Pla de l'Estany). 2-27 July 2018. Narcís Soler Masferrer. 1 credit.
  • Dramatised readings on the fathering of Jaume I. Spring 2018. Xavier Renedo. 2 credits.  

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 11 JANUARY 2018

  • Ibero-American summit on philosophy for children. April 2018. Carla Carreras. 1 cr.
  • Introduction to the Philosophy of Asia II: Chinese philosophy. October-November 2017. Joan Vergés. 0.5 cr.
  • Lluís Duch Seminar. November 2017. Joan Vergés. 1 cr.
  • Josep Maria Capdevila Symposium. December 2017. Joan Vergés. 0.5 cr.
  • Lecture series on "The Jewish contribution to the idea of Europe". January-June 2018. Joan Vergés. 0.5 cr.
  • Ancient American art. October 2017. Carme Pardo. 1 cr.
  • II International conferences in Sound Culture Studies. The power of music. October 2017. Carme Pardo. 0.5 cr.
  • USDEGI project in the city of Girona. April/May 2018. Mita Castañer. 1.5 cr.
  • Courses in Occitan language and culture 2nd semester 2018. Josep M. Nadal. 2 cr.

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 22 JUNE 2017

  • International study day on “Catalan perspective on Europe”. November 2017. Anna Maria Corredor, 0.5 cr.
  • Thinking in film: Visions of the Son of Saul. May 2017. Àngel Quintana, 0.5 cr.
  • Rural History Seminar, year 2017/18. R. Congost. 0.5 cr.
  • XVII International Summer School on the Environment. September 2017.     Carolina Martí, 0.5 cr.
  • Ramon Muntaner web map. Summer-Autumn 2017. Xavier Renedo, 3cr.

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 6 APRIL 2017

  • Introduction to Archaeology. J. Burch / J. Maroto (2.5 credits)
  • Archaeological excavations in the Roman villa of Collet. J. Burch (2 credits)
  • Archaeological excavations in the Roman villa of Pla de l'Horta. J. Burch (2 credits)
  • Archaeological excavations in the Iberian village of Sant Julià de Ramis. J. Burch (2 credits)
  • Archaeological excavations in the fort of Torre Desvern (Celrà). J. Burch (2 credits)
  • Cau del Roure cave excavations. J. Maroto. (4 weeks: 3 cr.; 3 weeks: 2 cr.; 2 weeks: 1.5 cr.; 1 week: 1 cr.)
  • XVIII Seminar on economic and social history "Consumption, food and social change". R. Congost (0.5 credits)
  • "Introduction to Asian philosophy(I): the philosophy of India". J. Vergés (0.5 credits)
  • "Communications plans and social media management". R. Girona (1 credit)
  • Philosophy lecture 3/18. C. Carreras (0.5 credits)
  • Geography days: Do you want to find out what research we are doing? I. Salamaña (2 credits)
  • 11th International Seminar on the antecedents and origins of the cinema: Presence and representations of women. À. Quintana (1 credit)
  • VII International Talk on Problems and Methods of Ancient Catalan Literature: "Artistic confluences in Baroque literature. P. Valsalobre (1 credit)
  • Thinking in film: Carol. I. Merino (0.5 credits)

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 25 OCTOBER 2016:

  • Codeclub: Workshops to teach Scratch programming to children aged 10 to 12 years (1 credit)
  • Objectaris. Artistic practices of collective reconstruction (1 credit)
  • International seminar “The eclogue of the king of Naples during the time of Pedro de Toledo” (1 credit)
  • Occitan language and culture I (2 credits)
  • Excavations in the Arbreda and Mollet caves III (4 credits)
  • “Identity from absence: imagined otherness and the construction of a nation” lecture series (0.5 credits)
  • Ferrater Mora lessons (1 credit)
  • USDEGI project in the city of Girona (1.5 credits)
  • Sphaera lucis. Lectures about the Russian icon (1). From Andréi Rubliev to Andréi Tarkovski (0.5 credits)

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 7 JULY 2016:

  1. “Are human? Sorry, we had to ask. Questions about anthropology" (0.5 cr.)
  2. Catalan Sign Language (1.5 cr.)
  3. 13th Mediaeval History Seminar (1 cr.)

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 21 APRIL 2016:

  1. Keys to understanding Japanese classical art (1 cr.)
  2. XIII International ‘Josepa Arnall Juan’ Seminar. Latest trends in the studies of the mediaeval world (1 cr.)
  3. Philosophy Lecture 3/18 (0.5 cr.)
  4. Radiophonic journalism course (3 cr.)
  5. XXVII Seminar on Economic and Social History. Income, wealth and social dynamics. An historical perspective (0.5 cr.)
  6. Seminars on rural history (0.5 cr.)
  7. Inventories of goods as a source for economic and social history (0.25 cr.)
  8. Series of Geography lectures (2 cr.)

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 20 OCTOBER 2015:

  1. Writing classroom (year 2015-2016). (1.5 cr. per module).
  2. Workshop on interpretation and creation of news. 1 credit
  3. Occitan language and culture I. 2 credits
  4. Occitan language and literature II. 2 credits
  5. “The Pyrenees: border and shelter” lecture series”. 0.5 credits
  6. Prehistoric archaeology laboratory practical classes. 1 credit
  7. Radio course. 6 credits.
  8. Rural history seminar. 0.5 credits.
  9. Basic Laboratory Archaeology Course. 2 credits
  10. Archaeological excavations in Torre Desvern. 2 credits
  11. Archaeological excavations in the Roman villa of Pla de l’Horta. 2 credits
  12. Archaeological excavations in Sant Julià de Ramis. 2 credits
  13. Archaeological excavations in the Roman villa of Collet. 2 credits
  14. Excavations in the Arbreda and Mollet caves III. 5 credits
  15. Excavation in Cau de Roure and Pau caves. 4 credits

 

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 28 APRIL 2015:

  1. XII Mediaeval History Seminar (1 credit)
  2. International Congress entitled “Ramon Muntaner (1265-1336): facts, sayings and ‘true truths’”(1 credit)

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 21 APRIL 2015:

  1. IX Seminar on Tourism and Landscape(0.5 cr.)
  2. X Seminar on the antecedents and origins of the cinema. The great war...(1cr.)
  3. XII International ‘Josepa Arnall and Juan’ seminar of written and audiovisual culture. The movements of people in the mediaeval period. (0.5 cr.)
  4. Introduction to Archaeology(3 cr.)
  5. Basics of archaeology(3 cr.)
  6. Introduction to Archaeological Ceramics(1 cr.)
  7. Dancing to the rhythm of being. An introduction to the thinking of Raimon Panikkar(2 cr.)
  8. Dissidence: living, believing and thinking differently (16th-17th centuries)(0.5 cr.)
  9. Archaeological excavations year 14-15. Serinyà, Castle of Cervià, Torre Desvern, Arbreda Cave and Sant Julià de Ramis(0.5cr./20hrs)
  10. Upper secondary school literature: tools for the classroom(1 cr.)
  11. International seminar led by Daniel Dennett(1 cr.)
  12. International seminar led by John Searle(1 cr.)
  13. Seminar Keys to interpreting Andalusian art(1cr.)
  14. Rural history seminars(0.5 cr.)
  15. International Raimon Panikkar symposium(1 cr.)

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 7 OCTOBER 2014:

  1. Volunteering for the "la manduca no caduca" campaign, 2 credits are recognised.
  2. "The experience of sacred places in the Middle Ages: timescales and settings" seminar, 1 credit is recognised.
  3. Mediaeval History seminar, 0.5 credits recognised.
  4. Writing classroom, 6 credits recognised.
  5. Monograph about the radio, 6 credits recognised.
  6. 20th-century art in China's big cities, 1 credit recognised.

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 20 MAY 2014:

  1. Limits and virtues of traditional values (the question of 21st-century values): generosity, tenderness, wisdom, 60 hours, led by Josep M. Terricabras, 2 credits recognised.
  2. Archaeological  excavations in the Arbreda cave (Serinyà). Archaeology and Prehistory Laboratory. Institute of Historical Research. 30 June to 31 July 2014. Hours: 192. Head professor: Julià Maroto, 6 credits recognised.
  3. Archaeological excavations in the Iberian village of Sant Julià de Ramis (Sant Julià de Ramis). Archaeology and Prehistory Laboratory. Institute of Historical Research. 14 to 24 July 2014. Hours: 36. Head professor: Josep Burch, 1 credit recognised
  4. Archaeological excavations in Torre Desvern (Celrà). Archaeology and Prehistory Laboratory. Institute of Historical Research. 1 to 26 September 2014. Hours: 80. Head professor: Josep Burch, 3 credits recognised
  5. Archaeological excavations in Pla de l'Horta (Sarrià). Archaeology and Prehistory Laboratory. Institute of Historical Research. 3 to 7 November 2014 and 7 to 14 April 2015. Hours: 40. Head professor: Josep Burch, 1 credit recognised
  6. Archaeology Laboratory Seminars. Monthly. Hours: 20. Head professors: Josep Burch/Julià Maroto, 0.5 credits recognised.
  7. Rural History Seminars, led by Rosa Congost, 0.5 credits are recognised if all 8 seminars are attended.
  8. Occitan language and culture, led by Pep Nadal, 2 credits recognised.
  9. Learn to create maps, led by Carolina Martí, 2 credits recognised.
  10. XI International ‘Josepa Arnall Juan' Seminar on Written and Visual Culture, led by Elisa Varela, 0.5 credits recognised.
  11. XVI International Summer School on the Environment. Peri-urban agriculture, led by the Institute of the Environment, 1 credit recognised.
  12. Summer Course on “Sport: healthy or risky”?, academic lead Joaquim Maria Puigvert, 1 credit recognised.

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 29 APRIL 2013:

  1. Online course The question of 21st-century values: charity, empathy, compassion, organised by the Ferrater Mora Chair, 45 hours, 1.5 credits recognised.
  2. Z. Bauman seminar, Challenges in the Liquid-Modern Age, 15 hours, 0.5 credits recognised
  3. Summer course Castilian Spanish literature: upper secondary school lectures, 30 hours, 1 credit recognised
  4. The summer course Gluttons, cooks and recipe books – Mediaeval Catalan Cuisine, 50 hours, 1.5 credits recognised.
  5. Summer course Introduction to Buddhism. The doctrine of Buddha and the other Buddhisms, 30 hours, 1 credit recognised.
  6. Summer course The limits and virtues of traditional values, 30 hours, 1 credit recognised.
  7. Course The challenge of managing protected natural spaces in the current context, 10 hours, 0.5 credits recognised.
  8. Biographical approaches to a period of revolutionary expectations (1914-1936), 12 hours, 0.5 credits recognised.
  9. Rural History Seminar, 12 hours, 0.5 credits recognised.
  10. X International Josepa Arnall Seminar on Written Culture, 12 hours, 0.5 credits recognised.  
  11. Archaeology Laboratory Seminar, 12 hours, 0.5 credits recognised.
  12. Prehistory Laboratory Seminar, 12 hours, 0.5 credits recognised.
  13. Mediaeval History Seminar, 16 hours, 0.5 credits recognised.
  14. XXV Economic and Social History Seminar, 18 teaching hours, 0.5 credits recognised.
  15. XXVI Economic and Social History Seminar, 18 teaching hours, 0.5 credits recognised.
  16. Attendance at archaeological excavations earns 0.5 credits for every 20 hours.
  17. Art in danger conference: destruction and protection of art heritage, 20 hours, 1 credit.
  18. Monsters and saints: images of wonderful beings in mediaeval Girona, 20 hours, 1 credit.

Activities incorporated from the Academic Office of the Deputy Chair of Policy:

A Healthy UdG and University Debating League programme

(2 credits for each of these activities).

GOVERNING COMMITTEE OF 20 NOVEMBER 2013:

  1. Autumn talk (Banyoles), 0.5 credits recognised.