Disciplina Discipline ARQ5055
Processos de Transformação no Mediterrâneo Antigo: Roma e suas Províncias

Transformation processes in the ancient Mediterranean: Rome and its provinces

Área de Concentração: 71131

Concentration area: 71131

Criação: 12/06/2019

Creation: 12/06/2019

Ativação: 12/06/2019

Activation: 12/06/2019

Nr. de Créditos: 4

Credits: 4

Carga Horária:

Workload:

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Duração Duration Total Total
4 1 1 10 semanas 10 weeks 60 horas 60 hours

Docente Responsável:

Professor:

Maria Isabel D'Agostino Fleming

Objetivos:

O curso visa discutir a presença romana no Mediterrâneo e os decorrentes processos de transformação cultural e seus correlatos na cultura material. Tais processos serão analisados através de estudos que avaliam as mudanças ocorridas nos seus múltiplos aspectos, tendo em vista a variabilidade dos contextos e das respostas das sociedades submetidas ao poder imperial.

Justificativa:

As visões da historiografia tradicional sobre a presença romana no Mediterrâneo trazem em seu bojo um discurso imperialista que tende a reduzir o fenômeno a uma entidade estática e generalizada. O desenvolvimento e aprofundamento das pesquisas da arqueologia e da história nas áreas provinciais romanas nas últimas décadas introduziram novas formas de interpretação que trouxeram à luz modelos explicativos mais plurais e em compasso com uma realidade dinâmica e muito diversificada. É necessário que tais perspectivas da teoria pós-colonial sobre o imperialismo romano sejam discutidas com os alunos numa visão histórica e crítica que leve em conta os diferentes períodos da produção bibliográfica sobre o mundo romano.

Conteúdo:

1- Imperialismo romano: modelos tradicionais; perspectivas pós-coloniais; 2- Romanização: teorias e perspectiva histórica do conceito; 3- Identidades no mundo romano: debates arqueológicos e sociais; 4- Paisagens e espaços construídos no mundo romano; 5- Urbanismo, Religião, Exército; Cultura Material; Registro Arqueológico

Forma de Avaliação:

Seminários, debates em sala de aula e trabalho final

Observação:

Os alunos deverão ter proficiência em inglês.

Bibliografia:

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