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Professor
MARCELLO SCHIRRU (Tit.)
Period
Second Semester 
Teaching style
Convenzionale 
Lingua Insegnamento
ITALIANO 



Informazioni aggiuntive

Course Curriculum CFU Length(h)
[80/71]  ARCHITECTURAL SCIENCE [71/00 - Ord. 2013]  PERCORSO COMUNE 8 100

Objectives

To develop a good competence and awareness on the architectural and aesthetic dynamics of the first and late Modern Age (XVI-XIX century), in relation to socio-cultural developments and the circulation of artistic thought.

Prerequisites

The student must follow the rules established by the regulation of the Degree Course.

Contents

COURSE PROGRAM

1. The sixteenth century.

2. The early nineteenth century.

3. The architecture of the early Modern Age in the Crown of Spain.

4. Revivalism, romantic historicism and the myth of Gothic culture in the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries.

5. The "Manierismo": events of the sixteenth century architecture.

6. The scenography and architecture of the theaters from the fifth to the nineteenth century.

7. The eighteenth-century hedonism and the rocaille culture.

8. Designers and workers of the "Regione dei Laghi".

9. Feudalism in modern society: architecture and the work of art as instruments of propaganda and social affirmation.

10. The Counter-Reformation. Architecture and devotion.

11. The architecture of the new religious Orders. The architecture of the Reformed religious Orders and the Third Religious Order.

12. Military architecture.

13. The architecture of the seventeenth century.

14. Classicist culture.

15. Enlightenment and positivism. Enlightenment and State architecture.

Teaching Methods

The course includes lectures and in-depth seminars.

Verification of learning

The exam consists of an oral test of the contents of the course.

Texts

Manuali di carattere generale
David WATKING, Storia dell’architettura occidentale, Zanichelli, Bologna, 2016.
AA.V.V., Lineamenti di Storia dell’Architettura, Sovera, Roma, 2015.
Nikolaus PEVSNER, Storia dell’architettura europea, Laterza, Bari-Roma, 2006.

Testi di approfondimento
Arnaldo BRUSCHI (ed.), Storia dell’architettura italiana. Il primo Cinquecento, Mondadori Electa, Milano, 2002.
Claudia CONFORTI, Richard TUTTLE, Storia dell’architettura italiana. Il secondo Cinquecento, Mondadori Electa, Milano, 2001.
Aurora SCOTTI TOSINI (ed.), Storia dell’architettura italiana. Il Seicento, Mondadori Electa, Milano, 2003.
Giovanna CURCIO, Elisabeth KIEVEN (eds.), Storia dell’architettura italiana. Il Settecento, Mondadori Electa, Milano, 2010.
Amerigo RESTUCCI (ed.), Storia dell’architettura italiana. L’Ottocento, Mondadori Electa, Milano, 2005.

Per la saggistica, si consiglia il motore di ricerca del portale www.academia.edu.


Testi di approfondimento per la storia dell’architettura sarda
Francesca PULVIRENTI SEGNI, Aldo SARI, Architettura tardo-gotica e di influsso rinascimentale (collana: Storia dell’Arte in Sardegna), Ilisso, Nuoro, 1994.
Salvatore NAITZA, Architettura dal tardo ‘600 al Classicismo purista (collana: Storia dell’Arte in Sardegna), Ilisso, Nuoro, 1992.
Marcello SCHIRRU, Le residenze signorili nella Sardegna moderna (XVI-XVIII secolo). Cagliari. Carlo Delfino Editore, Sassari, 2017.
Gian Giacomo ORTU, Le campagne sarde tra XI e XX secolo, CUEC, Cagliari, 2017.
Marco CADINU, Efisio Luigi Tocco, architetto e archeologo nella Roma del XIX secolo, Lapislocus, Wuppertale, 2016.
Giuseppe PAZZONA, Giuseppe Cominotti (1792-1832), architetto e pittore, Carlo Delfino Editore, Sassari, 2011.

More Information

COURSE FREQUENCY AND EXAM
In compliance with the Manifesto degli Studi, the attendance of the course is mandatory. The final exam is in oral form.

LESSONS
Monday, 16: 00-19: 00, Aula Magna (via Corte d'Appello);
Wednesday, 16: 00-19: 00, CD room (via Marengo)
Thursday, 8:00 am to 10:00 pm, Room A (viale Luigi Merello)

STUDENTS / THESIS RECEPTION
Thursday, from about 10:30, teacher's studies, via Santa Croce, 2nd floor (in front of the Library Department).

Questionnaire and social

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