The Sapere a Tutto Campo interdisciplinary courses are opportunities offered to Bocconi students to enrich their cultural backgrounds on topics not related to economics and law.
Previous knowledge of these topics is not required. Students who attend classes will be given a certificate of participation.
Enrollment for Spring Semester Courses: between 16 and 31 January.
Spring Semester a.y.16/17
CONTEMPORARY HISTORY - in Italian
Italy, from the "First" to the "Second Republic"
Giovanni De Luna - Full Professor of Contemporary History and Iconographical and Audiovisual Sources for Historical Research, Università di Torino
DESIGN - in Italian
Designing the future
Francesco Trabucco - Full Professor of Design, Politecnico di Milano
ETHICS - in Italian
"Ethiconomics". Ethical consideration on Economic Behavior
Giovanni Piazza - writer and teacher of History and Philosophy
Genomic Tales. What Genomics is and How it Might Change our Lives
Pier Paolo Di Fiore - Full Professor of Pathology, Università degli Studi di Milano
GEOPOLITICS - in Italian
The Future of the Europe Union
Paolo Magri - Director of ISPI, Istitute for International Policy Studies
BOCCONI - ISPI WINTER SCHOOL AGREEMENT
Courses for A Window on International Politics
Fall Semester a.y. 16/17
ARTS AND LITERATURE - in Italian
The Transgression and Modernity of Futurism
Andrea Kerbaker - writer and Professor of Economics and Management of Cultural Heritage, Università Cattolica di Milano
MUSIC - in Italian
All'Opera! All'Opera! A brief history of Opera
Diego Minoia - Pianist, Composer and Musical Author
ORGANIZED CRIME - in Italian
Global Criminal Organizations
Nando Dalla Chiesa - Full Professor of Sociology of Organized Crime, Università degli Studi di Milano