Andrea Carteny

Associato
SPS/06 ( Storia delle relazioni internazionali )
Storia Antropologia Religioni Arte Spettacolo
studio 9, Dipartimento SARAS-sezione Storia moderna (III piano, sede centrale)
Telefono 0649913414
Visualizza programmi a.a. 2022-2023  a.a. 2021-2022
Ricevimento

ONLY ON 6TH OCT. OFFICE HOUR IS ONLINE AT 4 PM
Solo per il 6 ottobre il ricevimento si terrà online alle ore 16
Ricevimento / Office hour
Prof. Andrea Carteny
Fino all’inizio delle lezioni, incluso il 28 settembre, il ricevimento del mercoledì si terrà online.
Until the beginning of the courses, including of 28th September, the office hour of Wednesday is online.
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Dal 1 ottobre 2022 / From 1st October 2022: 
Giovedì ore 16,00 / on Thursday, 4 pm
Skype account: andrea carteny
Skype ID live:7b6260f1df1501d4
 
Studio 9, ex Dip.to storia moderna, Fac. di Lettere (sede centrale), terzo piano, corridoio a sinistra in fondo

INIZIO LEZIONI - START DATE - Appelli esame
lun 26 Set 2022 Ven 03 Feb 2023

PROSSIMI APPELLI / NEXT EXAM DATES

Date prossime esami:

a.a. 2021-22: 11 gennaio 2023

a.a. 2022-23: 25 gennaio 2023

 

INIZIO LEZIONI - START DATE

"Fashion Studies"

History Cultures Identities will start on 16th November.

 

Skype videocall
Mer 11 Mar 2020 Sab 30 Set 2023

ONLY FOR THURSDAY 6 OCT. OFFICE HOUR IS ONLY ONLINE AT 4 PM

Solo per il giov. 6 ottobre il ricevimento è online alle ore 16

Skype videocall:
Skype account: andrea carteny
Skype ID

live:7b6260f1df1501d4

 

Italiano

Dal luglio 2021: abilitato Professore di prima fascia
Dal novembre 2019: 
Professore Associato di Storia delle Relazioni Internazionali (SPS/06)

Dal 30° dicembre 2011

Ricercatore confermato universitario di Storia dell’Europa Orientale (M-STO/03)

Attività di ricerca e didattica presso la Facoltà di Filosofia Lettere Scienze Umanistiche e Studi Orientali, Dipartimento di Storia Culture Religioni

Università La Sapienza di Roma

Storia e culture dell’Europa centro-orientale, balcanica e caucasica

 

Dall’aprile 2010

Segretario/Tesoriere del Comitato di Roma – Istituto per la Storia del Risorgimento Italiano

Attività di ricerca, coordinamento, promozione e gestione degli eventi sul Risorgimento per i 150 anni dall’Unificazione italiana
Coordinatore del progetto di ricerca sulle relazioni politiche e culturali italo-ungheresi nel Risorgimento (Sapienza Università di Roma, Università di Debrecen, Accademia d’Ungheria in Roma)

Vittoriano – Istituto per la Storia del Risorgimento Italiano, Comitato di Roma – Presidente: Antonello Biagini

Ricerche, conferenze, pubblicazioni ed eventi sul Risorgimento italiano

 

 

Dal 2006

Componente del Comitato scientifico e editoriale di “RSU – Rivista di Studi Ungheresi”, Centro di Studi Ungheresi - Sapienza Università di Roma

Attività di ricerca scientifica storica e letteraria, coordinamento editoriale

RSU c/o Lingua e letteratura ungherese, Prof. Péter Sárközy, Villa Mirafiori, Sapienza Università di Roma

Studi ungheresi e sull’Europa centro-orientale

 
 

a.a. 2005-2006

Ricercatore vincitore del finanziamento per progetti “Giovani Ricercatori” CNR

Tema: “La Transilvania tra Budapest e Bucarest dalla caduta del comunismo all’adesione all’UE”

Centro Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)

Ricerche specifiche sulle relazioni bilaterali tra Ungheria e Romania e sulle condizioni della minoranza ungherese in Transilvania nel Novecento

 

 

 


Inglese

Since July 2021: Enabled Full Professor
Since Novembre 2019: 
Associate Professor of "History of International Relations" (SPS/06)
 
Since 30st December 2011
Assistant Professor (University researcher confirmed) of History of Eastern Europe at the Sapienza University of Rome Faculty of Letters and Philosophy, Department of History, Cultures and Religions
Director of International Cooperation Center of research CEMAS
 
 
Study and research activity on the themes concerning History of Eastern Europe, nationalisms and national minorities in Europe. Seminar and didactic activity
Dean: Prof. Marta Fattori Department Director: Prof. Mariano Pavanello Cathedra’s Chief: Prof. Antonello Folco Biagini
 
Since February 2010
President of the Rome Committee of the national Institute for the History of Italian Risorgimento
Organization activity in 2011 as the year of 150th by the Unification of Italy Seminar and cultural activity
Activity and research about the Italian Risorgimento history
2005-2008
Researcher of History of South-Eastern Europe and Contract teacher of History and Culture of National Minorities in Europe at Sapienza University of Rome Expert of subject (“Cultore della Materia”) about “History of Eastern Europe” at the Department of Modern and Contemporary History of “La Sapienza” University of Rome
Study and research activity on the themes concerning History of Eastern Europe and National European Minorities, and about Romanian and Albanian socialisms in XX century
Organization activity with the issuing of proceedings of the meetings Seminar and didactic activity
Professor Antonello Biagini, Department of Modern and Contemporary History, Faculty of Humanities at “La Sapienza” University, Piazzale Aldo Moro, 5 – 00185 Rome
Scientific-academic research about the History of Eastern Europe detailed on the following subjects: - Transylvanian question, - Romanian and Hungarian nationalisms in front of Transylvanian regionalism, - National Hungarian questions going towards EU adhesion, - The transition to the Romanian democracy, - Romanian and Albanian regimes in Socialist Era
a.a. 2005-2006
Researcher awarded by National Centre of Research (CNR, “Centro Nazionale delle Ricerche”) with the project: “Transylvania between Budapest and Bucharest: from the fall of Communism to the European adhesion” adhesion, - The transition to the Romanian democracy, - political parties of Romania after 1989
National Centre of Research (CNR, “Centro Nationale delle Ricerche”), P.le Aldo Moro, 1 – Rome
Scientific-academic research and analysis
Since November 2001 to October 2004
Doctor’s degree winner of a scholarship for the research doctorate about “History of Europe. Cultural Roots and International Politics” at “La Sapienza” University of Rome
Expert of subject (“Cultore della Materia”) about “History of Eastern Europe” at the Department of Modern and Contemporary History of “La Sapienza” University of Rome
Study and research activity on the themes concerning Eastern Europe History at the Interuniversitary Center of Studies on Central-Eastern Europe (CISUECO) at “La Sapienza” University of Rome Organization activity with the issuing of proceedings of the meetings
Seminar and didactic activity (school years 2004-2005)
Tutor: Professor Antonello Biagini, Department of Modern and Contemporary History, Faculty of Humanities at “La Sapienza” University, Piazzale Aldo Moro, 5 – 00185 Rome
Scientific-academic research about the History of Eastern Europe detailed on the
following subjects:
- Transylvanian question, - Romanian and Hungarian nationalisms in front of Transylvanian regionalism, - National Hungarian questions going towards EU adhesion, - The transition to the Romanian democracy, - Romanian political parties after 1989
Since March 2003 to January 2009
Executive Director of the Italian-Romanian Institute of Historical Studies and of the
Italian Library at “Babes-Bolyai” University of Cluj-Napoca (Romania)
Teacher of the courses of “Italian History”, Faculty of History and Philosophy at “Babes-Bolyai” University of Cluj-Napoca (school years 2003-2004)
Management and coordination of organization, seminary and research of the Italian-Romanian Institute of Historical Studies
Supervision of librarian activity of the Italian Library
Professor Nicolae Bocsan, Rector of “Babes-Boylai” University of Cluj-Napoca, strada M. Kogalniceanu, nr. 1, 400084, Cluj-Napoca (Romania)
Professor Toader Nicoara, Dean of the Faculty of History and Philosophy at “Babes-Boylai” University of Cluj-Napoca, strada M. Kogalniceanu, nr. 1, 400084, Cluj-Napoca (Romania)
 
 

 

 


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