Between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries, in the birth of modern European society, the Mediterranean underwent a profound transformation that defined a new framework for political and economic relations, as well as renewed cultural horizons. The study of these processes, in addition to having undeniably intrinsic, provides the key to understanding our world, and in particular the problems that the process of political construction of the European Union faces as the limits of the sovereignty, harmonization of different cultural traditions and finding a common ideological foundation that respects the identities of its components. This master is aimed at training specialists in the analysis and interpretation of this period, and historical understanding of the challenges facing the current Mediterranean.
- Coordination: Carmen Corona Marzol. Department of History, Geography and Art. UJI.
- Coordinating university: U. of Valencia-Estudi General
- Interuniversity with: University of Alicante, Universitat Jaume I and the University of Barcelona
- Number of credits: 60 ECTS credits
- Duration: one academic year (October 2017 / September 2018)
- Modality: Blended (October 2017 / May 2018)
- Language of teaching: Spanish
- Price: pending publication (2016: € 46.20 / credit)
About the School
Universitat Jaume I (UJI) came into being as a higher education and research centre on 27 February 1991 to meet the unanimous social demand in the Castelló area. It was also the fruit of a tradition i ... Read More