Faculty News

Professor Francesco Ruscitti to Present Paper at XXVI European Workshop on General Equilibrium

Dr. Ruscitti’s expertise and research interests are in Microeconomics and Economic Theory. He presents papers at international conferences on a regular basis.

Professor Lila Yawn Interviewed for Documentary on Kentridge’s Frieze

John Cabot University art history professor Lila Yawn was recently interviewed for an Italian documentary on Triumphs and Laments, by renowned South African artist William Kentridge.

Donkey See, Donkey Do and Extravagant Stranger: New Books by Professor Connelly

Born in Essex, south-east England, Professor Connelly has spent much of his adult life being educated in Italy, India, Bangladesh, the USA, Scotland, and China.

Throwing Assumptions out of the Window: Professor Gene Ogle

Professor Gene Ogle's research interests include colonization and transcultural relations in the early modern Atlantic World, slavery, and racism.

Political Ethics in Contemporary Democracies – Professor Federigo Argentieri

Federigo Argentieri is Adjunct Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs.

Socially Minded Entrepreneurship – Professor Silvia Pulino

Silvia Pulino is Assistant Professor of Business Administration and Director of the JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship. She has degrees from Oxford University and Harvard, where she obtained her MBA degree.

Professor Ruscitti to Present Paper at SAET Conference

Professor Ruscitti’s paper Cones and Arbitrage Pricing has been selected for presentation at the SAET Conference on Current Trends in Economics

Professor Argentieri Celebrates 60th Anniversary of Rome Treaties

On the last week of March, Professor Federigo Argentieri participated in a number of events to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaties.

Professor Seth N. Jaffe Publishes Book on Thucydides

Professor Seth N. Jaffe, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at JCU, just published the book Thucydides on the Outbreak of War: Character and Contest with Oxford University Press.

A Break to Think: Philosophy Professor Brunella Antomarini

Brunella Antomarini, is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Philosophy at John Cabot University. She has a pluri-disciplinary formation in contemporary epistemology, aesthetics and philosophy, semiotics, theory of poetry, and anthropology.

Professor Anna Tuck-Scala Interviewed for Web Series on Raphael

JCU Professor Anna Tuck-Scala was recently interviewed for the web series “Sulle tracce di Raffaello" (On the Tracks of Raphael), by Giovanni Muciaccia.

A Socially Engaged Curriculum: Professor Peter Sarram

Peter Sarram is Associate Professor of Communications at John Cabot University. Next year will be his 20th year teaching at JCU.

Professor Stefan Sorgner Publishes Four Essays in Transhumanism Collection

Professor Stefan Sorgner, a member of JCU’s faculty since 2016, is one of the world’s leading leading post- and transhumanist philosophers.

Classics as the Heart of Everything: Professor Thomas Govero

Tom Govero has taught at the high school and college level for over twenty years. He has degrees from St. Louis University and the University of Colorado-Boulder. In addition, he was a Fulbright scholar at the American Academy in Rome. He has taught classics at John Cabot University since 2003.

“Beyond Humanism” Conference: Call for Papers

The 9th Beyond Humanism Conference will take place at John Cabot University in Rome July 19-22, 2017.