Communications News

Professor Antonio Lopez Published in Essay Anthologies

John Cabot University Lecturer in Communications Antonio Lopez has recently been published in two essay anthologies dealing with media education and alternatives to the current monetary system respectively.

2012 JCU Student Award Winners Announced!

John Cabot University held its annual student award ceremony on April 12th, on Guarini Campus's beautiful Secchia Terrace. President Franco Pavoncello and Dean Mary Merva praised this year's group of winners, not just for their impressive academic achievements, but also for the many ways in which they have contributed to the growth of John Cabot University.

Book Giornalisti di Regime Praised by Il Corriere della Sera

Pierluigi Allotti, who teaches communications at JCU, recently published Giornalisti di regime. La stampa italiana tra fascismo e antifascismo (Journalists of the Regime. The Italian Press Between Fascism and Antifascism) 1922-1948, Carocci, Rome.

Why Studying Abroad at John Cabot University is Great for Your Career!

Read International Affairs student Alfonso Pagaza's testimonial of the benefits associated with studying abroad at JCU!

Film Studies Professor Tijana Mamula Published in “Screen”

Professor Tijana Mamula has been published in the current issue of Screen, the leading international journal of academic film and television studies. Her essay, titled 'Metaphorically seeing: the place names of Marguerite Duras', explores the "use of sound-image disjunction in Marguerite Duras's India Song (1975) in relation to migration, bilingualism and cinema's metaphoric potential".

JCU Presents Fall 2011 Cicero Speech Contest Winners

JCU Presents Fall 2011 Cicero Public Speaking Contest Winners

International Conference at JCU on Copyright, Democracy, and Education

International Conference at JCU Discusses Copyright, Democracy, and Education

Justice, Politics, Privacy and the Dignity of Women: an Update on Italy

On Wednesday, April 13th the Aula Magna hosted the final Guarini Institute event of an intense Spring semester. The conference started at 6.30pm, and Professor Argentieri took the podium to introduce the topic and the guest speakers.

Tweeting the Revolution: Causes and Prospects of the North African Upheaval

On Wednesday, March 16th the Aula Magna Regina filled once again to listen to a panel speak about the revolutions in North Africa and the impact of Twitter, Facebook, and other social networking sites.

Digital Media, Democracy, and the Press

On February 9th, 2011, the Aula Magna Regina was flooded with students, professors and guests to listen to a panel on an issue that, since the advent of Wikileaks, has earned the attention of the world. Digital Media has usurped all other means of information transfer in terms of speed and efficiency, but as technology improves the winds of change are beginning to alter the way we receive news.

Guarini Institute for Public Affairs Screening: Il Corpo delle Donne

On February 10, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs screened, Il Corpo delle Donne, a short documentary on the portrayal of women on Italian network television.