Faculty News

Winners of Italy Reads 2011 Student Video Contest Announced

Winners of Italy Reads 2011 Student Video Contest Announced!

JCU Welcomes Record Number of Students for Spring 2012

JCU Welcomes Record Number of Students for Spring 2012!

JCU’s Italy Reads Goes to Scampia

JCU's Italy Reads Goes to Scampia

JCU Welcomes USUN Rome Senior Staff for Guest Lecture

JCU Welcomes USUN Rome Senior Staff for Guest Lecture on International Organizations

John Cabot University Drama Club Shines in “Into the Woods”

John Cabot University Drama Club Shines in "Into the Woods"

Professor Moira Egan’s Poems Included in Collection

Professor Moira Egan's poems included in The Book of Forms: A Handbook of Poetics Including Odd and Invented Forms

Professor Argentieri Interviewed on Hungarian Political Situation

Prof. Argentieri Interviewed on Hungarian Political Situation

Professor Eric De Sena Presents Paper at Annual Meeting of AIA

Prof. Eric De Sena Presents Paper at Annual Meeting of Archaeological Institute of America

Professor Silvia Scarpa to Present Research at University of Amsterdam

Prof. Silvia Scarpa to Present Results of Human Trafficking Research at University of Amsterdam

International Conference at JCU on Copyright, Democracy, and Education

International Conference at JCU Discusses Copyright, Democracy, and Education

JCU Professor Alessandro Antonelli Interviewed by Al Jazeera

JCU Professor Alessandro Antonelli Interviewed by Al Jazeera

Dr. Somnath Batabyal Presents “Don’t Cut My Head Off”

JCU Presents "Don't Cut My Head Off": Provocative Video Essay on Global Environmental Politics

John Cabot University Welcomes New and Returning Students

JCU Welcomes New and Returning Students at the Tiber Cafe

The Religion of Liberty in Italy’s Risorgimento

The Italian Risorgimento has been the theme at the core of the work of Maurizio Viroli. Currently a Professor at Princeton University, Viroli has earned a doctorate at the European University and works at the Italian University of Lugano as well.

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.