Lecture News

Institute for Entrepreneurship Welcomes Bepi Pezzulli

The Institute for Entrepreneurship welcomed Bepi Pezzulli, leading expert in risk management, for the lecture “Investment Theory: the New Frontier.”

Carlo Boccadoro Presents “The Spider’s Web: Bach’s Influence on Contemporary Music”

The Department of History and Humanities hosted music composer and conductor Carlo Boccadoro for “The Spider's Web: Bach's Influence on Contemporary Music.”

JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship Welcomes Monica Archibugi, CEO of Le Cicogne

On November 15, 2016 the Institute for Entrepreneurship hosted a lecture by Monica Archibugi, CEO and founder of the startup Le Cicogne. The aim of the company is to match demand and supply of babysitting services and to help parents find a trusted babysitter.

Dr. Martin Svatos: Resolution of Business Interests in the 21st Century

On March 7, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs invited Dr. Martin Svatos to lecture on the “Resolution of Business Interests in the 21st Century,” alongside Institute adviser John Fanti.

Immigration, Populist Parties and Schengen: Challenges to the EU

On Monday, February 15th, the Guarini Institute hosted a panel discussion focusing on the European Parliament and the European Union in times of crisis.

Media and Revolts: Egypt, Syria and Ukraine

On June 5, 2014 ISPI (Istituto per gli studi di politica internazionale), as part of a series of encounters focusing on the role and modes of intervention of social media and communicative technologies on a variety of political processes, hosted a round table entitled “Media e Rivolte: Egitto, Siria e Ucraina”

Guarini Institute: Jewish and Ukrainians Writers Compared

Sponsored by the Guarini Institute, Il Messaggio dell’Icona – a Roman bookstore specializing in Eastern European cultural and religious topics - hosted Amelia M. Glaser, professor of Slavic Studies at UC San Diego, to discuss her book Jews and Ukrainians in Russia’s Literary Borderlands, published by Northwestern University Press.

Internationalizing Universities in the United States

In collaboration with the US Mission to the UN, the Guarini Institute hosted Thomas E. Sullivan, the Vice President and Provost of the University of Minnesota, who gave an interesting lecture titled Internationalizing Universities in the United States.

Dr. Esther Brimmer on Promoting Multilateralism

On Monday, June 21st 2010, the Guarini Institute had the honor of hosting Dr. Esther Brimmer, Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations, who outlined the global challenges the world is facing and the how a coordinated effort of all countries may help tackle them.

Vittorio Emanuele Orlando, “President of Victory”

On Wednesday 16th June the Guarini Institute hosted a guest lecture featuring Prof. Spencer M. Di Scala, a pre-eminent professor of University of Massachussets, Boston, and scholar specialized in Italian history.

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs Presents: “Fighting Impunity” with Professor Mauro Politi

Professor Politi drew upon his great experience in the area of international law and international organizations to deliver his lecture at John Cabot University on October 6, 2009 on the rise of international criminal law and the establishment of the International Criminal Court.

Guarini Institute Panel and Film Screening: “The Reporter and the Genocide: Gareth Jones and the Ukrainian Famine of 1932-33”

The Guarini Institute conference hosted by John Cabot University and co-sponsored by Fondazione Liberal focused on different aspects of the Ukrainian Famine of 1932-1933. The morning section opened with a welcoming speech by JCU President Franco Pavoncello, and by the Ukrainian Ambassador to Rome, Mr. Heorhii Chernyavskyi.

Guarini Institute Lecture: “Italy Against Itself” by Alexander Stille

Renowned journalist Alexander Stille explores the institutional and political crisis in which Italy has been trapped in for 15 years.

“The Politics of Climate Change”: a Lecture by Lord Anthony Giddens

Lord Giddens tackles the reasons for the resistance our politicians show towards accepting climate change.

“The Diplomatic Challenges of Conflict Resolution” – Daithi O’Ceallaigh

His Excellency Daithi O'Ceallaigh - recently appointed Ireland's Ambassador to the United Nations at its European headquarters in Geneva - was closely involved in negotiations leading to the Good Friday Agreement of 1998 and, more recently, the moves to see devolved government restored at Stormont.