Archive for April, 2012

JCU Student Government Hosts International Student Leadership Conference

JCU Student Government Hosts International Student Leadership Conference

From Thursday April 12th to Sunday April 15th, John Cabot University's Student Government will host the 3rd Annual International Student Leadership Conference (ISLC), bringing together Student Government organizations from American and English-speaking Universities from across the globe.

Proceedings of JCU Conference on Antipope Clement III Now Online

Proceedings of JCU Conference on Antipope Clement III Now Online

The proceedings of the Conference: Framing Clement III, (Anti)Pope, 1080-1100, held at John Cabot University in April, 2011, are now on line in the e-journal Reti medievali rivista.

Professor Federigo Argentieri to Speak at Rwanda Genocide Memorial Day

Professor Federigo Argentieri to Speak at Rwanda Genocide Memorial Day

In recognition of the relentless work on information, discussion and research carried on over the past ten years at John Cabot University, our students have been specifically invited, along with Professor Federigo Argentieri, to the 18th annual Rwanda Genocide Memorial Day.

Creative Writing Institute Welcomes Novelist Nahid Rachlin

Creative Writing Institute Welcomes Novelist Nahid Rachlin

On Wednesday April 4th, John Cabot University had the pleasure of welcoming novelist Nahid Rachlin in the Aula Magna Regina, for an evening of readings from her acclaimed memoir Persian Girls.

John Cabot Chamber Orchestra Spring Concert Delights Crowds

John Cabot Chamber Orchestra Spring Concert Delights Crowds

A magical musical night was held in celebration of the 40th anniversary of John Cabot University on Friday, March 30th. The John Cabot Chamber Orchestra, led by director and violin soloist Lorenzo Colitto, filled the Renaissance halls of the Palazzo della Cancelleria, historically known as one of the centers of musical life in Rome.

Professor Simona Costagli Published Article on Protectionism

Professor Simona Costagli Published Article on Protectionism

John Cabot University Professor of Economics Simona Costagli has been featured on website FirstOnline.info with an article on tariffs and new protectionism; she analyzes how Europe is the most "open" area in the world to foreign trading, while countries such as Argentina, Russia, China and Brazil are still heavily protectionist.

Author Elizabeth Bettina Reveals Untold Stories of the Italian Holocaust

Author Elizabeth Bettina Reveals Untold Stories of the Italian Holocaust

On Tuesday, March 27th, author Elizabeth Bettina captured the attention of the John Cabot University community with her presentation, "It Happened in Italy", based on the experiences of Italian Jews during World War II.

JCU’s MUN Society Hosts Conference on Israel-Palestine Conflict

JCU’s MUN Society Hosts Conference on Israel-Palestine Conflict

On March 30th and 31st, two dozen Italian high school students ascended into John Cabot University to participate in John Cabot University's Model United Nations (JCUMUN) Conference, sponsored by JCU's Model United Nations Society.

JCU Students Explore Roman Traces of Eastern Christianity

JCU Students Explore Roman Traces of Eastern Christianity

On Saturday, March 31st, Professor Federigo Argentieri's PL 355 - East European Politics class, along with other students, went on exploring the main institutions and relics of Eastern Christianity in Rome.