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The Art History Society Presents: ‘Temporal Stabilities’ by Liz Rideal

The Art History Society Presents: ‘Temporal Stabilities’ by Liz Rideal

The event was curated by students Giulia di Fino and Roberta Imperiale, together with other Art History Society members, and with the support of faculty advisor and Head of the Art History department, Professor Inge Hansen.

U.S. Elections 2020: Highest Turnout vs Deepest Divide

U.S. Elections 2020: Highest Turnout vs Deepest Divide

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs, in conjunction with Mercy College, organized an open microphone event where students, faculty, and staff shared their thoughts and ideas about the U.S. Presidential Elections.

The Art of Caring About Others: JCU Welcomes Marianna Occhiuto

The Art of Caring About Others: JCU Welcomes Marianna Occhiuto

On November 6, John Cabot University’s Community Service Program hosted Alumna Marianna Occhiuto (Class of 2012), who talked about her experience in fundraising and how it changed her life.

Italy Reads: Professor Antonio Lopez on Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring

Italy Reads: Professor Antonio Lopez on Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring

On October 14, John Cabot’s Italy Reads program hosted JCU Department Chair and Associate Professor of Communication and Media Studies, Antonio Lopez, who presented 'Silent Spring in 2020: What Rachel Carson Teaches Us About COVID-19 and the Climate Crisis.'

Harris vs Pence: A Debate on America’s Future

Harris vs Pence: A Debate on America’s Future

On October 7, one month before the American presidential elections, the JCU Guarini Institute for Public Affairs hosted the online event “Harris vs Pence: I (vice) presidenti?”

Italian Opera on Film: A Journey Through its Cinematic Representation

Italian Opera on Film: A Journey Through its Cinematic Representation

JCU English Professor David Castronuovo presented “Italian Opera on Film” on the cinematic representation of opera in movies and TV from the 1930s to the 1990s.