Author Archive

Professor Argentieri Reviews Serhii Plokhii

Political Science Professor Federigo Argentieri published a lengthy review of Harvard historian Serhii Plokhii's recent book The Last Empire - The Final Days of the Soviet Union in "La Lettura," the weekly cultural supplement of Italy's main daily Corriere della Sera.

Professor Sorgner at European Cultural Capital 2016

JCU Philosophy Professor Stefan Sorgner discussed the relevance of utopias for the future of Europe at a European Cultural Capital 2016 event in Wroclaw, Poland.

JCU Expresses Solidarity after Earthquake in Central Italy

The John Cabot University community wishes to express its solidarity and condolences to the families affected by the earthquake that took place in central Italy last night.

Alumnus Renzo Agresta Represents Brazil at Rio 2016

John Cabot University alumnus Renzo Agresta (Class of 2008) represents Brazil in the category of Men's Sabre Individual Fencing at the Rio 2016 Olympics.

Alumnus Giosuè Prezioso Helps Launch English Program at Rome Prison

An interview with Giosuè Prezioso, who earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History from John Cabot University in 2015. After graduation, Giosuè was hired as an intern at the JCU Foreign Language Resource Center.

JCU to Launch Art History MA in Fall 2017

John Cabot University is delighted to announce the inauguration of its new Master of Arts in Art History in the Fall semester of 2017. The degree will be the first US-accredited MA in the history of art based entirely in Rome.

Student Sara Pan Interns at Ferragamo

Read the testimonial of Sara Pan, a Business Administration student who was hired as a Sales Assistant Intern at Salvatore Ferragamo.

Sorgner on Nietzschean Transhumanism

JCU Philosophy Professor Stefan Sorgner was interviewed for German public television, following the speech he gave at the Global Initiative Symposium 2016 in Taiwan.

Prof. Pulino at Roundtable on Innovation

On July 13, 2016, Business Administration Professor and Director of the Institute for Entrepreneurship Silvia Pulino participated in "Una giornata per l'innovazione" ("A Day for Innovation"), a roundtable on innovation organized by Fondazione Ampioraggio.

Professor Paganini’s Article on Populism

On July 15, 2016, Business Administration Professor Pietro Paganini published an article in the Italian daily newspaper La Stampa entitled: "L'incertezza fa crescere i populismi" ("Uncertainty fuels populism").

Prof. Argentieri at ASEEES – MAG Convention

On June 26-28, Professor Federigo Argentieri took part in the Summer Convention jointly organized by U.S.-based ASEEES and MAG, a new organization aimed at promoting scholarly relations among Belarusian, Russian and Ukrainian academics and researchers.

Morale and the Italian Army During the First World War: Professor Vanda Wilcox

John Cabot University professor Vanda Wilcox recently published Morale and the Italian Army during the First World War with Cambridge University Press.

The 2016 U.S. Party Conventions and the Impact of Brexit

On Tuesday, July 7, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs organized a panel discussion on the 2016 U.S. Party Conventions and the Impact of Brexit.

Riccardo Maiolini About Mainstream Open Innovation

On Thursday, July 7, Riccardo Maiolini, Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at JCU, spoke about the Characteristics of Mainstream Open Innovation at an event dedicated to Open Innovation and Cooperation, organized by Confcooperative Emilia Romagna.

Prof. Sorgner Invited to Symposium in Taiwan

Together with other thought leaders, JCU Philosophy Professor Stefan Sorgner was invited to the Global Initiatives Symposium 2016 in Taiwan dedicated to the topic "Redefine the Limitations".