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Giuseppe Gioachino Belli’s Poetry: A Critical Introduction from Belli’s Sonnets

Giuseppe Gioachino Belli’s Poetry: A Critical Introduction from Belli’s Sonnets

John Cabot University welcomed Professor Pietro Gibellini, Franco Onorati,and Michael Sullivan for an evening dedicated to Giuseppe Gioachino Belli.

Professor Isabella Clough on Anti-Roma Discrimination in Italy

Professor Isabella Clough on Anti-Roma Discrimination in Italy

JCU hosted a lecture by Italian Studies Professor Clough Marinaro dedicated to raising awareness concerning discrimination of the Roma community.

Is Sovereignism a New Form of Fascism?: JCU Welcomes Professor Matthew Levinger

Is Sovereignism a New Form of Fascism?: JCU Welcomes Professor Matthew Levinger

The Guarini Institute hosted a lecture entitled "Is Sovereignism a New Form of Fascism?" on September 24, 2019. Professor Matthew Levinger was the speaker.

John Cabot University Student Media Showcase 2019

John Cabot University Student Media Showcase 2019

JCU’s Department of Communications and Digital Media Lab present the third annual Student Media Showcase, which will take place on October 3, 2019.

Gender Equality in Film: Professor Tasini Invited to Cinema d’Autrice Event

Gender Equality in Film: Professor Tasini Invited to Cinema d’Autrice Event

JCU Professor and filmmaker Erika Tasini was invited to participate in Cinema d’Autrice, a 2 day workshop for female film professionals in Rome from September 18 to 20. Organized by Spin-Off, a cultural association of professors and communication experts, the event promotes the importance of women in film, and discusses the difficulties encountered by female film professionals.

JCU Presents The Sour Fruit: Lord Byron, Love & Sex by Vincenzo Patanè

JCU Presents The Sour Fruit: Lord Byron, Love & Sex by Vincenzo Patanè

John Cabot University hosted a presentation of "The Sour Fruit: Lord Byron, Love & Sex" by Vincenzo Patanè, edited by Professor James R. Schwarten.

Can Robots Feel Pain? JCU Hosts Post-Human Studies Workshop

Can Robots Feel Pain? JCU Hosts Post-Human Studies Workshop

History and Humanities Department Professors Brunella Antomarini and Stefan Lorenz Sorgner, along with Professor Francesco Lapenta from the University of Roskilde (Denmark), organized a day-long discussion called AI: III Post-Human Studies Workshop at John Cabot University on September 21, 2019.

Serious Comedy: Professor Nathan Tarcov on Boccaccio’s Decameron

Serious Comedy: Professor Nathan Tarcov on Boccaccio’s Decameron

JCU hosted an event called Serious comedy: a discussion and performance of three classic tales by Boccaccio, with Professor Nathan Tarcov and the Teatro Rigodon in Rome on September 19, 2019.

Eightball: Professor Elizabeth Geoghegan Presents Her Latest Book

Eightball: Professor Elizabeth Geoghegan Presents Her Latest Book

The Department of English Language and Literature and the Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation welcomed Professor Elizabeth Geoghegan, who presented her latest book, Eightball.

Original Sins: JCU Hosts Book Presentation by Andrew Spannaus

Original Sins: JCU Hosts Book Presentation by Andrew Spannaus

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs hosted the presentation of Andrew Spannaus’ book Original Sins – Globalization, Populism and the Six Contradictions Facing the European Union on September 10, 2019.

Teacher Training Workshop: JCU Italy Reads Welcomes High School Teachers

Teacher Training Workshop: JCU Italy Reads Welcomes High School Teachers

On Saturday, September 7, 2019, John Cabot University’s Italy Reads program welcomed 70 of the nearly 200 teachers from the 65 participating high schools to the Teacher Training Workshop.

The Last Judgement Workshop: JCU Welcomes Nicola Sapio of Artainment

The Last Judgement Workshop: JCU Welcomes Nicola Sapio of Artainment

The JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship and the Center for Career Services invited Nicola Sapio, Communication & Marketing Director of Artainment Worldwide Shows, to be the guest speaker at “The Last Judgement Workshop - The Sistine Chapel Immersive Show”. The workshop focused on the creation process, the technological innovation, the marketing strategy and the creative effort of Giudizio Universale - The Sistine Chapel Immersive Show.

The Mueller Report and the 2020 U.S. Presidential Race: an Event by the Guarini Institute

The Mueller Report and the 2020 U.S. Presidential Race: an Event by the Guarini Institute

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs presented an event entitled “The Mueller Report and the 2020 Presidential Race” at John Cabot University on July 17, 2019. The speakers were Hans Noel, Andrew Spannaus, and Anna Zafesova. The event was moderated by Eduardo Albrecht, an alumnus of John Cabot University, now professor at Mercy College in New York City and part of the Guarini Institute advisory council.

From JCU to the World: Six Alumni Tell Their Story

From JCU to the World: Six Alumni Tell Their Story

John Cabot University invited six alumni to a panel discussion organized for the JCU Open Day on July 15, 2019. The alumni talked briefly about their experience at JCU and how it prepared them for graduate studies and the job market, and they concluded by sharing advice with prospective students.

Gamification Design: JCU Hosts Short Course

Gamification Design: JCU Hosts Short Course

The Center for Professional and Continuing Education at John Cabot University hosted the short course “Gamification Design” with Francesco Lutrario, Innovation and Technology Researcher and Founder of La Sapienza Gamification Lab, on July 3, 2019. Gamification Lab is the University of Rome’s laboratory dedicated to research and teaching in the fields of human-computer Interaction, gamification, and digital simulation. The event featured professionals from various industries and members of the JCU community including students, alumni, staff and professors.