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The United Nations and International Democracy: A Talk by Hans Koechler

The United Nations and International Democracy: A Talk by Hans Koechler

John Cabot University welcomed Professor Hans Koechler for his lecture on “The United Nations and International Democracy” on February 14, 2020.

JCU Welcomes Paolo Petrocelli from Rome Opera House

JCU Welcomes Paolo Petrocelli from Rome Opera House

Professor Antonella Salvatore welcomed Paolo Petrocelli to her class, “Made in Italy: the Italian Business Environment.” on February 11, 2020.

The Silence of Others: JCU Screens Documentary on Victims of Franco’s Regime

The Silence of Others: JCU Screens Documentary on Victims of Franco’s Regime

John Cabot University welcomed directors Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar for a screening of their award-winning 2018 documentary The Silence of Others on February 12, 2020.

Faith-Based Organizations and the Prevention of Human Trafficking

Faith-Based Organizations and the Prevention of Human Trafficking

John Cabot University welcomed Father Fabio Baggio for a talk on Faith-Based Organizations and the Prevention of Human Trafficking.

Sex and Robots: JCU Hosts 4th Posthuman Studies Workshop

Sex and Robots: JCU Hosts 4th Posthuman Studies Workshop

John Cabot University hosted a workshop called “Sex in Posthuman Times,” which tackled various topics like sex robots, sexuality, deep porn, and agency, on Saturday, February 1, 2020.

Crack Me Up: A Talk by Arts Journalist Gabriella Coslovich

Crack Me Up: A Talk by Arts Journalist Gabriella Coslovich

"Crack Me Up" is the title of Gabriella Coslovich's latest book. It is an autobiographical collection of short scenes that explores the tensions related to gender expectations in Australian and Italian families.

Must Poets Hang with Murderers? A Conversation with George Elliott Clarke

Must Poets Hang with Murderers? A Conversation with George Elliott Clarke

JCU welcomed George Elliott Clarke for a talk called Must Poets Always “Hang” with Murderers?: A Meditation on Poetics and Justice.

Giorgio de Chirico and Philosophy: JCU Welcomes Professor Riccardo Dottori

Giorgio de Chirico and Philosophy: JCU Welcomes Professor Riccardo Dottori

JCU Department of History and Humanities welcomed Professor Riccardo Dottori who gave a talk on “Giorgio de Chirico and Philosophy.”

Sighting and Finding: 4m2 Gallery Presents Fall Vernissage by Alessandro Vizzini

Sighting and Finding: 4m2 Gallery Presents Fall Vernissage by Alessandro Vizzini

John Cabot University’s 4m2 Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibit by artist Alessandro Vizzini, Sighting and Finding. 

The Witch Craze in Europe: A Talk by Professor Teofilo F. Ruiz

The Witch Craze in Europe: A Talk by Professor Teofilo F. Ruiz

John Cabot University’s Department of History and Humanities welcomed Professor Teofilo F. Ruiz for a talk called The Witch Craze in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe on November 5, 2019.

Hacking the Binary: JCU Welcomes Philosopher Paul B. Preciado

Hacking the Binary: JCU Welcomes Philosopher Paul B. Preciado

The JCU Department of Communications invited Paul B. Preciado to take part in the second edition of the Digital Delights and Disturbances lecture series.

Crazy4Art, A Smart Audio-guide to Experience Italian History & Art

Crazy4Art, A Smart Audio-guide to Experience Italian History & Art

JCU welcomed Irina Voytsekhovska and Raul Ricozzi of Crazy4art, in the context of Professor Antonella Salvatore’s class “Service Marketing.”

Oscar & Walt by Donald S. Olson – World Premiere at John Cabot University

Oscar & Walt by Donald S. Olson – World Premiere at John Cabot University

Cultures clash, words fly, egos flare, and secrets emerge as two of the greatest writers of the 19th century come face-to-face in this dramatic re-creation of the 1882 meeting between Oscar Wilde and Walt Whitman.

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.