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JCU Student Giosuè Prezioso and Professor Ilaria Gianni Curate the 2015 Apulia Land Art Festival

JCU Student Giosuè Prezioso and Professor Ilaria Gianni Curate the 2015 Apulia Land Art Festival

Art History student Giosuè Prezioso and JCU Professor Ilaria Gianni have been invited to curate the 2015 Apulia Land Art Festival – and Giosuè was asked to present this year’s program at the 68th edition of the prestigious Cannes International Film Festival in May.

President Pavoncello Publishes Article in “Longitude” Magazine: “The Globalization of Education”

President Pavoncello Publishes Article in “Longitude” Magazine: “The Globalization of Education”

Longitude, an Italian monthly on world affairs, published an article by John Cabot University President Dr. Franco Pavoncello in its July 2015 edition.

JCU Professor Silvia Ammary Publishes New Book: “The Influence of the European Culture on Hemingway’s Fiction”

JCU Professor Silvia Ammary Publishes New Book: “The Influence of the European Culture on Hemingway’s Fiction”

Professor Ammary currently teaches American literature and writing at John Cabot University, where she is also Coordinator of ENLUS (English Language for University Studies).

Professor Michèle Favorite Interviewed on Italian Youth Unemployment

Professor Michèle Favorite Interviewed on Italian Youth Unemployment

Italian youth unemployment: It’s not just about the economic crisis. How universities can help overcome skills mismatch, emphasize soft skills, teach job search tools.

John Cabot University Welcomes Students to Summer Session II

John Cabot University Welcomes Students to Summer Session II

JCU staff and Orientation Leaders are happy to answer questions and provide information about the University and the city of Rome.

JCU Guarini Institute for Public Affairs Debates Crucial EU Issues

JCU Guarini Institute for Public Affairs Debates Crucial EU Issues

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs organized two consecutive panel discussions on pressing issues for the European Union.

JCU Hosts Distinguished Alumni Lecture:  “Eating Your Way to High Performance” by Chantal Di Donato

JCU Hosts Distinguished Alumni Lecture: “Eating Your Way to High Performance” by Chantal Di Donato

A certified health coach, Ms. Di Donato is the author of the "Live Lean Health Plan."

John Cabot University Press Announces Publication of “Extravagance and Three Other Plays” by Dacia Maraini

John Cabot University Press Announces Publication of “Extravagance and Three Other Plays” by Dacia Maraini

A book presentation with Dacia Maraini and James Schwarten is planned for the 2015-2016 academic year.

JCU and Guarini Institute Featured in Two Roman Newspapers

JCU and Guarini Institute Featured in Two Roman Newspapers

The Guarini Institute for Public Affairs offers an annual series of lectures, seminars, and encounters aimed at enhancing knowledge and understanding of the key issues and challenges facing the world today.

JCU Presents Summer School on Human Rights with UNICRI

JCU Presents Summer School on Human Rights with UNICRI

Application Deadline to the Summer School of Human Rights has been extended to June 24.

President Franco Pavoncello Interviewed by Canadian Daily Globe and Mail on Vladimir Putin’s Visit to Italy

President Franco Pavoncello Interviewed by Canadian Daily Globe and Mail on Vladimir Putin’s Visit to Italy

John Cabot University President Franco Pavoncello was interviewed by Canadian daily The Globe and Mail on Russian President Vladimir Putin's recent visit to Italy.

The Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation Hosts Author Matthew Kneale

The Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation Hosts Author Matthew Kneale

On Wednesday, June 3, the JCU Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation was pleased to host author Matthew Kneale for a reading of excerpts from several of his works, including ‘An Atheist’s History of Belief, and ‘English Passengers.’

JCU Department of Communications Welcomes Liberian-Italian Rapper Anna Maria Gehnyei (Karima 2G)

JCU Department of Communications Welcomes Liberian-Italian Rapper Anna Maria Gehnyei (Karima 2G)

Gehnyei explores issues of race, ethnicity, and national identity through her political commentary, lyrics, and videos.

“More than Sbarchi” Documentary Explores African Diaspora in Italy

“More than Sbarchi” Documentary Explores African Diaspora in Italy

On June 4th a rough cut of the documentary "More than Sbarchi: The African Diaspora in Italy" was screened in John Cabot University’s Aula Magna Regina.

Prof. Federigo Argentieri to Present Paper at International Conference in Padua

Prof. Federigo Argentieri to Present Paper at International Conference in Padua

Professor Federigo Argentieri is scheduled to present a paper entitled "Finland 1939, Hungary 1956, Yugoslavia 1991 and Ukraine 2013: A Comparative Assessment of Crucial World Crises" at the international conference on "Post Communism and Identities - East European Perspectives", organized by the prestigious Galilean School of Padua.

What’s Next for the Class of 2015? Meet Nine of our Recent Graduates

What’s Next for the Class of 2015? Meet Nine of our Recent Graduates

Now that the Class of 2015 has graduated, see where nine of them are headed next.