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Volo Verticale: a Collection of One-Act Plays by Professor Rosa Filardi

Volo Verticale: a Collection of One-Act Plays by Professor Rosa Filardi

John Cabot University Italian Language and Theater professor Rosa Filardi recently published Volo Verticale (Vertical Flight, Macabor publisher, 2021). The volume includes the monologue "Volo Verticale" and two one-act plays, "Scarti" (Waste) and "Alba Liquida" (Liquid Dawn). Some of her plays, co-authored with Monica Mioli, are collected in the [...]

Art, Passion, and Education: Art History Professor Crispin Corrado

Art, Passion, and Education: Art History Professor Crispin Corrado

Professor Crispin Corrado is a classical archaeologist specializing in Roman art. She has fieldwork experience in Pompeii and has worked as a curator in several museums in the U.S. and Italy. She currently teaches Art History courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Art All Around Us: Meet Art History Professor Cornelia Lauf

Art All Around Us: Meet Art History Professor Cornelia Lauf

Professor Cornelia Lauf, who teaches in the Art History M.A. program, has organized and curated exhibitions throughout the USA and in Europe. She began her career at the Guggenheim Museum, served as Editor-in-Chief of Imschoot, Uitgevers, in Belgium, co-founded Three Star Books in Paris, and has produced numerous books and editions with contemporary artists.

Language is Key: Classics Professor Danica Pušić

Language is Key: Classics Professor Danica Pušić

Born and raised in Novi Sad, Serbia, Classics Professor Danica Pušić teaches Latin and Ancient Greek at JCU. She is a Ph.D. candidate in Linguistics at Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, and she is also the official translator and interpreter at the Rome Criminal Tribunal (Italian – Serbo-Croatian; Serbo-Croatian – Italian). 

Ancient Modernity: Archaeology Professor Jens Koehler

Ancient Modernity: Archaeology Professor Jens Koehler

Originally from Bremen, Germany, Professor Jens Koehler holds a Ph.D. in Archaeology from the University of Munich. Since the early 1990s, he worked as senior researcher for the German Archaeological Institute in Rome. Professor Koehler has been teaching in JCU’s Art History Department since 2003.

Found in Translation: Italian Professor Berenice Cocciolillo

Found in Translation: Italian Professor Berenice Cocciolillo

Berenice Cocciolillo has been living in Rome since 1990 and teaching at JCU since 1992. In addition to teaching Italian and translation, Professor Cocciolillo is JCU’s Director of Web Communications.

Freedom to Think Otherwise: Philosophy Professor Brunella Antomarini

Freedom to Think Otherwise: Philosophy Professor Brunella Antomarini

Brunella Antomarini, is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Philosophy at John Cabot University. She has a pluri-disciplinary formation in contemporary epistemology, aesthetics and philosophy, semiotics, theory of poetry, and anthropology.

Meet Professor Carlos Dews, JCU’s New Dean of Academic Affairs

Meet Professor Carlos Dews, JCU’s New Dean of Academic Affairs

A leading authority on the life and work of American author Carson McCullers, Professor Carlos Dews has recently been appointed Dean of Academic Affairs. 

Classics, the Best of its Kind: Professor Thomas Govero

Classics, the Best of its Kind: Professor Thomas Govero

Classics Professor Thomas Govero has taught at the high school and college level for over twenty years. He has taught classics at John Cabot University since 2003.

All Things Italian: Professor James Schwarten

All Things Italian: Professor James Schwarten

Professor James Schwarten recently contributed an article to Binario 95’s winter issue of Shaker, in which he explained the approach he adopts in discussing the topic of homelessness with students. Professor Schwarten teaches courses in Italian Studies and sociology.

Photography as a Way of Life: Professor Paolo Soriani

Photography as a Way of Life: Professor Paolo Soriani

Professor Paolo Soriani is a professional photographer who focuses on portraits and fashion. He recently received an Honorable Mention in the Annual Photography Awards’ Portrait Series for his work “Take a brush and paint your music.”

Board Diversity and Company Performance: Professor Barbara Sveva Magnanelli

Board Diversity and Company Performance: Professor Barbara Sveva Magnanelli

Professor Barbara Sveva Magnanelli holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and a Ph.D. in Management with a specialization in Accounting from LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome, Italy. Professor Magnanelli teaches Accounting and Management at JCU.   

Art History in the Making: Professor Sarah Linford

Art History in the Making: Professor Sarah Linford

Art historian, curator, and educator specialized in modern and contemporary art, Professor Sarah Linford works closely with emerging and established artists, galleries and museums on both sides of the Atlantic. Dr. Linford holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University and a Research Doctorate from the Université Blaise Pascal in France.

Engage Your Target Audience: Business Communications Professor Michèle Favorite

Engage Your Target Audience: Business Communications Professor Michèle Favorite

Born and raised in Naples, Professor Michèle Favorite attended Brown University in the United States before continuing her studies in the United Kingdom. She holds a Ph.D. in International Relations from the University of Oxford.

What Makes a Good Ad – Business Professor Tetyana Kholod

What Makes a Good Ad – Business Professor Tetyana Kholod

Originally from Vinnytsia, Ukraine, Professor Tetyana Kholod holds an MBA and a Ph.D. in Business Management from the National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan. She is Lecturer in Business and Management at JCU.