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Professor Tiziana Provvidera Publishes Translation of Justus Lipsius

Professor Tiziana Provvidera Publishes Translation of Justus Lipsius

Professor Tiziana Provvidera recently published an Italian translation of the first volume of political works by philologist and humanist Justus Lipsius.

From Art History Major to “Indiana Jones of Art:” Anna Bottinelli’s Story

From Art History Major to “Indiana Jones of Art:” Anna Bottinelli’s Story

I am absolutely loving this job, for it combines my passions for art, research, and analysis. I have become a kind of " art-detective" throughout Italy, an "Indiana Jones of Art."

Habemus Valedictorian: Congratulations to Sofia Barry!

Habemus Valedictorian: Congratulations to Sofia Barry!

John Cabot University's Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs Mary Merva is pleased to announce the Valedictorian for the Class of 2012 - Sofia Barry. Sofia is graduating summa cum laude with a Major in International Affairs and Minors in Economics and History.

JCU Welcomes Elaine Panter of the Protection Project

JCU Welcomes Elaine Panter of the Protection Project

In a public lecture held on March 28, 2012 Ms Elaine Panter, Director of Programs and Planning at The Protection Project, addressed the issue of preventing trafficking in persons and protecting victims in Jordan and Lebanon through public awareness programming engaging religious leaders and civil society.

Professor Antonio Lopez Published in Essay Anthologies

Professor Antonio Lopez Published in Essay Anthologies

John Cabot University Lecturer in Communications Antonio Lopez has recently been published in two essay anthologies dealing with media education and alternatives to the current monetary system respectively.

Unique Internship Opportunities through China California Heart Watch

Unique Internship Opportunities through China California Heart Watch

Dr. Robert Detrano, Director of the China California Health Watch, is offering John Cabot University students a unique opportunity to participate in summer healthcare internships in China.

Book Giornalisti di Regime Praised by Il Corriere della Sera

Book Giornalisti di Regime Praised by Il Corriere della Sera

Pierluigi Allotti, who teaches communications at JCU, recently published Giornalisti di regime. La stampa italiana tra fascismo e antifascismo (Journalists of the Regime. The Italian Press Between Fascism and Antifascism) 1922-1948, Carocci, Rome.

Professor Federigo Argentieri to Speak at Rwanda Genocide Memorial Day

Professor Federigo Argentieri to Speak at Rwanda Genocide Memorial Day

In recognition of the relentless work on information, discussion and research carried on over the past ten years at John Cabot University, our students have been specifically invited, along with Professor Federigo Argentieri, to the 18th annual Rwanda Genocide Memorial Day.

Author Elizabeth Bettina Reveals Untold Stories of the Italian Holocaust

Author Elizabeth Bettina Reveals Untold Stories of the Italian Holocaust

On Tuesday, March 27th, author Elizabeth Bettina captured the attention of the John Cabot University community with her presentation, "It Happened in Italy", based on the experiences of Italian Jews during World War II.

JCU’s MUN Society Hosts Conference on Israel-Palestine Conflict

JCU’s MUN Society Hosts Conference on Israel-Palestine Conflict

On March 30th and 31st, two dozen Italian high school students ascended into John Cabot University to participate in John Cabot University's Model United Nations (JCUMUN) Conference, sponsored by JCU's Model United Nations Society.

Professor Francesco Ruscitti to Speak at Seminar at University of Rome “La Sapienza”

Professor Francesco Ruscitti to Speak at Seminar at University of Rome “La Sapienza”

John Cabot University Assistant Professor of Economics Francesco Ruscitti will today give a talk at University of Rome "La Sapienza" as part of a seminar titled "The Open Graph Theorem for Correspondences: a new proof and Some Applications".

Frohring Library: A Message from Head Librarian Elisabetta Morani

Frohring Library: A Message from Head Librarian Elisabetta Morani

Head Librarian Elisabetta Morani speaks about the growth of JCU's Frohring Library in the years leading up to our 40th anniversary

GEICO Chairman Dr. Ali Reza Arabnia Gives Presidential Lecture

GEICO Chairman Dr. Ali Reza Arabnia Gives Presidential Lecture

Sponsored by the Institute for Entrepreneurship, JCU Alumnus and Trustee Dr. Arabnia gave a Presidential Lecture titled "Building a world-class company"

Film Studies Professor Tijana Mamula Published in “Screen”

Film Studies Professor Tijana Mamula Published in “Screen”

Professor Tijana Mamula has been published in the current issue of Screen, the leading international journal of academic film and television studies. Her essay, titled 'Metaphorically seeing: the place names of Marguerite Duras', explores the "use of sound-image disjunction in Marguerite Duras's India Song (1975) in relation to migration, bilingualism and cinema's metaphoric potential".

JCU Speaker Series Presents “To What Strange Place” by Ian Nagoski

JCU Speaker Series Presents “To What Strange Place” by Ian Nagoski

The 2012 Media and Communication Speaker Series welcomed Ian Nagoski, who talked about his most recent work, "To What Strange Place", depicting the music of the Ottoman-American diaspora in New York City in the 1910-20s.