Research News

JCU Prof. Sorgner Participates in “Politics and Aesthetics” Conference

Professor of Philosophy Stefan Lorenz Sorgner will present a paper during Roma Tre University's two-day conference "Politics and Aesthetics" on April 4-6, 2016.

JCU Professor Koehler Presents at Roman Archaeology Conference

Professor Koehler presented his paper "Before the Hammam: Ancient Spas of Roman North Africa."

Exhibition Curated by Professor Mike Watson Opens in Una Vetrina Gallery

"The Centre Being Rome," an exhibition curated by JCU Professor Mike Watson, will run from April 7-12, 2016, in Una Vetrina gallery at Via del Consolato, 12 in Rome.

Professor Sorgner Interviewed On German Public Television ZDFinfo

Professor Sorgner is one one of the world's leading post- and transhumanist philosophers.

American Academy in Rome Exhibit Curated by Professor Gianni

Founded in 1895, the American Academy in Rome is the oldest American overseas center for independent study and advanced research in the arts and humanities.

Professor Driessen Comments on “Super Tuesday” Elections

Prof. Driessen is currently Chair of the Department of Political Science and and International Affairs.

2015 Student Video Contest Award Ceremony Hosted by Italy Reads

Each year, prizes are awarded to the classes that produce the best 3-minute videos inspired by a work of American literature selected as the focus of the annual program.

Privacy Icon Simon Davies Interviewed by Alumna Challis Popkey

Popkey recently interviewed Professor Simon Davies, privacy advocate and founder of Privacy International.

National Competition Authority of Hungary Study by Professor Belenyesi

The National Competition Authority of Hungary (NCA) published a study carried out by JCU Professor Pal Belenyesi comparing the legal and economic approaches to antitrust of digital platforms.

Economics Bulletin Accepts Research by Professor Francesco Ruscitti

Professor Francesco Ruscitti's research paper "Monotone Comparative Statics in General Equilibrium" has been accepted for publication in Economics Bulletin, an international peer-reviewed journal.

Imagining Portus: From Archaeological Data to Computer Graphics

On January 26, 2016, the Rome Society of the Archaeological Institute of America organized a public lecture on Portus, the imperial harbor of Ancient Rome.

Professor Fabrizio Conti Publishes “Witchcraft, Superstition, and Observant Franciscan Preachers”

Fabrizio Conti, a history lecturer at JCU, announces that his monograph Witchcraft, Superstition, and Observant Franciscan Preachers: Pastoral Approach and Intellectual Debate in Renaissance Milan has been published by Brepols Publishers.

Prof. Pejman Abdolmohammadi Publishes Book on Modern Iran

Prof. Abdolmohammadi's newest book investigates the political history of contemporary Iran and the institutional framework of the Islamic Republic.

Bloomberg Terminal Now Available in JCU Frohring Library

Bloomberg Professional, one of the most powerful business research tools, is now available in the Frohring Library for all JCU students, faculty, and staff.

John Cabot University Students Participate in International Essay Conference in Utrecht

On November 27 and 28, John Cabot University students Giuseppe Spatafora and Elizabeth Truffa took part in the first edition of the International Undergraduate Essay Conference, organized by University College Utrecht, in the Netherlands.