A Forest in Garbatella! 

Sarra Chadi December 13, 2017

It is hard to imagine a new born forest in the middle of an urban setting, but that is the purpose of the "Tree Day" which took place a few days ago at the park of Garbatella. Many volunteers, mostly residents of the neighborhood, joined forces to plant… More

Picasso in Rome!

Sarra Chadi December 4, 2017

There are several beautiful exhibitions taking place in this autumn-winter season in Rome but the one I really recommend to all our students is Picasso’s exhibit “From Cubism to Classicism” hosted at the Scuderie del Quirinale. This very rich collection… More

Lecture Series - Migration and Human Rights

Sarra Chadi November 24, 2017

Last week, Franca Di Lecce, Professor of the Human Rights course invited Jean Rene Bilongo, Migrant Affairs Officer of FLAI (The Agro-Food Labour Union) to conduct a lecture on human trafficking entitled “Trafficking in Human Beings, Slavery Shadows in… More

Italy in Millennial Mainstream Media

Tina Rocchio June 2, 2017

 Just the other night, I happened upon the Netflix program Master of None, written and acted by Aziz Ansari. Generally, when I see Italy depicted by the English or American media, my first reaction is to shrink and wince, expecting the worst generalizations… More

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