Dr. Vicky Kynourgiopoulou
Dr. Kynourgiopoulou is a book reviewer for several publications on architecture, design and cultural heritage studies. Her archaeological field work concentrates in North Africa and the Middle East where she specializes in sustainable tourism development in underdeveloped countries.
Dale Mittleman, Villanova student, Arcadia in Rome - Fall 2016 Contexts are important, not only because they embed specific phenomena in more general historical, urban, political, artistic or economic circumstances, but mostly because they themselves… More
We must approach everything in farming with the conviction that in order for the whole thing to work, we need to understand the relationship between our physical bodies, the environment and nature” - Steiner 1924/1993 If we look back at history, we… More
By Sabrina Verleysen, Villanova Student, Arcadia in Rome - Fall 2016 I am a Junior Communication and Spanish double major from Villanova University. As an intern at the United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development in Rome, I have the… More
Academic Excursion of International Finance course By Prof. LUIGI TOCCHETTI Campania is the "shin" of Italy's boot, anchored by its capital, Naples. Its name comes from Campania Felix, a Latin phrase roughly meaning "happy land". The region has strong… More
Fundamental Rights and Cultural Diversity in Rome By Professors Stefania Gialdroni and Vicky Kynourgiopoulou Once upon a time, the Eurostar Roma Congress Hotel was an elegant, business-oriented hotel in the neighborhood of Tor Sapienza, in the eastern… More