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This interview was first published in Italian in Federmanager's magazine and was written by Dina Galano. You can view the original here.
Professor Gaia Cottino, instructor of the course "Cultural and Social Dimensions of Food and Eating" will guest edit, together with Dr.
In recent years cultural sites and heritage locations have become targets for political opponents, extremists, terrorists, opportunists and criminals, people who want to exploit them in order to make a symbolic statement or simply to make money.
Anjum Malik graduated from the MA in Sustainable Cultural Heritage program in 2018.
After a stumbling start, the country has gone from being a global pariah to a model — however imperfect — of viral containment that holds lessons for its neighbors and for the United States.
Robert J. Krapf
Dr. Richard Hodges, OBE retires from his role as President today, 30 June, 2020, after 8 years leading The American University of Rome (AUR).
The so-called “Arab Spring” of 2011 have too often been analyzed by commentators and journalists as unexpected outbursts of violence or as the result of power games between western states.
I write this due to the extraordinary circumstances convulsing American cities and their neighborhoods, and ask that we continue to share in a hope for a better future
Lexi Mestas (MA Food Studies, 2018) has informed us about the official launch of the e-cookbook titled “SHELF: Stable & Staples” to benefit the World Central Kitchen (WCK).