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Roundtable on Libya with Prof. Diego Pagliarulo

Diego Pagliarulo, Ph.D., professor of History at Temple University Rome since 2019, moderated a roundtable on Libya on February 24, 2021 at 11:30 AM CET. The event featured leading experts from the fields of academia, think tanks and journalism and explored topics such as the conflict in Libya, the geopolitics of the Middle East and North Africa, migrations, and…

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Upcoming Pre-College Events with Temple Rome

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We have some exciting events coming up to allow you to learn more about our programs, and get you ready for Pre-College this summer! Take a look at all of the upcoming events posted below, and make sure to check back often to stay in the loop about how you can join in on the fun! All events are…

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COVID-19: Rethinking Global Society by Prof. Lenzi

Covid-19 virus rendering

Temple Rome Professor Dr. Francesca Lenzi, wrote the following article on Covid-19 and its impact on society, entitled: COVID-19: Rethinking Global Society. About the article: Corona Virus Disease 19 (Covid-19) is an earth-shattering pandemic with implications not only for healthcare and economics, but also for society. Its dramatic spread has interrupted the advancement of global societies, leading to a…

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Creativity in the Classroom: Digital Drawing From Your Smartphone

Digital Drawing of female sculpture head by Julia R.

Professor Roberto Caracciolo‘s Spring 2021 virtual intersession course, Digital Drawing From Your Smartphone, invited students to explore their creative side and expand their technical skills using a tool that they already have at their disposal– their cellphone! Prof. Caracciolo, who also teaches TUR’s Rome Sketchbook course, took advantage of the virtual setting by instructing students to download the free…

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Dean Emilia Zankina featured in book launch of “Women, Policy & Political Leadership – Regional Perspectives”

Book launch: Asian Women Parliamentarian Caucus presents "Women, Policy & Political Leadership - Regional Perspectives." Monday Jan 18th at 3:30 PM Singapore Time.

Temple Rome Dean, Dr. Emilia Zankina, is one of the authors of the collected volume of “Women, Policy & Political Leadership – Regional Perspectives.” The online book launch, organized by Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Political Dialogue Asia, will take place via Facebook on Monday, January 18 at 8:30 AM Rome Time/3:30 PM Singapore Time. The book launch will include the…

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Prof. Rinelli’s “Andante Adagio: Exposed Life and Liminality in Times of Covid-19 in Italy”

Illustration of Earth as a virus

Congratulations to Prof. Lorenzo Rinelli as his contribution for a special issue of the Theory & Event Journal, one of the most prestigious journals of Political Theory in the world, is published, examining the COVID-19 Crisis and the many related issues that this experience has highlighted. All essays are powerful, tragic, insightful, and sadly all too relevant as we…

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Dr. Jan Gadeyne Contributes to Map of the Aurelian Walls

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Professor Jan Gadeyne is one of 6 people who contributed to the making of a map to promote the Aurelian walls and its role in the present city to the citizens of Rome. The map shows the main architectural features of the earliest expansion of the city just outside the walls after Rome became capital in 1870. This map…

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Dr. Jan Gadeyne Participates in a Presentation of Montefortino

Dr. Jan Gadeyne speaks during his "Wall Walk" at Temple Rome

Dr. Jan Gadeyne, Co-Director of the Artena Project, will be moderating a presentation on the newly released book Paesaggi e architetture urbane di Montefortino (oggi Artena): Nascita, distruzione e trasformazione di una città medioevale. The presentation will take place on Saturday, October 10, 2020 at the Museo Civico Archeologico “R. Lambrechts.” Click here to see the day’s schedule.  

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