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23 Jan. The BBC’s international television and radio debate programme, Global Questions, is recording a discussion in partnership with the Istituto Affari Internazionali at the Aquario Romano on Wednesday 23 January....
16 Jan. John Cabot University (JCU) presents The Revolutionary Role of Data Science: Transforming Lives, from Rome to Harvard, a lecture by Dr Francesca Dominici of Harvard University on Wednesday 16 January. Original...
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28 Nov. Spellbound: Magic, Ritual and Witchcraft with Guest Speaker Prof. Marina Wallace. Marymount Talks: Guest Speaker Prof. Marina Wallace will speak on 'Spellbound: Magic, Ritual and Witchcraft', a very successful e...
James Walston Memorial Lecture at AUR on 3 May 2018. The American University of Rome honours the memory of its late professor, James Walston, with The Rise (and Fall) of Demagogues, a lecture by AUR visiting professor D...
20 Feb. Dutch graphic designer Irma Boom, known as “The Queen of Books,” discusses her collaborations with artists and architects with MAXXI artistic drirector Hou Hanru.All at once a designer, editor and art director, B...
9 Feb. The Dutch School in Rome celebrates its 35th birthday by organising a conference Crescere con più lingue, ecco il futuro! from 17.30-19.30 on Friday 9 February.The school has invited Dutch-Italian linguist and wri...
24 Nov. The British Council presents Women and Leadership in the Creative Industries at Rome's MAXXI Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo on Friday 24 November from 18.30-19.30. Five distinguished leaders assess the...
6 June. The Joel Nafuma Refugee Center (JNRC) presents a talk with David Lubell, the founder and executive director of Welcoming America, a burgeoning immigrant welcoming movement that is expanding quickly across the glo...
19 May. Wanted in Rome editor Mary Wilsey Venturini, a long-standing member of the Rome Committee of the Keats-Shelley Memorial Association, reflects on her recent experience volunteering at a refugee centre in the provi...
3 May. Rome's Caravita community presents Banded in a Great Crusade: The British Clergy and the First World War, a talk by Irish historian Edward Madigan, at 18.30 on Wednesday 3 May. A lecturer in Public History and...
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16 March. Rome International School presents a conference in Italian by archaeologist Paolo Matthiae, the first in the school's lecture series linked to its exhibition Rescuing our past to build our future, on Thursday 1...
19 Nov. The British School at Rome presents a discussion with UK and Italian think tanks ResPublica and Trinità dei Monti, Philip Long (Director, V&A Museum of Design, Dundee) and Giuseppe Minoia (President, GfK Euri...
9 Nov. On Wednesday 9 November, hours after the world will know the result of the US presidential election, the American University of Rome presents The American Election: Winners & Losers, a lecture by Rula Jebreal,...
3 June. From Ulster to Rome: a retrospective on the career of Hugh O’Neill, Earl of Tyrone (1550–1616). Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone, died in the hospital of S. Spirito in Sassia in 1616 after eight years of exile in...
18 May. The Association of British Expats in Italy presents UK EU Referendum, a talk by Christopher Prentice, the British ambassador to Italy, on Wednesday 18 May at 18.00. The talk will be held at a central Rome loca...
28 April. The American University of Rome presents America Votes Like Never Before, a talk by the award-winning journalist, author and foreign policy analyst Ruba Jebreal on Thursday 28 April at 19.00. The 2016 US ele...
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