Have you ever heard about Confucius? I guess you have. Do you know why is he famous? Idon’t think so. Who is this person, that somehow is famous all around the world for saying …Yes? What did he actually say? Most often he is known for saying a lot ofRead More →

Frida Kahlo was born in 1907, during the early 20th century global era of political upheaval, bloody revolutionary uprisings and world war. The artist´s native country did not escape such instability, and in 1910 Mexico was plunged into revolution. Kahlo´s childhood progressed therefore, amid a backdrop of armed rebellion againstRead More →

The Italian Interior Minister, Matteo Salvini, recently talked about the necessity of a census of the country’s Romani community. In his vision non Italian Romani would have to be expelled and, as he said “Unfortunately, you have to keep the Italian Romani people in Italy”. National and international reactions cameRead More →

“A  person  is  a  person  through  other  people’  strikes  an  affirmation  of  ones  humanity  through  recognition  of  an  other  in  his  or  her  uniqueness  and  difference.  It  is  a  demand  for  a  creative  intersubjective  formation  in  which  the other͛  becomes  a  mirror  (but  only  a  mirror)  for  my  subjectivity.  This Read More →

Since this is my first Ramadan in Italy, I was surprised to see how many questions people had about the fasting process and the month in general. Therefore, I collected some of the most frequently asked questions and will be answering them. What is Ramadan exactly? Why do you haveRead More →