A conversation with Hajia Najatu Mohammed Ignorance, weapons, war, hunger. These are considered keywords when talking about Africa, a continent which needs help. However, this wonderful country can’t be only described by these sad words. Indeed, this is a land full of perspectives, action, energy and courage. All of these characteristics
A conversation with Prof. Stefano Mastandrea “The beauty of art will save us”. Lots of intellectuals and artists had explained this concept in their works, sculptures, and paintings. It is important to underline the relevance of art and the multiplicity of points of view through which we can understand the
A conversation with former Ambassador Murat Salim Esenli Turkey is a nation full of history, nature and culture. As the web never fails to remind us, however, the nation is currently facing a particularly hard time. On October 25th, we – as Global Governance students – had the opportunity to host
How anthropology and the study of rites of passage can explain this globalized modernity and its crisis in dealing with limits according to the anthropologist, professor at Roskilde University and founding editor-in-chief of the academic journal International Political Anthropology Bjørn Thomassen. During the Symposium, when you were discussing the genealogy
In the beautiful setting of Villa Mondragone, during the second interdisciplinary Global Symposium, we had the occasion to interview Mr. Guido Corbò, a former lecturer of General Physics in Rome University “Sapienza” and theoretical physicist working in field theory and high energy physics, particularly known for his contribution in quantum chromodynamics.
The 2nd interdisciplinary Global Governance symposium was held on 11th July 2018 at it’s beautiful Villa Mondragone with professors, guest speaker and students from all years of Global Governance. The symposium focused on boundaries and Resilience. Dr. Leonardo Emberti Gialloreti was a guest speaker at the symposium and we had