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In 40 years from now what we define as the ‘migration crisis’ in Europe will be reported in history books as the migrants genocide. The migrants genocide of the early XXI century unveils the banality of democracy and its supposed norms, principles, values and institutions.

On the 11 February 2019, Professor Ahmet Sözen from Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) hosted a guest lecture entitled 'The Cyprus Conflict: The Role of Third Parties'. 

Congratulations to Professor Gaia Cottino, whose project "Mountains as Laboratories of Coexistence. Migrations and Food cultures in the Maritime Alps" (Montagne laboratorio di Convivenza.

In this book, published by Routledge, Coretti (who co-authored the chapter with Daniele Pica) argues that the commercially-driven design of Facebook promotes ‘cycles of depression’ in those movements that adopt social media as means for mobilization and circulation of information.

AUR students of the newly formed course, FAFD 106 – Photography in Rome: Studio & Still Life, recently participated in an online international photography competition via Dpreview.com as part of their course assignment from Prof. Brian Koperski.

Friday 11 October, 2019. This conference is supported by the M.A. in Food Studies and the Center for Food Studies at The American University of Rome Graduate School.

This month, the Master in Food Studies warmly welcomed four employees of the Ministry of Food in Bangladesh to join the M.A. students for their January course, Nutrition Policies and Programs.

This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity will see an intimate group of alumni and university-friends guided around the world-heritage sites of Albania by Dr. Richard Hodges.

On Monday November 12th, 2018, the Peace Studies M.A. hosted its second lecture in the Peace Studies Lecture Series. The lecture, Faith and Politics: Russia – Georgia – Ukraine, was given by H.E. Dr.

Dr Maria Grazia Quieti, Director of the Master in Food Studies, has been invited to be the keynote speaker at the Consultative Meeting on Improving Policy Development in Aquaculture in Support of Food Security, Nutrition and Poverty Eradication, organized by the Fisheries and Aquaculture