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The Bachelor of Arts in English Writing, Literature, and Publishing* emphasizes literary history and creative writing, while providing you with critical thinking skills and an introduction to the world of publishing.
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By AUR alumnus Almas Mushashov (Business Administration 2001), Commercial & Business Development Manager, ENI SpA
The Auditorium at The American University of Rome will see the launch of a two volume publication by Professor Paul Gwynne; ‘Patterns of Patronage in Renaissance Rome: Francesco Sperulo: Poet, Prelate, Soldier, Spy’ . Published by Peter Lang, this critically acclaimed work is the first full-length study of the life and works of Francesco Sperulo of Camerino (1463-1531). In
Cambodia is a country that has suffered huge losses to its magnificent patrimony of ancient art. Many of its beautiful temple sites are very vulnerable to looting, being located in thick vegetation, far from urban centers and outside of any regular surveillance. In addition, the devastating civil war, which caused so much human suffering, was
Business Program’s Joint event with the AUR Graduate School and the Harvard Club of Rome.
By Ann Tutwiler, Director General, Bioversity International
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The Carlucci Entrepreneurship Forum 2015 brings the debate around Entrepreneurship & Education to AUR
Tuesday 29 September 2015 saw the The Carlucci Entrepreneurship Forum on Enterprise and Business host a fascinating debate around the subject of “Enterprise in the next decade”. A full house at the Centro Studi Americani meant standing room only for a portion of the audience – but this did nothing to spoil their enjoyment of theread more
Berkeley pioneer of the farm-to-table movement, AUR Honorary Degree recipient and supporter of the AUR Graduate Food Studies Program Alice Waters received the National Humanities Medal at the White House on Thursday 10 September, the kitchen garden she inspired now rooted on the lawn where first lady Michelle Obama frequently showcases the virtues of real food.read more
Professor Gwynne’s Patterns of Patronage in Renaissance Rome is the first full-length study of the life and works of Francesco Sperulo of Camerino (1463-1531).read more