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Research and Brexit: from Warwick to Ca' Foscari to study ancient magic

A new ERC grant recipient is about to join Ca’ Foscari’s faculty: Joseph E. Sanzo will be giving its precious contribution to the study of both Mediterranean magic and Jewish-Christian relations during late antiquity. Did Brexit influence his decision to change institutions?

Coronavirus, Ca’ Foscari advises students against travelling to China

In accordance with the recommendations of the Ministry of University and the Ministry of Health,  Ca’ Foscari strongly advises against all travels to China for the students who were supposed to undertake a study abroad program.

New pharmaceutical compounds to treat serious diseases

Scientists from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédéralede Lausanne (EPFL), the University of Padova and the Ca' Foscari Department of Molecular Sciences and Nanosystems have developed a new way of rapidly producing and isolating thousands of macrocyclic compounds, a family of molecules that are of great interest to the pharmaceutical industry.

Dancing Museums: a new way to enjoy art through dance

Ca' Foscari's contribution to the Dancing Museums project, curated by Susanne Franco, aims to explore the new ways of enjoying art through dance and performance, as well as new approaches  of museology and art management towards the active engagement of an increasingly varied and large audience.

Ca' Foscari inaugurates new Academic Year on February 11th, 2020

The event will take place from 11.00 a.m. at the Carlo Goldoni Theatre (San Marco 4650/B, Venice). All members of the Ca' Foscari community - students, faculty and administrative staff - are welcome to attend, upon online registration. 

Winter Party for International Students on December 12th

The annual Winter Party organized by the Counseling and Welcome Unit will start at 5:00 p.m. inside Ca' Foscari's main building. 

The Ca' Foscari Short Film Festival goes to Baku

From October 26 to 29, 2019, Ca’ Foscari University had the pleasure of presenting the 9th edition of its widely acclaimed Short Film Festival (SFF) in Baku.

Ca' Foscari Public Lectures, Jürgen Renn on September 25th

On Wednesday September 25th Ca' Foscari will welcome the world renowned scholar of the history of knowledge for a lecture on the evolution of science in the Anthropocene.

Marie Curie: Ca' Foscari among the top host institutions in Italy & Europe

Ca’ Foscari has yet again confirmed its reputation as an outstanding international research hub, gathering brilliant scholars from all over the world. With 23 new Marie Curie Individual Fellowships announced today, our University has bested its own record. 

China: activism and repression. Interview with Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom

Radio Ca’ Foscari interviewed Prof. Wasserstrom to know more about how Chinese millennials are growing up, surrounded by disturbing news of government spies infiltrating universities and student activism.

Take part in the Ca' Foscari photo campaign with our merch

Do you want to be a part of our new photo campaign and get exclusive Ca’ Foscari themed merch? Find out how!

Being a student at the International College: an interview with Margherita

Margherita is a student at the Ca' Foscari International College, the honours college for high-achieving students. Let's find out more about the typical day on the San Servolo campus and how this unique experience has changed her life.

Take part in our first Summer School in Digital and Public Humanities

The Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities (VeDPH) at the Department of Humanities has organized its first Summer School, which will be held in Venice from July 6 to 10, 2020.

New UNESCO Water Chair at Ca’ Foscari

The UNESCO Chair on Water Heritage and Sustainable Development will involve a team of geographers coordinated by prof. Francesco Vallerani and Eriberto Eulisse. 

Stolen heritage: harm to population identity

The conference “Stolen Heritage”, promoted by the Ca' Foscari Department of Humanities within the framework of the H2020 NETCHER project, provided the opportunity to take stock with a multidisciplinary approach of the destruction, looting and illicit trafficking of cultural property. 

Marco Polo Centre: Ca' Foscari's research on Asia and the Mediterranean

The centre is named after Marco Polo - the first western man to describe the traditions and customs of ancient China. The new international centre of research at Ca' Foscari was inaugurated on Monday, November 18 at Ca' Vendramin.

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