After winning the last edition of the Sanremo Music Festival, Marco Mengoni’s song “Due vite” has now become a new tool for teaching and promoting the Italian language and culture in the world, thanks to the work of the Ca’ Foscari’s observatory on Language Education, directed by professor Fabio Caon.
Ca’ Foscari mourns the death of Bonaventura Ruperti, full professor of Japanese Language and Literature at the Department of Asian and North African Studies. 'The Prophet of Japan', as his students affectionately called him, passed away on 5 January. Japanese translation available inside this article.
Did you know that driving a small car to the movie theatre with a friend may have lower carbon emissions than streaming the same movie alone at home? We often think that going digital means "going green", but this is not always the case.
In order to better understand the impact that EUTOPIA can have on our community of students and researchers, we have interviewed the people who represented our university during some of the events that were organised during the EUTOPIA Week in Ljubljana.
Ca’ Foscari University of Venice is participating in the 27th Conference of Parties (COP27) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which opened on Sunday 6 November 2022 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.
Some of our newly enrolled international degree seekers tell us about their experience moving to Venice and getting ready for their university life at Ca’ Foscari. Check out the interview with Hildo and Stephanie!
In this academic year, Ca’ Foscari has welcomed over 300 international students from almost 60 countries. Check out the interview with Sneh and Gerardo, two newly enrolled international degree seekers who tell us about their experience moving to Venice and getting ready for their university life at Ca’ Foscari.
On Saturday 15th October 2022, artist Laura Pugno was awarded the Sustainable Art Prize, promoted by Ca’ Foscari University of Venice in collaboration with ArtVerona.
On 16 September 2022, 22-year old Mahsa (Jina) Amini died in Teheran after the police arrested her for allegedly breaking rules on wearing the hijab. Her death has led to a wave of protests across Iran, and to the regime’s harsh repression. An expert on Iran from the Department of Asian and North African Studies, who is using the pseudonym Y. Hoshivar, to preserve anonymity, has agreed to be interviewed.