Nailya Shamgunova (University of Cambridge), Barry Colfer (University of Cambridge), Jacopo Gamba (CGIL): A Generation Doomed to Impoverishment, St. John’s College, Palmerston Room (with the Cambridge University European Society)

The CU Italian Society, the CU European Society and Pandora – Rivista di teoria e politica, would like to invite you to this panel discussion on the current situation of the youth that, for the first time, are poorer than the previous generation(s). Join us for a discussion on the social and economic policies of

Elena Cattaneo: Science & Politics in Italy: Building Opportunities for an Uneasy Alliance, King’s College, Keynes Hall

Elena Cattaneo is a world-renowned pharmacologist in the field of neurodegenerative diseases and co-founding director of the University of Milan’s Center for Stem Cell Research Studies. She was the youngest person to be nominated Senator for life in the Italian Parliament in history.In this talk, she will discuss about her commitment to research. She has

Italian – Russian Medicine Conference, Nihon Room, Pembroke College (with the Cambridge University Russian Society)

The Cambridge University Italian Society (CUItSoc) and the Cambridge University Russian Society (CURS) are pleased to invite you for an exciting afternoon of science and a formal dinner at Pembroke College.Here follows the programme of the event:• 17:00 Welcome remarks• 17:10 “Using Laser Technology for Developing Materials for Renegerative Medicine” – Professor Peter Timashev, PhD;

2017 – Non ti Pago!

2017 – Non ti Pago! By Eduardo de Filippo March 19th, 3pm, 7pm in Murray Edwards College Italian with English subtitles “A man lost between dream and reality, Don Ferdinando, owner of a lottery shop, is a dedicated but unlucky gambler. When Mario, Ferdinando’s hated prospective brother-in-law, wins a big sum after dreaming Ferdinando’s deceased

Italian Masterpieces of the Fitzwilliam Museum

Come along to discover a corner of Italy-  in Cambridge! History of Art PhD student Stephanie  Azzarello will give us a tour of the best  Italian paintings of the Fitzwilliam  Museum. The Museum displays many excellent pieces of art from Renaissance artists, and particularly those from the superlative Venetian School, such as  Titian and Veronese.