3rd Interdisciplinary Global Governance Symposium 11th July 2019

Surrounded by young students eager to listen and to speak, experts from all the disciplines will discuss their understanding of the meaning of the word: Memory

Memory

The word memory will be discussed in the morning by the following guest speakers:

The moderator of the event is Prof. Pietro Vereni from University of Rome Tor Vergata.

The word memory will be celebrated in the afternoon in the following:

TIMESUPERVISORSTITLESTARS
14:00-14:15Francesca Virzì, Niranjan Nair Reghuvaran (Pachu)GG MemoriesFrancesca Virzì and Niranjan Nair Reghuvaran (Pachu)
14:15-14:30Prof. Daniela Felisini Memory and history: a controversial relationshipAsses Kaur Birring
14:30-14:45Prof. Hauwa IbrahimMemories of a village girlHauwa Ibrahim
14:45-15:00Prof. Andrea BurattiResponsibility of the States to promote the reconstruction of the historical truth of the past in order to rebuild the national reconciliation; constitutional treatment of negationism, with an eye of regard to the HolocaustMichelelia Amodio
15:00-15:15Estelle Balussou and Iuliia ZolotarevaCollective memory Estelle Balussou, Iuliia Zolotareva, Buket Aksoy, Luana Golemi, Masa Awad
15:15-15:30Prof. Luigi CorvoThe outsourcing of memory in the digital eraKhilola Ialubzhanova, Chagdarjav Byambaakhuu, Livia Bonessi and Alessio Huma
15:30:15:45Prof. Douglas BrownCollective memory and national songsNyiridandi Teta Ivette, Vladimir Mijatovic, Suzanne Imming, Michelelia Amodio, Davide Ghera
15:45-16:00Prof. Alessio PorettaTeaching and learning through memory and recollections:
a Socrates dialogue
Alessio Porretta, Luana Golemi, Alessio Huma
16:00-16:15Luca Gambelli, Ashique Ali and Uyanga Battulga Memory through food Luca Gambelli, Ashique Ali and Uyanga Battulga
16:15-16:30Prof. Riccardo CardilliTBDtalks by 2 students
16:30-16:45Prof. Federica MucciThe UNESCO "Memory of the world" programmeAna Marcondes Venialgo, Niranjan Nair Reghuvaran, Alexandra Diana Ciobanu, Michela Lanteri and
Iuliia Zolotareva
16:45-17:00Prof. Giulia CostaEnvironment, local memory and identity: the case story of Mount AmiataTamoi Fuji, Uyanga Battulga and
Marco Garzia
17:00-17:30Prof. Giulia Costa and Prof. Federica MucciMemory and songsGiulia Costa, Federica Mucci and students

The organizer of the performances is Prof. Luca Pes from Venice International University.

About the 2nd Interdisciplinary Global Governance Symposium

The 2nd roundtable, organized by the Global Governance B.A. at Tor Vergata University in Rome took place in the beautiful setting of its XV century Villa Mondragone in Frascati on July 12th 2018.

Surrounded by young students eager to listen and to speak, experts from all the disciplines will discuss their understanding of the meaning of two words: Boundaries and Resilience.

Boundaries

The word boundaries was discussed in the morning at Villa Mondragone by the following guest speakers:

The  word resilience was  discussed in the afternoon at Villa Mondragone by the following guest speakers:

About the 1st Global Governance Symposium

The 1st roundtable, organized by the Global Governance B.A. at Tor Vergata University in Rome took place in the beautiful setting of its XV century Villa Mondragone in Frascati on July 13th 2017.

Surrounded by young students eager to listen and to speak, experts from all the disciplines  discussed their understanding of the meaning of two words: Imagination in the morning and Web in the afternoon.

Imagination

The word imagination was discussed in the morning at Villa Mondragone by the following guest speakers:

  • Business:
    Pedro Oliveira, UCP – Católica Lisbon, School of Business & Economics
  • History:
    Luigi Cajani, Università La Sapienza
  • Mathematics:
    Edward Frenkel, University of California, Berkeley
  • Literature:
    Nori Morita, Waseda University

Web

The  word web was  discussed in the afternoon at Villa Mondragone by the following guest speakers:

  • Engineering:
    Valeria Cardellini, Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”
  • Law:
    Katharine Sarikakis, Universität Wien
  • Economics:
    Ravi Bapna, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
  • Philosophy:
    Hansmichael Hohenegger, ILIESI-CNR