I rapporti internazionali nei 150 anni di storia di Ca’ Foscari
The volume is dedicated to the history of the international relations of Ca’ Foscari through its 150 years’ history. As the contributions to this volume illustrate, it is characterised by intense cultural, educational and scientific exchanges with people and institutions outside the national context, and its internationalisation was – and still is – promoted through the presence of foreign teachers and students and native language instructors, the exchange of bulletins and scientific publications with foreign institutions, the international contacts and networks developed by the alumni both individually and collectively, a growing number of scholarships of different kinds for study abroad as well as a growing number of foreign visiting scholars and professors. Thus, this volume eloquently testifies to the eminently international vocation that has characterised Ca’ Foscari since its foundation.
International relations • Italian history • Venice • International mobility • History of Japan • Intellectual exchanges • Migrations • Equal partnership • History of international relations • History of Venice • Harvard University • Internationalisation • Teaching • Transnationalism • Fulbright program • Higher schools of commerce • Diaspora • Early Italian-Korean diplomatic relations • American Studies • Cultural, educational and scientific exchanges • Giovanni Stiffoni • International students • Jews • Peace and democracy • Spain • Internationality • International Summer School • European Society of Culture • Anthropology • Austrian economic system • Conflicts • History • Intellectual history • Adriatic Sea • Internationalization • Degas” • School of Commerce • Italian students born abroad • Ca’ Foscari University • Higher education • Yanghwajin Foreigners’ Cemetery • Ca’ Foscari • These three elements form the basis of the study p • Cooperation • A small 19th century painting by an anonymous Mast • IRO • Added to this is a small iconographical mystery: t • Ca’ Foscari • Indeed it shows a youth whose expression is at onc • The Great Empire of Korea • Luigi Casati