Labor historian Annelise Orleck will lecture on the New Labor Movement's Uprising Against Low Wages.
Department of History
About the Department
The Department of History offers programs of study leading to the degree Bachelor of Arts and to the degree Master of Arts. By presenting the story of human achievements, hopes and frustrations, struggles and triumphs, the department helps the inquiring student to understand our complex world and shape its future.
Thursday, Feb. 10th, 2022, at 6:30pm, Fahy 236, & VIA TEAMS, Slavic Club, is sponsoring a lecture, “Thirty Years after the Fall: An Eyewitness Retrospective on the Breakup of the USSR,” by Dr. Knight
Public airing of 1962 Literary Event Featuring Philip Roth, Ralph Ellison and Pietro di Donato reflects on responsibilities of minority writers of fiction in 1962 and today at Newark Public Library.
The Syria Emergency Task Force will speak at Seton Hall University. Speakers include Mouaz Moustafa, Ambassador Stephen Rapp, Omar Alshogre, and Qutaiba Idlibi. Deborah Amos will moderate.
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