During a recent lecture, history professor Thomas Rzeznik looked back on one of the most critical decades in U.S. Catholicism, the 1970s, and the developments of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
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Filmmaker Yelena Demikovsky will present her new, much talked about documentary film project "Black Russians: The Red Experiment." The film screening will be followed by Q&A with the film's creator.
Writer Marina Antropow Cramer will present her novel 'Roads' (2017) and give a talk "Between Two Tyrants: One Family's Journey from Stalin's Russia to Hitler's Labor Camps".
Students experienced history first-hand through object-based learning (OBL), an approach that adds value to classroom studies with objects from SHU's Archives and Special Collections.
The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition welcomes Dr. Dermot Quinn, Professor of History and Editor of The Chesterton Review, who will discuss the importance of G. K. Chesterton.
Michael Witgen will provide a virtual lecture in honor of Native American Heritage Month on "Unthinkable History: The American Settler-State and the Political Economy of Plunder."
On October 13, Slavic Club, REESP, and the History Department are sponsoring the lecture, "Remembering Gorby: Mikhail Gorbachev’s Triumphs and Tragedies."
Seton Hall alumna named Archdiocese of Newark’s 2022 “Teacher of the Year” and awarded the New Jersey Nonpublic School Teacher of the Year award.
Inaugural Humanities Colloquium to begin the new academic year with guest speaker Prof. Roosevelt Montás, Ph.D. of Columbia University.
Labor historian Annelise Orleck will lecture on the New Labor Movement's Uprising Against Low Wages.
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.
Professor William C. Brumfield of Tulane University will present his latest book "Journeys through the Russian Empire: The Photographic Legacy of Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky" (Duke University Press, 2020)
Professor Maxim Matusevich, director of the Russian and East European Studies Program, has published five short stories and a novella in prominent literary publications.
The Gift of Music and Song: Writer and Visual Artist Jacqueline Bishop (NYU) to Present Her Work at Seton Hall University
Professor Patryk Babiracki (University of Texas at Arlington) will present his project on the history of International Trade Fair in the western Polish city of Poznań during the Cold War.
An acclaimed, New York-based writer, Pavel Lembersky, will deliver a virtual talk "Crossing the Small Divide" at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 25.
The Department of History will host its annual symposium on Friday, February 12, 1 pm - 3 pm (virtually on Microsoft Teams). This year's theme: "Climate Change in Historical Perspective."
The life and legacy of Christopher Columbus comes to the screen in a new documentary, Courage and Conviction: The True Story of Christopher Columbus.