The Center for Catholic Studies hosts the Spring Lonergan Lecture by Sanders on February 23th, at 3:30 Chancellor's Suite.
Arts and Culture News
Sua Mendez, B.A. ’19/M.A. ’21 has landed a position as the assistant registrar for outgoing loans and collections at the MET.
Museum Professions graduate student Emily Rainbolt discusses upcoming exhibition at the Morris Museum and reflects on internship experience.
English graduate student, Frank Hunter, is working on a book project, consisting of a translation of Perpetua's Passio, accompanied by two companion texts, Acta Brevia, and five scholarly articles.
On February 7th, 2023, in the Bishop Dougherty University Center from 9:30a.m. – 4p.m., the Seton Hall community is invited to an interdisciplinary workshop on contemplative peacemaking.
Seton Hall partners with South Orange Maplewood Cross-Cultural Works to sponsor Lunar Fest NJ on January 29 at The Woodland in Maplewood.
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.
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.
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".
Pulitzer Prize-winning Fiction Writer Paul Harding Will Read at Seton Hall on Wednesday, February 8 at 7:00 p.m. ET.
Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - A Message from President Nyre
The Department of Catholic Studies in collaboration with the G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture proudly present “Caravaggio: A Radical Approach to the Truth,” a lecture by David López.
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.