Naomi Shuyama-Gómez '18/M.A. '20 has won an O. Henry Award for Short Fiction, 2023.
News and Events
News and Events
The English department's inaugural undergraduate literature conference addressed the theme of “Literary Justice.”
Prof. Mildred Antenor was honored by the McCallen Society, consisting of alums, benefactors, and friends of St. John’s University, in honor of her book, The Gladioli Are Invisible: A Memoir.
Donovan Sherman, prolific author and Shakespeare researcher, says studies in English and other humanities can allow people to flourish as complete humans.
Two events in one afternoon! Basevich will share and discuss her poetry and then deliver a philosophy lecture on race, gender, and justice. Please join us in Bethany A for these engaging sessions!
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.
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".
Slavoj Žižek, the internationally renowned academic referred to as “the Elvis of cultural theory,” returned to Seton Hall to present "Why Do We Enjoy Feeling Ashamed?" Full video available.
Slavoj Žižek, the internationally renowned academic known as “the most dangerous philosopher in the West,” is returning to Seton Hall to present a talk entitled “Why Do We Enjoy Feeling Ashamed?”
Inside the Core we are happy to host Dr. Donovan Sherman for our second Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 4 p.m. on TEAMS. Please join us!
The Russian and East European Program and the Slavic Club will be hosting “From Eastern Europe to the Northeast," an evening of poetry with poets Claudia Serea and Marek Kulig.
Inaugural Humanities Colloquium to begin the new academic year with guest speaker Prof. Roosevelt Montás, Ph.D. of Columbia University.
Professor Cara Blue Adams has been awarded a fiction fellowship to the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference and has published essays in Gawker and Bookforum.
For the second year in a row, the University SHU Reads! Planning Committee is proud to announce the 2022 text selection-- Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson.
Labor historian Annelise Orleck will lecture on the New Labor Movement's Uprising Against Low Wages.
On Thursday, April 21, Professor Maxim Matusevich, Ph.D. and author Angela Ajayi will offer a literary reading of their work.
The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition looks forward to a talk next week by Dr. Elizabeth Redwine, Coordinator of Core I and Lecturer in the English Department.
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.
Students enrolled in the ESLP 0120 Intermediate English class this semester were given a speaking presentation assignment: After COVID, what is your best recommendation for global travelers?
English professors speak as part of virtual Poetry Palooza series at Morven Museum and Garden.
The Gift of Music and Song: Writer and Visual Artist Jacqueline Bishop (NYU) to Present Her Work at Seton Hall University