Pr. Richard Tempest (University of Illinois) presents his new book on the famed Soviet dissident Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
News and Events
Professor Eliot Borenstein of NYU presents his new book Plots Against Russia (Cornell UP, 2019).
Prof. Patryk Babiracki presents his project on the history of International Trade Fair in the western Polish city of Poznań.
Seton Hall University will host a series of events to mark the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia
The History Department presents the Sixth Annual Symposium in Comparative History: "Revolutions: Moments and Movements in Historical Perspective."
History professors play tribute to military chaplain Father Vincent Capodanno.
Adding digital skills to traditional humanities coursework broadens student options.
A panel discussion, “Caviar with Rum: Russia and Cuba in the Post-Soviet Era” led by Dr. Maxim Matusevich and Dr. José Prieto
Sam Dagher, journalist and author, will speak at SHU on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 5:00 - 6:30, in Jubilee Hall Auditorium.
Writer Maria Kuznetsova explores a young immigrant's search for home in her much-talked about debut novel Oksana, Behave!
Vietnam War Veteran and Civil War historian Joseph G. Bilby '65/M.A. '82 has written 21 history books and 400 articles.
William Connell receives prestigious 2019 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship to research Migrant Labor in Renaissance Florence.
The theme of the two-day event is "Afflicted Bodies, Affected Societies: Disease and Wellness in Historical Perspective."
Senior history majors Michael Novak and Kalliopi Logothetis recently presented their research at national conferences
Students work with Dr. Jim Daly on gathering, analyzing, and displaying data on the Ukrainian Diaspora in NJ.
Professor Maisha Mitchell will be teaching a new course in the Spring about Latino/a in the U.S.
The NJ Historical Commission presented Seton Hall University alumnus Joseph Bilby ’65 with the Richard J. Hughes Award.
Professor Lurie received an Award of Merit for her book Envisioning New Jersey: An Illustrated History of the Garden State.
Come hear to the true story behind an acclaimed writer Sana Krasikov's new novel, 'The Patriots.'
Nkili Cooper '20 was among a select number of students chosen for a summer research fellowship at the University of Michigan.