Dr. Neil Donahue Awarded Scholar-in-Residence Grant

Dr. Neil Donahue, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Academic Affairs and Internationalization, has been awarded a grant to work as a scholar-in-residence at the Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. His residency will take place the last week of December through the first week of January 2018.

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Fall 2017 Great Writers, Great Readings

Featuring Lily King, Elisabeth Schmitz, Claudia Rankine, and John McPhee Hofstra’s annual Great Writers, Great Readings Series begins its 2017-2018...

Graduate Open House August 8

Hofstra will host a Graduate Studies Open House on Tuesday, August 8. The event, sponsored by the Office of Graduate Admissions, will...

Remembering Prof. Emerita Ruth Prigozy

One of the World’s Leading Experts on F. Scott Fitzgerald The Hofstra community is saddened by the passing of Professor Emerita of English Ruth...

Hamlet, Revisited

Tony-Nominated Actor Peter Friedman Played Hamlet as a Hofstra Student; This Summer He’s Tackling Polonius at the Public Theater Peter Friedman...

Steve Keister Art Show Opens in Brooklyn

Steve Keister, adjunct professor of fine arts, design, art history, will be one of two artists featured in an exhibition at the Real Estate Gallery...

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