Grant Supports Research of Spain Before the Crusades

The Spanish Ministry of Culture and Sport [Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte] has awarded a grant of 1500 euros to Simon Doubleday, professor of history. The Ministry’s “Hispanex” program is supporting his research, “Christian Spain before the Crusades: Power and Pragmatism in Eleventh-Century Iberia.”

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Exhibit with “Impact”

Works by Dan Devine, professor of fine arts, design, art history, will be featured in Impact, an exhibit at the Thompson Giroux Gallery, located at...

Professor Honored for Advocacy Work

Mary Anne Trasciatti, PhD, associate professor of rhetoric and public advocacy, was honored  recently as a “woman of distinction” by the Long Beach...

HS Shakespeare Competition Wows Judges

by Madison Mento ’21 Drama students from area high schools tested their talents on the Hofstra Globe Stage when they participated in the annual...

Scenes From “The Skullery”

by Madison Mento ’21 The Skullery, an exhibition of works by Sara Lilienthal ‘22 inspired by the CBS crime program NCIS, will be on display at...

Secrets of a Top Political Speechwriter

Fios 1 News covered a talk on campus by Terry Edmonds, the first African American chief White House speechwriter under former President Bill Clinton...

Fine Arts Welcomes Trudy Benson

Trudy Benson, whose paintings have been favorably reviewed in The New York Times, Artforum, and ARTnews, among others, will share insights about her...

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