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On Thursday, October 6, Prof. Mark Naison (Fordham University) and Johanna Rossi Wagner (Penn State University) will discuss their involvement with two oral history projects, the Bronx African American History Project and the Italian American History Project. This event is open to the Fordham community and will take place in the Flom auditorium (Walsh library, […]

Alice Rohrwacher is the current Filmmaker in Residence at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and her film, Le Meraviglie, was awarded the Grand Prix du Jury at the International Cannes Film Festival in 2014. On September 20, she will be at Fordham University at Lincoln Center for a Q&A discussion following the screening of […]

We are delighted to invite Fordham faculty, students, and all lovers of Dante to attend the FORDHAM READS DANTE sessions. This initiative offers a sequential reading of one of the most celebrated masterpieces of world literature: Dante’s Divina Commedia. Non-scholarly presentations by faculty from different cultural backgrounds and diverse disciplines will elucidate the rich patterning […]

  Fordham University Press has recently published Of Elephants and Toothaches: Ethics, Politics, and Religion in Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Decalogue, a collection of critical essays on The Decalogue, a 1989 film cycle based on the Ten Commandments, directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski for Polish television. Edited by Eva Badowska (English) and Francesca Parmeggiani (Modern Languages and Literatures), both […]

The Office of Alumni Relations recently completed an alumni attitude survey. One of the final requests was to Name one person who had a special impact on your experience as a student. Carey Kasten was named in this survey. “Spanish & NYC Course – one of the most eye-opening and favorite classes during my time at […]