New readings of Baldwin’s novels, a reassessment of his once-neglected later fiction, and an exploration of Gospel music’s centrality in his fictional imagination is included in the sixth book to be published by Dr. Christopher Z. Hobson.
Collaboration between College and local school district continues with new program earning $700,570 grant from New York State Education Department
Politics, Economics & Law Professor Carolyn Cocca will be the first featured speaker in the new series. Open to the public, the first topic will cover "Superheroes, Superpowers, and Social Change."
Dr. Llana Barber earned the Kenneth Jackson Award for Best Book in North American Urban History from the Urban History Association.
Associate Professor of American Studies Llana Barber reflects on her latest publi
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Newsday recaps the discussion that President Calvin O. Butts, III had with Mr. Kenneth Chenault at the Executive Leadership Forum