Starting in the spring of 2018, the College will offer a study-away Semester in New York City program for students from across the country.
Alumni of the College’s Branigan Scholars Grant program remember the projects that helped shape their career paths.
Blind since the age of 5, Evans is a published author and graduated with an English major, a history minor and a medieval studies minor.
On Thursday, Feb. 16, Joyce Wong, Khamarin Nhann and Nuwan Jayawickreme will speak on the impact of genocide and migration.
Yale University professor of history will examine Alexander Hamilton’s life and legacy.
What do a saint and a heretic have in common? Plenty, according to Sean L. Field, Ph.D.
After the Rio Games, media interested in the next Summer Games have turned to Manhattan College’s Paul Droubie, Ph.D.
History major Kimberly Hickey ’16 set out to investigate the disappearance of Rosie the Riveter by researching the portrayal of women in advertising from 1950-1959.
Roberts will deliver a lecture titled “Savant Spouses: Love, Marriage and Collaboration in Enlightenment France.”
Edwards honored for article in the Journal of Medieval History.
Kevin McBride, Ph.D., will discuss battlefield archeology of the Pequot War.
Historian Jeff Horn releases fifth book, Economic Development in Early Modern France: The Privilege of Liberty, 1650-1820.
2015 marks the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, and Manhattan College shares a piece of its history.
Duke University art history professor is part of Phi Beta Kappa’s Visiting Scholar Program in conjunction with the Costello Lecture Series.
Award-winning author and historical adviser releases new book.
Courtney Slack ’14, a 2013 intern at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, spent a semester teaching 20th century Jewish history and the Holocaust to New York City youth.
Rev. Paul Brandeis Raushenbush will discuss the crucially important issue of how religion is covered by the media.
Carol Berkin will address the role of women during U.S. Revolution on April 8