Roger Rosenblatt, Book Revue Launch New Literary Series, Write America
Novelist Roger Rosenblatt, a Stony Brook University Distinguished Professor of English and Writing, has launched a new weekly literary series, Write America, which features renowned and emerging writers in weekly...Read More
Loredana Polezzi Named Alfonse M. D’Amato Endowed Chair in Italian American and Italian Studies
Her recent work focuses on diasporic Italian cultures and on multilingual education in Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa.
Art Historians Picture Pandemics in Grand Rounds Lecture
In a virtual Grand Rounds lecture titled “Picturing Pandemic Disease,” presented by the Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care and Bioethics, Barry Coller, MD, Hon. ’03 and former Stony Brook...Read More
Shimon Attie Named Inaugural Charles C. Bergman Endowed Visiting Professor in Studio Art
The internationally renowned visual artist, whose work focuses on issues of identity and community, also has extensive experience teaching at a University level.
Social Impact Filmmaking Program Teaches “Passion to Make a Difference”
“The impact of the events of 2020 on filmmaking will be monumental,” said Karen Offitzer, director of the undergraduate minor in filmmaking at Stony Brook and one of three co-directors...Read More
Stony Brook’s Elyse Graham Probes the Language of New Yorkers
“Everybody in New York has a story,” said Elyse Graham, associate professor in Stony Brook’s English Department, adding wryly that “every story has an element that contradicts someone else’s story.”...Read More