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Professor Receives Grant from National Endowment for the Humanities

Elizabeth Emery will spend the next year working on a book and open-access digital materials highlighting achievements of East Asian art collector and dealer Florine Langweil

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A Giant Gesture

How a Montclair professor’s piece about Tommy DeVito’s Italian hand motion sparked a cultural conversation

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2024 Native American and Indigenous Studies Field Summer School

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I Do Declare! Public and Professional Writing

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Linguistics Department Interviewed on Lost in Jersey Podcast

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Montclair NAIS Co-Director, Mark Clatterbuck, Weighs In On Permit Hurdles Faced by Native American Sanctuary

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China Through the Looking Glass: Digital Cultures and AI Governance

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Professor Jonathan Greenberg Publishes Essay on E.M. Forster

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Professor Borgerson Featured in BBC Earth “Our Planet Earth” Series

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Mark Rotella’s Opinion Essay Published in New York Times

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Challenge Based Impact Lab Experience – Enroll Now!

Join us as we build a more inclusive, supportive, and equitable campus together!

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Study: Gen Z Perceive Risk ‘Everywhere They Turn,’ Early Research Shows

Interviews shed light on risk factors contributing to youth mental health crisis, including mass shootings, social media and the climate crisis