International Education Week

It’s International Education Week!  Lots of activities happening on and off campus.

Posted in Announcements, Events | Comments Off

A Reading and Book Signing with Rosie Schaap

Hear author Rosie Schaap speak about “Drinking with Men” on Thursday,
Oct 22, at 2:15 PM in Hartman Lounge in Hennessey Hall (the Mansion). This is a Creative Writing Dept event.

Questions? Contact or 973-443-8711


Posted in Announcements, Books, Events | Comments Off

A Reading and Book Signing with Fredrick Barton

Join us to hear Fredrick Barton discuss and read from his new book, In the Wake of the Flagship at 2:15 p.m. on Thursday, October 8, in Hartman Lounge in Hennessy Hall.

Questions? Email or or call 973-443-8711

Posted in Announcements, Books, Events | Comments Off

Welcome back, students, faculty and staff! Welcome to the Class of 2019!

Posted in Announcements | Comments Off

Summer Hours

The summer hours may also be found on the library web site.…/monninger-center/library-hours/

Posted in Announcements | Comments Off

The World’s Most Powerful Woman, Angela Merkel, and how Germany views U.S. Foreign Policy. A talk by Ralph Bollmann.

Hear about Angela Merkel, the European Union, America and how Germany really views U.S. Foreign Policy on Friday, April 24, at 2 PM in the Monninger Center Lecture Hall #207.  Light refreshments served.

Posted in Announcements | Comments Off

Shakespeare Defining Man: The Case of “Julius Caesar”

On Monday, April 13, at 3: 30 PM, Dr. Keyishian will discuss how contrasting definitions of “man” available during the Renaissance are put into play in Shakespeare’s Roman tragedy.  This event will be held in Seminar Classroom 205 in the Monninger Center.

Harry Keyishian is Professor Emeritus of English at FDU. He is the author of The Shapes of Revenge, a study of the psychology of revenge in Shakespeare, and many articles on early modern drama and on Shakespeare in performance.

Posted in Announcements | Comments Off

Dante Comes to FDU!

Celebrate Dante’s 750th birthday!

How did Dante Alighieri, 14th-century author of The Divine Comedy, come to inspire the 21st-century art work of artist and Professor George Cochrane?  The artist’s book, its current printing by centuries-old techniques, and why Dante matters today, will be the focus of the “Dante Comes to FDU” program.  Prof. Cochrane, Prof. Gloria Pastorino, and Luke Ives Pontifell, publisher and president of Thornwillow Press, will trace book and art history from early handmade books to printing and illustration to the comic and cartooning arts.

Posted in Announcements, Events | Comments Off

FDU April Photo-A-Day Challenge!!

The FDU April Photo-A-Day Challenge is back!!  Show us what life at FDU looks like to you and you could win a great prize!  ‪#‎myfdu‬

Complete details here:

Posted in Announcements | Comments Off

Character Animation Exhibit Reception

Stop by Wednesday for a reception at 3:30 PM in the Atrium in the Monninger Center to honor the student artists who created the colorful Character Animation Exhibit now on display in the Library.


Posted in Announcements, Events, Exhibits | Comments Off