This course will explore cultural, social, and political aspects of the Viking Age. Danes, Norwegians and Swedes left their homelands not only to raid and pillage, but also to trade and settle. Classes meet Wednesdays; October 9, 16, 23, 30, November 6, 13
In Earthquakes, Seismology, and Some Surprises we will start by looking at some of the most famous, and infamous, earthquakes of the 21st century. Then we will explore the geological structure of the Earth that causes earthquakes and why quakes are concentrated in certain parts of the globe. We will take a more careful look at the San Andreas Fault in California and at quakes in the Western New York area.
The William H. Fitzpatrick Institute of Public Affairs and Leadership at Canisius College sponsors a series of lectures by distinguished Catholic university presidents. The Future of American Catholic Higher Education: A Canisius College Sesquicentennial Year Series.
Dr. Giulia Vollono, UB's 2019-20 IEMA postdoctoral fellow, whose scholarly interests include processes of identity construction in the Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, migrations and ethnicity in the Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, gender and age from the Roman period to the Early Middle Ages, and funerary archaeology, will deliver a lecture on her recent research.
Karolina Fraczak, Springfield Symphony violinist, performs works by Moniuszko, Szymanowski and Wieniawski
Learn more about the education and human service programs at Canisius College.
See why the Wehle school is home to some of the top-ranked business programs in the nation.
The Digital Humanities Group and the Institute for Classical and Medieval Studies welcomes Professor Neil Coffee, University at Buffalo, to campus.
A report by Vicki Ross and Marie Schuster on their experiences challenging the US embargo this summer with Pastors for Peace.
Anthony Ray Hinton, author of "The Sun Does Shine," tells his story on death row as an innocent man and how he never lost hope of being released from prison for a crime he did not commit.