Latina/o Studies Working Group Sparks New Initiative at Rutgers University–Newark

Rutgers University–Newark is known for its remarkable diversity, ranked as having the most diverse student body in the U.S. for 18 consecutive years by U.S. News and World Report.

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10/07/2015

October 8 - Beyond Islamophobia: "A Secret History" Talk by Laila Lalami

Many people assume that Muslims are latecomers to America, recent arrivals who’ve grafted themselves into an already thriving country. In fact, Muslims have been part of America since before it became a nation. Join us for a timely and engaging talk by critically acclaimed author, short story writer, and essayist Laila Lalami, who will discuss history, its transmission, and how fiction can help us fill in some of its many gaps and silences.

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10/04/2015

NCAS Mourns the Passing of Retired Professor Emerita of History Norma Basch

It is with deep sadness that we report the death of Professor Emerita of History Norma Basch, who taught at Rutgers University–Newark from 1979 until her retirement in 2004.

Basch passed on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 29.

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The Department mourns the loss of Professor Emerita Norma Basch, dear colleague and friend

RU-N Mourns the Passing of Retired Professor Emerita of History Norma Basch

By Communications Staff // October 5, 2015