Forced from their homes simply because of their ancestry, more than 110,000 Japanese Americans were forced into World War II internment camps, but many resisted, leading to more severe punishments for 12,000 prisoners. Reporter (Currents) and filmmaker Konrad Aderer came to St. Francis College October 19, 2017 to tell that long-suppressed story in his new documentary Resistance at Tule Lake.
Combine Four Disciplines To Cast A Wide Net of Expertise
More than a sampling, Social Studies lets you spread your education across a number of fields to help you better understand the many layers that make up our society.
Social Studies is an integrated major that permits students to enter into association with four disciplines: economics, history, political science, and sociology. Social Studies majors enter law, government service, teaching, banking, and other professions.
Successful completion of a senior thesis is a requirement for graduation.
New York Post Columnist Michael Goodwin and New York Daily News Columnist Harry Siegel came to St. Francis College on October 19 to talk about New York City Mayor Bill DiBlasio and President Donald Trump.
Paul Beston and Jacob Siegel came to St. Francis College October 10, 2017 to talk about Beston's new book, The Boxing Kings: When American Heavyweights Ruled the Ring.
For 13 years Fr. Brian Jordan, Director of Campus Ministry at St. Francis College fought to keep an icon from 9/11, the Ground Zero Cross, in public view. Now, he's written a memoir which chronicles the journey.
From looking for love or a teaching job, examining 'rape culture' to making psychology more accepted internationally, seven St. Francis College faculty members have recently published work on a variety of topics.
St. Francis College welcomed Brooklyn Law School Professor Bill Araiza for a Constitution Day celebration on September 14, 2017 to address the topic of The Constitution Inside and Outside the Court.