Blogroll

School and Departmental Blogs

English Connect

  • The official blog of Fordham’s English Department.


Fordham American Studies Blog

  • This blog showcases ideas emerging out of Fordham University’s American Studies program and highlights our news and events.

Fordham Westchester Blog

  • The blog of news and upcoming events happening at the Westchester campus.


Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

  • A blog about graduate life at Fordham, run by real-life graduate students.


Graduate School of Education

  • The official blog of Fordham’s Graduate School of Education


Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education

  • The official blog of Fordham’s Graduation School of Religion and Religious Education.


History at Fordham University

  • This blog contains news about faculty and student accomplishments and projects, and upcoming history events, as well as news and information of interest to historians more generally. We welcome suggestions for blog items to post. If you have ideas, please send them to historyweb [at]fordham [dot]edu.

Centers and Organizations

Center for Medieval Studies


Changemaker

Ethics and Society

  • Ethics and Society serves as a source for news and analysis of  issues relating to ethics. Material for this site is provided by the directors, faculty, fellows, students, and affiliated scholars of the Center for Ethics Education, as well as selected guest bloggers. Dr. Elizabeth Yuko, a bioethicist at the Center for Ethics Education, is the founding and senior editor.


Fordham ImPRESSions

  • The official blog of Fordham University Press. FUP, a member of the Association of American University Presses (AAUP) since 1938, was established in 1907 not only to represent and uphold the values and traditions of the University itself, but also to further those values and traditions through the dissemination of scholarly research and ideas.


Fordham Medieval Dramatists

  • The Fordham Medieval Dramatists are unique in New York City for their revival of the performance of medieval English drama. Although productions adopt a variety of dramatic styles and approaches, performances are loosely modeled on medieval modes of play-making, focusing on non-professional actors, use of public spaces, creative collaboration, and the recruitment of local skills and talents. Members are comprised by the students of Professor Andrew Albin’s ENGL 3102: Medieval Drama in Performance, offered biennially as as an Interdisciplinary Capstone at Fordham College at Lincoln Center in the spring semester.


Public Orthodoxy

  • “Public Orthodoxy” is a blog produced by Fordham’s Orthodox Christian Studies Center. The Center serves as a locus of curricular, research, and outreach activities related to the interdisciplinary study of Orthodox Christian traditions.

Faculty Blogs

Anne E. Fernald

  • Anne Fernald is the author of Virginia Woolf: Feminism and the Reader (2006), editor of the Cambridge University Press  Dalloway (forthcoming 2014), editor of a special issue of Modern Fiction Studies on Women’s Fiction, New Modernist Studies and Feminism (Summer 2013). She teaches English and Women’s Studies at the Lincoln Center campus.


GODsTALKed

  • “GODsTALKed is about the ways in which God finds me, and that I find God in everyday life. It’s also about ‘God Talk,’ one of my favorite things to do,” says Mark Mossa, S.J., a Jesuit priest, retreat leader, author, and teacher of American Catholicism at Fordham. Fr. Mark has a particular passion for ministry to young adults in their 20s and 30s, and a fascination with the intersection of faith and culture, especially popular culture.


Lance Strate’s Blog Time Passing

  • Lance Strate is a professor of Communication and Media Studies, a founder and past president of the Media Ecology Association; Trustee and former Executive Director of the Institute of General Semantics; and past president of the New York State Communication Association.


Mark Naison’s “With a Brooklyn Accent”

  • Mark Naison is a professor of African-American Studies and History and is director of Fordham’s Urban Studies Program. His most recent venture, the Bronx African-American History Project, was launched collaboratively with the Bronx Historical Society in the Fall of 2002 . Since that time, he has conducted over one hundred and fifty interviews with African-American professionals, community activists, business leaders and musicians who grew up in Bronx between the 1930’s and the 1980’s.


Michael Baur

  • Michael Baur is an associate professor of philosophy and an adjunct professor of law. He lives happily in New Jersey with his wife, his three children, and his millions of questions.


Otherwise

  • Commentary on lawyering, language, and politics, authored by George Conk, senior fellow at Fordham’s Stein Center for Law and Ethics.


Paul Levinson’s Infinite Regress

  • Paul Levinson is a professor of Communication & Media Studies and is the author of numerous nonfiction books, science fiction novels, short stories, and academic articles. He reviews the best of television in his InfiniteRegress.tv blog, and was listed in The Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Top 10 Academic Twitterers” in 2009.


tiara.org, a feminist technology blog

  • Alice E. Marwick (alicetiara) is an Assistant Professor at Fordham University in the Department of Communication and Media Studies, where she teaches classes on social media and digital culture.


Rock and Theology

  • The Rock and Theology blog explores the relationship between popular music and theology, and related matters of religion, spirituality and culture today. This blog is part of the Rock and Theology Project, directed by Tom Beaudoin. Although Rock and Theology is now retired, some readers might be interested in Beaudoin’s new blog, Somatica Divina.


Spanish Linguist

  • Judy Hochberg is a linguist and Spanish language instructor. Her blog shares her knowledge of the linguistic and cultural underpinnings of the most interesting aspects of the Spanish language — namely, aspects of Spanish that are either unusual or surprisingly normal. (Por ejemplo — ¿Por qué es ‘día’ masculino?)


St. Rose’s Garden and St. Rose’s Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

  • The official blog of St. Rose’s Garden (an organic garden living laboratory, and social space was funded by Fordham College Rose Hill, Gabelli School of Business, and Residential Life) and CSA (A cooperative vegetable buying club that invests in a farmer’s harvest).