Suffolk University, its departments, faculty, and students publish many newsletters and magazines. Information about the following publications is available online, and most may be accessed through links from this site.
Research and Creative Efforts
Members of the Suffolk University community regularly present research and share expertise and artistic endeavors.
Books and Articles
Ronald Suleski, director of the Barbara and Richard M. Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies, has published Chinese language editions of The Fairbank Center for East Asian Research at Harvard University: A fifty-year history, 1955-2005 and Civil government in warlord China: tradition, modernization and Manchuria.
More books and articles
Kathryn Jackson, Counseling Center, presented a paper “Resurfacing: Adult Children of Dissenters” at the 30th International Congress of Psychology in Cape Town, South Africa.
Lydia Martin, Foundation Studies, had a solo exhibit of her new series of oil paintings “Loteria” inspired by and organized around the traditional images associated with the popular Mexican game Loteria, at the Chabot Fine Art Gallery in Providence, R.I.