The Moakley Archive and Institute exhibit program presents historically-themed exhibits that explore topics related to our research collections such as the life and career of Congressman Joe Moakley and Suffolk University's history.
Our traveling exhibits can be borrowed for use in a variety of settings such as Suffolk University's campus, public buildings, and special events. Please contact us if you are interested in hosting one of the following traveling exhibits. (loan form .pdf)
The Moakley Archive and Institute creates public programming for the Suffolk community and general public advances the academic goals of the university and explore issues related to Suffolk's research collections. Events have included panel discussions, trainings, and open houses.
"WWII in Retrospect", a panel discussion focused on the underrepresented experiences of women in Occupied France and the importance of archives in preserving the collective memory of war. Featuring: James Carroll, Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Suffolk University (moderator), Robert Allison, Professor and Chair History Department, Suffolk University, Susan Rubin Suleiman, C. Douglas Dillon Professor of French Civilization, Harvard University, Margaret Collins Weitz, Professor Emerita, Suffolk University
Since 2007, the Moakley Institute has partnered with Suffolk's Organization for Uplifting Lives through Service, or S.O.U.L.S., and Suffolk's College of Arts and Sciences to sponsor service learning trips to El Salvador. These trips are designed to provide Suffolk students with a unique opportunity to live and work in the communities that Moakley visited and to learn about the lasting effects of his work there. Members of these delegations meet local families, attend presentations, and participate in community service projects that allow them to contribute directly to El Salvador’s rebuilding efforts.
Please consult the Winter Break page for information about upcoming trips.
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