Blockson Lecture: Gamble and Huff

Blockson Lecture: Gamble and Huff

Noted broadcaster, music advocate, and Temple alum Dyana Williams and sonic architect, journalist, and director Will Coloan discuss the work of legendary Philadelphia-based music duo Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, and take us on a musical excursion through one of the most enchanting catalogues of love songs ever written.…

Beyond the Page: Recognizing Outstanding Faculty

Beyond the Page: Recognizing Outstanding Faculty

For more than seven years running, the Libraries and the Faculty Senate Committee on the Status of Faculty of Color have co-hosted an engaging series of panels on timely topics, featuring faculty from across the university.…

Humanities Lecture: PhD Panel

Humanities Lecture: PhD Panel

“What Else You Can Do with a Humanities Ph.D.: The Alt/Ac World of the Library and in Information Technology” is a discussion of opportunities in the world of cultural memory organizations such as libraries and archives and in related areas in information technology organizations.…

Klein College Lecture: Lalo Alcaraz

Klein College Lecture: Lalo Alcaraz

Prolific political cartoonist, writer and activist Lalo Alcaraz presents his vast body of work in political satire, but especially his pro-immigrant and Latino-themed cartoons in a visual lecture spanning three decades.…

Humanities Lecture: Garland Thompson

Humanities Lecture: Garland Thompson

Garland L. Thompson, journalist and author, discusses Black pioneers in technology, as well as societal changes caused by technology.…

Humanities Lecture: Kathy Hirsh-Pasek

Humanities Lecture: Kathy Hirsh-Pasek

How can social scientists balance the need to do basic science with their desire to be relevant to the questions and issues of their time?…

Ethical Society Lecture: Joseph Schwartz

Joseph Schwartz

Guest Joseph Schwartz, in conversation with host Hugh Taft-Morales, explores the renewal of interest in socialism following the surprising success of Bernie Sanders’ insurgent candidacy. …

Ethical Society Lecture: Lynne Andersson

Ethical Society Lecture: Lynne Andersson

Guest Lynne Andersson, Associate Professor of Business & Society at the Fox School of Business, in conversation with host Hugh Taft-Morales, explores the main competitor to NGOs and non-profit organizations in the realm of international development: philanthrocapitalism. …

Beyond the Page: Pipeline to the Professoriate

Beyond the Page: Pipeline to the Professoriate

A panel discussion hosted by the Faculty Senate Committee on the Status of Faculty of Color about programs and training at Temple University specific to graduate students considering careers in academia.…