Blockson Lecture: John Elliott Churchville

Blockson Lecture: John Elliott Churchville

“The Religion/Politics Nexus and Black Oppression,” a lecture by Dr. John Elliott Churchville, focuses on the historical background of the symbiotic relationship between religion and politics.…

Ethical Society Lecture: Jeffrey Green

Ethical Society Lecture

The Ethical Society of Philadelphia presents “The Future of Democracy”, a discussion by Jeffrey Green of the future of American Democracy, how moneyed-interests control our policies, and how citizens can more effectively guide our democracy.…

Klein College Lecture: Donna Serdula

Klein College Lecture: Donna Serdula

Donna Serdula, founder and President of Vision Board Media, outlines three tips to optimize your LinkedIn profile.…

Blockson Lecture: Blacks in Blue

Blockson Lecture: Blacks in Blue

Arthur Matthews, Former Chief Inspector in the Detective Bureau for the Philadelphia Police Department, discusses his book, Blacks in Blue, which commemorates accomplishments of African American police officers, both within and outside the Philadelphia Police Department between 1881 and 2016.…

Humanities Lecture: Thomas Sugrue

Humanities Lecture: Thomas Sugrue

The politics and economics of homeownership are central to understanding race and inequality in modern American history.…

Humanities Lecture: Inmaculada Garcia-Sanchez

Humanities Lecture: Inmaculada Garcia-Sanchez

One of the ways in which schools have tried to accommodate the increasing heterogeneity of student bodies is to implement programs that are designed to foster inclusion through the overt socialization of values such as tolerance.…

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.…