Humanities Lecture: Theodore A. Harris

Humanities Lecture: Theodore A. Harris

Artist Theodore A. Harris, “Dis-placed by Conflict: Artist Lecture and Conversation” is interviewed by art historian Jennifer Zarro, discussing his work.…

Humanities Lecture: Katrina Powell

Humanities Lecture: Katrina Powell

In “Warehousing Refugees,” Merrill Smith says that mass containment keeps people “in protracted situations of restricted mobility, enforced idleness, and dependency…

Library Lecture: Amanda Lucidon

Library Lecture: Amanda Lucidon

Amanda Lucidon discusses her book, Chasing Light: Michelle Obama Through the Lens of a White House Photographer.…

Library Lecture: Finding the Hidden City

Library Lecture: Finding the Hidden City

Authors and urban observers Nathaniel Popkin and Peter Woodall discuss Philadelphia and its myriad communities.…

Klein College Lecture: Wanda Benvenutti

Wanda Benvenutti

For 18 years, photojournalist Wanda Benvenutti has chronicled Puerto Rican cultural life in the United States.…

Library Lecture: Women in the Academy

Library Lecture: Women in the Academy

The Libraries and the Faculty Senate Committee on the Status of Faculty of Color presents a panel discussion centered on the experiences and observations of women—particularly women of color—in academia.…

Women in Advertising

Women in Advertising

Sponspored by the Philly Ad Club, a panel of six successful women in the fields of advertising, marketing, and public relations speak on how they achieved success in their careers.…

Klein College Lecture: Dr. Sungeun Chung

Klein College Lecture: Dr. Sungeun Chun

Hosted by Dr. Edward Fink, this talk focuses on Dr. Chung’s studies of third-person effect hypothesis, which revealed that presumed effect on others is a stronger predictor of censorship attitudes than the other-self differential in perceived media effect.…

Humanities Lecture: Avinoam Patt

Humanities Lecture: Avinoam Patt

As part of the CHAT Displacement Lecture, Avionam Patt of the University of Hartford speaks about Zionism and the surviving remnant after the Holocaust. …