A collection of lectures featuring particularly prominent speakers, many of whom are guests to the university.
As part of the Center for Humanities at Temple’s Distinguished Faculty Lecture, Dr.… →
Journalist Eileen Truax discusses her new book, “We Built the Wall.” The book provides an immersive look at the new front in the immigration wars.… →
The digital economy is often invoked imprecisely and without due attention to the centrality of cultural and media elements of any such economic form.… →
Sponsored 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.… →
Not all doctors, it seems, are created equal. This talk examines the construction and implications of status hierarchies among internal medicine residents along the lines of educational pedigree.… →
How and why does the U.S. Census determine what race is–and should mean–in the United States?… →
Hundreds of young women have disappeared from the border city of Juárez since the early 1990s, many of them violently murdered.… →
As part of the Center for the Humanities at Temple’s Borders, Boundaries and Walls Lecture Series, Dr.… →
In a government whose legitimacy depends upon the “consent of the governed,” civil disobedience can be understood as withholding one’s consent to be governed.… →
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