Klein College Lecture: Larry Hanover

Klein College Lecture: L. Hanover

Larry Hanover, a Klein College Adjunct Instructor, speaks about his book Rebuilt from Broken Glass: A German Jewish Life Remade in America, which is coauthored by Holocaust survivor Fred Behrend, whose family escaped Nazi Germany for Cuba and the United States, experiencing numerous brushes with history while in the U.S.…

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.…