Humanities Lecture: Gary Mucciaroni

Humanities Lecture: Gary Mucciaroni

Starting in the mid-19th Century, elites and reformers often alluded to “the labor question,” which was rooted in the system of wage labor that produced contending classes of employers and employees as industrialization unfolded.…

Chat in the Stacks: Remembering 1968

Chat in the Stacks- Remembering 1968

This panel discussion, “1968 Kerner Commission: What Can We Learn 50 Years Later?”,  concerns the pivotal year of 1968 and how it continues to inform our current discussions around identity, politics, and race in America. …

Library Lecture: Sara Goldrick-Rab

Library Lecture: Sara Goldrick-Rab

Temple University Professor of Higher Education Policy and Sociology Sara Goldrick-Rab discusses affordability, access, and opportunity in higher education. …

Library Lecture: The Cost of Being a Girl

Library Lecture: The Cost of Being a Girl

Montclair State University Sociology Professor Yasemin Besen-Cassino discusses her new book, The Cost of Being a Girl, which explores the roots and effects of the gender pay gap–that roughly 20 cent-per-dollar distance between men’s and women’s earnings.…

Klein College Lecture: Omarosa Manigault Newman

Omarosa Visits Temple University

Professor Bryan Monroe sits down with bestselling author, former assistant to the president and director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison Omarosa Manigault Newman.…

Library Lecture: Voter Rights and What is at Stake

Professor Kimmika Williams-Witherspoon, one of the organizers of Chat in the Stacks

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

Klein College Lecture: Dr. Sherry Yu

Klein Lecture: Dr. Sherry Yu

The contemporary media environment is increasingly multicultural, multiethnic, and multilingual, in which media organizations and individuals of varying levels of cultural literacy produce and consume media content.…

Recognizing Outstanding Faculty 2018

University Lecture Series

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

Blockson Lecture: Reflections of Women in Black Music

Blockson Lecture: Reflections of Women in Black Music

Author and musician Toni Rose discusses African American women in music in Philadelphia, including Willa Ward of the World-Famous Ward Singers, about whom Rose and Willa Ward-Royster collaborated on How I Got Over: Clara Ward and the World-Famous Ward Singers.…