Library Lecture: Science Fiction for the Future

This lecture is a discussion about preserving, digitizing, and teaching science fiction collections.…

Humanities Lecture: Jess Newman

In this lecture, Jess Newman takes a close look at different novels to investigate morality.…

Klein Lecture: Julia Wallace

In this lecture, Julia Wallace discusses her book, There’s No Crying in Newsrooms, which tells the stories of remarkable women who broke through barrier after barrier at media organizations around the country over the past four decades.…

Klein Lecture: Johan Farkas

Johan Farkas is a Ph.D. Fellow in Media and Communication Studies at Malmö University, Sweden.…

Library Lecture: William Jones

In this lecture, Dr. Jones revisits Philip S. Foner’s magisterial, The Black Worker: From Colonial Times to the Present.…

Library Lecture: About Libraries

Three Temple faculty members explore the history and future of books.…

Humanities Lecture: Mariola Alvarez

Mariola Alvarez is an Assistant Professor of Art History, modern and contemporary Latin American art in Tyler School of Art at Temple University.…

Klein Lecture: Nick Couldry and Ulises Mejias

Klein Lecture: Nick Couldry and Ulises Mejias

Nick Couldry and Ulises Ali Mejias argue that the role of data in society needs to be grasped as not only a development of capitalism, but as the start of a new phase in human history that rivals in importance the emergence of historic colonialism.…

Humanities Lecture: Hector Amaya

Dr. Hector Amaya is Professor of Media Studies at the University of Virginia and the Infosys Member of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton. …