Events

October 23

Please join us for an analysis and discussion led by political scientist, Professor Robin Kolodny titled What's at Stake 11/3.  Please register for this event via Zoom. Sponsored by the Depatment of History, Department of Political Science...

November 2

Please join us for a gathering of world scholars to discuss the implications of Afrocentricity for an African Studies epistemic revolution. You can join this event via Zoom.  Participants include: Molefi Kete Asante, Temple University ...

November 5

Please join us for a talk by poet Tonya M. Foster, A Conversation with Jena Osman. Please register for this even via Zoom. Tonya M. Foster is the author of A Swarm of Bees in High Court; the bilingual chapbook La Grammaire des Os; the...

November 6

Please join us for an analysis of the election results led by political scientist, Professor David Nickerson titled The Decision.  Register for this event via Zoom. Sponsored by the Depatment of History, Department of Political Science and...

November 10

Please join the Public Policy Lab for our 2020-2021 Policy Roundtable Series. On November 10, PPL Director Judith A. Levine will moderate a panel dicsussion Election 2020: Results and Reactions. Dr. Levine will be joined by Robin Kolodny,...

November 13

Please join us for a presentation and discussion led by Lisa Levenstein (University of North Carolina: Greensboro) titled When Feminism Went Viral - The Origins of Online Activism in the 1990s.  Please register for this event via Zoom....

November 13

Please join us for a talk by Lisa Levenstein, University of North Carolina at Greensboro titled When Feminism Went Viral: The Origins of Online Activism in the 1990s. Part of the Urban History Series.  Please register for this event via ...

November 19

You're invited! Temple University's Public Policy program holds several informaton sessions each semester.   Join us and learn about pursuing a Master of Public Policy, or if you are looking at one of our supplemental MPP programs: e.g....

December 9

You're invited! Temple University's Public Policy program holds several informaton sessions each semester.   Join us and learn about pursuing a Master of Public Policy, or if you are looking at one of our supplemental MPP programs: e.g....

February 4

Please join the Public Policy Lab for our 2020-2021 Colloquium Series. On February 4, Dr. Michael Sances, Assistant Professor of Political Science, presents: When Do Reformer District Attorneys Run and Win? Please register for this event...

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