Events

October 30
Temple's Master of Public Policy Program (MPP) is a professional masters program dedicated to those who want to make change in their communities.  We offer an exciting, diverse curriculum which trains early-career policy practicioners the...
November 1
Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Penn Program in Environmental Humanities, University of Pennsylvania. CHAT Climate Speaker Series: “Documentary Experiments in Urban and Environmental Research” with Ben Mendelsohn. This presentation explores...
November 6
Dr. Janice Chen Assistant Professor, Psychological & Brain Sciences, Johns Hopkins University Topic: Brain Dynamics Underlying Memory for Continuous Natural Events
November 6
Dr. Heather Dichter chronicles the efforts of West Berlin mayor Willy Brandt to bring the 1968 Olympics Games to the city of Berlin which had only recently been divided by the Berlin Wall. As they learned of this effort to overcome Cold...
November 7
Department of Art History, CHAT Faculty Fellow 2019-2020 Mariola Alvares is a historian of Latin American art of the the 20th and 21st centuries, with specialization in the history of abstraction in Brazil. "Becoming Modern, Becoming...
November 7
Henry Kissinger was the most famous and controversial American diplomat of the 20th century.  A Jewish refugee from Nazi Germany, his intellectual skills and the development of the Cold War fueled his rise in postwar American society and...
November 13
Dr. Mary Kay Lobo Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, University of Maryland School of Medicine Topic: Molecular and Neuron Subtype Mechanisms in Disrupted Motivation
November 13
Film Screening: The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017) Dr. Steven Murphy is a renowned cardiovascular surgeon who presides over a spotless household with his wife and two children. Lurking at the margins of his idyllic suburban existence is...
November 14
Fenaba Addo, Assistant Professor of Consumer Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, joins the Public Policy Lab (PPL) for our Inaugural Colloquium Series. Her talk is titled Wealth Inequality and the Black Middle Class. 
November 14
Asali Solomon is the author of the novel Disgruntled, which was cited as one of the best books of 2015 by The San Francisco Chronicle and The Denver Post. The short stories in her first book, Get Down, earned her a Rona Jaffe Founda-tion...

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