Center for the Humanities News

From Anthropology to Political Science to Religion and beyond, the Center for the Humanities at Temple (CHAT) fosters the academic study of human society and culture. In this space, we’ll tell the stories of our distinguished Humanities students, alumni and professors as well as highlight exciting CHAT events. Contact us today if you’d like to have your Humanities education story told. We’re eager to share it!  Keep reading below to catch up on all the latest happenings at CHAT and learn why you should get involved with the center.


photo of professor Nasser Al-Jahwari presenting at CHAT

Sultan Qaboos University Associate Professor Nasser Al-Jahwari’s presentation at CLA’s Center for the Humanities at Temple showed students his team’s incredible finds from the Oman Peninsula during the Bronze Age.

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Catherine Rottenberg is an Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham and the author of The Rise of Neoliberal Feminism. In a recent College of Liberal Arts visit, Rottenberg identified the ways in which neoliberalism is affecting feminism.

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Some graduate students might think internships are for undergraduates, but that kind of thinking will put them at a disadvantage after they graduate. Find out why humanities graduate students should get internships and how they can go about doing so.

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Image of professor Asha Best presenting to students in lecture

Clark University Professor Asha Best recently visited the College of Liberal Arts to give a CHAT presentation on her research into black urban mobility.

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