The Distinguished Faculty Lectures showcase new research by Temple faculty followed by open discussion. CHAT was honored to welcome the following faculty in the 2019-2020 lecture series.

2019-20 Lecture Series

October 10, 2019
Travis Glasson (Department of History)
CHAT Faculty Fellow 2019-2020
“Sunshine Patriots: Family and Divided Loyalties in the American Revolution”

November 7, 2019  
Mariola Alvarez (Department of Art History)
CHAT Faculty Fellow 2019-2020
“Becoming Modern, Becoming Brazilian: Japanese Brazilian Abstract Artists”

November 21, 2019
Rebeca Hey-Colón (Department of Spanish)
“Spectral Waters: Diasporic Women’s Writing from Hispaniola”

December 5, 2019
Lee-Ann Chae (Department of Philosophy)
“Trust and Contingency Plans”

January 23, 2020
Jess Newman (Department of Anthropology)
“Territorializing Rumors, Dangerous Sex”

James Salazar (Department of English)
CHAT Faculty Fellow 2019-2020
“Embodying Time: Pedagogies of Rhythm in 19th Century American Culture”

Patricia Melzer (Department of German & Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies)
CHAT Faculty Fellow 2019-2020
“Militante Mannsbilder: Alternative Masculinities in Men’s Groups of the Autonomen”

Brian Creech (Department of Journalism)
CHAT Faculty Fellow 2019-2020
“Private Platforms, Public Demands: Tech CEOs as Locus of Popular Critique”

Katya Motyl (Department of History)
CHAT Faculty Fellow 2019-2020
“The Mysterious and Endangered Reality of Femininity: New Womanhood in Vienna, 1890-1930”

2018-2019 Lecture Series

Professional Development Workshop

CHAT Graduate Fellows Conference

Recorded Programs