Distinguished Faculty Lectures

The Distinguished Faculty Lectures showcase new research by Temple faculty followed by open discussion. All lectures take place in the 10th floor lounge in Gladfelter Hall. CHAT is 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 Moytl (Department of History)
The Mysterious and Endangered Reality of Femininity: New Womanhood in Vienna,1890-1930

CHAT Faculty Fellow 2019-2020