“Theatrical Politics and the Politics of Theater”
Women were granted few opportunities to participate in the male-dominated political culture of 19th century Peru. The theater in Lima, however, offered a notable exception. History professor and CHAT Fellow Mónica Ricketts offers a closer look at the opportunities the theater provided Peruvian women in the next installment of our Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series. Join us Thursday for “Women and the Spectacle of Politics: The Theater in Lima, 1800–1850.
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The Center for the Humanities at Temple (CHAT) fosters innovative research and teaching by faculty and students in the humanities and humanistic social sciences at Temple. Located in the middle of a vibrant urban campus, CHAT facilitates interdisciplinary exchange and debate among scholars from different departments and colleges who bring different perspectives to shared intellectual interests. Faculty and students in all schools and colleges at Temple are eligible to participate in the Center’s programs. Throughout the year, it offers research grants and fellowships, operates an ongoing research seminar, mounts public lectures and conferences, brings external distinguished scholars to campus, and forges intellectual partnerships with other regional and international universities. CHAT works to bridge the disciplinary divide between departments and colleges by promoting broad, humanities-based conversations that connect scholars from multiple scholarly fields.
The Center offers a rich and diverse range of activities, including:
- Visits of distinguished scholars to campus
- Public lectures and conferences in the humanities for the campus and the community by Temple faculty
- Research grants to faculty and students
- A year-long Fellows Seminar
- Graduate Advanced Fellowship and Associate fellowship programs
- Professional Development workshops for Graduate Students
- Programs to strengthen interdisciplinary graduate and undergraduate studies in the humanities
- Contributions to planning and development across the humanities in the College of Liberal Arts
- Cooperation with national and international humanities institutions
Upcoming Deadlines for Fellowships
- March 18, 2019 - Fall 2019 Advanced Graduate Scholars Award
- April 15, 2019 - 2019-2020 Graduate Associate Fellowships
- May 6, 2019 - 2019-2020 Interdisciplinary Research Group Funding
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