Join an interdisciplinary conversation with Temple Scholars, February 21

February 21 2:30 pm Paley Library Lecture Hall Chat in the Stacks Scholars from across Temple will come together to discuss new and important research in their fields at this first-ever Chat in the Stacks. Jacqueline Leonard, Associate Professor of Mathematics Education Curriculum, Instruction and Technology in Education at the College of Education, will discuss new research on Culturally Specific Pedagogy in the Mathematics Classroom. Eugene Martin of Broadcast, Telecommunications, and Mass Media will lead a discussion on the Village Arts and Humanities Project. Kimmika Williams-Witherspoon, Assistant Professor of Theater History will share her research on The Secret Messages in African American Theater: Hidden Meanings Embedded in Public Discourse. Alex Holzman, Director of Temple University Press, will discuss publishing, as well. Please join Temple University Libraries and these distinguished faculty members to discuss the latest research in their diverse fields. This program, co-sponsored by the Committee on the Status of Faculty of Color, will be moderated by Karen Turner, Professor of Journalism.

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