SPRING 2012 at Temple University Libraries–Exploring the City

Perhaps the phrase that best describes the 21st century city is “constant evolution.” The diversity of arts, business, architecture, and people, the dynamism between city planning, politics and neighborhoods—these elements constantly shift and interact to make a city unique. Temple University Libraries will explore the many elements that comprise today’s city from a variety of perspectives: academics, authors, artists, citizens, planners, civic leaders, preservationists and more. At the center of this semester-long exploration will be a symposium with Temple’s General Education program, and a number of speakers, events and activities that explore the complex, contemporary city. Explore “the city” this spring at Temple University Libraries.

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