Thanks to those of you who attended and participated in our Beyond the Page public programming series this semester. It was a pleasure sharing these cultural and academic experiences with you. We hope to see you again in the spring! In the meantime, enjoy this look back at moments from our fall lineup of performances, readings, panels, and more.
Audience members enjoy Professor Jeffrey Solow’s performance of the Bach Cello Suites, as part of our Beyond the Notes noontime concert series.
Professor Laura Spagnoli opens our first Midday Arts Series program with a poetry reading.
Paley Library hosted its first-ever live podcast recording with Temple professors and the hosts of Book Fight!, Tom McAllister and Mike Ingram. We were also joined by guests p.e. garcia and Jason Rekulak.
Professor David Organ and graduate students Keisha Weil and Dana I. Muniz Pacheco participate on the semester’s second Chat in the Stacks panel, which explored the Dakota Pipeline, climate change, and environmental racism.
After speaking about their new Temple University Press book, Philadelphia: Finding the Hidden City, authors and urban observers Nathaniel Popkin and Peter Woodall sign books.
Klein College of Media and Communication students share their video work and research in two new media forms: 360° video and video for augmented reality. This was the final screening event for Media Studies and Production courses 4741: Emergent Media Production and 8741: Cybermedia Workshop with Prof. Laura Zaylea, in an innovative collaboration with MSP 4446: Psychological Processing of Media with Dr. Matthew Lombard.