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This week in North Philly Notes, Malini Johar Schueller, author of Campaigns of Knowledge, writes about benevolent assimilations. While most liberal Americans condemn U.S. military strikes and occupations as...

Making visible the afterlives of U.S. colonial and occupation tutelage in the Philippines and Japan

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Here's to 50 Years of Temple University Press

2019 is our 50th anniversary and there's much to celebrate.  We've selected 50 titles that represent the strengths of our past and in turn lay the groundwork for our next 50 years. 


First North Broad Press book published!

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Congratulations!! Structural Analysis, by Felix Udoeyo, the first open textbook from the joint Temple University Press and Temple Libraries imprint, North Broad Press

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Invisible People
Stories of Lives at the Margins

Alex Tizon

Upcoming event: Dec 12 @ 7pm: Sam Howe Verhovek, Dean Boardman & Friends discuss Alex Tizon’s Invisible People at The Elliott Bay Book Company

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The Battles of Germantown
Effective Public History in America

David W. Young

Upcoming Event: Dec 12 (1:30-3:00 PM) @ the Creutzburg Center, 260 Gulph Creek Road, in Radnor, PA.  Registration requested.

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