Calendar of Events
Authors of the book Allies and Obstacles will discuss their research and highlight the ways in which parents of children with disabilities have been both "allies and obstacles" to the Disability Rights Movement. Register here for this online event.
Use promo code ALLIES2021 for a 30% discount on the paper and/or ebook version, expires July 31st.
to 1:15 PM
Hear from co-editor of Healing Our Divided Society, Alan Curtis '65, President of the Eisenhower Foundation, and President-Elect of the Phillips Brooks House Alumni Association, and join in conversation with PBHA students and alumni about policy combatting racial inequity in Education, Housing, Criminal Justice, and Employment. Register for the online event here.Where: online via Zoom
to 2:15 PM
WHYY's Great Performances explores the Philadelphia Orchestra’s Historic 1973 Tour and China’s Contribution to Classical Music in Beethoven in Beijing, Premiering Friday, April 16. Watch for our forthcoming book Beethoven in Beijing by Jennifer Lin coming this Spring 2022. Sign up here for information when the book becomes available from Temple University Press.Where: Check your local WHYY schedules
Join the authors of Allies and Obstacles for a virtual book talk with the Department of Education at Robert Morris University. The event is open to the public, for more inforamtion contact Karen Oosterhous at Oosterhous@rmu.edu.
Use promo code TURM2021 for a 30% discount on the paper and/or ebook version, expires May 1st.Where: Virtual event
The Temple Women of Color Book Club will meet to discuss the book, Do Right By Me: Learning to Raise Black Children in White Spaces by Drs. Valerie I. Harrison and Kathryn Peach D’Angelo.
If you have any questions, email Tiff Archie (tarchie@temple) and Kim Sakil (email@example.com).Where: via Zoom