Charles L. Blockson will explore rare books, collecting, and his connection to Arturo Schomburg.
The projects aim to help shape the future of libraries, meeting 21st century information needs as centers for digital learning, data sharing, community connection and discovery.
Temple University’s graduate student history organization will host its Twenty-First Annual Barnes Club Conference this March.
George Washington related public history has long been a cottage industry in the United States, from his birthplace in Virginia to the cities in which he stayed during the Revolution such as Valley Forge and Morristown, where I recently spent a day taking in the eighteenth century living history weekend displays of apple pressing and hops harvesting. …
Take a trip to the Mutter Museum with Levi Fox and the Temple University Intellectual Heritage Program.
The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography and Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies published a very special collaborative issue early in January of this year.
The Temple University Department of History, the American Philosophical Society, and the Temple University Alumni Association have announced a special reception and lecture in honor of Dr. Martin Levitt, librarian at the American Philosophical Society. Dr. Levitt earned his doctoral degree at Temple University in 1991, and has taught archival studies courses for Temple’s History program for many years.
From H-Material Culture: The Pioneer America Society: Association for the Preservation of Artifacts & Landscapes (PAS: APAL) announced the recipients […]
From the Center for Humanities at Temple: The Center for Humanities at Temple has announced its program schedule for this […]