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Performing Arts News
November 15, 2017

This week in North Philly Notes, Philip Evanson, co-author of Living in the Crossfire, pens a dispatch on Brazil’s anti-corruption campaign and next election.

Brazil’s ongoing investigations into corruption have been discussed with a certain sense of national pride, that they may offer something in the way of originality. The targets are white collar criminals in high places of government and the economy. Everybody knows there will be more revelations, arrests and indictments of...

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North Philly Notes
November 15, 2017
By James Kopaczewski In a series of articles for the Civil War Times, Gary Gallagher, the John L. Nau III … Read More
Temple Digital Scholarship Center
November 14, 2017

From December 8–19, the Libraries go 24/7 for final exams. But we’re sweetening the deal! Leading up to December 8, we’re extending our Saturday hours and staying open until 10:00 PM (instead of 7:00 PM). So whether you’re working on a group project or a research...

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Temple University Library News
November 14, 2017

November 6-11 is University Press Week. Since 2012, we have celebrated University Press Week each year to help tell the story of how university press publishing supports scholarship, culture, and both local and global communities.

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North Philly Notes
November 10, 2017

November 6-11 is University Press Week. Since 2012, we have celebrated University Press Week each year to help tell the story of how university press publishing supports scholarship, culture, and both local and global communities.

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North Philly Notes
November 9, 2017
By Luling Huang In one of my previous posts Measuring Similarity Between Texts in Python, I talked about a basic technique … Read More
Temple Digital Scholarship Center
November 9, 2017

CRUNCH TIME CLINIC

The Libraries are once again teaming up with the Writing Center to offer a series of Crunch Time Clinics. Work with a Temple University librarian and a Writing Center tutor for help identifying sources, searching databases, refining thesis statements, evaluating content, creating citations, and more!

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Programs & Events
November 8, 2017

November 6-11 is University Press Week. Since 2012, we have celebrated University Press Week each year to help tell the story of how university press publishing supports scholarship, culture, and both local and global communities.

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North Philly Notes
November 8, 2017

November 6-11 is University Press Week. Since 2012, we have celebrated University Press Week each year to help tell the story of how university press publishing supports scholarship, culture, and both local and global communities.

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North Philly Notes
November 7, 2017

November 6-11 is University Press Week. Since 2012, we have celebrated University Press Week each year to help tell the story of how university press publishing supports scholarship, culture, and both local and global communities.

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North Philly Notes
November 6, 2017
Hurricane Irma and María were the most powerful and destructive hurricanes ever recorded in the Atlantic. The destruction and loss … Read More
Temple Digital Scholarship Center
November 1, 2017

This week in North Philly Notes, we offer a slideshow of Temple University Press titles that are on display in area bookstores.

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Featured titles include:

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North Philly Notes
November 1, 2017

Charles Abramovic and students play music for piano by Scriabin, Schubert, Mozart, Brahms, Dvořák, Schnittke, and Abramovic

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 | 12:00–12:50 PM | Paley Library Lecture Hall

Light refreshments served. Boyer recital credit given.

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Performing Arts News
October 27, 2017
By Jasmine Clark Virtual reality as a learning tool is not a new concept. Companies like Immersive VR Education Ltd. … Read More
Temple Digital Scholarship Center
October 25, 2017
By Emily Cornuet The image shown above is of melted coffee lids that have been injected into a mold. The … Read More
Temple Digital Scholarship Center
October 25, 2017

This week in North Philly Notes, we celebrate Open Access Week.

The theme of this year’s Open Access Week, the 10th annual, “Open in order to…”, is intended to prompt thoughts and conversations about what is made possible by open access (OA) to research and scholarship.  For Temple University Press, OA editions of Press titles expand their reach, eliminate barriers in resource-poor areas of the world such as the Global South, and support our authors in their goal of disseminating their research as broadly and deeply as...

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North Philly Notes
October 23, 2017

This week (October 23–29) is Open Access Week, a yearly international celebration that aims to increase awareness about open access (OA). Most academic work is available only to those who are affiliated with a college or university. However, many people from outside of the university community could also benefit from access to cutting-edge scholarship....

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Programs & Events
October 23, 2017

The Libraries are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Urban Archives with an exhibit,  a screening, and symposium.

Walt Whitman Bridge construction, 1955Walt Whitman Bridge construction, 1955. Photograph by Philip Taylor

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History News
October 19, 2017

This week in North Philly Notes we premiere our new video for Philadelphia: Finding the Hidden City, with authors Nathaniel Popkin and Peter Woodall, featuring photography by Joseph E. B. Elliott.

Philadelphia possesses an exceptionally large number of places that have almost disappeared—from workshops and factories to sporting clubs and societies, synagogues, churches, theaters, and railroad lines. In Philadelphia: Finding the...

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North Philly Notes
October 18, 2017

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