"Sweden, The EU & the U.S.": A talk by Karin Olofsdotter, Swedish Ambassador to the U.S.
Thursday, October 3
Tucker Hall, 127A

Karin Olofsdotter, Ambassador of Sweden to the United States, is delivering the 2019 McSwain-Walker lecture.

Guest lecture: "Imperial Cities as Capitals of Buddhist Empires" By Professor Dorothy Wong
Thursday, October 3
4pm - 5:30pm
James Blair Hall, Room 223

The period ca. 645–770 marked an extraordinary era in the development of East Asian Buddhism and Buddhist art.

    CANCELED: Ann Stoler: Colonial Disorders: A Planetary Reflection
    Thursday, October 3
    5pm - 7pm
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332

    Ann Stoler talk is canceled and will be rescheduled in the SPRING 2020.


      Walk In to Write On!
      Thursday, October 3
      5pm - 7pm
      Swem Library, Writing Resources Center
      Bring in any writing or presentation assignment to our weekly Write-Ins, Thursdays from 5-7pm. 
        Entartete Trio
        Thursday, October 3
        Ewell Hall

        Sense & Sensibility   
        Thursday, October 3 - Saturday, October 5
        7:30pm - 10pm
        Location not specified

        A playful new adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved novel follows the fortunes (and misfortunes) of the Dashwood sisters. When reputation is everything, how do you follow your heart?         


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        Make a FREE appointment at the Writing Resources Center!
        Monday, September 9 - Friday, December 6
        Swem Library, Writing Resources Center

        The WRC is here to support you! 

        In free, one-on-one sessions, our trained peer consultants help you learn how to construct an argument, deliver a presentation, or use and cite sources. 

        Scholarship on Display: Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies
        Friday, April 19 - Tuesday, December 31
        Swem Library, Entrance Gallery

        In 1991, the Women's Studies program emerged, and in 2013, the program was renamed Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, a change that reflects the program’s aspirations for the growth of feminist research and activism at William & Mary.