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Live in one of the Language Houses for the 2014-2015 Academic Year
Monday, November 4 - Friday, February 7
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    Lecture on Black Culture and Japanese Modernism (Keiko Nitta)
    Tuesday, November 5
    3:30pm - 5:30pm
    James Blair Hall, Room 205
    A public lecture entitled "Black Bottom of Modernity: Racial Imagination in Japanese Modernism" by Prof. Keiko Nitta, Rikkyo University
      Cashing in on Culture: Indigenous Communities and Tourism
      Thursday, November 7
      5pm - 6:30pm
      Small Hall, Room 111
      Dr. Regina Harrison, Professor of Spanish, Quechua and Comp. Lit. will give a talk titled "Cashing in on Culture: Indigenous Communities and Tourism"
        Lecture - The Sun Is Not So Central: by photographer Michael Cherney
        Thursday, November 7
        6pm - 7pm
        Andrews Hall, Room 201
        Having grown up in New York and now based in Beijing, Michael Cherney, photographer, calligrapher and book artist, combines photography with classical ink painting, viewing present day environment and landscape in China through the lens of art history.
          Chinese Paper-Cut Art Exhibition
          Friday, November 8 - Monday, November 18
          Sadler Center, Lounge area of the second floor
          Come and view the New-Realism style paper-cut artworks that integrate traditional Chinese techniques with Western painting.
            Info Session for Potsdam Summer Program
            Tuesday, November 12
            5pm - 6pm
            Washington Hall, Room 315
            Learn more about the William & Mary summer program in Potsdam, Germany!
              W&M Summer Study Abroad Open House
              Wednesday, November 13
              11am - 1pm
              Sadler Center, Tidewater A
              Join the Global Education Office in celebrating International Education Week & the Summer 2014 application launch! Find out about each W&M summer program, speak with former students and learn about scholarship opportunities! Lunch will be provided!
                First-Hand Advice for Studying Abroad
                Wednesday, November 20
                10am - 11am
                Swem Library
                Come meet with advisors from the Global Education Program Office to discuss your Study Abroad options and see what you have been missing!
                  The Bellini Colloquium: Rubbish, documentary, psychoanalysis and contemporary China
                  Thursday, November 21
                  3:30pm - 5pm
                  Washington Hall, Room 315
                  This presentation "Rubbish!" is part of a project that engages with fashion, documentary and new media to address rubbish as the repressed underside of Chinese consumer culture in the post-socialist era.
                    Chinese Tea Ceremony
                    Friday, November 22
                    4pm - 6pm
                    Rowe House
                    Come and enjoy the Tea Ceremony at the Confucius Institute!
                      Pan-Asian Culture Council Fall Fashion Show
                      Friday, November 22
                      5:30pm
                      Sadler Center, Lodge One
                      Fall Fashion Show Collaboration with several Asian Culture Student Groups: Korean-American Student Assoc., Japanese Culture Assoc., Chinese Student Org., Filipino-American Student Assoc., South-Asian Student Assoc.
                        W&M Global Film Festival: Journeys & Passages
                        Friday, November 22
                        6pm - 10:30pm
                        Kimball Theatre
                        On Friday, Nov. 22, the William & Mary Global Film Festival will launch its 2014 theme, "Journeys and Passages," with a double feature from Chilean director Sebastian Silva and starring Michael Cera.
                          The Hopkins-Nanjing Center Information Session
                          Monday, November 25
                          12pm - 1pm
                          Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room
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