Application Deadline for Reves Summer Study Abroad Scholarships
Friday, February 1
All day
Location not specified
Need-based awards for students participating in W&M-sponsored summer programs.
    Application Deadline for Sponsored Semester Study Abroad, Hertford College, University of Oxford
    Friday, February 1
    All day
    Location not specified
    Application deadline for students intending to study abroad at Hertford College, University of Oxford, in Fall 2013, Academic Year 2013 - 2014, or Spring 2014.
      Application Deadline: AidData Intern Positions
      Friday, February 1
      All day
      Location not specified
      The AidData Center for Development Policy will be adding 12 new interns to the research team this spring!
        Touching & Reading in the Middle Ages: The Manual in/of Devotion
        Monday, February 11
        5pm
        Tyler Hall, Room 301
        Professor Lara Farina, Dept. of English, West Virginia University, will address medieval practices of reading, focusing on the role of tactility: the "handling" of books suggested by religious texts.
          Islam, Human Rights, and Social Justice
          Wednesday, February 13
          7pm
          Andrews Hall, Room 101
          Lecture delivered by the 2013 Kraemer Scholar-In-Residence, Dr. Muhammed Tabiu of the Department of Islamic Law at Bayero University in Kano, Nigeria.
            2013 W&M Global Film Festival: "Film & Youth" (DAY 1)
            Thursday, February 14
            5pm
            Kimball Theatre on Merchants Square
            This year's W&M GFF opens with a Valentines Day-themed night, including: Turn Me On, Dammit! presented by lead actress Helene Bergsholm, 24Speed competition films, and a screening of Fast Times at Ridgemont High.
              WMCI China Lecture Series
              Thursday, February 14
              5pm - 6:30pm
              Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332
              WMCI China Lecture Series Professor John Herman Virginia Commonwealth University February 14, 2013 5:00 p.m., Blow Hall 332 Financing Empire in Southwest China: Copper, Land and Local Society, 1650-1750.
                2013 W&M Global Film Festival: "Film & Youth" (DAY 2)
                Friday, February 15
                2pm - 11:55pm
                Kimball Theatre on Merchants Square
                Friday's GFF highlights include the Iranian film Circumstance, a W&M filmmaking showcase, the French film Tomboy co-sponsored with the W&M French and Francophone Film Festival, and a late-night screening of The Fall.
                  Making Muslim Sense of Japan
                  Friday, February 15
                  5:45pm
                  Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Room 1082
                  "Making Muslim Sense of Japan: Anti-Colonial Japanophilia and the Constraints of a Muslim Japanology, c. 1890 - 1930" delivered by Nile Green, UCLA Department of History.
                    The Global Poverty Project presents "1.4 Billion Reasons"
                    Friday, February 15
                    6pm - 8pm
                    Small Hall, Room 110
                    1.4 Billion Reasons is a thought provoking presentation that moves audiences to make simple lifestyle changes. These changes will enable the world's poorest to break the poverty cycle.
                      2013 W&M Global Film Festival: "Film & Youth" (DAY 3)
                      Saturday, February 16
                      12pm - 11:55pm
                      Kimball Theatre on Merchants Square
                      Highlights of Saturday's GFF programming include screenings of skate films This Ain't California and Bones Brigade, Academy Award-nominated Beasts of the Southern Wild (including live video chat with crew members), and Attack the Block.
                        The William & Mary Middle Eastern Music Ensemble in Concert with Simon Shaheen
                        Saturday, February 16
                        7:30pm
                        Williamsburg Library Theatre
                        The William & Mary Middle Eastern Music Ensemble will host guest artist Simon Shaheen for a concert on February 16. Shaheen, an incredibly versatile virtuoso musician, deftly leaps from Arabic to Classical to Jazz styles.
                          2013 W&M Global Film Festival: "Film & Youth" (DAY 4)
                          Sunday, February 17
                          12pm - 9pm
                          Kimball Theatre on Merchants Square
                          On Sunday, the Festival will host a filmmakers' lunch, a "Film & Youth" concert featuring the W&M Wind Symphony, a screening of Le Tableau at the Muscarelle Museum and a closing reception at Andrews Hall.
                            Lecture by Andrew Roddick from McMaster University
                            Wednesday, February 20
                            12pm
                            McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 20
                            Latin American Studies and the Department of Anthropology Present: Communities in Practice in Ancient and Modern Bolivia Reconsidering Style and Social Boundaries Before Tiwanaku
                              Honors Colloquium - Gretchen Nutz, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies & Nina Cavazos, Art History
                              Wednesday, February 20
                              6pm - 7pm
                              Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201
                              Gretchen Nutz and Nina Cavazos present their Honors research in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies and Art History and Religious Studies.
                                Islamic Law and Religious Freedom in Nigeria
                                Thursday, February 21
                                12:50pm - 1:50pm
                                Law School, Room 119
                                Lecture delivered by the 2013 Kraemer Scholar-In-Residence, Dr. Muhammed Tabiu of the Department of Islamic Law at Bayero University in Kano, Nigeria.
                                  Carework and Immigration in Europe
                                  Thursday, February 21
                                  4pm
                                  Washington Hall, Room 201
                                  Lecture by Helma Lutz, Woodrow Wilson Fellow 2012-2013, Sociology Professor and Chair of Women and Gender Studies at Goethe University, Frankfurt.
                                    Love in the Time of Opium: The Centennial of China's Opium War in the Culture of Imperial Japan
                                    Friday, February 22
                                    3pm - 4:30pm
                                    Tyler Hall, Room 102
                                    A public lecture by Dr. Miriam Kingsberg, Assistant Professor of History, University of Colorado at Boulder, author of Moral Nation: Modern Japan and Narcotics in Global History (University of California Press, Forthcoming 2013)
                                      Roy Chan to speak at Bellini Colloquium
                                      Thursday, February 28
                                      3:30pm
                                      Washington Hall, Room 315
                                      Roy Chan, Chinese Studies, will speak on "The People's Heartstrings: Female Sociality, Revolutionary Affect, and Dreams in Zong Pu's Fiction." All are welcome.
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