Application Deadline: NCUSAR D.C. Summer Internship Program
Friday, March 1
All day
Location not specified
The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations' Washington, DC Summer Internship Program offers undergraduate and graduate students a ten-week professional, academic, and career opportunity internship in the nation's capital.
    Application Deadline: National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations Fellowships
    Friday, March 1
    All day
    Location not specified
    Washington, D.C. Summer Internship Program. June 3, 2013 - August 9, 2013.
      When More Is Less: Is the Global Diffusion of Social Media Clouding Our Vision of World Affairs?
      Wednesday, March 13
      4pm
      Andrews Hall, Room 101
      Annual McSwain-Walker Lecture, delivered by Dr. Rudra Sil, Professor of Political Science and Co-Director, Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business, University of Pennsylvania.
        Chinese Classes in Summer 2013
        Thursday, March 21 - Tuesday, May 28
        TBD
        Elementary and intermediate level Chinese classes will be offered in the summer of 2013! Registration is already started.
          Language and Space in Mopan Maya: A talk by Eve Danziger, UVa (Thursday, Blow 201, 3:30 pm)
          Thursday, March 21
          3:30pm - 5pm
          Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201
          On Thursday, 21 March, Eve Danziger will share new research on linguistic relativity and cultural concepts of space. Join us in Blow 201 at 3:30 for her talk, "What's 'That'? Pointing gestures and culture-specific spatial conceptualization in Mopan Maya."
            Past as Tradition, Past as History
            Thursday, March 21
            5pm
            James Blair Hall, Room 206
            "Past as Tradition, Past as History: Sanskrit Narratives in Kashmir's Persian Historical Tradition, 17th-19th centuries" delivered by Chitralekha Zutshi, William & Mary Department of History.
              Professor Irina Paperno Lecture: How We Used to Live: Survivors of the Soviet regime"
              Thursday, March 21
              5pm
              Washington Hall, Room 201
              On Thursday, March 21st, Professor Irina Paperno (U. of California) will be giving a talk entitled, "How We Used to Live: Survivors of the Soviet regime." The talk will be held in Washington 201, from 5-6 p.m.
                Lecture "How We Used to Live: Survivors of the Soviet regime"
                Thursday, March 21
                5pm - 6pm
                Washington Hall, Room 201
                Professor Irina Paperno (U of California, Berkeley) Lecture "How We Used to Live: Survivors of the Soviet regime remember their everyday lives, in memoirs, diaries, blogs."
                  Secular Histories, Saintly Returns: Death and Devotion in Modern Turkey
                  Friday, March 22
                  3pm
                  Tyler Hall, Room 102
                  Keynote address of the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (AMES) Senior Student Conference.
                    Formations & Transformations in Asia and the Middle East
                    Saturday, March 23
                    8:30am - 12:45pm
                    ISC1 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1127
                    First Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (AMES) Senior Student Conference.
                      Russian Olympics
                      Saturday, March 23
                      12pm - 4pm
                      McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 20
                      Saturday, March 23, 12:00 - 4:00 pm, McGlothlin 20 Students of different levels will compete in a variety of events connected with Russian language and culture.
                        Film: Sita Sings the Blues
                        Sunday, March 24
                        8pm
                        Ewell Hall, Swem Music Library
                        A unique film combining animation and music to tell the tale of Sita, Hinduism's princess of the Earth.
                          Lecture, Colette Rausch: Democratic Change in Libya and Burma
                          Thursday, March 28
                          12:50pm - 1:50pm
                          Law School, Room 127
                          Colette Rausch will speak on Democratic Change in Libya and Burma on March 28 at 12:50 p.m. in room 127 at the Law School. Free and all are welcome. Guest of Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Justice Program.
                            Tara Ghoshal Wallace will speak on To One Thing Constant: The Passion of Pope's Eloisa
                            Thursday, March 28
                            5pm
                            Tyler Hall, Room 201
                            Tara Ghoshal Wallace, The George Washington University, will speak on "'To One Thing Constant': The Passion of Pope's Eloisa" Thurs., March 28, at 5 p.m. in Tyler 201.
                              Concert by the Russian folk group, 'Zolotoj pl'os'
                              Thursday, March 28
                              7pm
                              Andrews Hall, Room 101
                              Thursday, March 28, 7:00 pm, Andrews 101 http://www.zolotoj-plyos.com/
                                Russian Folk Music Concert
                                Thursday, March 28
                                7pm
                                Andrews Hall, Room 101
                                Russian Folk Music ZOLOTOI PLYOS The group's repertoire includes folk songs and instrumental selections from various areas in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.
                                  Mellon Faculty Fellows Reception
                                  Friday, March 29
                                  3pm - 5:30pm
                                  Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room
                                  Reception for Mellon Faculty Fellows in Global Studies and Africana Studies. Open to the public.
                                    TEDx at William & Mary
                                    Saturday, March 30
                                    2pm
                                    Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Brinkley Commons
                                    One hundred of William & Mary's most impassioned TEDx fans will come together on March 30 at 2PM for an evening of networking and dialogue surrounding the ways the William & Mary community has been on the forefront of innovation since 1693.
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