"Data Protection as a Human Right," lecture by Visiting Professor Javier Guill
Thursday, November 1
12:50pm - 1:50pm
Law School, Room 141

Visiting Professor Javier Guill?n will present a talk on "Data Protection as a Human Right: Recent Developments in Implementation in the EU and US" on October 25, in room 141, at 12:50 PM.  Free admission and all are welcome.

Lecture on Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture
Friday, November 2
4pm - 5:15pm
Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

Dr. Keith Bell will teach the underlying theories of Chinese Medicine and acupuncture. We will also discuss Chinese Medicine's role in the development of the field of Integrative Medicine.

Study Abroad Open House for W&M Faculty-Led Summer Programs
Wednesday, November 7
11am - 1pm
Sadler Center, Chesapeake A

Learn more about your summer study abroad options.

    "The Past and the Future of Women's Commentary on the Qur'an"
    Thursday, November 8
    4pm - 6pm
    Tucker Hall, 127A

    "The Past and the Future of Women's Commentary on the Qur'an" - Dr. Maria Massi Dakake (George Mason University)

    Building a Militarized Pacific: Asian Migration and Indigeneity on Gu?han (Guam)
    Friday, November 9
    12pm - 1pm
    Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 314

    This lecture will uncover the history of US militarization, the expropriation of Chamorro land, and the migration of Filipino laborers after World War II in Guam.

    "The Coded Gaze: Unmasking Algorithmic Bias" - Joy Buolamwini
    Monday, November 12
    4pm - 6pm

    "The Coded Gaze: Unmasking Algorithmic Bias" - Joy Buolamwini

    100th Anniversary of Women at W&M

    Amateur Riot: Dissent in the Era of Radiation 
    Monday, November 12
    5pm - 6:30pm
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332

    Frank Lopez is a documentary filmmaker and activist. He will present a film and presentation about radical organizing in the aftermath of Fukushima Daichi. 

      Post-socialism in Hong Kong: Zone Urbanism, Urban Horror, and Post-1997 Hong Kong Cinema
      Wednesday, November 28
      5pm - 6:30pm
      Washington Hall, Room 219

      Speaker: Erin Huang (Assistant Professor in East Asian Studies & Comparative Literature, Princeton University)