Film Screening "Exporting Raymond" (2010).
Tuesday, September 3
5pm
Washington Hall, Room 301

A documentary on Phil Rosenthal's experiences during the making of "Voroniny," the Russian-language version of "Everybody Loves Raymond".

    Oxford Study Abroad Information Session
    Tuesday, September 10
    6pm - 7pm
    Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

    Learn how you can study at Oxford!

      Kashmir: History and Politics, presented by Dr. Chitralekha Zutshi
      Wednesday, September 11
      5pm - 7pm
      The Empire Ballroom at The Jefferson Hotel / Richmond, VA

      This lecture will address the complex history and recent developments of the Kashmir dispute in the midst of tense India and Pakistan relations as well as a very diverse Kashmiri people.

      Film Screening "Extraordinary Adventures of Italians in Russia"
      Thursday, September 12
      5pm
      Washington Hall, Room 305

      The story begins in a hospital in Rome, Italy, where an elderly lady, originally an immigrant from Russia, is on her deathbed. 

        Nadia Abu El-Haj: “Listening to War (Stories): Therapeutic Citizenship and the Violence of Empire” 
        Tuesday, September 17
        5pm - 7pm
        Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332

        Prof. Nadia Abu El-Haj (Anthropology,  Barnard College and Columbia University,  Co-Director of the Center for Palestine Studies)  talks explores the field of military psychiatry and public understandings of the trauma of American soldiers.


          Tepper Lecture Series: Stalin's Master Narrative
          Thursday, September 19
          5pm
          Tucker Hall, 127A

          David Brandenberger (Professor of History, University of Richmond) reveals for the first time the enormous role that Stalin played in the "Master Narrative" of the USSR between 1938 and 1956.

          The Future of American Foreign Policy: Primacy vs. Restraint
          Thursday, September 19
          7:30pm - 9pm
          Sadler Center, Tidewater A

          The Alexander Hamilton Society, John Quincy Adams Society, and Global Research Institute present the first annual AHS/JQAS debate. Guest speakers will debate the following: should America seek primacy or restraint? See description for speaker bios. 

           


          The Fail-Forward Logic of Settler Colonialism: Statehood and Hawai’i
          Friday, September 20
          12pm - 1pm
          Morton Hall, Room 321

           Dean Itsuji Saranillio , Associate Professor of Social & Cultural Analysis at New York University will give a talk titled: "The Fail-Forward Logic of Settler Colonialism: Statehood and Hawai’i"

            Smoke and Mirrors: The Politics of Racecraft
            Monday, September 23
            7pm
            Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Brinkley Commons

             Dr. Karen Fields and Dr. Barbara Fields, authors of Racecraft: The Soul of Inequality in American Life, to hold an insightful presentation and conversation on moving forward together. This program is apart of the 400th Anniversary Commemoration.

            Author of "In the Distance" Hernan Diaz will be visiting W&M
            Wednesday, September 25
            7pm - 8pm
            Tucker Hall, 127A

            Patrick Hayes Series Presents: HERNAN DIAZ is the author of Borges, between History and Eternity

            Chinese Flute Solo Concert
            Friday, September 27
            7:30pm - 8:30pm
            Ewell Hall, Recital Hall

            Experience the captivating sound of the Chinese Flute as performed by Jie Hou in Ewell Hall on September 27th, 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm!