The Crisis of Global Liberalism in Open Societies
Tuesday, November 5
2pm - 3:30pm
Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

Reset DOC and Reset Dialogues in partnership with William & Mary present a roundtable discussion about the uncertain future of liberal democracy.

Film: Il Capitale Umano (Human Capital)
Tuesday, November 5
4pm
Swem Library, Botetourt Screening Room

In Milan, a waiter cycling home from working at a prestigious private school's gala is hit by a car. The driver flees, leaving the waiter lying in the street badly injured. The next day, two well-known families' lives are connected by the incident.

Study Abroad Open House for W&M Faculty-Led Summer Programs
Wednesday, November 6
11am - 1pm
Sadler Center, Chesapeake BC

Learn more about your summer study abroad options.

University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law Visit
Wednesday, November 6
7pm - 8pm
Tyler Hall, Room 219

Associate Director of Admissions at University of Maryland Carey School of Law  will meet wit interested students to discuss applications, personal statements, and the Carey School of Law.

    DC Metro - Discussion with Professor Monica Seger
    Thursday, November 7
    6pm - 8pm
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace | 1779 Massachusetts Ave. NW | Washington, DC 20036

    The night before the annual Evening at the Embassy, join alumni, family and friends for a deeper dive into the W&M Italian Studies department.

    Workshop with Professor Jeffrey Herf, Distinguished University Professor, University of Maryland
    Friday, November 8
    12pm - 1pm
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332

    Professor Jeffrey Herf, Distinguished University Professor of History at the University of Maryland, will do a workshop on his books Divided Memory and Undeclared Wars with Israel on Friday

    Lecture by Professor Jeffrey Herf, Distinguished University Professor, University of Maryland
    Friday, November 8
    4pm - 5:30pm
    Washington Hall, Room 201

    Professor Jeffrey Herf, Distinguished University Professor of History at the University of Maryland, will give a public lecture on "Germany and Jewish Questions in the Revolution and Unification of 1989-1990--and Since"

    DC Metro - Evening at the Embassy
    Friday, November 8
    6pm - 8pm
    The Embassy of Italy | 3000 Whitehaven St. NW | Washington, DC 20008

    Join us for a D.C. Metro Alumni Chapter tradition!

    30 Jahre Mauerfall - Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall
    Saturday, November 9
    2pm - 8pm
    Pleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), German House, 3rd Floor

    30 Jahre Mauerfall - Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

    Public Lecture: "Transnational Networks of (Anti-) LGBTI+ Activism in Taiwan"
    Thursday, November 14
    5pm - 6:20pm
    Washington Hall, Room 301

    In 2019, Taiwan became the first nation in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage. This talk explores the development of both pro-gay and anti-gay activism in contemporary Taiwan behind the celebratory note.

    ART FILM FRIDAY: Bauhaus Spirit
    Friday, November 15
    5:30pm - 7:30pm
    Tucker Hall, Tucker Hall Theatre

     

    Take a Gastronomic Tour of the World for International Education Week
    Monday, November 18 - Friday, November 22
    Commons Dining Hall

    The Reves Center and W&M Dining Services join forces to bring you a week of global culinary experiences!

    Film: Pranzo di Ferragosto (Mid-August Lunch)
    Monday, November 18 - Friday, November 22
    4pm - 6pm
    Swem Library, Botetourt Theatre

    An utterly charming tale of good food, feisty ladies and unlikely friendships during a very Roman holiday.

    Christine Marran Lecture, "Biotropes: Interpreting the Nonhuman World in Japanese Literature"
    Thursday, November 21
    5pm - 6:30pm
    James Blair Hall, Room 223

    Christine Marran, University of Minnesota, discusses how reading for "biotropes" highlights the role of nonhuman entities in texts. She will discuss how particular approaches to storytelling highlight the material world to perform a critique of culture. 

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