Judaic Studies Lecture by Yitzhak Melamed,  Johns Hopkins University
Monday, March 2
5pm - 6:15pm
Washington Hall, Room 315

“The Jewish Background of Spinoza, or How Spinoza reads the Bible through Rabbinic Lenses” Monday, March 2, 5:00 p.m. Washington Hall Room 315

Yitzhak Melamed, Johns Hopkins University, conducts seminar on Spinoza
Tuesday, March 3
12:30pm - 2pm
Tucker Hall, Room 222

Seminar: “Omnis determinatio est negatio: Determination, Negation and Self-Negation in Spinoza, Kant, and Hegel” Tuesday, March 3, 12:30-1:50, Tucker 222

George Ciccariello-Maher: Necropolitics and Decoloniality Workshop
Tuesday, March 3
5pm - 8pm

George Ciccariello-Maher will lead a Necropolitics and Decoloniality Workshop for students and faculty.

Argentina Study Abroad Info Session
Wednesday, March 4
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Washington Hall, Room 315

Interested in Human Rights?
Considering spending Fall 2020 in Latin America?
This is THE perfect opportunity for you.

    Luther - der Film
    Wednesday, March 4
    Swem Library
      Movie Night at Hispanic House. "Pelo malo"
      Wednesday, March 4
      8pm - 10pm
      Giles Hall (Randolph Complex), 2nd Floor. Hispanic House

      Join us for our Movie Night at Hispanic House!! (attention, not at Botetourt, at Giles 2nd floor!) PELO MALO (Venezuela).

      Social Media in Politics: A Taiwanese Perspective
      Thursday, March 5
      5pm - 6:30pm
      Tucker Hall, 127A

      Taipei City Councilmember, Lo Chih-Chiang, will explain his pioneering use of social media, and comment on the role of social media in Taiwanese & Cross-Strait politics.

      University Events During COVID-19
      Thursday, March 12 - Friday, July 31
      All locations

      All university-sponsored events scheduled to occur in university facilities or off campus are suspended through at least July 31. Campus remains closed to the public through July 31.  Some events are virtual. Visit the COVID-19 website for the latest.

        Classes Suspended
        Monday, March 16 - Sunday, March 22
        Location not specified

        Classes suspended through March 22. Classes will resume on-line on March 23. 

        For more information, see W&M's COVID-19 updates.

          Register for HISP summer courses!
          Monday, March 16
          Washington Hall

          * Are you considering studying Spanish during the summer?
          * Would you like to fulfill the Foreign Language Proficiency requirement this summer?
          * Would you and your friends like to start a long relationship with Spanish language and Hispanic culture?

            [POSTPONED] Steven Salaita:  Native America and Palestine in an Era of Global Insurgency
            Wednesday, March 18
            6pm - 7:30pm
            Blow Memorial Hall, Room 334

            Steven Salaita presents "Native America and Palestine in an Era of Global Insurgency."  


            A Talk by Mireille Fanon-Mendès France: Reparations and UN resolution Resolution 68-237 (CANCELLED) 
            Monday, March 23
            5pm - 7pm
            Tucker Hall, 127A

            Mireille Fanon-Mendès France, Director of the Franz Fanon Foundation, will discuss the need for reparations of descendants of the trans-Atlantic slave trade within the context of international law. 

            [CANCELED] 15th Annual Student-Faculty Research Conference in European Studies
            Friday, March 27 - Saturday, March 28
            5pm - 12:30pm
            Tucker Hall, 127A

            The 15th Annual Student-Faculty Research Conference in European Studies features Prof. Rita Chin (U. Michigan) on "The Crisis of Multiculturalism in Europe: Historical Lessons for the Present Moment." Students will present papers on migration in Europe.

            Fall priority registration for continuing students
            Monday, March 30 - Thursday, April 2
            Location not specified

            Fall priority registration for continuing students

              [CANCELED] Anne Norton: Intimate Inscriptions: Race, Sex and Labor in the Empire
              Tuesday, March 31
              5pm - 6:30pm
              Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332

              Anne Norton explores the imbrication of race and labor within the persistence of feudalism that resulted in a double enclosure of colonization.  She discusses  Australian artists, whose work seeks for methods for decolonization of the mind.