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"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.

Book Launch & Discussion: Transforming Relationships through Face-to-Face Diplomacy
Thursday, November 1
5pm - 6:30pm
Tucker Hall, 127A

Join us for book launch and discussion of Face-to-Face Diplomacy: Social Neuroscience and International Relations by Prof. Marcus Holmes!

Hauben Distinguished Lecture: Dr. Deborah Loewenberg Ball
Thursday, November 1
6pm - 7:30pm
School of Education
Hauben Distinguished Lecture by Dr. Deborah Loewenberg Ball: (How) Can Teaching Disrupt Racism and Oppression? 
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.

Marshall-Wythe Lecture in Legal History: Professor Catharine MacMillan, King's College, London
Tuesday, November 6
12:50pm - 1:50pm
Law School, Room 127

Catharine MacMillan, who holds the Chair in Private Law at the Dickson Poon School of Law at King?s College London, will deliver a lecture titled ?Personal Networks and the Transference of Legal Ideas: the Trans-Atlantic Career of Judah P. Benjamin.? 

Italians of Egypt (documentary)
Tuesday, November 6
3pm - 5pm
Washington Hall, Room 315

The Italians of Egypt is a documentary (2012) made by Ramona Di Marco and Sherif Fathy salem.

It recounts the story of the Italian community in Egypt which reached its prestige peak in the 1930s until Italy took part in World War II.

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.

    Peace Corps Application Workshop
    Wednesday, November 7
    4pm - 5pm
    Cohen Career Center, Presentation Rooms A&B

    Make your application stand out from the rest. Attend this workshop to learn how to browse Volunteer openings, find the right program, and strengthen your application.

      Scholarship on Display: Africana Studies Reception
      Wednesday, November 7
      5pm - 6:30pm
      Swem Library, Entrance Gallery
      Multilingual Aesthetics in the Transnational Bildungsroman
      Thursday, November 8
      3:30pm - 5pm
      Washington Hall, Room 201

      ?In der Fremdsprache haben W?rter keine Kindheit?: Multilingual Aesthetics in the Transnational Bildungsroman.

      "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
      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.

      Middle Eastern Music Ensemble  with Special Guest A?cha Redouane and Habib Yammine
      Saturday, November 10
      Ewell Hall, Recital Hall (Rm 107)

      Women and Conflict Constitutions
      Monday, November 12
      3:30pm - 6pm
      Law School, Room 141

      Hosted by the Law School's Center for Comparative Legal Studies & Post-Conflict Peacebuilding with support from the Reves Center. Admission is free and all are welcome.

      "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

      ?Leave the gun, take the cannoli?: The Mafia as a Problem of Daily Life
      Monday, November 12
      Tucker Hall, 127A

      Prof. Dainotto (Duke) looks at historical attempts to imagine gangster cinema, against Hollywood?s mythologies, as the epics of the contrast between routine existence and change.

      Fantastic and Fairy Tale Movie Week
      Monday, November 12 - Sunday, November 18
      7pm - 7pm
      Various Language Houses in the Randolph Complex

      The Language Houses of W&M present a week of fantastic and fairy tale movies!

      Athens W&M Summer Program Info Session
      Tuesday, November 13
      4pm - 5pm
      Morton Hall, Room 340

      Learn how to spend your summer in Athens!

        Anti-Semitism and Racism in America after Pittsburgh: A Community Conversation
        Wednesday, November 14
        3:30pm - 5pm
        Wren Chapel

        Come and reflect with us as a community on anti-Semitism and racism in America, particularly in light of the recent shooting at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.  Comments by expert panelists, followed by an open conversation with the audience.

        Tent of Nations
        Thursday, November 15
        7pm - 9pm
        Tucker Hall, 127A

        Tent of Nations (TON) is a peace and education center at an educational and environmentally conscious farm in Israel that seeks to build bridges between people and land.

        Seminar on Intellectual Property: The Branding of the American Mind by Jacob Rooksby 
        Friday, November 16
        2pm - 3:30pm
        Blow Memorial Hall, Board of Visitors Room, 3rd floor

        Multi-disciplinary seminar on how universities leverage intellectual property

        Communication, Search & Mobile Phones: an Experiment in Tanzania by Dr. Jenny Aker
        Friday, November 16
        3:30pm - 5pm
        Tyler Hall, Room 219

        Join us on Friday, Nov. 16 at 3:30 pm in Tyler 219 to learn about development economics in Africa from expert Dr. Jenny Aker of Tufts University.

        Santiago de Compostela Study Abroad Info Session
        Monday, November 19
        Morton Hall, Room 303

        Learn about this unique study abroad program to Santiago de Compostela!

          Thanksgiving Break (no classes, offices closed)
          Wednesday, November 21 - Sunday, November 25
          Location not specified

          Thanksgiving Break (no classes, offices closed)

            Classes resume from Thanksgiving Break
            Monday, November 26
            All day
            Location not specified

            Classes resume from Thanksgiving Break

              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)

              Diversity Series Featuring Jenny Currin of the Philippines 
              Wednesday, November 28
              5pm - 7pm
              Sadler Center, Dining hall

              Diversity Series Featuring Jenny Currin from the Philippines 

                South-South Development and Mismatched Expectations: Indian Capital Flows to Africa
                Thursday, November 29
                ISC1 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1127

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