W&M Summer in Florence (deadline TODAY)
Friday, February 1
All day
Washington Hall
Apply to study abroad in Florence this summer!
    Study Abroad Funding Session
    Friday, February 1
    4pm - 4:45pm
    Andrews Hall, Room 101
    This information session will provide information on funding for study abroad including financial aid and scholarships.
      Finding Cajun, documentary by Prof. Nathan Rabalais
      Saturday, February 2
      2:30pm - 4pm
      Tucker Hall, 127A (Tucker Theater)

      Directed by W&M professor Nathan Rabalais, Finding Cajun (2018) makes its Virginia premiere during the W&M Global Film Festival. The documentary presents a critical perspective on the origin and evolution of Cajun identity. Q&A with director to follow.

      German Studies Lecture Thursday at 4pm
      Thursday, February 7
      4pm - 5:15pm
      Washington Hall

      Didem Uca (ABD at the University of Pennsylvania) will give a talk with the title "'Kennst du das Land?' Transnational Girlhood and the Search for Heimat" this Thursday, Feb. y at 4pm in WASH 315.

        George Ciccariello-Maher presents "The Cunning of Decolonization"
        Thursday, February 7
        5pm - 7pm
        Wren Building, Room 301

        If nothing seems more natural than to resist oppression, why does decolonization often come as a surprise?  Prof. George Ciccariello-Maher theorizes the space where the colonizer's blindspots meet the imperative of the racialized colonial subject.

          An Indian American Doctor?s Story: Cultural Competency & Health Equity by Dr. Natasha Sriraman, MD
          Friday, February 8
          12pm - 1pm
          Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 314

          Dr. Natasha Sriraman's lecture will juxtapose her personal journey as a Doctor and her advocacy for greater education and understanding of the impact of culture, bias, individuality and health literacy in health care.

          Eric Calderwood, Colonial al-Andalus: Spain and the Making of Modern Moroccan culture
          Friday, February 8
          12pm - 1pm
          Washington Hall, Room 201

           Eric Calderwood argue studies how the legacy of medieval Muslim Iberia, known as al-Andalus, served to justify Spain?s colonization of Morocco and also to define the Moroccan national culture that supplanted colonial rule.

          MLL Professors Tandeciarz and Gully receive the 2019 Jefferson Awards
          Friday, February 8
          At Charter Day Ceremony

          MLL is honored to have received both of the 2019 Jefferson Faculty Awards. Tandeciarz is this year's recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Award, and Gully of the Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award. Both will be recognized at the 2019 Charter Day Ceremony.

            The Fine Art of Disagreement & Diplomacy
            Saturday, February 9
            1pm - 2:30pm
            Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

            Hear from Chancellor Robert M. Gates '65, L.H.D. '98 and President Katherine A. Rowe as they discuss the role of higher education in encouraging civil discourse around difficult topics and contrasting viewpoints.

            Pulitzer Center Journalist Jacopo Ottaviani Campus Lecture
            Monday, February 11
            5pm - 6:30pm
            Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

            The Charles Center's seminar on Writing for Public Audiences, in partnership with the Pulitzer Center, will host guest journalist Jacopo Ottaviani. Ottaviani is an ICFJ Knight Fellow and works as Chief Data Officer with Code for Africa.

              Wadie Said, International Dimension of American Criminal Prosecution: Terrorism Prosecutions 
              Thursday, February 14
              12:45pm - 1:50pm
              Law School, Room 124

              Prof. Wadie Said  explores how legal provisions from material support ban to the use of informants suggest that American criminal law enforcement draws on US  international  discourse  for expansive discretion on their prosecutorial activities.


                Sudanese Protest: Teach-In
                Friday, February 15
                5pm - 6:30pm
                Chancellors Hall (formerly Tyler Hall), Room 217

                What is going on in Sudan? Why are there mass protests? Why are we not hearing about it? Come, join, and learn from faculty and Sudanese-American students at William & Mary talk about the Sudanese uprising!  .

                  "Bastions of Freedom, Pockets of Tyranny: the First Amendment in the Twenty-First Century"
                  Monday, February 18
                  12:50pm - 1:50pm
                  Law School, Room 120

                  A moderated panel discussion about media law and freedom of speech, with guest speaker, Nabiha Syed.

                  German Studies Talk
                  Tuesday, February 19
                  4pm - 5:15pm
                  Washington Hall, Room 315

                  Anna Horakova will present on Paradigms of Refuge: Layers of History in Jenny Erpenbeck?s Novel Gehen, ging, gegangen Tuesday, Febrary 19 at 4pm in WASH 315

                    Pre-Med Study Abroad Panel Discussion
                    Wednesday, February 20
                    7pm - 8pm
                    Small Hall, Room 111

                    The Health Careers Club is hosting a Pre-Med Study Abroad Panel to discuss study abroad options for Pre-Med students.

                      2019 WMCI Distinguished Scholar Lecture: "U.S.- China Relations at a Strategic Crossroads"
                      Thursday, February 21
                      4:30pm - 6pm
                      Small Hall, Room 110

                      Join us on Thursday, February 21, from 4:30 - 6:00pm in Small Hall 110 for a lecture from Bonnie Glaser, Senior Adviser for Asia and Director of the China Power Project at the Center for Strategic & International Studies

                      Readings in the Reves Room: Professor Robert Trent Vinson on Albert Luthuli
                      Thursday, February 21
                      Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

                      Hear W&M Faculty Robert Trent Vinson discuss his latest book on Albert Luthuli. Signed copies will be available for purchase and refreshments will be provided.

                      Tepper Lecture Series Talk
                      Thursday, February 21
                      Tucker Hall, 127A

                      ?Poland Today: The Good, the Bad, and the Complicated?

                      WMSURE Language and Study Abroad Workshop: Featuring Dr. Jennifer Gully
                      Friday, February 22
                      12pm - 1pm
                      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 333

                      WMSURE Study Abroad Workshop: Featuring Dr. Jennifer Gully

                      The Art of Forgiveness with Immacul?e Ilibagiza
                      Friday, February 22
                      1pm - 2:30pm
                      Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                      Catholic Campus Ministry presents speaker Immacul?e Ilibagiza to present her story of how she survived the Rwandan Genocide through the power of prayer and forgiveness.

                      Surface Feeling: Moroccan Art and the Politics of Whitewash in the City: lecture by Prof. Pieprzak
                      Friday, February 22
                      3:30pm - 5pm
                      Washington Hall, Room 201

                      "Surface Feeling: Moroccan Art and the Politics of Whitewash in the City": lecture by Prof. Pieprzak (Williams College)

                      GOP Strategist Ana Navarro ? Hunter B. Andrews Distinguished Fellow in American Politics
                      Monday, February 25
                      Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                      Ana Navarro is a well-known Republican strategist and a political analyst for CNN and CNN en Espa?ol. She is also a political contributor on ABC?s The View where she co-hosts one day a week. 


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