Spring Break
Saturday, March 2 - Sunday, March 10
Location not specified
    Spanish American Modernism and the Arts of Queer Aging
    Monday, March 11
    5pm - 6pm
    Morton Hall, 140C

    A talk by María del Pilar Blanco (W&M '99) of University of Oxford on the visual and print culture of the of Pan-Latin American modernismo and its complex negotiation of newness and old age.

    Info Session: U.S. Department of State - Diplomat-in-Resident, Kathryn Crockart
    Tuesday, March 12
    4pm - 5pm
    Cohen Career Center, Cohen Presentation Room

    Learn more about the different career paths within the U.S. Department of State and the hiring process for both interns and full-time employees. All students are welcome to attend. 

      Public Talk with Ambassador Tom Shannon, Former Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs
      Tuesday, March 12
      5:15pm - 6:15pm
      Washington Hall, Room 201

      The Global Research Institute is proud to host Ambassador Tom Shannon. More details to come! 

      Frank Shatz, Holocaust Survivor
      Wednesday, March 13
      4pm - 5:30pm
      Tucker Hall, Tucker 127a

      Shatz will be speaking about how he survived the Holocaust and how he reshaped his life, including how he was instrumental in in creating the Reves Center for International Studies at William & Mary.


      Tepper Lecture Series Talk
      Thursday, March 14
      5pm
      Washington Hall, Room 201

      Russia is a country known for rockets and hackers, writers and hockey, but not sexual freedoms. Guest will critically assess transformations in recent Russian culture (since 1991) which have led to the emergence of a new queer visuality.

      Info Session: Peace Corps
      Thursday, March 14
      5pm - 6pm
      Cohen Career Center, Cohen Presentation Room

      Please join our Peace Corps recruiter, Emily Crawford-Block, as she shares their opportunities for William & Mary students.


      Iraq/Afghanistan Case Study: Whole of Government Center of Excellence Spring 2019 Workshop Series
      Tuesday, March 19
      4pm - 6pm
      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 334

      Join us for a workshop series to learn more about the world of national security and interagency cooperation! Next Session March 19!

        "Fata Morgana" film screening and Q&A with Jen Lawhorne
        Tuesday, March 19
        5pm
        Washington Hall, Room 201

        Focusing on the stories of African migrants in Sicily, Fata Morgana looks out to the struggles currently faced by migrants and refugees worldwide.

          Burning Down The Haus: Punk Rock, Revolution and the Fall of the Berlin Wall
          Thursday, March 21
          4pm - 5:30pm
          Andrews Hall, Room 101

          In Burning Down the Haus, Mohr shares the stories of the early punk scene as it formed in East Berlin, as youth formed bands and created sites of resistance.


          Active Measures :  Filmmaker Jack Bryan
          Thursday, March 21
          7:45pm
          Blow Memorial Hall, Room 331

          Filmmaker Jack Bryan suggests that Vladimir Putin is behind a 30-year history of covert political warfare to disrupt and ultimately control world events.

            What the Coming Digital Revolution Means for Social Science Methods
            Friday, March 22
            4pm
            Small Hall, Room 110

            What the Coming Digital Revolution Means for Social Science Methods: A Debate with Stephen Hanson and Andrew Moravcsik

            European Studies faculty-student conference on decolonization
            Friday, March 22 - Saturday, March 23
            4:30pm - 1:30pm
            Tucker Hall, 127A

            Please join us for the European Studies faculty-student conference on decolonization:

            Keynote Address: Friday March 22, 4:30 P.M. in Tucker 127A

            Mia Fuller (UC Berkeley), "Decolonizing Despite Denial: Italy and Its Unfinished Colonial Business"
             


              George Tayloe Ross Address on International Peace by Dr. Anne-Marie Slaughter
              Friday, March 22
              5:30pm
              ISC1 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1127

              The George Tayloe Ross Address on International Peace was established to promote peace by exploring and investigating topics of current interest that affect relations among nations, ranging from international political matters to environmental questions.

                Latin American Student Union Cultural Celebration
                Friday, March 22
                6pm - 8pm
                Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium and Tidewater AB

                LASU will host its annual cultural night! There will be performances held in Commonwealth. We will also be sharing this year's accomplishments at our banquet in Tidewater AB where we will be providing free catered food funded by the CSD!

                Russian Language Olympics
                Saturday, March 23
                10am - 2pm
                McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 20

                W&M annual student Russian language contest

                  Kay Coles James Forum
                  Monday, March 25
                  5pm
                  Mason School of Business, Brinkley Commons

                  Kay Coles James has an extensive background in crafting public policy and leading in nearly every sector of America's economy and will be interviewed by Professor Christine Nemacheck.

                  Interfaith Harmony Week : Importance of Interfaith Dialogue in an Age of Estrangement - Hossein Nasr
                  Monday, March 25
                  7pm - 8pm
                  Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                  Nasr is a professor of Islamic Studies at GW. He is a well-known and highly respected intellectual figure and interfaith speaker, an MIT and Harvard grad, and is known for having led several interfaith summits at Vatican City.

                  Public Talk with Brent Colburn "Breaking Through: Mission Driven Messaging in the Information Age"
                  Tuesday, March 26
                  5pm - 6pm
                  Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

                  Brent Colburn '98 is the current VP for Communications and Public Affairs at Princeton University. 

                  He will be delivering a public talk entitled: "Breaking Through: Mission Driven Messaging in the Information Age". 

                  W&M-St Andrews Joint Degree Programme Symposium
                  Wednesday, March 27 - Friday, March 29
                  Blow Memorial Hall, Boardroom

                  MOBILITIES is a three-day symposium hosted by the St Andrews/William & Mary Joint Degree Programme. 

                  COLL 300 - Selena Fox
                  Wednesday, March 27
                  5pm - 6:30pm
                  Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
                  APIA Lecture Series presents "Let's No One Get Hurt" Reading & Book Signing by Professor Jon Pineda
                  Wednesday, March 27
                  5:30pm - 7pm
                  Swem Library, Ford Classroom

                  Asian & Pacific Islander American Studies (APIA), the Department of English, and Swem Library are proud to present Professor Jon Pineda's new novel "Let's No One Get Hurt." Professor Pineda will read selections from the novel and signing books. 

                  My Journey to Waging Justice: from Combatting HIV/AIDS to Healing the Planet
                  Thursday, March 28
                  5pm
                  Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

                  Join us in the Reves Room to discuss Dr. Paul Zeitz's new book: Waging Justice -- A Doctor's Journey to Speak Truth and Be Bold.

                  "American Islam and the FBI," a public lecture by Dr. Sylvester A. Johnson
                  Thursday, March 28
                  5pm - 6:30pm
                  Blow Memorial Hall, Room 331

                  In this lecture, nationally recognized scholar Sylvester Johnson offers a fascinating portrait of the FBI as a key regulatory agent in American religious life by delving into the FBI’s historical engagement with American Muslims.

                  The Gaza Fixer, a film by Mariam Shahin and George Azar. Q&A with Mariam Shahin (Room Change)
                  Thursday, March 28
                  5pm - 6:30pm
                  Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332

                  The Gaza Fixer is a documentary film about Raed Athamneh, war survivor and trusted news "fixer" to journalists in Gaza, capturing moments of suffering and endurance with remarkable intimacy. Filmmaker Miriam Shahin will be present for Q&A after.

                    Borderless Dreams: Samantha Ramirez-Herrera
                    Thursday, March 28
                    6:30pm
                    Tucker Hall, 127A

                    You are invited to Borderless Dreams: Samantha Ramirez-Herrera taking place during Dreamers Week on March 28th at 6:30pm in Tucker Hall 350. 

                    Jinlan Liu APIA Faculty Endowment Gift Ceremony & "Regulating Modernity in US Occupied Philippines"
                    Friday, March 29
                    12pm - 1:30pm
                    Morton Hall, Room 314

                    APIA proudly welcomes Ms. Jinlan Liu who will endow APIA's first ever endowment for faculty research. After, Harvard's Dr. Genevieve Clutario will lecture on what may be the creation of the fashion sweat shop industry during US Empire in the Philippines.

                    Third Annual Global Innovation Challenge @ William & Mary (WMGIC III)
                    Friday, March 29 - Saturday, March 30
                    5pm - 4pm
                    Tyler Hall

                    WMGIC III is a case competition, which recruits teams of students from all majors to pitch proposals concerning relevant global challenges scheduled for 3/29 and 3/30. Register here: bit.ly/WMGICIII.  Cash prizes of at least $850 will be awarded! 

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