"Being Muslim: Women of Color in American Islam"
Tuesday, April 2
12:30pm - 1:50pm
Ewell Hall, Recital, 107

The Department of Religious Studies presents: The Hans Tiefel lecture in Religion & Ethics "Being Muslim: Women of Color in American Islam," a public lecture by Sylvia Chan-Malik.


National Security Today through 2028: Women Leading the Next Decade
Thursday, April 4
8am - 12pm
Sadler Center, Chesapeake A

As part of our spring workshop series, please join us for 2nd Annual Whole of Government National Security Conference - National Security Today through 2028: Women Leading the Next Decade

Meetup: Doug Mercado '85' - International Humanitarianism
Thursday, April 4
4pm - 5pm
Cohen Career Center, Cohen Presentation Room

Alumnus Doug Mercado shares his 28 years of leadership and management experience in international humanitarian assistance, refugee affairs and post-crisis recovery, and offers insights and advice to W&M students looking at this career path.

What Sharia means for American Muslims & American Rule of Law: Kraemer Scholar-in-Residence Lecture
Thursday, April 4
5pm
Tucker Hall, 127A

Professor Asifa Quraishi-Landes  is William & Mary's 2019 Kraemer Middle East Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence. 

Kraemer Distinguished Middle East Scholar Asifa Quraishi-Landes: Islamic Family Law in U.S. Courts
Friday, April 5
12:50pm - 1:50pm
Law School, Room 124

 Kraemer Distinguished Middle East Scholar  Asifa Quraishi-Landes will present a lecture "Islamic Family Law in U.S. Courts: How the Anti-Sharia Campaign is Wrong - and Right."  Admission is free and all are welcome.

To See and to Tell a Revolution: On Going (and Not Going) to China in the Long Sixties
Monday, April 8
3:30pm
Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

A lecture with special guest Fabio Lanza, Professor, History and East Asian Studies, University of Arizona. Sponsored by the W&M Department of History, the Reves Center for International Studies, and the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Program.

Culture Interrupted: The Pursuit of Looted Art & Antiquities (A Muscarelle Explorations Event)
Monday, April 8
6pm - 7pm
Law School, Room 120

Presenters: L. Eden Burgess, Partner, Cultural Heritage Partners, and Olga Symeonoglu, Associate, Cultural Heritage Partners. Free to Muscarelle Members, W&M Students, Faculty, and Staff.   Non-Members: $5. Sign up begins March 25.

Whole of Government: National Security Council Visit
Wednesday, April 10
All day
Washington DC

Whole of Government Center of Excellence Spring 2019 Workshop Series: National Security Council Visit. Join us for a workshop series to learn more about the world of national security and interagency cooperation! 

    Street Art from the Indian Ocean: a discussion with Kid Kreol & Boogie
    Wednesday, April 10
    4pm - 5pm
    Washington Hall, Room 201

    Prof. Compan (Associate Professor of French & Francophone Studies) will present the work of two street artists from the Reunion Island: Kid Kreol and Boogie.
    Followed by a Q&A with the two artists.


    COLL 300 - Setsuko Thurlow
    Wednesday, April 10
    5pm - 6:30pm
    Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
    Britain After Brexit
    Thursday, April 11
    4pm - 5:30pm
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

    David Melding is an Assembly Member of the National Assembly in Cardiff, Wales. David is a former manager of the Carers National Association in Wales and a former Deputy Director of the Welsh Centre for International Affairs. 

    Book Launch & Talk by Berhanu Abegaz
    Thursday, April 11
    5pm
    Reves Center for International Studies, The Reves Room

    Join us for another Book Launch & Talk: International Perspectives from W&M Faculty. Hear from W&M Professor of Economics Berhanu Abegazon speak on his new book, A Tributary Model of State Formation: Ethiopia, 1600-2015.

    Intersectional Invisibility in Mass Media: Asian Men, Black Women, and Gendered Racial Stereotypes
    Friday, April 12
    12pm - 1pm
    Morton Hall, Room 314

    APIA Banh Mi Lecture Series presents the research of Professor Monika Gosin and Professor Joanna Schug as they interrogate the media portrayal of Asian men and Black women in popular mass media. Banh Mi (Vietnamese Sandwiches) served to first 30 guests.

    MLL Undergraduate Research Showcase
    Friday, April 12
    2pm - 4pm
    Washington Hall, Room 201

    Seniors and Rising Seniors in Modern Languages and Literatures present their research projects.

    Art Film Friday: Woman in Gold
    Friday, April 12
    5:30pm - 7:30pm
    Tucker Hall, Tucker Theater
    Delta Phi Alpha 2019 Induction Ceremony
    Saturday, April 13
    4pm - 4:30pm
    Giles Hall (Randolph Complex), BBQ Area

    In a formal ceremony, our new members will be inducted into the National German Honor Society.

    Gamma Kappa Alpha Induction Ceremony
    Monday, April 15
    2:30pm - 3:30pm
    Washington Hall, Room 315

    Join us as we celebrate the new members of Gamma Kappa Alpha, the National Italian Honor Society that recognizes outstanding undergraduate scholarship in the field of Italian Studies.

    PBK Visiting Scholar Lecture: William Chester Jordan on "The First Crusade and Jewish Martyrdom"
    Monday, April 15
    4:30pm - 6pm
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

    Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar Prof. William Chester Jordan lectures on "The First Crusade and Jewish Martyrdom"  on Monday, April 15th at 4:30 p.m. in Blow Memorial Hall 201.

    Screening of The Liberators
    Monday, April 15
    7:30pm - 8:30pm
    Williamsburg Regional Library
    Visualizing Latinidad: A talk by Puerto Rican Artist Bibiana Suárez
    Tuesday, April 16
    5pm - 6:30pm
    Washington Hall, Room 201

    Lecture by visiting Puerto Rican artist Bibiana Suarez.

    Geneva One Tribe One Day 
    Tuesday, April 16
    6:30pm - 8:30pm
    Bogie's Bar | Hotel Royal 41 Rue De Lausanne Geneva, Switzerland

      Hang out with fellow alumni and friends in Geneva for the boldest One Tribe One Day ever.

    Book Talk: The Robotic Imaginary: The Human and the Price of Dehumanized Labor
    Wednesday, April 17
    5pm - 6:30pm
    Washington Hall, Room 315

    Professor Jennifer Rhee's book talk entitled The Robotic Imaginary: The Human and the Price of Dehumanized Labor (Minnesota University Press, 2018) will be held on 17 April 2019, Wednesday, at 5:00-6:30 p.m. in Washington Hall Room 315. 

      "Fashion Industry in the Philippines Under American Colonial Occupation" by Dr. Genevieve Clutario
      Friday, April 19
      10am - 10:50am
      Morton Hall, Room 20

      Harvard University's Dr. Genevieve Clutario will lecture on her research findings on the fashion industry in American colonized Philippines.

      Sudan Spring: How Nonviolent Resistance Toppled Sudan's Ruler &  Why the Revolution Continues 
      Friday, April 19
      4:30pm - 6pm
      Tyler Hall, Room 133

       Presented by: Amna Baloul, W&M Class of 2020, Saja Ibrahim, W&M Class of 2021, and Phil Roessler, Associate Professor of Government and Co-Director of CAD

      Friday, April 19th 4:00pm in Tyler 133

      Popcorn & Cookies included

        UN Chinese Language Day
        Saturday, April 20
        4pm - 6pm
        Preston Hall (Randolph Complex), 1st Floor

        Drop by to enjoy Chinese snacks and games as we celebrate International United Nations Chinese Language Day!

        Adaptations of Sephardic Melodies in Differing Contexts
        Monday, April 22
        11am
        Ewell Hall, Recital Hall

        Shana Merker's Senior Presentation

        David Eng, AMES Distinguished Keynote Lecture:  (Gay) Panic Attack: Coming Out in a Colorblind Age
        Monday, April 22
        5:15pm - 7pm
        Blow Memorial Hall, Room 331

        David Eng (English, University of Pennsylvania) is the 2019 AMES Distinguished Keynote Lecturer. He will explore the psychic structures  of "colorblindness"  through the experiences of a series of gay, Asian male millennials in North America.

          Emerging Scholars Series: Madeleine Gunter Bassett, "The Archaeology of Islam in the Horn of Africa"
          Wednesday, April 24
          2pm - 3pm
          Stryker Center, Boundary Street

          Madeleine Gunter Bassett, doctoral candidate in Anthropology, will present "The Archaeology of Islam in the Horn of Africa"
          Refreshments to follow.

          RESCHEDULED: The Rape of Europa
          Wednesday, April 24
          5:30pm - 7:30pm
          Tucker Hall, Tucker Theater
          Student Walk-In Clinic for HPV Vaccine (Gardasil-9)
          Friday, April 26
          10am - 4pm
          McLeod Tyler Wellness Center, Student Health Service (by the water wall)

          Did you know that there is a vaccine against multiple cancers?

          The William & Mary Student Health Center is hosting a Gardasil-9 vaccination clinic for students on 26 April 2019.

          Please bring your insurance card.

            

            Russian Music Ensemble Concert 
            Saturday, April 27
            6pm
            Ewell Hall, Recital Hall (Rm 107)
            Visiting International Scholar Panel
            Monday, April 29
            12pm - 1:30pm
            School of Education

            The Visiting Scholar Panel discussion will include presentations by three visiting scholars from China at the School of Education. Please join us as we learn about global perspectives on and opportunities in K-12 education and higher education.

            Hulusi Workshop   
            Monday, April 29 - Wednesday, May 22
            5:10pm - 6:10pm
            Rowe House

            Come learn how to play the hulusi, an ancient instrument from southern China!

            WMCI Summer 2019 Community Courses
            Monday, April 29 - Thursday, August 1
            5:10pm - 6:10pm
            Rowe House

            Join us this summer for fun and engaging community courses!

            Chinese Calligraphy Class
            Tuesday, April 30 - Thursday, May 23
            5:10pm - 6:10pm
            Rowe House

            Learn the ancient art of Chinese calligraphy with the Confucius Institute!    

            Chinese Flute Workshop
            Tuesday, April 30 - Thursday, May 23
            5:10pm - 6:10pm
            Rowe House

            Come learn how to play the di, a Chinese flute with thousands of years of history!

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