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A meet-and-greet event to connect with fellow law students interested in international law and distinguished professors who teach diverse areas of international law.
Are you interested in studying international relations? Do you have questions about the International Relations major?
A Film Screening and Panel Discussion Featuring Diya Bose, Assistant Professor of GSWS/SOCL, Vivian Hamilton, Professor of Law and Rev. Charles Bauer, Chaplain, Episcopal Church at W&M
The Asian Centennial presents: Nationalism in Asia a talk by Professor Maya J. Tudor, Blavatnik School of Government Oxford University
You won't want to miss this opportunity to reconnect with friends and celebrate alma mater.
Join W&M's Institute for Integrative Conservation (IIC) for an engaging open house to learn about our work to cultivate an inclusive community of leaders to solve global conservation challenges.
"Sacred 'Manumissions' and Sanctuaries" title of our Annual Lee Lecture to be given by Professor Elizabeth Meyer , University of Virginia.
Former National Football League player Reggie Williams will read from his memoir “Resilient by Nature.”
The Global Research Institute, the Reves Center for International Studies, and the Department of Modern Languages and Literature will host a career panel on October 7 at 6 pm on the third floor of GRI, 427 Scotland Street.
Virtual networking event for current and past W&M Chinese Program students and faculty.
Using incidents reported to Stop AAPI Hate, Professor Jeung discusses the nationwide trends in anti-Asian racism, their causes, and their historic roots. He then shares how the Asian American community is resisting this racism and what gains we have made.
Dr. Allison Mickel will give the Anthropology Homecoming talk entitled: "The Invisible Experts of Middle Eastern Archaeology: In Stories, Networks, and Visions." Please email [[jdcarlson]] for Zoom link.
"Who Needs Russian? We All Do!"
Spencer Small '16, Ph.D. candidate, Yale University
Annual RPSS Homecoming Talk
Stop by in our Zoom Room to say hi!
The French and Francophone Studies program and the Hispanic Studies program are hosting a breakfast to welcome our Alumni back to campus and to celebrate our 2020 graduates.
The Economics Department, Government Department, International Relations Program, and Public Policy Program will host a get-together over coffee and pastries on Saturday, October 9, from 10:00 am–12:00 pm.
Reconnect during a pre-game tailgate with the APIM, representing Asian-Pacific Islander-Middle Eastern/Southwest Asian alumni. We will gather outside of the newly renovated Alumni House for great food, good music and an all-around great time!
Join the German Studies Program for our traditional Oktoberfest BBQ. Meet new students and alums!
Join us to see old friends and enjoy a conversation with Japanese Studies alum Anastasia Rivera, former Assistant Language Teacher in the JET Program, for Yamagata Prefecture in the T?hoku Region.
Annual Homecoming gathering for the alumni of the Russian and Post-Soviet Studies program.
As part of the Cohen Career Center's "I wish that I had known..." series, the Institute for Integrative Conservation will be hosting an information session for undergraduate students about the year-long Conservation Research Program in 2022.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, join the School of Education for a panel discussion focused on the experiences of Latine/o/x individuals and/or advocates in K-12 and higher education settings.
Asian Centennial Distinguished Theater Arts Fellow and Class of 1939 Visiting Artist Rinabeth Apostol of San Francisco premieres an original solo cabaret exploring the Filipino diaspora in America through song and dance. Directed by Francis Tanglao Aguas.
Learn more about the two W&M faculty-led study abroad programs in Prague this summer.
"Perspectives on the Linguistic Sign: Sound Symbolism in English and Arabic"
Also streamed on Zoom
CNN host and best-selling author Fareed Zakaria will be the featured speaker for CHINA Town Hall 2021, a national conversation on how the U.S.-China relationship affects our cities, towns, and communities. Livestream followed by W&M Zoom discussion.
Classes resume from Fall Break
Dr. Fernando Galeana Rodriguez will explore the intersection of conservation and politics in the Honduran Mosquitia. Please email [[jdcarlson]] for Zoom link.
British novelist Nicola Barker will be joining the Hayes Series via Crowdcast on Oct. 21st at 5pm.
Information Session with Friends Committee on National Legislation
Join us to celebrate the installation of the exhibit, "The Asian Centennial at William & Mary: Pu Kao Chen 1923" curated by Sumie Yotsukura '22 and assisted by Brian Zhao '23. An opening reception will be held on Friday, Oct. 22 from 4-5 p.m. in Swem.
Come watch the screening of Rhadem Musawah’s latest film, “BUDJANG”, this Friday (10/22), at 5 pm in Blow 201.
A fun celebration of Japanese culture and the coming of fall in the Crim Dell Meadow from 4-7pm on Sunday, October 24th! There will be free food, games and activities, performances, and more!
“Protest, Threat Dimensions, and the Repression of Women’s Rights,” presented by Dr. Emily Hencken Ritter.
Join W&M and UVA faculty for a panel discussion on sustainability abroad on OCTOBER 26 at 4pm. This event is open to all students, faculty and staff. Register here.
Okinawa has played a disproportionate role hosting U.S. military facilities, leading to numerous difficulties. Mr. Satoshi Uechi, Director, Okinawa Prefecture Washington D.C. Office, will share Okinawans’ views on these matters and recent developments.
Join us to learn more about the Japanese Studies Major and Minor, study abroad, courses for Spring, and more! Snacks provided. Event will be held both in-person and over Zoom. Please RSVP for in-person.
The Javaad Alipoor Company presents
Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran
Written by Javaad Alipoor
Co-Created by Javaad Alipoor and Kirsty Housley