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This session is open to all interested students, especially graduating seniors and graduate students interested in earning a master's degree in public policy at W&M.
Join the Human Security Law Center in welcoming Arthur Traldi, International Criminal Prosecutor, who will be speaking about potential changes in U.S. atrocity crime policy under the Biden administration. Zoom: https://cwm.zoom.us/j/96732910046
Learn conversation starters and strategies to help families have meaningful conversations about race with Professor Natoya Haskins from W&M's School of Education.
Prof. Twomney (Saint Lawrence U.) will speak on "Othering Blackness: Ideas of Racial Difference in Medieval & Early Modern Europe'
Monday, February 8, 2:00-3:20 pm
Welcome back everyone! Join us on 2/10 at 4PM for the first virtual seminar of 2021 presented by PhD student Teri Oehmke from UC Berkeley with a seminar on fluid mechanics (full title next page) | Click the event title to contact Brent Owens to attend!
Join WMCI for a virtual event celebrating the Lunar New Year on Wednesday, February 10!
Decolonization is not a Metaphor
Faculty Discussion, Zoom.
This open and non-structured space has been established for W&M students who identify as questioning, transgender, non-binary, gender queer, gender-nonconforming and are interested in connecting with others with similar identities/shared experiences.
The Alumni Medallion is the highest and most prestigious award the Alumni Association can bestow on a graduate of William & Mary.
On February 16th at 7pm Department of Defense recruiter, James Dillon, will lead a workshop on how to improve your chances of obtaining one of the DoD’s dozens of internships, fellowships, and permanent positions. Read more and REGISTER here
A conversation with philosopher and essayist Susan Neiman on her book Learning from the Germans: Race and the Memory of Evil, published in 2019, which asks what Americans can learn from Germans about confronting the evils of the past.
The Untethered, a troupe of BIPOC Theatre alumni, present their new work in "Homecoming”. This never-before-seen live online event series features performances of song, dance, spoken word and monodrama.
How are pandemics like COVID linked to conservation, equity, and governance?
What has changed in the last four years in the U.S., in Germany, and in their relationship with each other? How do we account for the rise of right-wing political groups in both Germany and the U.S.
We are taught not to discuss sex, religion, or politics, but what we should have been taught was how to discuss sex, religion, and politics, especially in the workplace. No one likes conflict.
Decolonization is not a Metaphor: Faculty Discussion with Modern Language and Literature Dept.
We will discuss Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang. “Decolonisation is Not a Metaphor" and Patrick Wolfe, “Settler Colonialism and the Elimination of the Native."
To kick off the Asian Centennial at W&M commemorating the admission of Chen Pu-Kao, the first Chinese, Asian, and student of color so far on record, the Asian, Pacific, and Middle Eastern Film Series presents Larissa Lam's film "Far East Deep South."
William & Mary and the University of Virginia collaboration: Education Abroad: Sustainable Programs Highlight.
Professor Sonn is Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor in the History of Islam and Director of the Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University. RSVP for Zoom information.
The Russian and Post - Soviet Studies Program invites you to the Tepper Speaker Series: Global Russia.
The William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice presents its annual symposium -- Justice Along Borders: Social Justice and Its Intersection Between Law, Immigration, and Human Rights.
Prof. Geraldine Heng (U. Texas) will give the 2021 Fauvel Lecture on "Teaching Early Global Literatures: Worlding the World, Traveling the World."
Zoom link: https://cwm.zoom.us/s/6281668144
Meeting ID: 628 166 8144