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THURSDAY, April 1, 2021 @ 12pm EST – 1:00 PM EST
Art and Culture in Germany and the U.S.
The Department of English presents Juana María Rodríguez as the 2021 Sara and Jess Cloud Lecturer. She will be speaking on Mujeres Públicas: Biopolitics, Portraiture, and the Poetics of Puta Life.
Are you a student who identifies as Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern/Southwest Asian? A student of color or otherwise marginalized? An ally?
Please Join Us for W&M COMMUNITY UNITING AGAINST ASIAN HATE
Thursday, April 1 at 8 p.m. ET
JOURNEY TO GOD’S FACE is a virtual bilingual theatre tour experience of Quito, Ecuador. Performed by Quito Eterno.
Spring Break Day for undergraduates
Spring Break Day for undergraduates
All are welcome to join the Italian Studies program for a conversation with Ethiopian-Italian writer, musician and oral storyteller, Gabriella Ghermandi.
Poetry That Re/Decenters with Poets:
Juana Iris Goergen (Puerto Rico), Azad Ashim Sharma (UK), & Oscar Guardiola-Rivera (Colombia) read their poetry.
Moderated by Prof. Emily Wilcox (Chinese) with translation by Prof. Silvia Tandeciarz (Hispanic Studies).
Join our long-serving Representative to Congress who will share his plans for education, criminal justice, healthcare and labor reform.
Join Dr. Paul Vierthaler (Chinese Studies) and Dr. Rachel Varra (Hispanic Studies) remotely to learn more about lab- and team-based research happening with language and linguistics at William & Mary.
The Visual Politics of Africa-China Relations by Tara Mock, Assistant Professor, Africana Studies, the Honors College at the University of Alabama
Friday, April 9th, 4 pm: keynote address by Professor Engerman (Yale University): "The Global Cold War from Near and Far"
Saturday, April 10th, 9:30am - 10:30: student panels on the Global Cold War
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom link.
ILS presents a lecture by Katie Johnston devoted to the issue of use of force in the International Law.
On April 13, 2021, the William & Mary community will come together for one incredible day to give back and pay it forward. Every gift to any area, no matter the size, makes a difference and helps unlock challenges that increase the impact of your gift.
For OTOD: At W&M we strive to understand and change the world through collaborative research. Join us for a discussion highlighting the cultural, economic and political implications of the new administration as it relates to China.
For OTOD: Study Abroad, Then & Now
Nigerian-born Bangladeshi American writer and photographer Abeer Hoque presents the finale conversation in Asian American Plural: Literature Across Borders series, curated by Dr. R. Benedito Ferrao for the Asian Centennial.
The New Normal of Education!?
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French & Francophone Studies is hosting a fireside social on April 15th, 6:30-9:30 pm.
Students and faculty will be gathering around a fire pit in the Sunken Garden (in front of Tyler Hall).
Come for some conversation, music, and a moment to relax!
William & Mary, NATO CCDCOE, and King’s College London are pleased to invite you to the sideline event of the NATO Cyber Defence Pledge conference 2021.
If you are interested in pursuing international law or merely want to increase your exposure to systems of law other than our own, join CLSS and others for the 2021 Spring Symposium on April 16!
The Center for Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding , the Comparative Legal Student Scholars, and the Reves Center for International Studies will host a symposium on Friday, April 16.
Asian and Pacific Islander Bahn Mi presents: Filipino Nurses at the Postcolonial Prelude, 1911 – 1946: A History of Mobility and Racialization to and from Seattle
The Modern Languages & Literatures department is hosting a gender-neutral language roundtable discussion on Friday, April 16 from 2:00-3:00PM.
Hindi Hauntology in Post-Liberalization Kolkata by Rahul Bjørn Parson, Assistant Professor, South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Celebrate Earth Week with this discussion of norms and practices in sustainable study abroad.
William & Mary Confucius Institute will host an artist talk with choreographer Yin Mei on Tuesday, April 20th following the presentation of her dance-theater performance Peony Dreams: On the Other Side of Sleep on Saturday, April 17th.
W&M Sustainability Symposium Event 2
Understanding our Interconnectedness: A Discussion with Céline Cousteau on Why Protecting the Rights of the Indigenous Communities of the Vale do Javari in Brazil is Essential to Our Survival
Students will present research highlights and key takeaways from the past year of work. Join peers, faculty, and alumni to celebrate students' outstanding contributions and to learn more about their pertinent findings.
SHUSENJO: The Main Battleground of the Comfort Women Issue A Documentary Film by Miki Dezaki
7PM-10PM Thursday, April 22, 2021: Group Screening & After-Film Q&A Filmmaker Conversation with Professors Tomoyuki Sasaki and Eric Han
Please join us for a talk by Dr. Noa Kekuewa Lincoln, The University of Hawai`i - Manoa titled "Towards understanding long-term impacts of indigenous agriculture on soils: Hawai`i as a model system"
Join us to learn from 8 Honors Students in Modern Languages and Literatures about their research projects!
THE ASIAN CENTURY - AMES Colloquium Series presents: "How Not To Be Secure: The Role of PMSCs in South Asian Security" by Sahar Khan
Prof. Angelo Torre (Università del Piemonte Orientale, Italy) will be speaking on "Space for the Commons: a spatial approach to the study of early modern European local political cultures" on Friday, April 23d, at 4:30 pm.
Join us in celebrating the end of the semester with The Russian Music Ensemble Spring Concert
Spring Break Day for undergraduates
Join us to honor those Enslaved by the university.
This virtual presentation will show how persistent issues about how to relate environmental law and ethics become legible through Muslim registers for environmental justice.
Each year, PIPS research fellows identify emerging international security issues and develop original policy recommendations to address those challenges.
Please join us for a AMES & APIA 2021 CAPSTONE CONFERENCE
THE ACTORS ARENA is a two-part master class series that educates on the ins and outs of pursuing a successful professional career in acting. April 27 & 29, 7-9pm. One on one monologue coaching available on a limited basis.
Hear from Professor Claire Pamment as she considers badhai’s negotiations across restrictive social scripts, taking place within the changing landscape of transnational LGBTQIA+ movements and religious nationalism.
In celebration of April as National Poetry Month, the Arabic dept. is hosting a reading of Iraqi poetry and music.
WMFIRE is raising funds for the Student Refuge Fund! If you would like to participate in this initiate, we encourage you find out more at the premier of the the A Capella benefit concert!
In this stirring choreoritual of word, song and movement, Tahlequah, assisted by ancestral forces, journeys into a dark emotional abyss and learns the freedom which comes from letting go. A co-production with Christopher Newport University.
Please join us on Thursday, April 29th at 7 PM for the 2021 W&M Student Literary Awards Virtual Ceremony.
A conversation with Eric Han and Tomoyuki Sasaki about the ongoing "comfort women" controversy. Please RSVP for the Zoom link.
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.