Cheminar- Water: So Common, So Mysterious
Friday, April 1
3pm - 4pm
Integrated Science Center (ISC), Room 1127

Water is so abundant, its behavior so familiar, its appearance so commonplace, that we are tricked into thinking that there is nothing new to be learned about this substance. We may, however, be in for a surprise...   

    Bloodstained Buddhas: Warfare, Violence, and Religion in Medieval China
    Friday, April 1
    4pm - 5:15pm
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 333

    Geoffrey Goble introduces Chinese Esoteric Buddhism and reveals the surprising role that warfare and ritual technologies for murdering and afflicting enemies played in the creation and establishment of Chinese Esoteric Buddhism.

    Tyler Lecture Series
    Friday, April 1
    4pm - 6pm
    Washington Hall, Room 201

    Siva Vaidhyanathan (University of Virginia): Misunderstanding Free Speech: The Role of ‘Garbage’ in a Democratic Republic." 

    European Studies guest lecture by Prof. Young - Sun Hong
    Friday, April 1
    5pm
    Tucker Hall, 127A

    Prof. Young-Sun Hong, Stonybrook College will give a talk titled: "The Global South in the Two Germanys: An Entangled History of the Cold War and Decolonization ".

    The Asian Centennial presents Lloyd Suh's "The Chinese Lady" starring Rinabeth Apostol
    Sunday, April 3
    2pm - 3:30pm
    Williamsburg Regional Library

    The Asian Centennial and W&M Theatre proudly present Lloyd Suh's award winning play on the life story of Afong Moy, who at 14 was brought to the US from Guanzhou Province in 1834, and was put on display for the American public as "The Chinese Lady." 

    Hesselbacher Talk:  Hologic Global Women's Health Index
    Monday, April 4
    12:30pm - 1:30pm
    Chancellors Hall (formerly Tyler Hall), Room 219
    German Colonial Legacies and Decolonial Activism: A Conversation with Professor Fatima El-Tayeb
    Tuesday, April 5
    5pm - 6:15pm
    Zoom (email [[decolonizing]] for the link)

    How do legacies of colonialism continue to shape German conceptions of race and national belonging? What might decolonial strategies focused on Europe look like, and what roles might European activists and artists of color play?

      2022 Ampersand International Arts Festival 
      Wednesday, April 6 - Sunday, April 10
      Various venues, including the Kimball Theatre, Martha Wren Briggs Amphitheatre at Lake Matoaka, Commonwealth Auditorium, Tucker Theater, Swem Library, Muscarelle Museum of Art, and the Williamsburg Regional Library

      Entering its 15th year, the W&M Global Film Festival is now the Ampersand International Arts Festival, presented by William & Mary. 

      So You Made it To Graduation, Now What?
      Wednesday, April 6
      4pm - 5pm
      McLeod Tyler Wellness Center

      Explore themes of belonging, transition/change, and identity while you prepare to transition to a new job, graduate school, or face the unknown.




        The Patrick Hayes Writers Series presents Farah Ali
        Wednesday, April 6
        7pm
        Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

        Farah Ali is from Karachi, Pakistan. Her work won the 2020 Pushcart Prize and received special mention in the 2018 Pushcart anthology. 

        Jacqueline Vayntrub: "Ezekiel's Body Politic and The Bible's Body Poetic" 
        Thursday, April 7
        6pm - 7:30pm
        Blow Memorial Hall, Room 331

        A political look at the poetry and prophecy of Ezekiel

        GCC x Monitor Discussion on Various Forms of Conflict: Bombs and the Media in the Russia-Ukraine War
        Friday, April 8
        4:30pm - 6:30pm
        Small Hall, Room 110

        Join GCC and Monitor for an evening of roundtable discussions and invited speakers concerning the Russia-Ukraine conflict and the media’s effect on it. Come to Tidewater from 4:30 to 6:30 pm on April 8th to participate and grab some free food!

        Arab Arts Gala! An Evening of Film, Music & Dance
        Friday, April 8
        6pm - 10pm
        Williamsburg Regional Library Theater

        The W&M Middle Eastern Music Ensemble featuring a Sabah Fakhri tribute, Leah Glenn's Barefoot Modern Dancers, and preceded by Sirens, a Sundance Festival film about the first all-women thrash metal band in Lebanon directed by Rita Baghdadi.



        The Patrick Hayes Writers Series presents Kellie Jo Ford
        Friday, April 8
        7pm
        Washington Hall, Room 201

        Ford, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, is the author of the widely-acclaimed Crooked Hallelujah (Grove, 2020), which was long-listed the Story Prize and the PEN/Hemingway Prize, among other awards and honors. 
        "The Kids Aren't Alright: Afro-German Afrofuturism and the Fight for Futurity" 
        Monday, April 11
        5pm - 6:15pm
        Washington Hall, Room 315

        Professor Priscilla Layne (UNC Chapel Hill) will present research from her forthcoming book Out of this World: Afro-German Afrofuturism. 

          Virtual Days in DC - Careers in Public Policy & Advocacy
          Monday, April 11
          5pm - 6:30pm
          Virtual/Online: See Event for Login Details

          Virtual Days in DC - Careers in Public Policy & Advocacy

            One Tribe One Day
            Tuesday, April 12
            All day
            Around the world

            Join us for One Tribe One Day on Tuesday, April 12. All day long, across the globe, our community will gather virtually and in person to celebrate this annual W&M tradition by giving back and paying it forward.

              AAH Distinguished Lecture: How Was Art Electrified? The Formation of the Global Brain in China
              Tuesday, April 12
              5pm - 6:30pm
              Andrews Hall, Room 101

              The Department of Art & Art History Distinguished Lecturer,

              Eugene Y. Wang, Professor of Asian Art, Harvard University, “How Was Art Electrified? The Formation of the Global Brain in China”.

              This lecture contributes to W&M's Asian Centennial celebration.

              International Humanitarian Law and the Rules of Engagement in Wartime
              Wednesday, April 13
              12:50pm - 1:50pm
              Law School, Zoom

              As the Russia-Ukraine War continues to ensue, Senior Legal Advisor Thomas Harper presents the legal framework of international humanitarian law and the rules of engagement during war to assess possible violations related to the Russian invasion of Ukraine

                Virtual Days in DC - Nonprofit Organizations Information Session
                Thursday, April 14
                4pm - 5:30pm
                Virtual/Online: See Event for Login Details

                Virtual Days in DC - Nonprofit Organizations Information Session

                  Art History Keynote Speaker, Dr. Alex Dika Seggerman, Fourth Annual Art History Senior Colloquium
                  Thursday, April 14
                  5pm
                  Muscarelle Museum of Art

                  Art History Colloquium Keynote speaker, Dr. Alex Dika Seggerman, Rutgers University-Newark, precedes the colloquium on April 14, 5pm, Muscarelle Museum. Part of the Fourth Annual Art History Senior Research Colloquium,  April 15,  Muscarelle Museum.

                  Art History Fourth Annual Senior Colloquium
                  Friday, April 15
                  9:30am - 3:30pm
                  Muscarelle Museum of Art

                   Art History Fourth Annual Senior Research Colloquium, April 15, 9:30am - 3:30pm, Muscarelle Museum. Colloquium Keynote speaker, Dr. Alex Dika Seggerman, Rutgers University-Newark, precedes the colloquium on April 14, 5pm, Muscarelle Museum.

                  Your Best (Asian) American Girl: A Cabaret (preview)
                  Friday, April 15
                  3pm - 4pm
                  Williamsburg Regional Library Theatre

                  The Asian Centennial, APIA, & TSD present Sumié Yotsukura's cabaret debut in fulfillment of her honors thesis in APIA. This intimate hour of song and story charts her journey of how an Asian American girl fell in love with American musical theatre.

                  Tyler Lecture Series 2022
                  Friday, April 15
                  4pm - 6pm
                  James Blair Hall, Room 229

                  Margaret Meserve (Notre Dame): Forgeries and Fictions in Early Modern Print. 

                  Russian & Post-Soviet Studies / Undergraduate research showcase
                  Saturday, April 16
                  2pm - 3:30pm
                  Washington Hall, Room 315

                  A panel showcasing Russian & Post-Soviet Studies students’ research

                  Your Best (Asian) American Girl: A Cabaret
                  Saturday, April 16
                  3pm - 4pm
                  Williamsburg Regional Library Theatre

                  The Asian Centennial, APIA, & TSD present Sumié Yotsukura's cabaret debut in fulfillment of her honors thesis in APIA. This intimate hour of song and story charts her journey of how an Asian American girl fell in love with American musical theatre.

                  Departmental Lecture - "Streaming Emperorship in Praise of Constantine" 
                  Tuesday, April 19
                  5pm - 6:30pm
                  Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 220

                  The Department of Classical Studies presents the Professor Roger Rees, Professor in the School of Classics at University of St. Andrews, St Andrews, UK , on Tuesday, April 19, 2022 at 5:00 pm, Boswell 220.     


                  Viet Thanh Nguyen to Deliver Lecture and Receive Hatsuye Yamasaki Prize ‘37 for Visionary Leadership
                  Wednesday, April 20
                  5pm
                  Zoom

                  The Reves Center for International Studies, in cooperation with the Asian Centennial Committee, sponsors Pulitzer Prize Winner Viet Thanh Nguyen to deliver the 2022 McSwain-Walker Lecture, “Refugees, Language, and the Meaning of ‘America.'"  

                  GSWS 2022 Braitwaite Lecture presents Beth Ritchie
                  Wednesday, April 20
                  6pm - 7pm
                  https://cwm.zoom.us/j/97379798747

                  Reflections on Gender Violence & Structural Racism: The Demand for Abolition Feminism by Beth Ritchie

                  Invited lecture with Eduardo Lalo
                  Thursday, April 21
                  5pm - 6pm
                  Washington Hall, Room 201
                  The LGBTQI+ Community and Russia's War Against Ukraine
                  Thursday, April 21
                  5pm - 6pm
                  Washington Hall, Room 315

                  Hear from Ukrainian LGBTQI+ activists Bogdan Globa and Olena Globa how Russia's war against Ukraine is affecting the LGBTQI+ community.

                  Mardi Gras After Party 
                  Friday, April 22
                  1pm - 9:30pm
                  Muscarelle Museum of Art, Lawn

                  Join the Muscarelle Museum of Art for our 2nd Annual Chalk Art competition on Friday, April 22nd from 1:00-9:30 pm! We will be celebrating all day with live music, food trucks, games, and a chance to win cash prizes! Registration is free.

                  IIC Earth Day Celebration and Open House
                  Friday, April 22
                  2pm - 5pm
                  Institute for Integrative Conservation

                  IIC OPEN HOUSE AND EARTH DAY CELEBRATION,  FRIDAY, APRIL 22nd, 2-5 PM



                  Tyler Lecture Series 2022
                  Friday, April 22
                  4pm - 6pm
                  James Blair Hall, Room 229

                  Eliot Borenstein (NYU): Plots against Russia: Conspiracy, Sincerity, and Propaganda

                  Government 2022 Baxter-Ward Fellow: Vivek S. Sankaran
                  Monday, April 25
                  5pm - 6:30pm
                  Tucker Hall, 127A

                  Vivek S. Sankaran is a W&M Government alum and currently works as the Clinical Professor of Law, Director of the Child Advocacy Law Clinic, and is the Director of the Child Welfare Appellate Clinic at the University of Michigan Law School.

                  Conflict in Ukraine and the Unleashing of a Global Humanitarian Crisis
                  Thursday, April 28
                  12pm - 1pm
                  Zoom

                  An on-the-ground report on the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine from Doug Mercado '85, currently serving with the World Food Programme (WFP) as the Head of Area Office for Romania, supporting WFP’s emergency operations in Ukraine. 

                  An Evening with Charles F. "Chuck" Sams III, Cayuse and Walla Walla, Director, National Park Service
                  Thursday, April 28
                  6:15pm - 8pm
                  Martha Wren Briggs Amphitheatre at Lake Matoaka

                  An Evening with Charles F. “Chuck” Sams III, (Cayuse and Walla Walla), Director, National Park Service 

                  Moderated by Robert Rose, with interviewers Andrew Fisher and Nikki Bass


                  Arthur A. Matsu Historical Marker Dedication
                  Saturday, April 30
                  11am - 12pm
                  Zable Stadium at Cary Field

                  Join us for  a ceremony celebrating the dedication of the Commonwealth of Virginia Arthur A. Matsu Historical Marker and Matsu Arcade.

                    Masquerade at the Muscarelle Asian Centennial Gala Fundraiser
                    Saturday, April 30
                    6pm - 8pm
                    Muscarelle Museum of Art
                    The Asian Centennial Committee invites the community to celebrate the Asian Centennial with art, music, dance, song, and food in Masquerade at the Muscarelle, a gala fundraiser benefiting the Asian Pacific Middle Eastern Fund, to support future programs.
                    Music of India Ensemble Spring Concert
                    Saturday, April 30
                    7:30pm - 9:30pm
                    Ewell Hall, Recital Hall

                    Please join the William & Mary Music of India Ensemble for its final concert of the year.

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