Ukraine's Unnamed War: Before the Russian Invasion of 2022
Wednesday, March 1
5pm - 6pm
Andrews Hall, Room 101

Talk on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, how the 2013–14 violent protests on Maidan unleashed seditionist movements in Crimea and Eastern Donbas and why no political solution was found for 7 years prior to this catastrophic Russian attack.  

Alexander Hamilton Society Panel Event: Trade and Diplomacy: A Pivot to Asia
Wednesday, March 1
7pm - 8:15pm
Small Hall, Room 111

Join Deputy Assistant Secretary for Travel and Tourism in the ITA Mark Keam and Former Ambassador to the Asian Development Bank, Amb. Jason Chung in a panel event by AHS regarding “Trade and Diplomacy: A Pivot to Asia” March 1st, 7:00 PM in Small 111!

Democracy: A Daily Work of Justice Conversation
Thursday, March 2
6:30pm - 8pm
Sadler Center, Tidewater A

Engage with those who practice and sustain democracy in their everyday lives as journalists, elected officials, advocates, neighbors, immigrants, voters, family members, business members, and more.

Surviving Hitler and Stalin: One Woman's Account
Friday, March 3
Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

As part of the 2023 Ampersand International Arts Festival, Erika Fabian, Reves Center Artist in Residence, will deliver a talk, "Surviving Hitler and Stalin: One Woman's Account." Co-sponsored by W&M Strategic Cultural Partnerships.

The Fanoos Family Band - Ewell Concert Series
Friday, March 3
Wiilliamsburg Regional Library

The Fanoos Family Ensemble performs songs in the Afghan classical style, at the crossroads of Persian poetry, Hindustani rhythms, and Central Asian harmonies. 

APIA Bahn Mi Lecture: Lisa Lowe (Yale): “Colonial Domesticity and Social Reproduction”
Monday, March 6
5pm - 6:15pm
Washington Hall, Room 201

LISA LOWE (Samuel Knight Professor of American Studies at Yale University) will be presenting  “Colonial Domesticity and Social Reproduction” as part of the Asian and Pacific Islander American Studies Program (APIA) 2022-23 Bahn Mi Lecture series.

    The Fourth Circuit Asylum Law Conference
    Friday, March 10
    9am - 5pm

    Join the William & Mary Law School Immigration Clinic for the Second Annual Fourth Circuit Asylum Law Conference. 

    CLE information forthcoming.

    14th Annual Río de la Plata Workshop
    Friday, March 10 - Saturday, March 11
    9am - 1:15pm
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201


    Office of Diversity & Inclusion Lunch & Learn
    Tuesday, March 21
    12pm - 1:30pm
    Sadler Center

    The Convergence of Abrahamic Major Religious Holidays: A discussion of Interfaith and Religious Diversity 

    “Misinformation: How to Manage the Greatest Threat to Peacebuilding Today”
    Tuesday, March 21
    5:30pm - 6:30pm
    Tucker Hall, 127A (Theater)

    Sheldon Himelfarb discusses the intersection of misinformation and the peace process.

      Recording History: Jews, Muslims, and Music Across Twentieth Century North Africa
      Wednesday, March 22
      4pm - 6pm
      Washington Hall, Room 201

      Professor Christopher Silver of McGill University joins Professor Glasser to discuss his latest book: "Recording History."

      "Grains of Empire: Assimilating Couscous": Annual Fauvel Lecture in French and Francophone Studies
      Friday, March 24
      3:30pm - 4:30pm
      Washington Hall, Room 201

      Sylvie Durmelat (Associate Professor of French and Francophone Studies at Georgetown University) will present research from her current book project titled "Grains of Empire: Assimilating Couscous." 

      Liana Paniyeva - Ewell Concert Series
      Friday, March 24
      Ewell Hall, Recital Hall

      Ms. Paniyeva has been hailed by the New York Concert Review as "a wonderful pianist", and one with "tender regard for the music.

      Virginia Festival of the Book, The Poetic Justice: A Memoir
      Sunday, March 26
      12pm - 1pm
      Highland, Event Barn

      Highland, in partnership with the Virginia Festival of the Book, will host Justice John Charles Thomas to discuss his book The Poetic Justice: A Memoir.

      W&M Libraries Faculty Scholar Information Session
      Wednesday, March 29

      Join us for an information session about the W&M Libraries' Faculty Scholar position.

      Lecture on Jesuit Poetry by Professor Yasmin Haskell
      Thursday, March 30
      5pm - 6:30pm
      Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 220

      Lecture on Jesuit Poetry featuring Professor Yasmin Haskell (IAS and University of Western Australia).  She will be speaking on 'Deus ex machina or AI?  Who really wrote the student poetry of the Old Society of Jesus'.

      Unpacking Global China: Beijing’s View on Development, Modernization, and the World
      Thursday, March 30
      5:30pm - 6:30pm
      James Blair Hall, Room 201

      Join the Global Research Institute and AidData as we welcome Professor Marina Rudyak on Thursday, March 30 at 5:30 PM in James Blair 201 for her talk "Unpacking Global China: Beijing's View on Development, Modernization, and the World."

      Lecture by guest speaker, Margarita Marinova, Christopher Newport University
      Friday, March 31
      Tucker Hall, 127A

      Margarita Marinova, Christopher Newport University

      Researching the (Hostile) Other, or the Ethics of Continued Dialogism in Times of War and Academic Crisis