- Talk on Dogs and the Japanese EmpireBlow Memorial Hall, Room 332Prof. Aaron Skabelund (BYU-History) will offer a lecture entitled "Can the Subaltern Bark?: Dogs, Japan, and the Making of the Modern Imperial World," November 1 (Thurs) 4PM, Blow 332.
- W&M Chinese Program Information Open HouseWashington Hall, Room 317Come to get information about Chinese major/minor, Chinese language house, study abroad, scholarship opportunities, and much more. Pizza will be served.
- "Hero": Chinese House Movie ScreeningPreston Hall (Randolph Complex), LoungeHero is a 2002 wuxia film directed by Zhang Yimou. Starring Jet Li as the nameless protagonist, the film is based on the story of Jing Ke's assassination attempt on the King of Qin in 227 BC.
- WMCI China Culture SalonRowe HouseOpen discussion and group reading of I Ching. By invitation only.
- WMCI Open HouseRowe HouseA welcome to the William & Mary Confucius Institute, including demonstrations in Chinese culture.
- CSO Lantern FestivalSunken GardenLight up the night sky above the Sunken Gardens with the Chinese Student Organization!
- Ewell Concert Series: Music from ChinaEwell Hall, Ewell Recital HallFounded in 1984, Music From China is a chamber ensemble that performs traditional and contemporary Chinese music. Free Admission, no tickets required
- Interfaith Potluck: W&M Hillel, W&M Muslim Students Association, Campus MinistriesSadler Center, Tidewater AThe topic of discussion will be religious expression and freedom of speech, moderated by campus ministers.
- Mark A. Drumbl Lecture: Reimagining Child SoldiersLaw School, Room 133Mark A. Drumbl of Washington and Lee University Law School will present a talk about his book "Reimagining Child Soldiers in International Law and Policy" on Nov 15 at 1 p.m. in Room 133 at William & Mary Law School. Free.
- Across Borders through Middle Eastern Music and FilmSadler Center, Tidewater ABake sale at the Sadler Center Terrace from 12pm. Middle Eastern Music Ensemble concert at 6:30pm. Screening of A Separation (Iran) following concert.
- AMP and The Middle Eastern Student Association present: A Separation!Sadler Center, Tidewater AAs part of their Peace in the Middle East Conference, MESA has teamed up with Alma Mater Productions to bring the Oscar winning film 'A Separation'! The event is free for all students, faculty and staff!
- Information Session for W&M 2013 Summer Study Program in Santiago de Compostela, SpainWashington Hall, Room 315
- Lecture: The Syrian Conflict and Its Regional ImplicationsSmall Hall, Room 110Dr. Radwan Ziadeh, Senior Fellow at the U.S. Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C.
- Study Abroad Italy (SAI) Faculty Fellows Program Application DeadlineFaculty from Study Abroad Italy (SAI) affiliate colleges and universities are invited to apply for the 2013 - 2014 Faculty Fellows Program in Florence and Rome.
- Fractious Federations: Why China's Provinces and India's States MatterSadler Center, Tidewater AWilliam J. Antholis, Managing Director of The Brookings Institution and Senior Fellow, Governance Studies
- Oct22-Nov16Community Courses Term 2Open enrollment courses in Beginning Chinese I and II, Business Chinese, and The Arts of China.
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