- Application Deadline: NCUSAR D.C. Summer Internship ProgramThe National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations' Washington, DC Summer Internship Program offers undergraduate and graduate students a ten-week professional, academic, and career opportunity internship in the nation's capital.
- Application Deadline: National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations FellowshipsWashington, D.C. Summer Internship Program. June 3, 2013 - August 9, 2013.
- When More Is Less: Is the Global Diffusion of Social Media Clouding Our Vision of World Affairs?Andrews Hall, Room 101Annual McSwain-Walker Lecture, delivered by Dr. Rudra Sil, Professor of Political Science and Co-Director, Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business, University of Pennsylvania.
- Neither Silk, nor a Road: reassessing the Impacts and Legacies of China's Eurasian TitrationBlow Memorial Hall, Room 332WMCI China Lecture Series
- Chinese Classes in Summer 2013TBDElementary and intermediate level Chinese classes will be offered in the summer of 2013! Registration is already started.
- Language and Space in Mopan Maya: A talk by Eve Danziger, UVa (Thursday, Blow 201, 3:30 pm)Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201On Thursday, 21 March, Eve Danziger will share new research on linguistic relativity and cultural concepts of space. Join us in Blow 201 at 3:30 for her talk, "What's 'That'? Pointing gestures and culture-specific spatial conceptualization in Mopan Maya."
- Past as Tradition, Past as HistoryJames Blair Hall, Room 206"Past as Tradition, Past as History: Sanskrit Narratives in Kashmir's Persian Historical Tradition, 17th-19th centuries" delivered by Chitralekha Zutshi, William & Mary Department of History.
- Professor Irina Paperno Lecture: How We Used to Live: Survivors of the Soviet regime"Washington Hall, Room 201On Thursday, March 21st, Professor Irina Paperno (U. of California) will be giving a talk entitled, "How We Used to Live: Survivors of the Soviet regime." The talk will be held in Washington 201, from 5-6 p.m.
- Lecture "How We Used to Live: Survivors of the Soviet regime"Washington Hall, Room 201Professor Irina Paperno (U of California, Berkeley) Lecture "How We Used to Live: Survivors of the Soviet regime remember their everyday lives, in memoirs, diaries, blogs."
- Secular Histories, Saintly Returns: Death and Devotion in Modern TurkeyTyler Hall, Room 102Keynote address of the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (AMES) Senior Student Conference.
- Formations & Transformations in Asia and the Middle EastISC1 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1127First Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (AMES) Senior Student Conference.
- Russian OlympicsMcGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 20Saturday, March 23, 12:00 - 4:00 pm, McGlothlin 20 Students of different levels will compete in a variety of events connected with Russian language and culture.
- Film: Sita Sings the BluesEwell Hall, Swem Music LibraryA unique film combining animation and music to tell the tale of Sita, Hinduism's princess of the Earth.
- Lecture, Colette Rausch: Democratic Change in Libya and BurmaLaw School, Room 127Colette Rausch will speak on Democratic Change in Libya and Burma on March 28 at 12:50 p.m. in room 127 at the Law School. Free and all are welcome. Guest of Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Justice Program.
- Tara Ghoshal Wallace will speak on To One Thing Constant: The Passion of Pope's EloisaTyler Hall, Room 201Tara Ghoshal Wallace, The George Washington University, will speak on "'To One Thing Constant': The Passion of Pope's Eloisa" Thurs., March 28, at 5 p.m. in Tyler 201.
- Concert by the Russian folk group, 'Zolotoj pl'os'Andrews Hall, Room 101Thursday, March 28, 7:00 pm, Andrews 101 http://www.zolotoj-plyos.com/
- Russian Folk Music ConcertAndrews Hall, Room 101Russian Folk Music ZOLOTOI PLYOS The group's repertoire includes folk songs and instrumental selections from various areas in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.
- Picking Up the Pieces: Post-Conflict ReconstructionLaw School, 120 and 141
- Mellon Faculty Fellows ReceptionReves Center for International Studies, Reves RoomReception for Mellon Faculty Fellows in Global Studies and Africana Studies. Open to the public.
- TEDx at William & MaryAlan B. Miller Hall, Brinkley CommonsOne hundred of William & Mary's most impassioned TEDx fans will come together on March 30 at 2PM for an evening of networking and dialogue surrounding the ways the William & Mary community has been on the forefront of innovation since 1693.
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