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APIA Banh Mi Lecture Series presents Dr. Davesh Soneji of UPenn who will discuss how discursive, political, historical, and aesthetic performance converge in the work of Nrithya Pillai of Chennai. Co-sponsored by AMES: Asian & Middle Eastern Studies.
Come for a workshop on affirmative action/race-conscious admissions policies and a panel on minority representation in law schools and in the legal practice. Light breakfast items and lunch will be served, with a reception to follow.
Please join us on March 21, 2020 at 7:30 in the Wren Chapel, W&M campus for “Songs of Syria” a concert of traditional muwashshat and favorite popular songs from Syria, Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine, and Jordan.
Mireille Fanon-Mendès France, Director of the Franz Fanon Foundation, will discuss the need for reparations of descendants of the trans-Atlantic slave trade within the context of international law.
Anne Norton explores the imbrication of race and labor within the persistence of feudalism that resulted in a double enclosure of colonization. She discusses Australian artists, whose work seeks for methods for decolonization of the mind.
Prof. Jennifer Gülly will be speaking on "The Art of Migration: The Political, The Beautiful, and The Dead."
Akira Mizuta Lippit, (Vice Dean, USC's School of Cinematic Arts) explores the ways in which Japanese cinema has responded to a second nuclear crisis, and how the echoes of 1945 have returned to the contemporary moment, or perhaps had never left at all.