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Chinese Board Games
Monday, February 10 - Wednesday, March 4
5:10pm - 6:10pm
Rowe House
    Chinese Level I
    Monday, February 10 - Wednesday, March 4
    5:10pm - 6:10pm
    Rowe House
      Chinese Calligraphy
      Tuesday, February 11 - Thursday, March 5
      5:10pm - 6:10pm
      Rowe House
        Yinyangbagua Boxing
        Tuesday, February 11 - Thursday, March 5
        5:10pm - 6:10pm
        Tyler Hall, Room 123
          Reconstitutions: Women’s Performance and Aestheticized Caste Politics in Urban South India 
          Friday, February 28
          12pm - 1pm
          Morton Hall, 140C

          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.

          Chinese Level II
          Monday, March 16 - Wednesday, April 8
          5:10pm - 6:10pm
          Rowe House
            Chinese Movie Showcase
            Monday, March 16 - Wednesday, April 8
            5:10pm - 6:10pm
            Rowe House
              Chinese Painting  
              Tuesday, March 17 - Thursday, April 9
              5:10pm - 6:10pm
              Rowe House
                Chinese Cooking
                Thursday, March 19 - Thursday, April 9
                11am - 1pm
                Baptist Collegiate Ministry, 244 S. Boundary Street, Williamsburg, VA
                  Anne Norton: Intimate Inscriptions: Race, Sex and Labor in the Empire
                  Tuesday, March 31
                  5pm - 6:30pm
                  Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332

                  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.