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German Studies Talk
Tuesday, February 19
4pm - 5:15pm
Washington Hall, Room 315

Anna Horakova will present on Paradigms of Refuge: Layers of History in Jenny Erpenbeck’s Novel Gehen, ging, gegangen Tuesday, Febrary 19 at 4pm in WASH 315

    Surface Feeling: Moroccan Art and the Politics of Whitewash in the City: lecture by Prof. Pieprzak
    Friday, February 22
    3:30pm - 5pm
    Washington Hall, Room 201

    "Surface Feeling: Moroccan Art and the Politics of Whitewash in the City": lecture by Prof. Pieprzak (Williams College)

    GOP Strategist Ana Navarro – Hunter B. Andrews Distinguished Fellow in American Politics
    Monday, February 25
    7:45pm
    Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

    Ana Navarro is a well-known Republican strategist and a political analyst for CNN and CNN en Español. She is also a political contributor on ABC’s The View where she co-hosts one day a week. 

    "Fata Morgana" film screening and Q&A with Jen Lawhorne
    Tuesday, March 19
    5pm
    Washington Hall, Room 201

    Focusing on the stories of African migrants in Sicily, Fata Morgana looks out to the struggles currently faced by migrants and refugees worldwide.

      The Gaza Fixer, a film by Mariam Shahin and George Azar. Followed by Q&A with Mariam Shahin. 
      Thursday, March 28
      5pm - 6:30pm
      Tyler Hall, 127a

      The Gaza Fixer is a documentary film about Raed Athamneh, war survivor and trusted news "fixer" to journalists in Gaza, capturing moments of suffering and endurance with remarkable intimacy. Filmmaker Miriam Shahin will be present for Q&A after.

        David Eng, AMES Distinguished Keynote Lecture:  (Gay) Panic Attack: Coming Out in a Colorblind Age
        Monday, April 22
        5pm - 7pm
        Blow Memorial Hall

        David Eng (English, University of Pennsylvania) is the 2019 AMES Distinguished Keynote Lecturer. He will explore the psychic structures  of "colorblindness"  through the experiences of a series of gay, Asian male millennials in North America.