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Anthropology Brown Bag: "Co-opting Colonialism: Archaeology of Philippine Indigenous History"
Wednesday, February 26
12pm - 1pm
Washington Hall, Room 101

Stephen will focus on his more than a decade of research on the Ifugao Rice Terraces, UNESCO World Heritage monuments that attest to the ingenuity and communitarian management of Cordilleran people of Luzon in the Philippines.

    International Cheese Tasting
    Wednesday, February 26
    12pm - 2pm
    Sadler Center, Outside Atrium

    Sample free cheeses & learn about study abroad opportunities with the Study Abroad Student Advisory Board and Global Education Office!

    Talk by AMES guest speaker Chika Kinoshita (Kyoto University)
    Thursday, February 27
    James Blair Hall, Room 223

    On February 27, 5PM, in 223 James Blair, Dr. Chika Kinoshita will deliver a talk entitled "The World is Terrified: The Fetus, Eugenics, and the Atomic Bomb in Postwar Japan." 

    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.

    Unpacking and Interrogating the Diversity Pipeline: Underrepresented Groups in the Law
    Saturday, February 29
    9:15am - 3pm
    Law School, Room 120

    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.

    William & Mary Men's Basketball vs Elon
    Saturday, February 29
    4pm - 6pm
    Williamsburg, Va., Kaplan Arena
      Judaic Studies Lecture by Yitzhak Melamed,  Johns Hopkins University
      Monday, March 2
      5pm - 6:15pm
      Washington Hall, Room 315

      “The Jewish Background of Spinoza, or How Spinoza reads the Bible through Rabbinic Lenses” Monday, March 2, 5:00 p.m. Washington Hall Room 315

      Yitzhak Melamed, Johns Hopkins University, conducts seminar on Spinoza
      Tuesday, March 3
      12:30pm - 2pm
      Tucker Hall, Room 222

      Seminar: “Omnis determinatio est negatio: Determination, Negation and Self-Negation in Spinoza, Kant, and Hegel” Tuesday, March 3, 12:30-1:50, Tucker 222

      Chinese Movie Showcase
      Monday, March 16 - Wednesday, April 8
      5:10pm - 6:10pm
      Rowe House
        Fourth Annual Global Innovation Challenge @ William & Mary (WMGIC IV)
        Friday, March 20 - Saturday, March 21
        3pm - 5pm
        Tyler Hall

        WMGIC IV is a case competition, which recruits teams of students from all majors to pitch proposals concerning relevant global challenges scheduled for 3/20 and 3/21. Register here:  Cash prizes of at least $2000 will be awarded! 

        A Talk by Mireille Fanon-Mendès France: Reparations and UN resolution Resolution 68-237 (CANCELLED) 
        Monday, March 23
        5pm - 7pm
        Tucker Hall, 127A

        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. 

        Larry Itliong and Filipino Farmworkers: Forgotten Heroes of the Labor Movement
        Wednesday, March 25
        7pm - 8:30pm
        Tucker Hall, Tucker Theatre
        Screening of Emmy Award winning director Marissa Aroy’s film, DELANO MANONGS. Talk and book signing by Gayle Romasanta who is the co-author (with the late Dr. Dawn Mabalon) of Journey to Justice: The Life of Larry Itliong. Presenters: APIA, SWEM, and FMST
        15th Annual Student-Faculty Research Conference in European Studies
        Friday, March 27 - Saturday, March 28
        5pm - 12:30pm
        Tucker Hall, 127A

        The 15th Annual Student-Faculty Research Conference in European Studies features Prof. Rita Chin (U. Michigan) on "The Crisis of Multiculturalism in Europe: Historical Lessons for the Present Moment." Students will present papers on migration in Europe.