- Mar10All dayApply to be an International Peer LeaderContact the Reves Center to applyWe are seeking enthusiastic graduate and undergraduate students to serve as International Peer Leaders for Graduate and Undergraduate International Student Orientations in August 2014. Apply by March 10.
- Mar114pm - 5pmAn Open Forum with His Royal Highness Prince Turki Al-FaisalSadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
- Mar123pm - 4pmThe Dalai Lama in Retirement: Prospects for Tibet in the 21st Century?Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room
- Mar125pm - 6pmVoices of "Tradition": Examining the Socio-Political Role of Women's Music in Gujarat, IndiaTucker Hall, 127AThis lecture on Indian music is based on recent research by ethnomusicologist Niyati Dhokai.
- Mar1312:50pm - 1:50pm"Islam in the Iraq Constitution"Law School, Room 141Haider Ala Hamoudi, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, is the 2014 Kraemer Scholar-in-Residence.Show More...
- Mar133:30pmSeventh Annual Schmidt LectureBlow Memorial Hall, Room 201The Sociology Department's Schmidt Lecture on Technology and Society: Competing Visions of the Internet and Why They Matter. This year's speaker is Stephanie Ricker Schulte. Thursday, March 13th at 3:30pm in Blow Hall 201.
- Mar135pm"Nationalism and the Myth of Turkic-Muslim Unity in Central Asia"Tucker Hall, 127aProfessor Russel Zanca (Northeastern Illinois University)
- Mar135pmNationalism and the Myth of Turkic-Muslim Unity in Central Asia talk by Russell ZancaTucker Hall, 127AThe presentation assesses what it means to speak of successes and failures according to both Central Asian and international standards and norms, and questions whether citizens are motivated or mobilized by nationalist conceptions of Turkic-Muslim unity.
- Mar143:30pm - 5pm"Understanding the Sunni-Shi'a Split: From Theology to Law"Andrews Hall, Room 101Haider Ala Hamoudi, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, is the 2014 Kraemer Scholar-in-Residence.
- Mar17All dayStudy Abroad Application Deadline: Exchange Programs Fall 2014, Academic Year 2014 - 2015Excludes: Kanazawa University Program A (deadline passed).
- Mar17All day
- Mar17All dayUniv of Nottingham Study Abroad DeadlineApply online!
- Mar187pm-Mar206:30pmWim Wenders' Early Films: A SymposiumBlow Memorial Hall, Room 332The German Studies Program of MLL presents a Symposium "Wim Wenders' Early Films" featuring Documentary Filmmaker Marcel Wehn (Berlin) who will screen and present his "One Who Sets Forth: Wim Wenders' Early Years" with discussion to follow.
- Mar192pmThe World Bank: Post-Neoliberalism?Sadler Center, Commonwealth AuditoriumShow More...
- Mar194:30pmMark Edmundson "The Soul of the Humanities"Tucker Hall, Tucker Theatre 127ACloud Lecturer Mark Edmundson, University of Virginia, talking on "The Soul of the Humanities".
- Mar207pmW&M alum Elizabeth Winder, a poet and biographer and Catherine Bowman to SpeakTucker Hall, Tucker Theatre 127AWilliam & Mary alum Elizabeth Winder, a poet and biographer, will join former Writer-in-Residence Catherine Bowman in a program focusing on Sylvia Plath.
- Mar24All dayStudy Abroad Application Deadline: Sponsored Semester Programs Fall 2014, Academic Year 2014 - 2015Excludes: Hertford College, Oxford (deadline passed).
- Mar24All day
- Mar2510:30am - 12pmGreat Decisions in Foreign Affairs: China & Foreign AidOff-Campus, Williamsburg Regional Library TheaterIR Scholar Austin Strange & AidData Director Brad Parks will present on China Aid to Africa.
- Mar283pm - 5pmChinese Speech ContestWashington Hall, Room 201
- Mar285:30pm - 6:30pm"Putinism's Challenge to Democracy"Andrews Hall, Room 101
- Mar303pm - 4pm"Soft Vengeance of a Freedom Fighter"Hennage Auditorium - Colonial WilliamsburgJoin us for a talk by the Honorable Albie Sachs, Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa (retired).
- Mar3112:50pm - 1:50pm"Working with Mandela: The Constitutional Process in Post-Apartheid South Africa"Law School, Room 141Join us for a talk by The Honorable Albie Sachs, Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa (retired).
- Apr411am - 12pm"Calabar Reconsidered: Archaeology and the Art of Nsibidi in Central Africa"Andrews Hall, Room 1012014 Africana-Mellon Distinguished LecturersAll events in April 2014
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