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Join us for a Lemon Project Genealogy Initiative Workshop with Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL, known as The Legal Genealogist.
Jung Hae Chae is a poet and essayist based in Orange, New Jersey, and originally from Seoul. Her work explores the weight of cultural and family history, as well as the way culture travels across the globe and permeates the everyday.
Emerging Scholars Series Talk: "The Story of Civil War-Era Emancipation and Black Citizenship in Yorktown Virginia"
W&M Washington Center 20th Anniversary Celebration
Learn about the experiences and realities of local immigrants & refugees in a discussion with guest speakers Nicole Alanko and Prof. Kern-Scheerer from the W&M Immigration Law Clinic. This event is hosted by WMFIRE.
Dr. Mark Anderson will give a lecture on his book From Boas to Black Power: Racism, Liberalism, and American Anthropology which is the recipient of the 2021 Sutlive Book Prize. Please email [[jdcarlson]] for the Zoom link.
The Javaad Alipoor Company presents
Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran
Written by Javaad Alipoor
Co-Created by Javaad Alipoor and Kirsty Housley
Join a trio of doctoral students in the Counselor Education program for an hour-long virtual roundtable discussion regarding the experiences of multi-racial and non-binary students.
Join us for our inaugural First-Generation, Low-Income (FGLI) Student Celebration - All are welcome!
Ye Chun is a bilingual Chinese American writer and literary translator. Her debut collection of stories, Hao, came out from Catapult in 2021.
Join the Offices of Student Veteran Engagement and Student Transition Engagement Programs for a breakfast to honor all those who served our country.
Johnny Farraj will visit Worlds of Music (MUSC 241/ANTH 241) at 9:30-10:50 to discuss aspects of his co-authored book Inside Arabic Music and to demonstrate (musically) some of its core principles. For info: Anne Rasmussen.
Religious perspectives can be both an impetus and a barrier to engaging meaningfully around climate change.
A religious, sociological, and philosophical discussion of the additional 614th commandment: "Do not hand Hitler posthumous victories!"
In this webinar, we will explore the concept of play along with the benefits of incorporating play and activity-based strategies into behavioral interventions in the school setting.
The Asian Centennial Committee is proud to present Asian Centennial Distinguished Fine Arts Fellow Roberto Jamora as he previews his vision for expressing in visual art the APM experience and history at W&M. Co-presented with the Muscarelle Museum of Art.
Join the Astronomy Club as we host Anne Blackwell '19, a third-year Ph.D. candidate in Astronomy & Astrophysics at the University of Michigan, studying the metal content of galaxy groups and clusters
Join us as Dr. Makoto Aoki, Assistant Professor at Ehime University in Japan uses anime and haiku to discuss muj (impermanence or transience) and mono no aware (the pathos of things), concepts to understand traditional Japan.
Under Prof. Anne Rasmussen, the W&M Middle Eastern Music Ensemble performs with guest artist, Johnny Farraj.
Jodi Kwarciany and Stephanie Pasternak from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) will speak about the transition to "988 as the National Suicide Prevention Hotline. "
Help us kick off Education Week with a virtual Courageous Conversation about the future of equity in our educational institutions.
This talk by Albert Baumgarten (Professor Emeritus in the Department of History at Bar Ilan University), discusses the convergence of Classical Studies with Judaism in the Greco-Roman diaspora.
La alegría no llegó: Chile’s Constitutional Reckoning
Sowmya Ramanathan & Catherine Brix
Join us during W&M Education Week for our Higher Ed Salon featuring Dr. Jorge Burmicky from Howard University.
Join us on Wednesday, November 17th at 6pm for a panel of young alumni, each on a different career path in business/finance! The panel will be focused on career choices, undergraduate involvement, and the transition from college to career.
This free event is a Q&A Session with Ambassador Mari Carmen Aponte, the first Puerto Rican woman to hold the position of "Ambassador" in the United States. Free food and drinks will be provided. Sponsored by FGLI and LASU.
Lauren Tierney is a Graphics Editor at The Washington Post, and will discuss how journalists on the Post’s graphics team visualize the news with maps, graphics, and other data visualizations.
The Communal Quilt Project brings together members of our broad community (at W&M, in Williamsburg, and beyond) to share their story in a series of workshops facilitated by Steve Prince of the Muscarelle Museum at W&M.
Join us for the virtual unveiling of Roberto Jamora’s print Confluence. This event will begin with a short film chronicling Jamora’s journey as he created the commemorative print for the Asian Centennial and will end with a Q&A.
The W&M Jazz Ensemble and W&M Jazz Combo perform a double-header concert…and YOU, our faithful reader, will be in the audience!