Women's Network Spring 2019 Book Club
Monday, March 11
5:15pm - 6:15pm
Sadler Center, York Room

Women's Network Spring 2019 Book Club

Pre-Law Advising Event for 1st & 2nd Year Students
Wednesday, March 13
5pm - 6pm
James Blair Hall, Room 221

Are you a first or second year student at W&M interested in the possibility of attending law school at some point after graduating? This event is designed for you.

    Inside Out: Neural Pathways + Social Expressions of "Otherness"
    Thursday, March 14

    Professors Dickter and Ferrao draw on their research and lived experiences in this conversation about where we come from, where we are now, and where we might want to go from here.

    Poet Patricia Smith at the Patrick Hayes Writers Series
    Thursday, March 14
    Tucker Hall

    Ms. Smith has been called "a testament to the power of words to change lives." Her work has appeared in Poetry magazine, the Paris Review, the New York Times, the Washington Post, and others.

      Professor Natalie Brito M.A. '08, Assistant Professor of Applied Psychology at New York University
      Monday, March 18
      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

      Professor Brito M.A. '08, is a developmental psychologist who examines how early social and cultural contexts (e.g., poverty, multilingualism) shape the trajectory of neurocognitive development. MA Experimental Psychology, College of William and Mary.

      A talk by Ann L. Owen, Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics at Hamilton College
      Tuesday, March 19
      3:30pm - 5pm
      McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 20

      Professor Owen will draw on her experiences in various leadership roles on the Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession and on findings from pedagogical and institutional research. 

      Spring 2019 Distinguished Lecture in Art History by Dr. Krista Thompson, Northwestern University
      Tuesday, March 19
      3:30pm - 5pm
      Andrews Hall, Room 101

      Dr. Krista Thompson is the Mary Jane Crowe Professor of Art History at Northwestern University. She researches and teaches the modern and contemporary art and visual culture of the Africa diaspora, with an emphasis on photography. 

      Little Women Film Screening
      Wednesday, March 20
      Williamsburg Regional Library

      Join us for a screening of the film Little Women (1994) as well as a discussion about this groundbreaking novel!

      Kay Coles James Forum
      Monday, March 25
      Mason School of Business, Brinkley Commons

      Kay Coles James has an extensive background in crafting public policy and leading in nearly every sector of America's economy and will be interviewed by Professor Christine Nemacheck.

      GSWS Talks:  Dr. Amy E. Earhart & Izetta Autumn Mobley
      Tuesday, March 26
      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

      Dr. Amy E. Earhart is Associate Professor of English and affiliated faculty of Africana Studies at Texas A&M Uni¬≠versity. 

      Izetta Autumn Mobley is a doctoral candidate in Ameri­can Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park.

      My Journey to Waging Justice: from Combatting HIV/AIDS to Healing the Planet
      Thursday, March 28
      Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

      Join us in the Reves Room to discuss Dr. Paul Zeitz's new book: Waging Justice -- A Doctor's Journey to Speak Truth and Be Bold.

      Porch Talk with Teresa C. Younger, President and CEO, Ms. Foundation for Women
      Thursday, March 28
      James Blair Hall, History Department Library

      Teresa C. Younger is a renowned thought leader, strategist, advocate, activist and amplifier having spent over 20 years on the frontlines of some of the most critical battles affecting the lives of women and their communities.

      Jinlan Liu APIA Faculty Endowment Gift Ceremony & "Regulating Modernity in US Occupied Philippines"
      Friday, March 29
      12pm - 1:30pm
      Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 314

      APIA proudly welcomes Ms. Jinlan Liu who will endow APIA's first ever endowment for faculty research. After, Harvard's Dr. Genevieve Clutario will lecture on what may be the creation of the fashion sweat shop industry during US Empire in the Philippines.

      International Transgender Day of Visibility
      Sunday, March 31
      All day

      International Transgender Day of Visibility is honored annually and is a time to celebrate transgender people around the globe and the courage it takes to live authentically, while also raising awareness around the discrimination trans people still face.