Events

Tuesday, October 23

Mythical Creatures

Mythical Creatures

On view in the display case in Sawyer Library are three gouache paintings by Pauline Baynes, from her unpublished series Mythical Creatures. They include:...

Sawyer Library  
Scary Science

Scary Science

Scary Science: Schow's collection of the spooky and scary revealed. On display at the Schow Science Library, books from the collection showcasing the...

Schow Science Library  
Russian Language Table

Russian Language Table 12:00pm

Come and eat lunch with Russian faculty, the Russian Teaching Associate, and students of Russian. All are welcome, from beginners to advanced....

Paresky Center  
Arabic Language Table

Arabic Language Table 12:30pm

Come and eat lunch with Arabic faculty, the Arabic Teaching Associate, and students of Arabic. All are welcome, beginners to...

Paresky Center  
Japanese Language Table

Japanese Language Table 12:30pm

Come and eat lunch with Japanese faculty and students of Japanese. All are welcome, from beginners to advanced. http://cflang.williams.edu/

Mission Park  
Foreign Investment as a Cultural Process:  The case of Indian real estate

Foreign Investment as a Cultural Process: The... 2:45pm

Llera Searle '99 is a visiting assistant professor of Anthropology. Newly constructed high-rise housing and malls, soaring land prices, and violent...

Hopkins Hall  
Examining Chicana/o History through a Relational Lens

Examining Chicana/o History through a... 4:15pm

Please mark your calendar and plan to attend a lecture by guest speaker Natalia Molina, associate professor of ethnic studies at the University of...

Hopkins Hall  
Professor Erika Naginski to speak about "Rococo Vision and the 'Sonorous Body' of Architecture"

Professor Erika Naginski to speak about "Rococo... 5:30pm

The Robert Sterling Clark Visiting Professor for 2012-13, Erika Naginski will touch on art, sound, and architecture in this talk. More details on the topic...

The Clark  
How to keep being political until you are as old as I am

How to keep being political until you are as... 7:00pm

Robert Paul Wolff is professor emeritus of Philosophy and Afro-American Studies at UMass, Amherst. Among his many, many books are: In Defense of...

Griffin Hall  

Tuesday, October 23

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