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February 2021

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The Pandemic Series

The Pandemic Series

Wed, February 3rd, 2021
12:00 am
- Wed, April 28th, 2021
12:00 am
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Join us for this year-long series of Oakley discussions applies an interdisciplinary medical-humanities lens to the pandemic.

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April 2021

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STEM students!  Churchill Scholarship Info Session

STEM students! Churchill Scholarship Info Session

Tue, April 13th, 2021
4:00 pm
- 5:00 pm
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Williams is partnering with Amherst, Middlebury, and Bowdoin to bring you a virtual info session on the Churchill Scholarship. The session will feature Executive Director of The Winston Churchill Foundation Michael Morse and three current/former Churchill Scholars: Zoe Dietrich Bowdoin Class of 2021   Earth Sciences Jesse Freeman Williams Class of 2015    Mathematics Jamie Tucker-Foltz Amherst Class of 2019    Computer Science … Continue reading "STEM students! Churchill Scholarship Info Session"

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Under the Skin: Racism as a Public Health Threat

Under the Skin: Racism as a Public Health Threat

Tue, April 13th, 2021
4:30 pm
- 6:00 pm
Zoom Link
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Linda Villarosa is a contributing writer to the New York Times Magazine, covering race and public health and a former executive editor at Essence Magazine. In 2017, her cover story "America's Hidden HIV Epidemic" was honored with an Excellence in Journalism Award by the NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists; that organization inducted her into its Hall of Fame in … Continue reading "Under the Skin: Racism as a Public Health Threat"

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Linda Villarosa Lecture and Follow-Up Dialogue- Under the Skin: Racism as Public Health Threat

Linda Villarosa Lecture and Follow-Up Dialogue- Under the Skin: Racism as Public Health Threat

Tue, April 13th, 2021
4:30 pm
- 6:00 pm
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One event on Thu, April 15th, 2021 at 4:30pm

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 Under the Skin: Racism as a Public Health Threat. Linda Villarosa is a contributing writer to the New York Times Magazine (including the Pulitzer-winning 1619 Project),  and the former executive editor at Essence Magazine.

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Economics Class of 1960 Scholar Seminar

Economics Class of 1960 Scholar Seminar

Tue, April 13th, 2021
4:40 pm
- 6:00 pm
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Damon Jones, Associate Professor at University of Chicago's Harris School of Public Policy, will be presenting "How Do Distributions from Retirement Accounts Respond to Early Withdrawal Penalties? Evidence from Administrative Tax Returns” (by Gopi Shah Goda, Damon Jones, and Shanthi Ramnath).  For the Zoom information, please register using the link.

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Crip Time in Pandemic Time: A Conversation about Race, Gender, and Disability

Crip Time in Pandemic Time: A Conversation about Race, Gender, and Disability

Tue, April 13th, 2021
7:00 pm
- 8:00 pm
Zoom Link
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An evening event about wellness and life at college in the time of Covid with Jina B. Kim and Mimi Khúc in conversation with María Elena Cepeda. Zoom link Mimi Khúc, PhD, is a writer, scholar, and Disability Studies educator. Khúc is Managing Editor of The Asian American Literary Review, and she also oversees the Open in Emergency Initiative, a multi-year … Continue reading "Crip Time in Pandemic Time: A Conversation about Race, Gender, and Disability"

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Cricket Country: An Indian Odyssey in the Age of Empire featuring Prashant Kidambi

Cricket Country: An Indian Odyssey in the Age of Empire featuring Prashant Kidambi

Wed, April 14th, 2021
4:15 pm
- 5:30 pm
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Prashant Kidambi is Associate Professor in Colonial Urban History at the University of Leicester. (Sponsored by Department of History, Asian Studies Program and the Oakley Center for Humanities and Social Sciences.)

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Mapping Our Unwellness: A Workshop on Mental Health for Latinx Students led by Mimi Khúc

Mapping Our Unwellness: A Workshop on Mental Health for Latinx Students led by Mimi Khúc

Wed, April 14th, 2021
4:30 pm
- 5:30 pm
Zoom Link
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Mimi Khúc is a writer, scholar, and teacher of things unwell and Scholar/Artist/Activist in Residence in Disability Studies at Georgetown University. She is the managing editor of The Asian American Literary Review and guest editor of Open in Emergency: A Special Issue on Asian American Mental Health. She is very slowly working on several book projects, including a manifesto on … Continue reading "Mapping Our Unwellness: A Workshop on Mental Health for Latinx Students led by Mimi Khúc"

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Prof. Brian Kane – Class of 1960 Music Lecture

Prof. Brian Kane – Class of 1960 Music Lecture

Wed, April 14th, 2021
4:30 pm
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Free

In his talk titled, In Search of Audile Technique, Prof. Brian Kane of Yale University lays out some of the ways that he has been thinking about the relationship between technological devices, listening techniques, and histories of auditory cultural practices. This lecture is a Zoom meeting open to the general public. Zoomlink TBA

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“Every Single Job in Television, Explained”  a talk by Michael Sardo

“Every Single Job in Television, Explained” a talk by Michael Sardo

Wed, April 14th, 2021
7:00 pm
- 8:00 pm
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Please join us for a public lecture by Williams alum (and former English major!) Michael Sardo.

https://williams.zoom.us/j/95511993271?pwd=clVEMUw3YjgvSm9sbFgvY0RRVGM3UT09#success

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