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October 2020

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Immigrant Advocacy and Community Building with Dr. Anhlan Nguyen

Immigrant Advocacy and Community Building with Dr. Anhlan Nguyen

Tue, October 13th, 2020
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Join NLG and Dr. Anhlan Nguyen to discuss the skills that are crucial to advocacy and community building.

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Voting Rights, Election 2020, Colleges, Universities, and Us

Voting Rights, Election 2020, Colleges, Universities, and Us

Tue, October 20th, 2020
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This webinar features Presidents from four institutions representing distinct structures and student bodies: Berkshire Community College, Howard University, Rutgers University, and Williams College.

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Friday evening planetarium shows!

Fri, October 30th, 2020
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Interested in learning about the the stars and their epic life cycles? Want to know what it actually means for Jupiter to rise in Aries? Curious about the stories for whom constellations have served as vessels for millennia and across all continents? Come reserve a spot for our student-led zoom planetarium shows! Public shows are on Fridays at 8PM, but…

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November 2020

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DREAM TIME LECTURES: Isa Gagarin

Tue, November 10th, 2020
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Dream Time invites creative practitioners whose work is visionary, emboldening, and moves within expanded imaginations and dream spaces.

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Jewish and Catholic Interfaith Relations: A Lecture & Discussion with Monsignor Guy Massie

Wed, November 11th, 2020
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Catholicism and Judaism have a long and complicated history, including conflict and mutual respect. WCJA and Williams Catholic are excited to welcome Msgr. Guy Massie of Brooklyn NY, who will discuss the history of Catholic-Jewish relations

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Jesus & Racial Justice Panel: Do Justice, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly

Jesus & Racial Justice Panel: Do Justice, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly

Fri, November 13th, 2020
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Join us for a panel on “Do Justice, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly”, which is the third and final of a 3-part “Jesus and Racial Justice” panel series! This panel will be on Friday, November 13 at 8 PM ET on Zoom.

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Friday evening planetarium shows!

Fri, November 20th, 2020
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Interested in learning about the the stars and their epic life cycles? Want to know what it actually means for Jupiter to rise in Aries? Curious about the stories for whom constellations have served as vessels for millennia and across all continents? Come reserve a spot for our student-led zoom planetarium shows! Public shows are on Fridays at 8PM, but…

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December 2020

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DREAM TIME LECTURES: Cora Lautze

DREAM TIME LECTURES: Cora Lautze

Tue, December 8th, 2020
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Artist and Printmaker, Cora Lautze presents her work at Dream Time, a lecture series featuring creative practitioners whose work is visionary, emboldening, and moves within expanded imaginations and dream spaces. 6 PM EST!

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February 2021

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Valentine’s Day Yoga — co-sponsored by the Chaplains’ Office and Tasha Yoga

Valentine’s Day Yoga — co-sponsored by the Chaplains’ Office and Tasha Yoga

Sun, February 14th, 2021
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Come onto the meeting and greet one another, before segueing into an open level yoga class (teacher spotlighted) to connect with your heart! This class is for students of all levels and can be done in your room.

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The Food Network: How your brain makes you feel hungry and full

The Food Network: How your brain makes you feel hungry and full

Thu, February 25th, 2021
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Matt Carter, Associate Professor of Biology, will present the first of six talks in the 2021 Faculty Lecture Series. Open to the public. All are welcome!

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Friday night planetarium shows

Fri, February 26th, 2021
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Ever looked up at the night sky and wondered at what’s going on? You’re not alone! People have been doing that forever. Over generations, they have extracted knowledge of so many forms from them and integrated it deeply into every part of their lives. So whether you’d like to come together with other travelers and tell stories under the same…

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March 2021

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What the Pandemic Has Taught Us About Our New Public Sphere

What the Pandemic Has Taught Us About Our New Public Sphere

Tue, March 2nd, 2021
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Zeynep Tufekci, a sociologist at UNC and one of the nation's most influential public commentators on the COVID-19 crisis, will explore some key lessons of the pandemic.

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Forum on the Status of Women in Politics

Forum on the Status of Women in Politics

Wed, March 3rd, 2021
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In honor of Women's History Month, the Lecture Committee presents a Forum on the Status of Women in Politics with Maggie Haberman and Yamiche Alcindor. Moderated by Michel Martin. Free and open to the public. All are welcome.

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Answer Music: Observation and Abstraction of the Living World

Answer Music: Observation and Abstraction of the Living World

Thu, March 4th, 2021
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Mike Glier, Alexander Falck Class of 1899 Professor of Art, will present the second of six talks in the 2021 Faculty Lecture Series. Open to the public. All are welcome!

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Friday night planetarium shows

Fri, March 5th, 2021
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Ever looked up at the night sky and wondered at what’s going on? You’re not alone! People have been doing that forever. Over generations, they have extracted knowledge of so many forms from them and integrated it deeply into every part of their lives. So whether you’d like to come together with other travelers and tell stories under the same…

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Haiti, Beauty, and Justice in 2021: A Conversation with Edwidge Danticat and Évelyne Trouillot

Haiti, Beauty, and Justice in 2021: A Conversation with Edwidge Danticat and Évelyne Trouillot

Tue, March 9th, 2021
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Here is a link to the recording of this event. In a recent essay, the award-winning Haitian author Évelyne Trouillot writes, "...my writings, stemming from my lived experience and my aesthetic and social vision for a more beautiful and just world, are presented to readers who are not always acquainted with my reality..." The same can be said of the internationally…

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Artist talk with Erin Shirreff

Artist talk with Erin Shirreff

Wed, March 10th, 2021
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Artist Erin Shirreff discusses her work and her current exhibition at the Clark Art Institute, Remainders. Shirreff works between photography, sculpture, and video to explore the relationship between objects and their representation.

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The Faraway Brought Close: Poetry and the Work of Feeling

The Faraway Brought Close: Poetry and the Work of Feeling

Thu, March 11th, 2021
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Jessica Fisher, Associate Professor of English, will present the third in a series of six talks in the Faculty Lecture Series this spring. Open to the public. All are welcome!

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On ‘Caste’: A Virtual Conversation with Isabel Wilkerson

On ‘Caste’: A Virtual Conversation with Isabel Wilkerson

Tue, March 16th, 2021
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Isabel Wilkerson, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Humanities Medal, will participate in a virtual conversation with Hari Ramesh '11, followed by a moderated audience Q&A.

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Understanding the Interplay of Stress, Relationships, and Biology: Implications for the Development of Depression and Anxiety

Understanding the Interplay of Stress, Relationships, and Biology: Implications for the Development of Depression and Anxiety

Thu, March 18th, 2021
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Kate Stroud, Associate Professor of Psychology, will present the fourth in a series of six talks in the Faculty Lecture Series this spring. Open to the public. All are welcome!

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From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the Twenty-First Century

From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the Twenty-First Century

Thu, March 18th, 2021
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A moderated conversation with William A. "Sandy" Darity Jr. and A. Kirsten Mullen, the co-authors of From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the Twenty-First Century. Racism and discrimination have choked economic opportunity for African Americans at nearly every turn. At several historic moments, the trajectory of racial inequality could have been altered dramatically. Perhaps no moment was…

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Ecological Judaism for the 21st Century

Ecological Judaism for the 21st Century

Thu, March 18th, 2021
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Join Rabbi Natan Margalit, PhD, for a conversation about Jewish contributions to fighting climate change, ecological degradation, and creating a flourishing world. All are welcome, with no background in Judaism or environmentalism required! Cosponsored by the Williams College Jewish Association, the Center for Environmental Studies, and the Zilkha Center. Zoom link: https://williams.zoom.us/j/99493819064

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Bicentennial Medalist in Conversation: Jason Hehir ’98

Bicentennial Medalist in Conversation: Jason Hehir ’98

Tue, March 23rd, 2021
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Join Jason Hehir ’98 and acclaimed sportswriter Tim Layden ’78 in conversation. Hehir is a seven-time Emmy-winning director and producer whose 2020 series The Last Dance chronicled the Chicago Bulls dynasty and Michael Jordan’s career.

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Medical Neglect, Unsafe Conditions and Mass Hysterectomies: Blowing the Whistle on an ICE Camp

Medical Neglect, Unsafe Conditions and Mass Hysterectomies: Blowing the Whistle on an ICE Camp

Wed, March 24th, 2021
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Nurse Dawn Wooten blew the whistle on dangerous and inhumane health practices in a Georgia ICE facility in September 2020. She will speak about her experiences.

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Friday night planetarium shows

Fri, March 26th, 2021
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Ever looked up at the night sky and wondered at what’s going on? You’re not alone! People have been doing that forever. Over generations, they have extracted knowledge of so many forms from them and integrated it deeply into every part of their lives. So whether you’d like to come together with other travelers and tell stories under the same…

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Watch “Test Pattern,” with the DC & Images Cinema on Wednesday, 03/31/21–with talkback afterward

Watch “Test Pattern,” with the DC & Images Cinema on Wednesday, 03/31/21–with talkback afterward

Wed, March 31st, 2021
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DC's Social Change Film Series will be observing the end of Woman's History Month by hosting a screening of "Test Pattern," with a talkback following. Representatives from the Elizabeth Freeman Center and RASAN will help with the talkback.

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April 2021

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Smart Home Devices: Why They Don’t Always Work Correctly

Smart Home Devices: Why They Don’t Always Work Correctly

Thu, April 1st, 2021
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Kelly Shaw, Associate Professor of Computer Science, will present the final talk in the 2021 Faculty Lecture Series. Open to the public. All are welcome!

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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
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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…

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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
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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…

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Prof. Brian Kane – Class of 1960 Music Lecture

Prof. Brian Kane – Class of 1960 Music Lecture

Wed, April 14th, 2021
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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

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Subject to Change: Poetry and Conversation

Subject to Change: Poetry and Conversation

Thu, April 15th, 2021
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Poetry readings and conversation with four of the poets featured in the 2020 Williams Reads selection, Subject to Change. Audience Q&A to follow. Moderated by the book's editor, H. Melt.

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A Discussion with Professor Dylan Rodríguez

A Discussion with Professor Dylan Rodríguez

Fri, April 16th, 2021
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A Discussion with Professor Dylan Rodríguez Moderated by Profs. Jan Padios (AMST) and Dorothy Wang (AMST) Please join us for a discussion of abolition, organizing, anti-Asian American violence, and the colonial-racial logics of the COVID-19 pandemic, with Dylan Rodríguez this Friday, April 16th, at 3pm Eastern. Dylan Rodríguez is a professor in the Department of Media & Cultural Studies at UC Riverside. Rodríguez's thinking,…

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"The Model Minority Myth, Anti-Asian Racism, Anti-Black Racism, and COVID-19" with Jennifer Ho

"The Model Minority Myth, Anti-Asian Racism, Anti-Black Racism, and COVID-19" with Jennifer Ho

Mon, April 19th, 2021
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The Model Minority Myth, Anti-Asian Racism, Anti-Black Racism, and COVID-19 with Jennifer Ho, Director of the Center for Humanities & the Arts and Professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder

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Williamstown COOL Committee & Zilkha Center host Panel on Net-Zero Williamstown

Williamstown COOL Committee & Zilkha Center host Panel on Net-Zero Williamstown

Tue, April 20th, 2021
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Join members of the COOL Committee, town government, staff and students, and State Senator Adam Hinds for a conversation about transitioning Williamstown to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. Moderated by Prof. Hank Art and Nancy Nylen.

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Gospel Choir Virtual Concert

Gospel Choir Virtual Concert

Sat, April 24th, 2021
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The Williams College Gospel Choir presents a virtual concert. See the Facebook event listing, or just Zoom in!

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“Asian American Histories, the Chinese Diaspora, and U.S.-China Relations” with Gordon H. Chang

“Asian American Histories, the Chinese Diaspora, and U.S.-China Relations” with Gordon H. Chang

Mon, April 26th, 2021
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Asian American Histories, the Chinese Diaspora, and U.S.-China Relations by Gordon H. Chang, Senior Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education & the Olive H. Palmer Professor in Humanities, Stanford University. Moderated by Dorothy Wang, Professor and Program Chair, American Studies Program.

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Fragmentary Remains: Books of the Dead at Williams College

Fragmentary Remains: Books of the Dead at Williams College

Tue, April 27th, 2021
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The Chapin Library invites you to a talk by Egyptologist Foy Scalf, who will show how our small collection of papyrus scraps can be deconstructed, connected with other fragments around the globe, and reconstructed for the digital age.

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I Look for Other Worlds: The Art of Haitian Feminism

I Look for Other Worlds: The Art of Haitian Feminism

Thu, April 29th, 2021
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This talk is based on Régine Michelle Jean-Charles's forthcoming book, Looking for Other Worlds: Black Feminism, Literary Ethics, and Haitian Fiction, a Black feminist analysis of novels by Yanick Lahens, Kettly Mars, and Evelyne Trouillot.  Jean-Charles places these three contemporary authors in conversation with a range of Black feminist intellectuals from different contexts as to explore their ethical imagination. Each of…

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Watch "American Arab," then join the DC on 04/29 @ 8pm for a talkback! Free, all are welcome!

Watch "American Arab," then join the DC on 04/29 @ 8pm for a talkback! Free, all are welcome!

Thu, April 29th, 2021
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Iraqi-American filmmaker Usama Alshaibi (Nice Bombs) shares his own story of experiencing racism in post-9/11 America.

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Surveillance Networks: Media, Software and Military Technology in Arab Essay Film w/ Róisín Tapponi

Surveillance Networks: Media, Software and Military Technology in Arab Essay Film w/ Róisín Tapponi

Fri, April 30th, 2021
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Join Nazar Magazine for a talk with Róisín Tapponi, an Iraqi-Irish curator, film programmer, and researcher. Róisín is the founder of Habibi Collective, an open-access digital archive for women's filmmaking from Southwest Asia and North Africa (SWANA), and the CEO of Shasha, the first independent streaming service for SWANA film. She joins us to give a talk on the intersections…

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May 2021

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Vivian Shaw: "Covid-19 and AAPI Communities, a conversation on disasters and citizenship"

Vivian Shaw: "Covid-19 and AAPI Communities, a conversation on disasters and citizenship"

Tue, May 4th, 2021
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Vivian Shaw: Covid-19 and AAPI Communities, a conversation on disasters and citizenship. Moderated by and in conversation with Jan Padios, Associate Professor, American Studies Program. Vivian Shaw is a College Fellow in the Department of Sociology at Harvard University and the Lead Researcher (co-PI) for the AAPI COVID-19 Project, a multi-method investigation into the impacts of the pandemic on the…

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Min Jin Lee: Reading and Conversation - May 6!

Min Jin Lee: Reading and Conversation - May 6!

Thu, May 6th, 2021
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Author Min Jin Lee will read from her work, engage in a conversation with Prof. Sam Crane, and take audience questions. All are welcome to attend!

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Prof. Deborah Wong – Class of 1960 Music Lecture

Prof. Deborah Wong – Class of 1960 Music Lecture

Tue, May 11th, 2021
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In this Class of 1960 Lecture titled, Playlists for Asian America, Prof. Deborah Wong of University of California Riverside asks: "If you were asked to curate an Asian American playlist, what would you include? Or leave out?" This Zoom meeting is open to the general public. If you were asked to curate an Asian American playlist, what would you include?…

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Eddie S. Glaude, Jr. “The Black Lives of Tulsa and Today: Massacre, Memory, and Moral Reckoning”

Eddie S. Glaude, Jr. “The Black Lives of Tulsa and Today: Massacre, Memory, and Moral Reckoning”

Wed, May 12th, 2021
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Wednesday, May 12- 7:00-8:15 pm. Distinguished Guest Eddie S. Glaude, Jr. "The Black Lives of Tulsa and Today: Massacre, Memory, and Moral Reckoning." In conversation with Tyran K. Steward, Assistant Professor of History at Williams College. One of the nation’s most prominent scholars, Eddie S. Glaude, Jr. is an author, political commentator, public intellectual, and passionate educator who examines the…

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Comparative Deserts Conference

Comparative Deserts Conference

Thu, May 20th, 2021
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Williams College is hosting the Comparative Deserts Conference on May 20-21. All are welcome. Funded by a grant from the Global Initiative Fund.

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Comparative Deserts Conference - Day 2

Comparative Deserts Conference - Day 2

Fri, May 21st, 2021
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Deserts have long acted as spaces of political tension and asymmetrical power, functioning as testing grounds for nuclear weapons, zones of indefinite detention and death, spaces of ecological disaster, and sites of geopolitical threat. The desert today continues to evoke problematic imaginaries of narcotraffickers, “illegal” immigrants, smugglers, and Islamist militias, images that have prompted justifications for policing, securitization, gridding, exploiting,…

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MSU Teach-In with Dr. Atshan on Israel/Palestine 101: So What’s Going On? TODAY! @ 7 – 8:30 PM

MSU Teach-In with Dr. Atshan on Israel/Palestine 101: So What’s Going On? TODAY! @ 7 – 8:30 PM

Tue, May 25th, 2021
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Have questions about what's happening in Palestine and Israel? Don't know enough and want to learn more? Join MSU in a teach-in on "Israel/Palestine 101: So What's Going On?" by Dr. Sa'ed Atshan of Swarthmore College this Tuesday at 7PM!!

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October 2021

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W. Allison Davis ’24 & John A Davis ’33 Lecture:Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis: Liberation Psychology

W. Allison Davis ’24 & John A Davis ’33 Lecture:Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis: Liberation Psychology

Tue, October 26th, 2021
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W. Allison Davis '24 & John A. Davis '33 Lecture Presents:
Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis
Liberation Psychology: Mental Health and Wholeness for Black, Indigenous and People of Color
Tuesday, 10-26-2021 @ 7:30PM (EST)
*VIRTUAL LECTURE*

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January 2022

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Glasgow on the Hoosic: The Climate Crisis after COP 26

Glasgow on the Hoosic: The Climate Crisis after COP 26

Sat, January 15th, 2022
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"Glasgow on the Hoosic: The Climate Crisis after COP26" with William Moomaw, former member of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and Elizabeth Kolbert, staff writer at The New Yorker and author of "The Sixth Extinction"

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Williams Reads Historian Panel

Williams Reads Historian Panel

Thu, January 20th, 2022
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Williams Reads invites the community to virtual event with historians David A. Varel, Lynn Rainville, and Stefan Bradley as part of the January programming around this year's book selection, Ebony and Ivy by Craig Steven Wilder.

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Williams Reads Alumni Panel

Williams Reads Alumni Panel

Fri, January 21st, 2022
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Williams Reads invites you to a virtual panel featuring notable alumni professors Aston Gonzalez, Tatiana Cruz , and Jallicia Jolly. Part of the Williams Reads programming for 2022.

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Remote Film Screening of “12th and Delaware” (2010) with Planned Parenthood

Sun, January 30th, 2022
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Join the Berkshire Doula Project and Planned Parenthood this Sunday for a remote screening of the film "12th and Delaware" to reflect on the 49th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Discussion and prize raffle will follow! Sign up through the link.

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February 2022

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Claiming Williams Morning Keynote: Shannon Holsey

Claiming Williams Morning Keynote: Shannon Holsey

Thu, February 3rd, 2022
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Shannon Holsey, President of the Stockbridge-Munsee Tribal Council, will deliver the morning keynote address for Claiming Williams 2022. This is a virtual event. All are welcome.

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On the Frontlines of Inequity: Legal Issues Impacting Native Americans

On the Frontlines of Inequity: Legal Issues Impacting Native Americans

Thu, February 3rd, 2022
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Human rights advocate Chris Stearns, Williams Class of 1986, will discuss the most pressing legal issues impacting Indigenous American communities today.

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Claiming Williams Evening Keynote: Craig Steven Wilder

Claiming Williams Evening Keynote: Craig Steven Wilder

Thu, February 3rd, 2022
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Join us for a virtual presentation by Craig Steven Wilder, Professor of History at M.I.T. and the author of this year's Williams Reads selection, Ebony & Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America’s Universities.

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Arguing for the Future: Case Studies in Environmental Advocacy in the Courts and on the Hill

Arguing for the Future: Case Studies in Environmental Advocacy in the Courts and on the Hill

Tue, February 15th, 2022
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"Arguing for the Future: Case Studies in Environmental Advocacy in the Courts and on the Hill"
Class of 1960 Scholars in Environmental Studies Program presents a talk by Kate DeSormeau '02 and Mohammed Memfis '21.

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2/15, 8-8:45 PM Admission as a Launching Pad: What do alumni do after working in admission?

Tue, February 15th, 2022
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Interested in learning where working in college admissions can get you? Join Williams’ Admissions Office’s Alumni Panel at 8PM on February 15th to find out how working at Weston can springboard your career.

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2/22, 8-8:45 PM Admission Q&A: Join Lance Ledet ’21 for a Q&A on the Admission Counselor role!

Tue, February 22nd, 2022
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If you’re interested in college access, spreading the word about the Purple Valley, or playing a role in shaping future Williams classes, consider learning more about the soon-to-be-posted Admission Counselor position at our Q&A event on February 22nd at 8 p.m.! You’ll hear from Lance Ledet '21 about how our office is structured, what our work looks like throughout the…

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March 2022

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Danielle Allen: Democracy in the Time of Coronavirus

Danielle Allen: Democracy in the Time of Coronavirus

Wed, March 16th, 2022
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This virtual event is happening today at 5pm. Danielle Allen will deliver a talk and then engage in conversation with Neil Roberts. Audience Q and A to follow. All are welcome!

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April 2022

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(4/20)“The End of Theory of “Religion”?” Zoom lecture by Prof. Jason Ānanda Josephson Storm

(4/20)“The End of Theory of “Religion”?” Zoom lecture by Prof. Jason Ānanda Josephson Storm

Wed, April 20th, 2022
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The End of Theory of “Religion”? (hosted by Reed College)
Zoom Lecture by Williams Professor & Award-winning Author--Jason Ānanda Josephson Storm-about the end of theory of "religion" and a proposed new model for what might replace it.

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May 2022

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Abolition, Care & Indigenous Liberation: Dian Million & Stephanie Lumsden

Abolition, Care & Indigenous Liberation: Dian Million & Stephanie Lumsden

Thu, May 5th, 2022
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Abolition, Care and Indigenous Liberation: A Conversation between Dian Million and Stephanie Lumsden
May 5, 4pm EST/1pm PT, Zoom

Zoom: https://williams.zoom.us/j/93925621647?pwd=NzRtcGlXTnRuMmdQWGdnYnlqVGpCUT09

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October 2022

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Climate Justice Series | “A History of the Climate Justice Movement”

Climate Justice Series | “A History of the Climate Justice Movement”

Wed, October 5th, 2022
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This fall, the Africana Studies Department will host a Climate Justice Series comprising student-centered seminars, discussions, film screenings, and other activities related to the climate crisis.

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Climate Justice Series | “Campaigning for Climate Justice: The What, the Who and the How?”

Climate Justice Series | “Campaigning for Climate Justice: The What, the Who and the How?”

Wed, October 12th, 2022
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Samia Dumbiya, Campaigns Associate at Change.org, Climate Justice 1:00–2:00 pm
activist and Co-founder, Seize the Vote UK

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November 2022

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Climate Justice Series | “A People’s Green New Deal: Where to Now?”

Climate Justice Series | “A People’s Green New Deal: Where to Now?”

Wed, November 2nd, 2022
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Max Ajl, Associated researcher, Tunisian Observatory for Food Sovereignty and the Environment and postdoctoral fellow with the Rural Sociology Group at Wageningen University

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The Future of Nature: A Conversation with Prof. Laura Martin & journalist Emma Marris

The Future of Nature: A Conversation with Prof. Laura Martin & journalist Emma Marris

Thu, November 10th, 2022
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Professor Laura Martin and award-winning journalist Emma Marris discuss the future of biodiversity conservation in an online event moderated by Abby Spinak of the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

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Park McArthur Artist Talk

Park McArthur Artist Talk

Thu, November 17th, 2022
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Park McArthur will deliver an artist talk on Nov 17 from 5:30-7:30pm on zoom with ASL and CART captioning, as part of the 1960s Scholars Speaker Series hosted by the Williams College Studio Art +Art History Department.

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Afghan Refugee Roundtable: One Year Later

Afghan Refugee Roundtable: One Year Later

Mon, November 21st, 2022
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Join for a conversation and brainstorm about challenges, opportunities, and priorities concerning refugee resettlement.

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Climate Justice Series | “How are the Guyanese People Fighting for Ecological Survival?”

Climate Justice Series | “How are the Guyanese People Fighting for Ecological Survival?”

Wed, November 30th, 2022
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Melinda Janki, International human rights and environmental lawyer

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May 2023

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Abortion Rights in the Deep South: Reflections on the Ongoing Struggle for Reproductive Justice

Abortion Rights in the Deep South: Reflections on the Ongoing Struggle for Reproductive Justice

Tue, May 9th, 2023
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The Andrew B. Weiss, M.D., Lecture on Medicine and Medical Ethics, delivered by Laurie Bertram Roberts, Executive Director of the Yellowhammer fund, a reproductive justice organization serving Alabama, Mississippi, and the Deep South.

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February 2024

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STATE OF THE RIVER: Hoosic River Watershed Association - Prof. Allison Gill - All Welcome! Zoom Meeting.

STATE OF THE RIVER: Hoosic River Watershed Association - Prof. Allison Gill - All Welcome! Zoom Meeting.

Tue, February 13th, 2024
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2024 State of the River Conference, Hoosic River Watershed Association. All welcome at this public lecture by Assistant Professor of Biology, Allison Gill: "Land to water - managing terrestrial landscapes to support healthy waterways."

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