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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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