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- The Caribbean in the New Global Order
- Tricontinental Challenges from the Global South. Public Talk by Dr Percy Hintzen, Professor of Sociology at Florida International University
- 4:30 pm, Leighton 304
- MC Richards: The Paradox of Being at the Center, 1964
- The forgotten legacy of MC Richards (1916-1999) & extended influence of her groundbreaking book, Centering: On Pottery, Poetry & the Person
- 6:00 pm, Boliou 104
- Beverly Bell, public talk, Charity vs Justice - Haiti Justice Alliance
- Charity vs. Justice, Challenging the Global Engagement Model
- 7:00 pm, Gould Library Athenaeum
- Eva Brann: "Momentary Morality and Extended Ethics"
- Eva Brann, former dean and longest-serving tutor at St. John's College, Annapolis. She is a 2005 recipient of the National Humanities Medal.
- 7:30 pm, Library Athenaeum
- Student-Faculty Collaborative Research in the Humanities:Burma&Beyond
- Common Time Student-Faculty Collaborative Research in the Humanities: Burma & Beyond
- 12:00 pm, Gould Library Athenaeum
- Telling: Minnesota - Carrying the Conversation Forward
- Community reading project around "The Telling Project" about veterans' experiences.
- 4:00 pm, Weitz Center 236, Larson Meeting Room
- Visiting Cowling Professor Margaret Atherton to give public talk
- Professor Atherton's talk "Where are the Women in (the History of) Philosophy?" Everyone welcome. Pizza served.
- 12:00 pm, Leighton #304
- Intl Legal & Feminist Views of Justice in War,Talk/Lunch,MAXINE MARCUS
- 12:00 pm, Leighton 236
- Steve Hindle,Huntington,Talk:An Economic Historian Plays w/Art History
- 4:30 pm, Leighton 305 (pending)