"Trouble in Paradise"

Professor Valerie Smith, Woodrow Wilson Professor of Literature at Princeton University will give a lecture on the works of Toni Morrison entitled, “Trouble in Paradise.” This event is free and open to the public. Reception will follow the lec…

Middle East Panel: Current Turmoil and Future Prospects

Discussion and Q&A on the current situation in the Middle East, featuring scholars in the fields of government, economics, language, history, and religion.Thursday, March 17th 4:00 pm – 6:30pmMiller Hall (Mason School of Business) Brinkley Com…

All is Fair in Art and War: Confiscation of Cultural Property during Times of Armed Conflict

Monday, March 21st 5:00 pmLaw School, Room 127

Gavan McCormack, "The Prefecture that Says "No!" – Okinawa as Japan’s Tahrir Square"

Professor Gavan McCormack will deliver the Art Matsu Lecture on Okinawa and the the civic democratic activism that has evolved in Okinawa out of the 14-year long resistance to US and Japanese attempts to build a new Marine base there.Friday, M…

Victor Mair – "The Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Background of the Silk Road"

Professor Victor Mair will present a lecture titled “The Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Background of the Silk Road”Friday, April 15th 3:30 pmWashington Hall, Room 201

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