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6 April 2000 ­ What Causes Menopause? Noon, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing. Professor of Nursing Nancy Reame from the University of Michigan will discuss this and other NIH-fundable questions in women's health research for the next decade. Call 727-2630 or email whsnipe@nurse.emory.edu.

6 April 2000 ­ Truth, Justice, and Jazz: Aesthetics, Ethics, and Social Change. 7:30 p.m., Winship Ballroom, duc. Professor of Religious Studies and Women's Studies Sharon Welch of the University of Missouri-Columbia will speak. Welch's recent book is Sweet Dreams in America: Making Ethics and Spirituality Work. Her lecture will feature a live jazz performance. Call 727-3064 or email mbroo03@learnlink.emory.edu.

7 April 2000 ­ The Ethics of the Glance. 6 p.m., White Hall. Edward Casey, professor of philosophy at SUNY/Stonybrook, will speak at this colloquium sponsored by the philosophy department. Call 727-7966 or email msulli2@ emory.edu.

10 April 2000 ­ Opening Africa, Closing our Minds: Encounters with Religion and Magic. 4 p.m., Carlos Museum Lecture Hall. Professor Johannes Fabian of the University of Amsterdam will deliver this lecture sponsored by the religion department. Call 727-7566 or email tavery@emory.edu.

11 April 2000 ­ Nietzsche's Other Life: "Europe's Buddha" and "Asia's Savior." 12:45 p.m., Candler Library. ila professor Purushottama Bilimoria will deliver this Brown Bag Lunch Talk sponsored by Asian studies. Call 727-6280 or email ecrosa@emory.edu.

16 April 2000 ­ A Garland of Talking Heads for the Goddess: Reflections on the 'Western' Kali. 5:00 p.m., 206 White Hall. Jeffrey Kripal, associate professor of religion, Westminster College, will deliver this lecture sponsored by Asian studies. Call 727-6280 or email ecrosa@emory.edu.

18-19 April 2000 ­ Adrienne Rich Reading and Colloquium. Reading April 18, 8:00 p.m., Glenn Memorial Auditorium; Colloquium April 19, 2:30 p.m., Jones Room, Woodruff Library. Winner of the National Book Award and a MacArthur Fellowship, poet Adrienne Rich will read from her work for the English department/creating writing program awards night. Call 727-4683 or email pvitari@emory.edu.

20 April 2000 ­ Determinants of Barrier Function in Epithelial Cell Membranes. 9:00 a.m., Room 271 Cell Biology/Physiology building. Warren G. Hill, research assistant professor of medicine from the University of Pittsburgh, will deliver this lecture sponsored by the physiology department. Call 727-7400 or email Marlene@Physio.emory.edu.