MICROBIOLOGY & MOLECULAR GENETICS SEMINAR
"Not the Last Word on Mycobacterial Virulence." Fred Quinn, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 3 p.m. 3052 Rollins Center. Free. 727-5950.
"Multi-sited Ethnography: The Radical Discourses on Europe." Doug Holmes, anthropologist and visiting professor in the Graduate Institute of Liberal Arts. 4 p.m. 206 Geosciences Bldg. Free. 727-7518.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH FILM
"Sankofa." 6 p.m. Harland Cinema, Dobbs Center. Free. 727-6754.
CREATIVE WRITING PROGRAM LECTURE
Anthropologist Clifford Geertz will read from his work. 8:15 p.m. 206 White Hall. Free. 727-4683.
Tuesday, February 13
BLACK HISTORY MONTH SERVICE
Service of Word and Table. 11:15 a.m. Cannon Chapel. Free. 727-6754.
"Unexpected Roles of Retinoblastoma Protein in Cell Growth and Differentiation." Wen-Hwa Lee, Institute of Biotechnology Center for Molecular Medicine, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio. Noon. 5052 Rollins Center. Free. 727-5983.
MUSEUM FOOD FOR THOUGHT LECTURE
Karen O'Day, art history, will discuss the Panamanian pedestal plates in the William C. and Carol W. Thibadeau Collection. Noon. Ancient American Galleries, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
CREATIVE WRITING PROGRAM COLLOQUIUM
Anthropologist Clifford Geertz will hold a public colloquium. 2:30 p.m. 206 Geosciences. Free. 727-4683.
"Do Students Learn What Teachers Teach?" Rebecca Chopp, School of Theology. 4:30-5:30 p.m. 202 Formal Lounge, Cannon Chapel. Free. 727-6226.
EMORY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION SEMINAR
"You and Your Aging Parent." Presenters Deborah Sullivan, Senior Connection; Mary Kreisle, Emory Hospital; and Les Redwine, Members First Financial Services. 7 p.m. D. Abbott Turner Center, 1703 Clifton Road. Reservations required. Free. 329-6415, ext. 304.
ETHICS AND PUBLIC POLICY FORUM
"The Role of Religion in the Renewal of America." Ralph Reed, executive director of The Christian Coalition, and respondents Steven Tipton, School of Theology, and John Witte Jr., School of Law. 7:30 p.m. Cox Hall Auditorium. Free. 727-4954.
"Man of Marble"(Poland, 1977), an engrossing Citizen Kane-like reconstruction of the rise and fall of a working class hero in the Stalinist 1950s. In Polish with English subtitles. 7:30 p.m. 206 White Hall. Free. 727-6582.
Wednesday, February 14
MUSEUM CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT
Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta will perform works by Gershwin and Cole Porter. Soprano Theresa Hopkin as the featured performer. Noon. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
ETHICS CENTER LECTURE
"Response to Religion in the Renewal of America." Speakers include Rev. David Key, Georgia Interfaith Alliance; Linda Hamrick, The Christian Coalition in Georgia; Debbie Tuschall, librarian; and Rabbi Arnold Goodman, Congregation Ahavath Achim. 4-6 p.m. Winship Ballroom, Dobbs Center. Free. 727-4954.
ATLANTA-EMORY ORCHESTRA CONCERT
The Atlanta-Emory Orchestra, under the direction of Jere Flint, will present the winners of the Department of Music Concerto Competition. 8:15 p.m. Glenn Memorial Auditorium. Free. 727-6666.
Thursday, February 15
9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Emory Clinic Executive Park, bloodmobile in parking lot. 727-9355.
9 a.m.-1 p.m. Emory Clinic Decatur Plaza Conference Room, 101 W. Ponce de Leon Avenue. 727-9355.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH SERVICE
Service of Music. 11 a.m. Cannon Chapel. Free. 727-6754.
AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES LECTURE
"Dual Values and African Politics." Wole Soyinka, Nobel Laureate and distinguished visiting professor in African American Studies. 3:30 p.m. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum Free. 727-6847.
LINGUISTICS LECTURE SERIES
"The Eternal Triangle: Language, Gender and Power." Robin Lakoff, linguistics, University of California, Berkeley. 4:30 Faculty Dining Room, Dobbs Center. Free. 727-7904.
"Surrealist Vision and Technique: The Cinema." Robin Blaetz, film studies. This lecture will introduce an eight-week film series. 7:30 p.m. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES SCANDINAVIAN LECTURE
"Norway's Native Language Renaissance." Norman Black, writer. 7:30 p.m. 103 White Hall. Free. 727-6562.
JAPANESE FILM FESTIVAL
"Osaka Story"(1994), The film depicts an intimate, personal portrait of strained family relations in contemporary Japan. 8 p.m. 101 White Hall. Free. 727-3466.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH DANCE PERFORMANCE
"Negro Spirituals," choreographed by Helen Tamiris, and part of the Oxford Studies Series. 8 p.m. Williams Gym, Dance Studio, Oxford College. Free tickets required. (770) 784-8367.
Friday, February 16
AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLOQUIUM
Wole Soyinka, Nobel Laureate and distinguished visiting professor in African American Studies, speaking. Noon. 201B Candler Library. Free. 727-6847.
Internationally renowned pianist Peter Serkin performing. 8:15 p.m. Glenn Memorial Auditorium. Program includes works by Wolpe, Beethoven and Brahms. $18 general admission. 727-6187.
Saturday, February 17
Emory vs. University of the South. Noon. Chappell Park. 727-6547.
Sunday, February 18
Frøydis Haug, assistant to the chaplain, preaching. 11:15 a.m. Cannon Chapel. 727-6226.
CHOICES: A WOMEN'S FORUM
Varied programming for women students. 5 p.m.Women's Center. Free. 727-2000.
DROP-IN CONSULTATION AND REFERRALS
Trish Lane. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. No appointment necessary. Women's Center. Free. 727-2000.
Through Feb. 17
"Married Life," a world premiere work by Emory professor/playwright Frank Manley, features three variations on marriage, each told by an unreliable narrator. 8 p.m. Mary Gray Munroe Theater, Dobbs Center. $12 general admission. 727-6187.
Through Feb. 28
SCHATTEN GALLERY EXHIBITION
"Countdown to Eternity: A Ben Fernandez Portfolio of Martin Luther King Jr." will feature a limited edition portfolio of rare photographs taken during the last year in the life of King. On the main level of the library. Hours: 8 a.m.-midnight, Monday-Thursday; 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday; 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday; noon-midnight Sunday. Free. 727-6861.
Through April 7
CARLOS MUSEUM EXHIBITION
"Surrealist Vision and Technique: Drawings and Collages from the Pompidou Center and the Picasso Museum, Paris" will feature approximately 85 works including drawings, collages and watercolors by artists associated with Surrealism in Paris during the 1920s and 1930s, and by important precursors from the early teens to the early 20s. Level Three Exhibition Galleries, Carlos Museum. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Saturday; noon-5 p.m. Sunday. $3 donation suggested. 727-4282.
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