BLACK HISTORY MONTH FORUM
Past achievements, future political goals for Atlanta and the importance of networking in the legal community. Bill Campbell, mayor of Atlanta; Eldrin Bell, former chief of police; Thelma Wyatt Cummings-Moore, superior court judge; and Patrice Perkins-Hookor, corporate attorney. Noon. Tull Auditorium, Law School. Free. 727-0466.
Noon-5 p.m. B50 and B52, Egleston Children's Hospital. 727-9355.
"Law, Ethnicity and Minority Rights in the Former Yugoslavia." Tibor Varady, visiting professor of law. 4 p.m. 313 Social Sciences 727-6582.
OXFORD STUDIES LECTURE
"Reporting the Olympics." Thomas Oliver, Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 7 p.m. Oxford College Chapel. Tickets required. (770) 784-8367.
MUSEUM CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT
The Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta. Featured performers will include Laura Ardan, clarinet; Jun-Ching Lin, violin; and William Ransom, piano. 8:15 p.m. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
Tuesday, February 27
EMORY WOMAN'S CLUB LECTURE
"The Life and Loves of Margaret Mitchell." Jean Smith, master storyteller. 9:30 a.m., social, 10 a.m., program. Houston Mill House. Childcare provided. 727-7878.
RELIGION AND HEALTH CONNECTION LECTURE
"Training Lay Health Promoters in Congregations and Communities." Fran Wenger, School of Nursing, and Mimi Kiser, The Carter Center. 11:45 a.m. Cox Hall Ballroom. $3 lunch. Reservations required. 727-6229.
"Serotonin N-Acetyltranferase: Taking a Ride with the Ferrari Enzyme." David Klein, NIH. Noon. 5052 Rollins Center. Free. 727-5983.
MUSEUM FOOD FOR THOUGHT LECTURE
A statue of an official from the 26th Dynasty. Gay Robins, art history. Noon. Ancient Egyptian Galleries, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
SEES BROWN BAG LECTURE
"The Russian Proto-Renaissance."Maria Lunk, Russian Studies. 1 p.m. 362 Dobbs Center. Free. 727-6582.
"Faith and Advocacy of Human Rights: An Islamic Perspective." Abdullahi An-Na'im, law. 4:30-5:30 p.m. 202 Cannon Chapel. Free. 727-6226.
7-9 p.m. 362 Dobbs Center. Free. 297-9587, 712-2354 or 727-9299.
"Hungarian Fairy Tale"7:30 p.m. 206 White Hall. Free. 727-6582.
SEXUALITY AND RELIGIOUS ETHICS LECTURE SERIES
"Values, Tradition and Challenge: A Jewish Approach to Sexual Ethics." Rabbi Leila Gal Berner, Atlanta's Bet Haverim. 7:30 p.m. 206 White Hall. Free. 727-6226.
Soprano Elizabeth Arnold will join pianist Ben Arnold in a faculty recital. 8:15 p.m. Cannon Chapel. Free. 727-6666.
Wednesday, February 28
CANDLER MEDIA FORUM
"Imitators or Creators?: Some Religious Reflection on Black Filmmakers and Actors." Riggins Earl, Interdenominational Theological Center. 11 a.m. 311 Bishops Hall. Free. 377-5816.
SEXUALITY AND RELIGIOUS ETHICS OPEN DISCUSSION
Rabbi Leila Gal Berner, Atlanta's Bet Haverim. Noon-1:30 p.m. 202 Cannon Chapel. Free. 727-6226.
HEALTHY WOMEN 2000 LECTURE SERIES
"Complementary Approaches to Menopause." Sarah Freeman. Noon. Women's Center. Reservations required. Free. 727-2000.
Emory vs. Eastern Michigan University. 2:30 p.m. P.E. Center. 727-6547.
CURRIE LECTURE IN LAW AND RELIGION
"A Woman in Love and at Law in Sixteenth Century Germany." Steve Orment, Harvard. 4:15 p.m. Tull Auditorium, Law School. 727-6504.
WOMEN'S FACULTY/STUDENT TEA
3 p.m. Emory Women's Center. Reservations required. Free. 727-2000.
Thursday, February 29
WORLD DAY OF PRAYER SERVICE
"God Calls Us to Respond." 11 a.m. Cannon Chapel. 727-6226.
BUSINESS ETHICS LECTURE
"Financial Consequences of Moral Capital: Ethics as an Indicator of Added Corporate Value." Robert Holland, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. 4:30-6 p.m.Cox Hall Dining Rooms 1, 2 and 3. Free. 727-4954.
MUSEUM FILM SHORTS
Mack Sennett's "Tillie's Punctured Romance" (1914) and Buster Keaton's "Sherlock Jr." (1924). 7:30 p.m. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
"The Heart's A Wonder"--Celtic concert featuring Tommy Sands & The Mollys. 8 p.m. Cannon Chapel. $10, Oxford Books; $12:50 at the door; and $8 students. 727-6464.
Friday, March 1
MUSEUM CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES
The Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta featuring John Hornor, baritone, performing works by Schumann, Brahms and Dvorák. Noon. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
RACE AND GENDER LECTURE
"Toward a More Perfect Union: African American Studies and Women's Studies." Bell Hooks. 4 p.m. WHSCAB Auditorium. Free. 727-6847.
"Beyond Brownian Motion." Michael Shlesinger, Physics and Chemisty, Office of Naval Research. 4 p.m. 100 Dental Building. Free. 727-6584.
WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH FORUM
"The Slave Body." Paige DuBois. 4 p.m. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Reception to follow. Free. 727-2000.
Saturday, March 2
WOMEN HISTORY MONTH WORKSHOP
"The Body Speaks: Self Awareness Through Movement." Rebecca Gurholt Sands and Betsy Vonk. 1-4 p.m. University Apartments Tower Penthouse. Free. 727-2000.
MUSEUM ADULT WORKSHOP
Andean textile scholar Mary Frame will conduct a seminar exploring the image, structure, technique and meaning of Andean textiles. 1-4 p.m. Tate Room, Carlos Museum. Reservations required. 727-6118.
ANNUAL PRIDE BANQUET
Annual Pride Banquet. 7:30 p.m. Winship Ballroom, Dobbs Center. Free. 727-0272.
OXFORD STUDIES PERFORMANCE
Regency, Afro-American male a cappella singers. 8 p.m. Allen Memorial Chapel, Oxford College. Tickets required. (770) 784-8367.
Emory vs. Guilford College. 1 p.m. Chappell Park. 727-6547.
Sunday, March 3
"Women and Labor." Jim Sessions, Highlander Research and Education Center. 11:15 a.m. Cannon Chapel. 727-6226.
Emory vs. Wabash College. Noon. Chappell Park. 727-6547.
MUSEUM GALLERY TALK
Salvador Dali and his works in the exhibition Surrealist Vision and Technique. Angela Glass, City University of New York. 2:30 p.m. Level Three Galleries, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
SPRING MUSIC CONCERT
The Candler Choraliers will join the Glenn Memorial Chancel Choir, under the direction of Steven Darsey, in a spring concert. 4 p.m. Glenn Memorial Auditorium. Free. 727-5607.
Through March 5
GRADUATE INSTITUTE OF LIBERAL ARTS EXHIBITION
"Making a Living: The Struggle for Health & Security in the American Workplace," will feature works by Earl Dotter representing contemporary health care issues and working class communities in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia and the deep South. Main lobby, School of Public Health. Hours: 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m., Monday-Friday. 727-7601.
Feb. 29-March 2
OXFORD STUDIES PERFORMANCE
Oxford Drama Guild play. 8 p.m. Phi Gamma Hall, Oxford College. Tickets required. (770) 784-8367.
BRAVE NEW WORKS THEATER LAB
Theater Emory presents a week-long celebration of new plays. This week's offerings are: Saturday, March 2, Mysterious Connections, written and directed by Peter Hardy. 8 p.m. The Studio, Annex B. Sunday, March 3, Hush, Child, Can't You Hear the Music? by Beverly Trader; directed by Yvonne Singh. 4 p.m. The Studio, Annex B. Sunday, March 3, Simple Gifts by Frank Manley; directed by Shelly McCook. 8 p.m. The Studio, Annex B. No tickets or reservations are required for any events. 727-0524.
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