Urvashi Vaid, former executive director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. 3-5 p.m. Winship Ballroom, Dobbs Center. 727-0272.
Tuesday, January 16
MUSEUM FOOD FOR THOUGHT LECTURE SERIES
The first of a three-week series on conservation. This lecture will focus on two pieces from the museum's collection of 19th and 20th century art from West and Central Africa. Thérèse O'Gorman, Andrew W. Mellon Conservator. Noon. Rotunda, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
KING WEEK FORUM
"King's Vision of the Beloved Community: Its Origins and Value for American Society." Vincent Harding, University of Denver. Thee Smith, theology, will moderate. 7 p.m. Winship Ballroom, Dobbs Center. 727-6847.
MUSEUM ILLUSTRATED LECTURE
"The Chauvet Cave." M. Jean Clottes, French Ministry of Culture. 7 p.m. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
Wednesday, January 17
KING WEEK FORUM
"The Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.: Love and Justice." Noel Erskine, theology, will moderate. 10:30 a.m. 106 Cannon Chapel. 727-6322.
UNIVERSITY INTERFAITH SERVICE
Luther Smith, theology. Noon. Cannon Chapel. 727-6226.
WOMEN WRITERS GROUP MEETING
Noon-1 p.m. Women's Center. Free. 727-2000.
SAFE SEX FORUM
"Healthy Love and Empowerment Party." Juanita Williams, SISTERLOVE, Women's AIDS/HIV Project. 4-6 p.m. Women's Center. 727-2000.
Emory vs. Oglethorpe University. 7:30 p.m. P.E. Center. 727-6547.
Thursday, January 18
VIOLENCE PREVENTION INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT
11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Rita Ann Rollins Room, 8th floor, Public Health. 727-9977.
"Gene Regulation by Reiterative Transcription and Transcriptional Start Site Switching." Charles Turnbough, University of Alabama at Birmingham. Noon. 130 Anatomy & Physiology Bldg. Free. 727-3843.
KING WEEK JAZZ VESPERS SERVICE
Dwight Andrews, music. 6:30 p.m. Cannon Chapel. 727-4481.
Friday, January 19
Emory men vs. Brandeis University. 6 p.m. and Emory women vs. Brandeis University. 8 p.m. P.E. Center. 727-6547.
INTERFAITH STUDENT COFFEE HOUR PANEL DISCUSSION
"King's Influence Within the International Community." Noel Erskine, theology, will moderate. 11:30 a.m. Winship Ballroom, Dobbs Center. 727-3300.
Violinist Robert McDuffie, cellist Ralph Kirshbaum and pianist Misha Dichter. 8:15 p.m. Glenn Memorial Auditorium. $18 admission. 727-6187.
Saturday, January 20
OXFORD COLLEGE VISITATION
Workshops will highlight Oxford's unique academic programs, leadership opportunities and campus life to prospective students. 727-4390.
KING WEEK SPEAKER: LERONE BENNETT
Lerone Bennett, Ebony magazine. 8 p.m. Glenn Memorial Auditorium. Free tickets are available at the Dobbs Center Ticket Desk. 727-8425.
Sunday, January 21
Emory women vs. New York University. 1 p.m., and Emory men vs. New York University. 3 p.m. P.E. Center. 727-6547.
KING WEEK WORSHIP SERVICE
Rev. Samuel Proctor, pastor emeritus of Abyssinian Baptist Church. 11:15 a.m. Cannon Chapel. 727-6226.
Monday, January 22
Noon-5 p.m. White Hall lobby. 727-9355.
Tuesday, January 23
EMORY WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
William M. Chace, president. 9:30 a.m., social and 10 a.m., meeting. Houston Mill House. Childcare provided. (770) 985-4816.
GLAUCOMA AND VISION SCREENING
Free glaucoma and vision screenings for faculty, staff and students. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. WHSCAB Plaza. 727-9355.
MUSEUM FOOD FOR THOUGHT LECTURE SERIES
Part two of a series on the museum's conservation program. This lecture will focus on recent work on Pre-Columbian metals from the William C. and Carol W. Thibadeau Collection of Ancient American Art. Thérèse O'Gorman, Andrew W. Mellon Conservator. Noon. Rotunda, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
EGYPTIAN ARCHAELOGY LECTURE
Eugene Bianci, Brooklyn Museum, will speak on Egyptian archaeology. 7 p.m. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
GREAT TEACHERS LECTURE SERIES
"When the Seeds of Tragedy Grow Love: Responding to the Epidemic of Youth Homicide." Stephen Thomas, School of Public Health, and Bernadette Leite, Kids Alive and Loved. 7:30 p.m. Cannon Chapel. Free. 727-6216.
Wednesday, January 24
HEALTHY WOMEN 2000 LECTURE SERIES
"Eldercare: The Continuum of Women as Caregivers." Kathy Scott. Noon-1 p.m. Reservations required. Free. 727-2000.
CLASSICAL STUDIES LECTURES
"The Making of the Theodosian Code." John F. Matthews, Oxford University. 3-3:45 p.m., and "Religions and Gender Discrimination: St. Ambrose and the Valentiniani." Alan Watson, University of Georgia. 4-4:45 p.m. 205 White Hall. Free. 727-6555.
WOMEN'S STUDIES COLLOQUIUM
Kimberly Wallace Sanders, Spelman College. 4 p.m. 110 White Hall. 727-0096.
Thursday, January 25
WELLSPRINGS: REGULAR REFUGE
An exploration of breathing, meditation, quiet time and relaxation techniques as tools for women's physical health as well as spiritual and emotional well-being. Noon-1 p.m. Women's Center. Free. 727-2000.
AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES LECTURE
Constance Curry, author of Silver Rights. 4 p.m. 201B Candler Library. 727-6847.
ROBERT LEHMAN ART LECTURE
"Creativity, Genius and Aesthetic Experience." Richard Etlin, University of Maryland. 5:30 p.m. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-6282.
"Byzantine and Early Christian Sites in the Holy Lands:Palestine, Jordan and Syria." Konstantinos Politis, British Museum. 7:30 p.m. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
Friday, January 26
MUSEUM CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT
The Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta will perform Dvorák's Dumky Trio for piano and string. Noon. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
UNIVERSITY CONCERT CHOIR
8:15 p.m. Glenn Memorial Auditorium. Free, 727-6666.
Saturday, January 27
MUSEUM CHILDREN'S WORKSHOP
"West African Carving for the Whole Family." Children will carve a wooden statue. 10 a.m. Tate Room, Carlos Museum. $5 for members, $7 for nonmembers. Suggested ages 7-12. Registration required. 727-4280.
Jan. 13-Sept. 13
CARLOS MUSEUM EXHIBITION
"Andean Fiber Arts from the Permanent Collection" will display highlights of the museum's collection of ancient Andean textiles dating from 1000 A.D. to 1550 A.D. Hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Saturday and noon-5 p.m. Sunday. $3 donation suggested. 727-4291.
Jan. 15-Feb. 28.
KING WEEK PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT
"Countdown to Eternity: A Ben Fernandez Portfolio of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr." 5:30 p.m. Schatten Gallery, Woodruff Library. 727-0136.
Jan. 26-27 & 31
THEATER EMORY WORLD PREMIERE PREVIEW
"Married Life," a world premiere work by Emory professor/playwright Frank Manley, features three variations on marriage, each told by an unreliable narrator. Opening night on Feb. 1 and running through Feb. 11. Mary Gray Munroe Theater, Dobbs Center. $12 general admission. 727-6187.
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