Calendar of Events: Week of November 4, 1996
Monday, November 4
VASCULAR BIOLOGY SEMINAR
"Thrombogenic Properties of Anti-Phospholipid Antibodies in a Mouse
Model." Sylvia Pierangeli, Morehouse School of Medicine. 9 a.m. Conference
Room, Woodruff Memorial Bldg., third floor. Free. 727-8386.
MIDDLE EAST RESEARCH PROGRAM LECTURE
"Yitzhak Rabin's Legacy to the Middle East Peace Process." Joel
Singer, former legal adviser to Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 4
p.m. 205 White Hall. Free. 727-2798.
OXFORD STUDIES LECTURE
Jamie Porges, Turner Broadcasting, speaking. 7 p.m. Allen Memorial Auditorium,
Oxford College. Free. (770) 784-8888.
Tuesday, November 5
9 a.m.-2 p.m. 317 University Health Services, 1711 Uppergate Drive. $12.
EmoryCare participants must present their cards. 727-7535.
MUSEUM FOOD FOR THOUGHT LECTURE
Virginia Gardner, art history, will discuss two drawings by Paul Klee. Noon.
Tate Room, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4282.
"At a Healing Crossroads: Fieldwork on Gender and Islam in South India."
Joyce Flueckiger, religion. 4:30-5:30 p.m. 202 Formal Lounge, Cannon Chapel.
"Kond"(Armenia, 1987) and "White Town"(Armenia, 1988),
two documentaries by one of Armenia's leading contemporary directors, Haroutious
Khatchatourian. 7:30 p.m. 205 White Hall. Free. 727-6582.
GERMAN STUDIES FILM
"Emil and the Detectives"(1987), directed by P. Tewksbury. 7:30
110 White Hall. In English. Free. 727-6439.
UNIVERSITY CHORUS AND CONCERT CHOIR
Performing works by Bruckner, Mozart, Heindmith and Finzi. 8:15 p.m. Glenn
Memorial Auditorium. Free. 727-5050.
Wednesday, November 6
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES LECTURE
An informal discussion of the economic, political and social status of
Indonesia. Edward Masters, former ambassador to Indonesia. 2:30 p.m.102
White Hall. Free. 727-6959.
Emory vs. Georgia State University. 3 p.m. P.E. Center. 727-6547.
CANCER CENTER LECTURE
"Hematopoietic Stem Cells." Irving Weisman, Stanford University.
Williams Auditorium, 128 Anatomy and Physiology Bldg. Free. 4 p.m. 727-5195.
WOMEN'S STUDIES COLLOQUIUM
"Private Strife: Elizabeth Barrett, Alice James, Maggie Tulliver."
Jean Strouse, 1996-97 Phi Beta Kappa visiting scholar. 4 p.m. Reception
Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-0096.
MUSEUM TEACHERS' WORKSHOP
"Odyssey On-Line." Participants learn how to use this interactive
web site and other relevant sites. Elizabeth Hornor, coordinator of educational
programs. 4 p.m. Computer Lab, Cox Hall. $10 museum members, $15 nonmembers.
J. EMMETT HERNDON ETHICS LECTURE
"Physician Assisted Suicide." Panelists Frank Brescia, medical
school; Nicholas Fotion, philosophy; Timothy Jackson, theology; and Gary
Smith, law. 6 p.m., buffet, $5 donation suggested; 6:45 p.m., lecture. Dining
Room 4, Cox Hall. 727-1789.
"Mother Tongue"(1986) surveys the history of the English language
and how it became the language of choice for technology, diplomacy, business
and popular culture for many nations; and "Black on White"(1986)
probes the roots of Black English, including the American slave trade, plantation
life, the Creole influence and Harlem's jive talk. 6:30 p.m. 206 White Hall.
"1812("Napoleon in Moscow)"(USSR, 1943), chronicles Napoleon's
humiliating retreat from Moscow and eventual defeat at the hands of Field
Marshal Kutuzov. 7:30 p.m. 112 White Hall. Free. 727-6582.
LATIN AMERICAN FILM
"Madagascar: Love Me and You Will See...." 8 p.m. AMC Phipps Plaza,
3500 Peachtree Road. For passes, call 727-6959.
Thursday, November 7
FRESHMAN/SOPHOMORE MAJORS FAIR
The Career Center majors fair will give faculty and students the opportunity
to discuss majors and minors offered at Emory, including information about
course offerings, complimentary majors and minors and possible graduate
school and career-related options. 1-4 p.m. Cox Hall Ballroom. Free. 727-6211.
"Transcendence in Philosophy and in Everyday Life." John Lachs,
Vanderbilt University. 4:15 p.m. 112 White Hall. Free. 727-0104.
"Historical Continuity and Contemporary Polish Politics."Hubert
Tworzecki, political science. 7:30 p.m. 110 White Hall. Free. 727-6582.
Friday, November 8
GENERAL CLINICAL RESEARCH CENTER SEMINAR
"Impact of Renal Disease on Nitrogen Metabolism." Brad Maroni.
1-2 p.m. HG-54, Lullwater Room, Asbury Court, Emory Hospital. Free. 712-7258.
CANCER CENTER LECTURE
"Role of Mammary Estrogen in the Initiation of Early Breast Cancer."
Rao Tekmal, gynecology/obstretrics. 4 p.m. F. Phinizy Calhoun Auditorium,
BT400, Room 1911, Emory Clinic. Free. 778-3992.
EMORY CHAMBER WINDS/GUITAR ENSEMBLE CONCERT
With directors John Lynch and Charles Duncan. 8:15 p.m. Performing Arts
Studio, 1804 N. Decatur Rd. Free. 727-5050.
Saturday, November 9
MUSEUM CHILDREN'S WORKSHOP
"Tears of the Moon: Ancient American Precious Metals from the Permanent
Collection." Participants will learn about the ancient Andean peoples'
use of metals in decorative plaques, jewelry and miniature objects and make
their own metal creations. 10 a.m. Tate Room, Carlos Museum. $5 per child
for museum members, $7 per child for nonmembers. Pre-registration required.
"Chosen" will perform music of their homeland, Johannesburg/Soweto,
South Africa, as well as contemporary gospel. Featuring "Shekeneh"
praise dancers, Grace Community Christian Church. 7 p.m. Cannon Chapel.
$12. (770) 915-0848.
LATIN AMERICAN FILM
"The Girl in the Watermelon." 8 p.m. Rich Auditorium, Woodruff
Arts Center, 1280 Peachtree St. For passes, call 727-6959.
MUSIC AT EMORY
Pianist Jeffrey Kahane performing works by Beethoven, Schumann, Chopin,
Fauré and Debussy. 8:15 p.m. Glenn Memorial Auditorium. $16-$23.
Sunday, November 10
WOMEN'S CENTER FALL WORKSHOP
"Cultivating Creativity and Passion in Our Lives." Participants
will explore new ways of bringing meaning and passion into their lives and
to create self-expression using imaging and a variety of art materials.
Rebecca Gurholt Sands. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. University Apartments Tower Penthouse.
$35. Limited to 20 spaces. 727-2000.
S. Wesley Ariarajah, deputy general secretary, World Council of Churches,
speaking. 11:15 a.m. Cannon Chapel. 727-6226.
Emory vs. University of Montevallo. 2 p.m. P.E. Center. 727-6547.
MUSEUM MEMBERS' OPENING PARTY
Champagne and dessert reception for museum members to celebrate the opening
of "Steven Brooke: Views of Rome," an exhibition of images of
the Eternal City in the vedute tradition of Piranesi. 2 p.m. Level Three,
Carlos Museum. 727-2251.
MUSIC AT EMORY/THEATER EMORY
Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta and Theater Emory present The Soldier's
Tale, featuring works by Stravinsky ("The Soldier's Tale") and
Satié's "Sports and Diversions." 4 p.m. Performing Arts
Studio, 1804 N. Decatur Rd. $12 general admission. 727-5050.
Nov. 9-Jan. 20, 1997
CARLOS MUSEUM EXHIBITION
"Steven Brooke: Views of Rome" will display timeless images of
Rome by the photographer. His modern photography appropriates the spirit
of Roman architecture spanning thousands of years from ancient to Christian
to modern. 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. 727-2251.
Emory students, faculty and staff recognize the common bonds they share.
Programs will highlight diversity as a strength. Opening events include
an inter-religious worship service at 11:15 a.m. and a conference on "World
Religions: A Day of Dialogues" at 2 p.m. on Nov. 10. Free. 727-6754.
To submit an entry for the campus calendar, send a brief written description
of the event to: On Campus, Emory Report, News and Information, fax to 727-0646,
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Dates, times and locations may change without advance notice.
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