Monday, October 7
"The Future of History: A Critical Look at Social History, Multiculturalism,
the New Historicism and other Trends in Historical Studies." Lawrence
Stone, history, Princeton University. 4:15 p.m. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum.
J. EMMETT HERNDON LECTURE
"Can Today's Corporations Be Good Citizens?" Jeffrey Sonnenfeld,
Goizueta Business School. 6 p.m., buffet; 6:45 p.m., lecture. Cox Hall Ballroom.
$5 donation suggested. 727-1789.
CREATIVE WRITING READING SERIES
Public colloquium with novelist John Edgar Wideman. 3 p.m. 201B Candler
Library. Reading from his works at 7 p.m. Winship Ballroom, Dobbs Center.
OXFORD STUDIES LECTURE
District attorney Alan Cook '79Ox and dentist Debra Cook '79Ox. 7 p.m. Allen
Memorial Auditorium, Oxford College. Free tickets required. Limited seating.
Tuesday, October 8
MUSEUM FOOD FOR THOUGHT LECTURE
Jane Rehl, art history, will discuss a new installation of ancient Costa
Rican pieces. Noon. Ancient American Galleries, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4280.
SEES BROWN BAG LECTURE
"Bosnian Elections: A Step On The Road To Peace?" Joyce Neu, The
Carter Center. Noon. 362 Dobbs Center. Free. 727-6582.
"Human Sulfotransferases: Genetics and Role in Carcinogenesis."
Charles Falany, pharmacology, University of Alabama-Birmingham. Noon. 5052
Rollins Center. Free. 727-5983.
1-5 p.m. 208 Administration Bldg. $12. EmoryCare participants just present
their card at time of service. 727-7535.
MICROBIOLOGY & IMMUNOLOGY SEMINAR
"HIV Fusion: The Chemokine Receptor Connection." Edward Berger,
Laboratory of Viral Diseases, NIAID, NIH. 4 p.m. 230 Dental Bldg. Free.
INSTITUTE OF LIBERAL ARTS COLLOQUIUM
"The Journalist in Fact, Film and Fiction:Hero or Heel?" Loren
Ghighlione, journalism. 4-6 p.m. S423 Callaway Center. Free. 727-7601.
"My Life As a Teacher." Dan Adame, health and physical education.
4:30-5:30 p.m. 202 Formal Lounge, Cannon Chapel. Free. 727-6226.
GERMAN STUDIES FILM
"Cabaret"(1972). 7:30 p.m. 110 White Hall. Free. 727-6439.
"Pirosmani"(Georgia, 1969), directed by Sergei Paradjanov. 7:30
p.m. 205 White Hall. In Armenian with English subtitles. Free. 727-6582.
"In Over Our Heads? The Mental Demands of Modern Life." Robert
Kegan, Harvard University. 7:30 p.m. Cannon Chapel. Free. 727-4954.
Wednesday, October 9
GRADUATE STUDENT ETHICS SEMINAR
"Students Grow Where Teachers Grow: Transformational Learning for Educators."
Robert Kegan, Harvard University. 8:30 a.m. Cox Hall Dinning Rooms 2 &
3. Reservations required. 727-1789.
"Transformational Learning: Reflective Practice and Adult Development."
Robert Kegan, Harvard University. 2-5 p.m. Winship Ballroom, Dobbs Center.
Reservations required. Limited seating. 727-1789.
MIDDLE EAST PROGRAM LECTURE
"The Israeli Elections:Personal Reflections of an Israeli Academic."
Michael Cohen, history, Bar Ilan University, Israel. 4 p.m. 112 White Hall.
"American Tongues"(1987) and "Exploring Language: Thinking,
Writing, Communication--Men, Women and Language"(1981). 7:30 p.m. 103
White Hall. Free. 727-7904.
"Alexander Nevsky"(USSR, 1938), directed by Sergei Eisenstein.
7:30 p.m. 112 White Hall. In Russian with English subtitles. Free. 727-6582.
LATIN AMERICAN FILM
"Two Crimes." 8 p.m. AMC Phipps Plaza, 3500 Peachtree Rd. In Spanish
with subtitles. Passes for the film festival are available from the Spanish
and Latin American and Caribbean Studies departments. Free. 727-6959.
MUSIC AT EMORY
The Atlanta-Emory Orchestra with Jere Flint will feature flutist Amy Porter
performing works by Bach and Foote. 8:15 p.m. Glenn Memorial Auditorium.
Thursday, October 10
HEALTH, CULTURE & SOCIETY LECTURE
"How to Use a Condom: AIDS Discourse and the Politics of Crisis."
Paula Treichler, author and lecturer on HIV and AIDS. 4 p.m. 206 Geosciences
Bldg. Free. 321-9966.
"What Did Wittgenstein Learn from Brouwer?" James Bogen, philosophy,
Pitzer College. 4:15 p.m. 112 White Hall. Free. 727-6577.
L/G/B OPENING RECEPTION
Opening reception for "The Shared Heart" exhibition. 5:30-7:30
p.m. Coca-Cola Commons, Dobbs Center. Free. 727-0272.
Emory clinicians offer free depression screenings. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Egleston's
Clinic, at North Druid Hills. 778-7777.
"Stalin:Cynic or True Believer?" Lars Lih, co-editor of Stalin's
Letters to Molotov. 7:30 p.m. 110 White Hall. Free. 727-6582.
JAPANESE FILM SERIES
"24 Eyes" (1954). 7:30 p.m. 205 White Hall. Free. 727-2195.
Friday, October 11
CLINICAL RESEARCH CENTER SEMINAR
"Hyperglycemic Crisis in African Americans." Guillemo Umpierrez,
medicine. 1-2 p.m. HG54 Lullwater Room, Asbury Court, Emory Hospital. Free.
CANCER CENTER LECTURE
"Receptor Tyrosine Kinases as Molecular Targets in Breast Carcinoma."
Carlos Arteaga, medicine & cell biology, Vanderbilt School of Medicine.
MUSIC AT EMORY
The Melos Quartet will perform Haydn's Quartet in B-flat Major, Janacek's
Quartet No. 2 ("Intimate Pages") and Schubert's Quarter in D minor
("Death and the Maiden"). $16-$23. 8:15 p.m. Glenn Memorial Auditorium.
Saturday, October 12
MUSEUM CHILDREN'S WORKSHOP
Participants will explore the exhibition "The Paris Salon" and
then participate in a drawing workshop. 10 a.m. Tate Room, Carlos Museum.
$5 museum members, $7 non-members. Pre-registration required. 727-4280.
"It's Elementary," directed by Debra Chasnoff, explores the issues
involved in talking to school children about gay, lesbian and bisexual realities.
10:30 a.m. 7 Stages Theatre, Little Five Points. $7. 727-0272.
LATIN AMERICAN FILM
"Johnny 100 Pesos." 8 p.m. In Spanish with subtitles. Passes for
the film festival are available from the Spanish and Latin American and
Caribbean Studies departments. Free. 727-6959.
Sunday, October 13
"The Legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer." Al Staggs, San Antonio, Texas,
preaching. 11:15 a.m. Cannon Chapel. 727-6226.
ATLANTA CLOTHESLINE PROJECT
Women survivors of violence are invited to design shirts that reflect their
experience. Design space available at the Women's Center from 11 a.m.-5
p.m. and 6-10 p.m. Free. 727-2000.
L/G/B PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION
"The Shared Heart," a co-creation of photographs and text providing
affirming images of lesbian, gay and bisexual young people. Dobbs Center
Gallery. Free. Oct. 11 is National Coming Out Day. 727-0272.
Oct. 9-26 THEATER EMORY Uncommon Women and Others directed
by Wendy Wasserstein. Opening Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 12, 19 and 26 at
4 p.m. and Oct. 18 and 24 at 8 p.m. Mary Gray Munroe Theater II. $12 general
admission. $9.50 for Emory faculty, staff and senior citizens with ID and
$5 for Emory students with ID. 727-5050. Oct. 11-26 THEATER EMORY
Approaching Simone, an award-winning play by Megan Terry chronicles
the life of philosopher and mystic Simone Weil. Mary Gray Munroe Theater
I. $12 general admission, $9.50 for Emory faculty, staff and senior citizens
with ID and $5 for Emory students with ID. 727-5050. 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, or e-mail to email@example.com three weeks before the publication
date. Dates, times and locations may change without advance notice.
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