All free unless otherwise noted
Henry M. Jackson Lecture: “Rethinking Global Climate Justice: Capabilities, Vulnerability and Adaptation.” Presented by David Schlosberg, professor of politics and international affairs and director of environmental studies at Northern Arizona University. 7:30 p.m., Olin 130. Click here for more information.
Lecture: “Behind the Great Firewall of China: The Internet in Chinese Politics” presented by Visiting Educator Xiao Qiang, who will explore such questions as: How is the Chinese Internet controlled? How are new media empowering political activists in China? 7 p.m., Maxey 310. Contact x5958.
Music: Student Violin/Viola Recital with Kristin Vining-Stauffer, Nathan Shiu, and Rachel Wishkoski, piano at 7:30 p.m., Chism Recital Hall, Hall of Music.
Art: "Photographer and Translator, A Collaboration: Travels Along the Armenian Genocide Trail" Presentation by Kathryn Cook and Elyse Semerdjian at 7 p.m., Sheehan Gallery, Olin Hall.
Film: "Prom Night in Mississippi” follows students, teachers, and parents associated with Charleston High School as the school prepares for its first integrated senior prom in 1997. An official selection of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. Runtime: 90 minutes. 7 p.m., Kimball Theatre, Hunter Conservatory.
3/4 – 3/7
Theatre: Harper Joy Theatre presents “Around the World in 80 days. Click here or contact Nancy Simon x5292 or Qi Jia x5279 for details.
Hosokawa Lecture: “Media as Watchdog: Exposing Corporate Scandal,” presented by Bethany McLean, author and Vanity Fair contributing editor, and one of the first journalists to expose the Enron scandal. 7 p.m., Maxey Auditorium. Click here for more information.
Lecture: “Living Downstream: Environmental Protection as Cancer Prevention” by ecologist and author Sandra Steingraber. 7:30 p.m., Chism Recital Hall, Hall of Music.
Seminar: “The Image World” with photographer Kathryn Cook. This seminar follows points from the book "Well, What is Photography?", especially the idea that "Photography is creating the world that we want to and will remember by means of its images." 1-3 p.m. in Maxey 302
Art: Artist talk and opening reception for Sheehan Gallery’s exhibit, titled “Triptural: Photographic Views.” 5:30 p.m., Olin 130. Exhibition runs March 2 – April 15. Click here for details.
Music: Marshall Baker senior composition recital. 7:30 p.m., Chism Recital Hall, Hall of Music
Music: Jacqueline Kamm senior voice recital. 7:30 p.m., Chism Recital Hall, Hall of Music.
Seminar: “Truth in Photography” with photographer Kathryn Cook. This seminar addresses the flood of images today, where almost anyone with a cell phone can take a photograph. However, the ease of which anyone can use a digital camera doesn’t mean we are more informed or aware of the world in which we live. What role does the press photograph play, does it inform or is it just to reinforce? What is truth in a photo and whose truth is it? 1-3 p.m., Maxey 302.
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