Monday March 28:
– Professor Linda Burton– Journeys to the Altar: The Intimate Union Patterns of Low Income Urban and Rural Mothers, Campus Center 917 at noon.
-Panel Discussion: Integrating Social Justice Work into Careers in Public Policy, Thompson 620 at noon (sponsored by CPPA Diversity and Social Justice Committee).
– Apocalypse Now, Fayerweather Hall, Amherst College at 6:30 pm (sponsored by Five College Architectural Studies Program).
– Malalai Joy, Talk, UMass (106 Thompson) at 4 pm; Smith College (Neilson Library) at 7:30 pm.
Tuesday March 29:
– GWN Yoga Group, Campus Center 904-908, 5:30-7 pm.
– Maxine Kumin, Smith College Weinstein Auditorium, Wright Hall, 7:30 pm.
Wednesday March 30:
– GEO 20th Anniversary Campaign Kickoff, Campus Center Lounge, noon-4pm
– Anti-Shackling Presentation, New Africa House Room 203, noon-1pm
– GWN Writing Group, Campus Center 905-909, 4 pm – 8 pm.
– Lost Zweig, Isenberg SOM, 7:30 – 10 pm (part of Massachusetts Multicultural Film Festival).
– Apartheid in the U.S.: a panel discussion, Studio Arts Building Room 240, 4:45 – 6 pm.
– Missionaries of Hate: a documentary, Mount Holyoke College, Dwight Hall, 7:15 – 9 pm.
– U.S. Detention Policies a Decade after 9/11: Two Perspectives on Security, Smith College, Neilson Library, 7 pm.
Thursday March 31:
– GWN Writing Group, Campus Center 174-176, 4 pm – 8 pm
Friday April 1:
– Radical Nemesis: Re-envisioning Ivan Ilich’s Theories on Social Institutions, Western New England College School of Law, Springfield, MA, 10am-5pm (Conference website and voluntary registration may be found at: http://law.wnec.libguides.com/content.php?pid=108557&sid=826186)
– Documentary Screening: Rebuilding Hope, Smith College, Seelye 106, 7pm.