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1

Promised Land: Jacob Lawrence at the Cantor. A Gift from the Kayden Family

Matt Rahaim: Voice Cultures and Ethical Dispositions in North India

Fulbright-Hays Application Workshop

2

On Trauma, Empathy, and Resilience: A Workshop for Students Researching and Studying Traumatic Events

COLLOQUIUM: “Religion, Representation, and Injury”

Rhodes & Marshall Scholarships Information Session

3

The Demo- Augmenting Performance: A Creative Panel on Digital Technology and Creative Practice

St. Lawrence String Quartet

Documentary Film Screening of “God Loves Uganda” facilitated by Nicholas Opiyo

4

Robert Henke: Favorite Sound Design Tricks with Ableton Live and Max4Live

Awarei Piano Trio

5

Thomas Schultz, piano

Darien French-Owen: Senior Flute Recital

Junie Kim: Senior Violin Recital

6

Film Screening: The Land Of Many Palaces

The War Within The War, 1914-1918; An Evening with Adam Hochschild

7

SCREENING, ARTIST TALK, AND WORKSHOP: “Urban Nightscapes”

Urban Nightscapes

Artist Salon featuring Marie-Louise Catsalis

8

Plus One: Pop Duplications

Drawn Together: A Selection of Recent Documentaries by Stanford Students

Conversations with Marshall Scholars

9

Strangers all Around: Immigration and the Transformation of the Individual American

GUEST ARTIST TALK: “Ornamentalism, Aesthetic Being” with Anne Cheng (Princeton University)

She Who Tells a Story Faculty Panel

10

Merrie Monarch Hula Festival Support!

Stanford University Archives on John Casper Branner: Branner Library Exhibit

NOON CONCERT: Joel Chapman, baritone, with Laura Dahl, piano

11

“Chinese Buddhist Manuscripts from Dunhuang: Healing Liturgies”

Inuit Art Trip + Davis Powwow

Jacob Lawrence Saturday Tours

12

A. Jess Shenson Recital Series: Christine Graham, soprano, and Robert Huw Morgan, piano

St Lawrence String Quartet

Christina Krawec, soprano: Senior Voice Recital

13

Becoming Stanford: The History and Meaning of the University’s Insignia

Voice Masterclass with Christine Graham, soprano

Music, technology and finding the next big artist with Lyor Cohen

14

Writing for a Broad Audience in the Humanities

Andrea Rotstein (Tel-Aviv) – “Orality in the Aeneid: Signs or Fictions?”

WET Genius Mark Fuller on Our Personal Relationship With Water

15

Arboreal Architecture: A Visual History of Trees

Overseas Scholarships at Stanford Global Studies Information Session

Dissident Dreams: Science Fictional Imaginations In 1970s South Korean Literature And Film

16

Jacob Lawrence Thursday Tours

Mike Smith, San Francisco American Indian Film Institute & Festival

“Beasts & Books” Exhibit Reception

17

The Stanford Geological Survey Exhibit at Branner Library

Reactions to the Record: Player Piano Project Symposium

DANCE GUEST LECTURE: The Intersection of Dance and Parkinson’s Disease

18

Berkeley-Stanford Graduate Student Conference In Modern Chinese Humanities

Reactions to the Record: Player Piano Project Symposium

Jacob Lawrence Teachers’ Workshop

19

Doug Goodkin & the Pentatonics

National Poetry Month Celebration for Kids at the Stanford Bookstore

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus

20

People: A Dance Performance by Ingvild Isaken and Maren Fidje Bjorneseth

Fulbright Scholarship Application Workshop

21

Imagining the Universe: Andrei Linde – “Universe or Multiverse?”

Compagnie Käfig

22

Jazz Talk: Jazz and Modern Art in America with Loren Schoenberg

LECTURE: Rebecca Schneider, Brown University

The Continuing Allure Of Hayao Miyazaki

23

Rhodes & Marshall Scholarships Application Workshop – Thinking About Your Application

Faculty Panel: Jacob Lawrence and the Harlem Renaissance

Writing Our Stories for Social Change

24

Classics/Art History Conference

John Casper Branner’s Map of Brazil: Original or Facsimile?

Institute for Diversity in the Arts Open House!

25

A Company of Authors

26

Hidden Gems of Upper Lomita: Walking Tour and Treasure Hunt

Imani Winds

Arunima Kohli & Daniel Borup: Graduate Voice Recital

27

VPTL Faculty Forum & Idea Lab

Screening and Discussion of Wild Tales (Damián Szifron, 2014)

Medicine & the Muse Arts Symposium with Dr. Perri Klass and music and dance performances by Stanford Medical Students

28

Alireza Doostdar: Graduate Student Session

Fulbright Grants Information Session (with IIE representatives)

Fulbright-Clinton Public Policy Fellowship Information Session (with IIE representatives)

29

Meet the Authors: Julieta Gabiola MD and Thom J Mansen PhD at the Stanford Medical Store

NOON CONCERT: Flute Students of Alexandra Hawley

Van Jones: How do we cut the prision population in half?

30

Folk Songs of Women’s History: A Participatory Workshop with Estelle Freedman

A conversation with Arnold Thackray author of “Moore’s Law: The Life of Gordon Moore, Silicon Valley’s Quiet Revolutionary”

Reframe Iran: 40 Iranian Artists through Journalism and Film

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