The Heller School will be hosting a lecture with Dr. Hans-C Von Sponeck and Dr. Joy Gordon regarding the sanctions imposed by the United Nations on Iraq and its outcomes. It will be on Wednesday, October 4th, from 12:15 to 1:45 p.m at the Glynn Amphitheater (G-4) of the Heller School. Pizza will be served! Check out the Flyer!
From October 15th to the 19th, Michael Noureddine Kassa will be in residence as Brandeis as a Distinguished Visitor of the International Center for Ethic, Justice and Public Life. his Keynote Address will be on Thursday, October 18th, from 5:00 to 6:30 at the Rapaporte Treasure Hall at the Goldfarb Library. For more information on other events that Michel N. Kassa will be hosting or participating in, check this website.
1. Join in the International Day of Peace Festival! On September 21st at t 2pm in Geller Conference Room you are invited to hear Stefan Schindler’s lecture Trifecta from Hell: Despoliation, Proliferation, Klepto-Capitalism. A panel discussion following. Then, from 4-6pm, FREE BEN AND JERRY’S ICE CREAM, vegetarian snacks, Company B, WBRS Music, and other fun activities on Chapels Field.
2. Movie screening of Jai Bhim Comrade, followed by Q&A with Indian film maker, Anand Pawardhan. October 4th, 7-10pm in the SCC Theater–food will be provided!
3. Save the Date for Soli Sorabjee Lecture in South Asian Studies, “Constructing Fictions: Prose, Politics, and Pakistan” — Wednesday, October 17th at 5pm in Mandel Center Forum.
4. To any students interested in coordinating a short presentation at Brandeis for the MEDLIFE (Medicine, Education, and Development for Low Income Families) and their One Billion+ Campaign on either Tuesday, September 25th or Wednesday, September 26th please contact Elizabeth Shank at 207-433-0576.
5. Check out the Feminist Sexual Ethics Project event! Professor Julia Watts Belser will lecture on “Brides and Blemishes, Queering Women’s Disability in the Babylonian Talmud” — October 4th at 5pm in Mandel Humanities Center, G12.