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Winter Break Schedule

Monday December 22, 2008


Final Exams

Wednesday December 10, 2008


Seminar Examines Japanese Power in the 21st Century

Wednesday December 10, 2008⋅3:30 PM

Will C. Hogg Building (WCH), Meyerson Conference Room


Film Screening: "Irony of Fate: A Continuation"

Monday December 8, 2008⋅7:30 PM

Geography Building (GRG), Room 102


Fall Commencement to be Webcast Live

Saturday December 6, 2008⋅6:00 PM

Frank Erwin Center


Orange Santa Gift Drive Concludes with Holiday Sing-along

Friday December 5, 2008⋅12:00 PM

Main Building, West Mall Steps


Fine Arts Library Hosts Exhibition of West African Cultural Artifacts

Friday December 5, 2008

Doty Fine Arts Building, Fine Arts Library


Symposium Examines the New President and the LBJ Legacy

Thursday December 4, 2008

LBJ Library and Museum


Discussion Examines Middle Eastern Security Challenges

Wednesday December 3, 2008⋅5:30 PM

Avaya Auditorium, ACES Building, Room 2.302


Poetry on the Plaza: Winter Landscapes

Wednesday December 3, 2008⋅12:00 PM

The Harry Ransom Center


Spanish Poet Ana Rossetti Discusses Her Work

Tuesday December 2, 2008⋅4:00 PM

Benedict Hall, Room 2.104


Ambassador of India Examines Security Council Reform

Monday December 1, 2008⋅4:00 PM

Texas Union Theater


Thanksgiving Holiday

Thursday November 27, 2008


Discussion Explores Current and Future Challenges for NATO

Monday November 24, 2008⋅5:00 PM

Eidman Courtroom of the Connally Center for Justice at the UT Law School


LAITS Third Friday: Technology in the Classroom

Friday November 21, 2008⋅3:00 PM

Mezes Hall Basement Auditorium (B0.306)


Symposium Spotlights the History and Future of Latino Printmaking

Friday November 21, 2008⋅8:30 AM

Texas Union, Santa Rita Suite 3.502


Discussion Examines Indian Nurses in the U.S. Workforce

Friday November 21, 2008⋅12:00 PM

Avaya Auditorium (ACES), Room 2.302


Symposium: Origins of Ancient Mexican Civilization

Thursday November 20, 2008

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center


Discussion Examines the Threat of Nuclear Proliferation

Thursday November 20, 2008⋅5:30 PM

LBJ Library, Brown Room, 10th Floor


Olmec Sculpture Unveiling Ceremony

Wednesday November 19, 2008⋅1:00 PM

Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection at the Sid Richardson Hall (SRH) breezeway


Lecture Examines New Political Challenges in Mexico

Tuesday November 18, 2008⋅4:00 PM

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center Ballroom


Lecture Highlights 50th Anniversary of "Exodus" by Leon Uris

Monday November 17, 2008⋅7:00 PM

The Harry Ransom Center, Prothro Theater


Documentary Reveals the Truth about Japanese Kamikaze Pilots

Monday November 17, 2008⋅5:00 PM

Painter Hall Auditorium (PAI), Room 3.02


Symposium Features Tuvan Throat-Singing Ensemble

Monday November 17, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Applied Computational Engineering and Sciences Building (ACES), Avaya Auditorium


Professor Discusses the Life of Prominent Blues Singer

Friday November 14, 2008⋅3:00 PM

Beauford H. Jester Center, Room A232


Anthropologist Explores the African Presence in Mexico

Friday November 14, 2008⋅12:15 PM

Sid Richardson Hall (SRH), Room 1.320


Film Screening: "Covered Girls"

Thursday November 13, 2008⋅6:00 PM

Calhoun Hall, Room 100


Conference to Address Historical Approaches to Race, Medicine and Health

Thursday November 13, 2008

Thompson Conference Center


Film Screening Honors Acclaimed Playwright and Author

Wednesday November 12, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Mezes Hall, Room 1.306


Political Writers Explore Texas' Post-Election Political Landscape

Tuesday November 11, 2008⋅3:30 PM

Dorothy Gebauer Building (GEB), Dean's Conference Room 3.312


Researchers Examine Energy Security

Tuesday November 11, 2008⋅6:00 PM

Thompson Conference Center


Documentary Examines Pornography, Sexuality and Relationships

Monday November 10, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Thompson Conference Center (TCC), Room 1.110


Columbia Professor Examines Sexual Desire in the Arab World

Monday November 10, 2008⋅3:00 PM

Jackson School of Geosciences Building (JGB), Room 2.324


Center for African and African American Studies Renamed

Friday November 7, 2008⋅3:00 PM

Beauford H. Jester Center


Historian Discusses the Fate of Savannah During the Civil War

Thursday November 6, 2008⋅7:30 PM

Etter-Harbin Alumni Center, Concourse Room


Election Monitoring Party

Tuesday November 4, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Texas Union, Ballroom


Experts Examine the State of the U.S. Economic Crisis

Monday November 3, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Dorothy L. Gebauer Building,? Dean's Conference Room 3.312


Dia de Los Muertos Celebration

Monday November 3, 2008⋅10:00 AM

Gregory Gym Plaza


Professors Discuss Their Works at Book Festival

Saturday November 1, 2008

Texas Capitol


Workshop Explores the History of South Africa

Friday October 31, 2008⋅3:00 PM

Beauford H. Jester Center (JES), Room A232


2008 Family Weekend

Friday October 31, 2008

University of Texas at Austin campus


Discussion Spotlights Latino Silkscreen Artists

Thursday October 30, 2008⋅12:00 PM

Texas Union, Sinclair Suite 3.128


Gambling the Vote: A Closer Look at the 2008 Election

Wednesday October 29, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Robert A. Welch Hall, Room 2.224


French Photographer Explores Jewish Culture Across the World

Wednesday October 29, 2008⋅7:00 PM

The Harry Ransom Center, Prothro Theater


Political Scientist Examines China's Challenge to Human Rights

Wednesday October 29, 2008⋅7:30 PM

Applied Computational Engineering and Sciences Building (ACES), Avaya Auditorium


Political Scientist Examines Current Issues in Iraq

Wednesday October 29, 2008⋅5:00 PM

LBJ Library, Brown Room


Liberal Arts Career Services Hosts Law Fair

Wednesday October 29, 2008⋅11:00 PM

Texas Union Ballroom


Book Signing: "There Was a Woman: La Llorona from Folklore to Popular Culture"

Wednesday October 29, 2008⋅5:30 PM

Follett's Intellectual Property Bookstore


Liberal Arts Week 2008

Monday October 27, 2008

Various locations


Speaker Series Examines Latin America's Globalized Economy

Monday October 27, 2008⋅4:30 PM

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, Ballroom



Kids Invited to Longhorn Halloween

Sunday October 26, 2008⋅2:00 PM

Frank Erwin Center


Sociology Professor Discusses the Politics of Health Care Access

Friday October 24, 2008⋅12:00 PM

Avaya Auditorium (ACES), Room 2.302


Town Hall Discussion: Foreign and Domestic Policy

Thursday October 23, 2008⋅6:00 PM

LBJ Library Atrium, 10th Floor


Speaker Event: Young Women's Day of Action

Thursday October 23, 2008⋅5:00 PM

Main Building, Room 212


Film Screening: "And Thereafter: A Korean 'War Bride' in an Alien Land"

Thursday October 23, 2008⋅6:00 PM

Calhoun Hall, Room 100


Book Reading: "The Border that Defined a Nation"

Wednesday October 22, 2008⋅6:00 PM

Sid Richardson Hall, Benson Latin American Collection, Rare Books Room 1.108


Texas Politics Speaker Series Welcomes Henry Cuellar

Tuesday October 21, 2008⋅3:30 PM

Dorothy Gebauer Building (GEB), Dean's Conference Room 3.312


Documentary Examines Efforts to Mobilize the Latino Vote

Monday October 20, 2008⋅12:00 PM

Dorothy L. Gebauer Building,? Dean's Conference Room 3.312 and the Jesse H. Jones Communication Center - Building B?


Lecture: Bringing Text Books into the Internet Age

Monday October 20, 2008⋅4:00 PM

Flawn Academic Center Auditorium (FAC), Room 21


Film Screening: "Born in the USSR: 21-Up"

Monday October 20, 2008⋅7:30 PM

Geography Building (GRG), Room 102


Staged Reading Examines Collective Grief and Trauma

Sunday October 19, 2008⋅3:00 PM

F. Loren Winship Drama Building (WIN)


Author Charles Mann Discusses the American Landscape Before Columbus

Friday October 17, 2008⋅4:00 PM

University Teaching Center (UTC), 2.112A


Lectures Examine Technology in the Classroom

Friday October 17, 2008⋅3:00 PM

Mezes Hall Basement Auditorium (B0.306)


History Professor Examines Cold War Lessons

Thursday October 16, 2008⋅5:00 PM

LBJ Library, Brown Room


Texas Land Commissioner Discusses Politics and Public Policy

Thursday October 16, 2008⋅3:30 PM

Dorothy Gebauer Building (GEB), Dean's Conference Room 3.312


Virgil's Birthday Celebration

Wednesday October 15, 2008⋅3:00 PM

Waggener Hall, Classics Lounge, Room 116


Discussion: Immigration Rights

Friday October 10, 2008⋅12:00 PM

Sid Richardson Hall (SRH) Hackett Room, 1.313


Symposium Explores Environmental and Climate Change

Friday October 10, 2008

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center


Forum: Is Graduate School for Me?

Wednesday October 8, 2008⋅11:00 AM

Texas Union, Santa Rita Room


Sandia National Laboratories VP Discusses Nuclear Weapon Control

Tuesday October 7, 2008⋅5:30 PM

UT Club, President's Room West


Interdisciplinary Conference Commemorates 1968

Tuesday October 7, 2008

Texas Union and Mezes Hall


Fall Speaker Series Features Rep. Rick Noriega

Monday October 6, 2008⋅2:00 PM

Gebauer Building, Dean's Conference Room 3.312


Discussion Spotlights Gender and Race in the Presidential Election

Friday October 3, 2008⋅1:00 PM

Garrison Hall, Room 2.108


CANCELED - "School of Thought" Alumni Event

Friday October 3, 2008

Various locations


Roundtable Discussion: Social Justice Issues in the Publishing Industry

Friday October 3, 2008⋅12:15 PM

Beauford H. Jester Center, Room A232


Texas Politics Project Speaker Series

Thursday October 2, 2008⋅3:30 PM

Gebauer Building, Dean's Conference Room 3.312


Actress Vinie Burrows Explores the State of Blackness

Thursday October 2, 2008⋅3:30 PM

F. Loren Wiship Drama Building (WIN), Room 2.180


Scholar Discusses Development Challenges in Mexico

Thursday October 2, 2008⋅12:15 PM

Sid Richardson Hall (SRH) Hackett Room, 1.313



Actors from the London Stage Present "The Winter's Tale"

Wednesday October 1, 2008

B. Iden Payne Theater


Film Series Explores African Diaspora

Monday September 29, 2008⋅12:00 PM

Beauford H. Jester Center, Room A232


Symposium Addresses Energy Policy in France and the European Union

Monday September 29, 2008⋅8:30 AM

ACES Auditorium, 2.302


Center for Asian American Studies Hosts Discussion About Racism

Friday September 26, 2008⋅12:00 PM

Avaya Auditorium, ACES Building 2.302


Workshop Highlights Race and Anthropology of Africa

Friday September 26, 2008⋅3:00 PM

John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies, Room A232


Film Screening: "The Children We Sacrifice"

Thursday September 25, 2008⋅6:00 PM

Parlin Hall, Room 1


Historian Revisits Bush v. Gore to Examine Modern Electoral Flaws

Wednesday September 24, 2008⋅4:30 PM

Mezes, Room 1.306


Adobe Founder Discusses How to Build a Global Software Company

Tuesday September 23, 2008⋅5:30 PM

LBJ Library, Brown Room


Film Series: Tragic Comedies from the Eastern Bloc

Monday September 22, 2008⋅7:30 PM

Geography Building, Room 102


Beryl Korot Discusses Video Art

Monday September 22, 2008⋅4:00 PM

Garrison Hall, Room 1.102


Film Screening: "Three Tales"

Sunday September 21, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Garrison Hall, Room 0.102


Liberal Arts ITS Third Friday

Friday September 19, 2008⋅3:00 PM

Mezes Hall Basement Auditorium (B0.306)


Film Series Spotlights Global Feminism

Thursday September 18, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Parlin Hall (PAR) Room 201


University Celebrates Constitution Day

Wednesday September 17, 2008⋅10:00 AM

West Mall


Students Making A Difference: Working for Nonprofits in Developing Countries

Tuesday September 16, 2008⋅12:30 PM

Sid Richardson Hall, Room 3.109


Parade Celebrates Mexico's Independence Day

Tuesday September 16, 2008⋅6:00 PM

Gregory Plaza and West Mall


Fixing Up the House of Race with Richard Rodriguez

Monday September 15, 2008⋅12:00 PM

Texas Union, Eastwoods Room 2.102


The Center for Asian American Studies Hosts Open House

Monday September 15, 2008⋅3:30 PM

ACES, Avaya Auditorium


Film Series Explores Legacy of 1968

Monday September 15, 2008

Calhoun 100


Events Commemorate 35th Anniversary of the Chilean Coup

Thursday September 11, 2008⋅5:30 PM

Mezes Auditorium, Room 1.306 and Benson Library, Rare Books and Manuscripts Reading Room


Dean's Forum

Tuesday September 9, 2008⋅3:30 PM

Quadrangle Room, Texas Union


The Global Semiconductor Industry: A Discussion

Tuesday September 9, 2008⋅5:30 PM

LBJ Library Brown Room, 10th Floor


University Closed for Labor Day

Monday September 1, 2008


Fall Semester Classes Begin

Wednesday August 27, 2008


Gone to Liberal Arts: Welcome Barbecue for New Students

Tuesday August 26, 2008⋅6:00 PM

Turtle Pond, Inner Campus Drive


Gone to Texas: A Texas-Sized Welcome to All Students, Staff and Faculty

Tuesday August 26, 2008⋅8:00 PM

South Mall and Main Building Plaza


MooovIn Hospitality Welcomes New Students

Friday August 22, 2008

Participating residence halls


Shakespeare at Winedale Goes on Tour

Thursday August 14, 2008

Dallas, Texas; Washington, D.C.; Staunton, Virginia


College Hosts 13th Annual Colloquium Hippocraticum

Monday August 11, 2008

Quadrangle Room, Texas Union


Michener Fellow Reads Work at Summer Poetry Event

Thursday July 24, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Austin Java, 1206 Parkway


Blanton Museum Features Japanese Art

Sunday July 20, 2008⋅2:00 PM

Blanton Museum of Art


Reading Showcases Work by Texas Poets

Thursday July 17, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Flawn Academic Center, Room 211


Shakespeare at Winedale Summer Season 2008

Wednesday July 16, 2008

Winedale Historical Center, Round Top


Michener Fellow Reads Work at Summer Poetry Event

Thursday July 10, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Austin Java, 1206 Parkway


University Closed for 4th of July

Friday July 4, 2008


Cross-Border Educators Meet for ANUIES Conference

Thursday June 26, 2008

The Four Seasons Hotel, 98 San Jacinto Blvd.


LAITS Workshop: Neogeography: Mapping Tools for the Masses

Friday June 20, 2008⋅9:00 AM

MEZ 4.136


Talk looks at civil war and trauma in El Salvador

Thursday June 19, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Harry Ransom Center, Prothro Theater


Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies Hosts Summer Film Series

Wednesday June 11, 2008⋅7:30 PM

Geography Building, Room 102


Moonlight Prowl Campus Tour

Friday June 6, 2008⋅8:00 PM

The University of Texas at Austin campus


Summer 2008 Classes Begin

Thursday June 5, 2008


Last Day to See Jack Kerouac Scroll

Sunday June 1, 2008⋅12:00 PM

The Harry Ransom Center



International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference

Thursday May 29, 2008

Radisson Hotel and Suites, Downtown Austin



Humanities Institute "Free Minds" Graduation

Monday May 19, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Prothro Theater, Harry Ransom Center


Commencement 2008

Friday May 16, 2008

Various locations


Trash to Treasure Donation Drive

Wednesday May 7, 2008


Final Exams Schedule

Wednesday May 7, 2008


Poetry on the Plaza: Lost and Found

Wednesday May 7, 2008⋅12:00 PM

The Harry Ransom Center


Third Annual Children's Shakespeare Festival

Wednesday May 7, 2008⋅11:30 AM

B. Iden Payne Theater, Winship Drama Building



UT Remembers Memorial Service

Friday May 2, 2008⋅2:00 PM

Tower Garden, north of Main Building


Spend an Evening with Tibetan Buddhist Monks

Friday May 2, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Meyerson Conference Room WCH 4.118


Class of 1958 Reunion

Thursday May 1, 2008⋅2:00 PM

Gebauer 3rd Floor Conference Room


Conference Commemorates 40 Years of the Latin American Left

Monday April 28, 2008

Avaya Auditorium, ACES Building


Museum Exhibit Spotlights Vietnamese American Culture

Sunday April 27, 2008⋅1:00 PM

Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum first floor classrooms


Shakespeare at Winedale Spring Festival of Play

Friday April 25, 2008

Winedale Historical Center, Round Top


Film Screening: Never Perfect

Thursday April 24, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Avaya Auditorium, ACES Building 2.302



Lecture: After Leonardo: The Artist as Scientist in 17th-Century Italy

Wednesday April 23, 2008⋅7:30 PM

Avaya Auditorium, ACE 2.302


Film Screening: "Nanking," with co-director Dan Sturman

Tuesday April 22, 2008⋅7:00 PM

AVAYA Auditorium, ACES Building


Lecture: Learning Conjunto Ensemble Music

Monday April 21, 2008⋅12:00 PM

Texas Union Sinclair Suite 3.128


Symposium Celebrates Américo Paredes

Friday April 18, 2008⋅4:30 PM

Campus Club, Main Dining Room


Liberal Arts ITS Third Friday

Friday April 18, 2008⋅3:00 PM

Mez B0.306


Lecture: The West, East Asia and the Tropics in Global Economic Development

Wednesday April 16, 2008⋅5:00 PM

Garrison Hall, Rm. 1.102


Undergraduate Research Symposium

Wednesday April 16, 2008⋅11:00 AM

Texas Union, Lone Star Room



Writing Under Putin: Russian Literature Today

Monday April 14, 2008⋅12:00 PM

Chicano Culture Room, Texas Union 4.206


Honors Day Celebrates Liberal Arts Students' Academic Achievement

Saturday April 12, 2008⋅10:00 AM

Gregory Gym


Sneak Preview of "Shadows," a film by Milcho Manchevski

Saturday April 12, 2008⋅7:30 PM

Texas Union Theater


Historian George Chauncey to Speak at Gender Symposium

Friday April 11, 2008⋅3:00 PM

Prothro Theater, Harry Ransom Center


Conference: Making Europe/Making Europeans

Thursday April 10, 2008

Main Building, Room 212


Conference: Perspectives on Gender and Technology

Thursday April 10, 2008

Avaya Auditorium, ACES Building


Lecture: Policy and Strategy in an Era of Globalization

Tuesday April 8, 2008⋅12:15 PM

LBJ School, SRH 3.111


Lecture: Justice for Darfur?

Monday April 7, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Garrison Hall, Rm. 0.102


Lecture: Justice is a Constant Struggle

Monday April 7, 2008⋅5:30 PM

Townes Hall (Law School), Room 3.142


Explore the Blanton Museum Through Poetry

Sunday April 6, 2008

Blanton Museum of Art


Annual Américo Paredes Lecture: Racial Memory and the Ghost of Modernity

Friday April 4, 2008⋅4:00 PM

Main Building 212


Panel: Asian Americans in Texas

Thursday April 3, 2008⋅3:30 PM

GEB 4.200


Lecture: The Reluctant Realism of George H. W. Bush

Wednesday April 2, 2008⋅5:00 PM

LBJ Library Brown Room, 10th Floor


Film Screening: "Der Golem," 1920 horror classic

Wednesday April 2, 2008⋅4:00 PM

Burdine Hall, Room 216


Lecture: Holocaust and Revival, A new approach to Holocaust education

Monday March 31, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Texas Hillel, Topfer Center for Jewish Life


Lecture: Argentine Jewish Women and Sexuality

Monday March 31, 2008⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall, Rm. 1.102


Liberal Arts ITS 3rd Friday

Friday March 28, 2008⋅3:00 PM

Mez B0.306


Conference: Water in the 21st Century

Thursday March 27, 2008

AVAYA Auditorium, ACES 2.302


Lecture: Female Stigmatics in Renaissance Italy

Thursday March 27, 2008⋅4:00 PM

Waggener Hall, Room 214


Reading Texas Tea Leaves: Implications of the 2008 Election

Tuesday March 25, 2008⋅3:30 PM

Gebauer Room 3.312


Presentation: New Findings on the Romani (Gypsy) Language

Monday March 24, 2008⋅12:00 PM

Meyerson Conference Room, WCH 4.118


Power Ladder Politics: Negotiating the Obstacles to Women's Leadership

Thursday March 20, 2008⋅2:00 PM

Sheffield Room, Townes Hall


Army Chaplain Discusses His Experiences at Guantanamo Bay

Thursday March 20, 2008⋅6:00 PM

Law School Auditorium


Romani (Gypsy) Film Series

Wednesday March 19, 2008⋅7:00 PM

GRG 102


Lecture: The Danger of Weaponizing Outer Space

Wednesday March 19, 2008⋅5:00 PM

LBJ Library Brown Room, 10th Floor


Lecture: Animal Passions and Beastly Virtues

Wednesday March 19, 2008⋅7:30 PM

Avaya Auditorium, ACES Building 2.302


Lecture: Shakespeare in Our Time

Wednesday March 19, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Harry Ransom Center


Explore Your Future: A Major and Career Workshop

Wednesday March 19, 2008⋅5:00 PM

Gebauer 3rd Floor Conference Room


Africa Seminar: The Taboo of Female Homosexuality in Senegal

Friday March 7, 2008⋅12:00 PM

CAAAS Conference Room, Jester A232


Book Signing: "Rhetoric and the Republic" by Mark Longaker

Friday March 7, 2008⋅5:00 PM

Follett's Intellectual Property, 24th and Guadalupe



Conference: The Performance of Leftist Governments in Latin America

Thursday March 6, 2008

Texas Union, Santa Rita Room 3.502


Lecture: Four Policy Planning Stories in Search of a Theory

Wednesday March 5, 2008⋅5:00 PM

Legends Room, Etter-Harbin Alumni Center


Symposium: Medieval Bibles

Tuesday March 4, 2008⋅4:00 PM

Prothro Theatre, Harry Ransom Center


Lecture: The God Strategy: Faith as a Political Weapon

Monday March 3, 2008⋅7:00 PM

TCC 1.110


Nigerian Writer and Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka Discusses Sudan Crisis

Sunday March 2, 2008

B. Iden Payne Theater, Winship Drama Building



Explore UT: The Biggest Open House in Texas

Saturday March 1, 2008⋅11:00 AM

UT Campus


Latin American Photo Contest

Saturday March 1, 2008


Diaspora Talk: The Science of the Word

Friday February 29, 2008⋅3:00 PM

CAAAS Conference Room, Jester A232


Lecture: Chinese Economic Competitiveness

Tuesday February 26, 2008⋅5:00 PM

LBJ Library Brown Room, 10th Floor


Concert: San Antonio Vocal Arts Ensemble

Sunday February 24, 2008⋅3:00 PM

Blanton Museum of Art


Texas Skywarn Severe Weather Training Session

Saturday February 23, 2008⋅8:15 AM

Commons Building, Pickle Research Campus



Conference: Transitions in the Cuban Revolution

Thursday February 21, 2008

Avaya Auditorium, ACES Building


College Hosts Fifth Annual Abriendo Brecha Activist Scholarship Conference

Thursday February 21, 2008

San Jacinto Conference Center


Lecture: Mass Consumerism and the Cold War as Global History

Wednesday February 20, 2008⋅5:00 PM

Garrison Hall, Rm. 1.102


Lecture and Reading by Tobias Wolff

Monday February 18, 2008⋅7:00 PM

Joynes Room, Carothers Residence (CRD)


Liberal Arts ITS 3rd Friday

Friday February 15, 2008⋅3:00 PM


Robert C. Solomon Memorial Conference

Friday February 15, 2008

Thompson Conference Center


Conference: Urban Segregation and Labor in the Americas

Thursday February 14, 2008

Campus Club, Room 203


Lecture: The Politics of Regime Structure Reform in Israel

Thursday February 14, 2008⋅4:00 PM

Batts Hall, Rm. 5.108



Performance: "Wong Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"

Tuesday February 12, 2008⋅6:30 PM

Avaya Auditorium, ACES Building


Women Decide '08: Women's Health Policy Roundtable Discussion

Tuesday February 12, 2008⋅12:30 PM

LBJ Library Atrium


Student conference explores Latin American research topics

Thursday February 7, 2008

Thompson Conference Center


Prime Minister Salam Fayyad Discusses "Building a Palestinian State"

Thursday February 7, 2008⋅6:00 PM

LBJ Library Atrium, 10th Floor


Humanities Institute Hosts China Studies Lecture

Wednesday February 6, 2008⋅7:30 PM

Avaya Auditorium, ACES Building


Feminist Scholar Naomi Wolf Challenges Unrealistic Standards of Beauty at Symposium

Saturday February 2, 2008⋅11:00 AM

Jester Auditorium


Visiting Scholar Discusses Energy Security

Thursday January 31, 2008⋅5:00 PM

Texas Union, Room 3.116


South Asia Institue hosts lecture by Penn State professor

Thursday January 31, 2008⋅3:30 PM

Meyerson Conference Room, WCH 4.118


Garrison Hall Reopening Gala and Lecture Series

Thursday January 31, 2008

Garrison Hall


Study Abroad Fair

Wednesday January 30, 2008⋅10:00 AM

Gregory Plaza, West Mall


Film Screening: "Anna May Wong, Frosted Yellow Willows"

Tuesday January 29, 2008⋅7:15 PM

Avaya Auditorium, ACES Building


Liberal Arts Council Town Hall Meeting

Tuesday January 29, 2008⋅6:00 PM

GAR 0.102


Lecture: How the United Nations Can Stop Terrorism

Thursday January 24, 2008⋅5:00 PM

LBJ Library Brown Room, 10th floor



Liberal Arts ITS Third Friday

Friday January 18, 2008⋅3:00 PM

Mezes Hall B0.306


Nancy Keenan Discusses Legacy of Roe v. Wade

Thursday January 17, 2008⋅6:30 PM

Thompson Conference Center


Cuban Jews: Identity, Diaspora and the Search for Home

Thursday January 17, 2008⋅7:00 PM

MEZ B0.306


Alum to Discuss Value of Public Service

Wednesday January 16, 2008⋅1:00 PM

Quadrangle Room, Texas Union


Classes Begin in January

Monday January 14, 2008


Professor Discusses Population Research Center Projects

Monday January 14, 2008⋅12:00 PM

NUR 1.106, 1700 Red River