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Film: Following the Box, screening followed by Q&A with producer
Alan Teller (’68). Mon., Nov. 30, 12:15
Physics Colloquium: Spasers: Do They Have a Future? Alexander Lisyansky (QC). Mon., Nov. 30, 12:15 pm.
Biology Colloquium: Plant Colonization Patterns in Native Perennial Plant Assemblages on Geographically Isolated Green Roofs. Jason Aloisio (Fordham). Wed., Dec. 2, 11:10 am.
Lecture: Byzantium and the Arts of the Silk Roads. Warren Woodfin (Queens). Wed., Dec. 2, 12:15 pm.
Lecture: Reading the Torah. Catherine Chalier (Univ. of Nanterre, France). Wed., Dec. 2, 12:15 pm.
Media Studies Colloquium: Activism via Storytelling. Leslie McCleave (Queens). Wed., Dec 2, 5:30 pm.
Chamber Music Live: Beethoven, Beethoven & Beethoven. Fri., Dec. 4, 10 am.
A Chanukah Celebration. Featuring international opera singer, actor, and musician David Serero.
Sun., Dec. 6, 2 pm.
Seminar: Hydrogen Production from Water Splitting: No Membranes Required. Daniel Esposito (Columbia). Mon., Dec. 7, 11:15 am.
Physics Colloquium: The von Neumann Model of Measurement in Quantum Mechanics. Pier Mello (Univ. of Mexico). Mon., Dec. 7, 12:15 pm.
Biology Colloquium: Genital Coevolution and Sexual Conflictin Vertebrates. Patricia Brennan (UMass). Wed., Dec. 9, 11:10 am.
Media Studies Colloquium: Film as Body/Politic. Anupama Kapse (Queens). Wed., Dec 9, 5:30 pm.
Lecture: Missionaries to the Mongols: The Franciscan Order and the Arts in Medieval Asia. James Saslow (Queens). Thur., Dec. 10, 6 pm.
Media Studies Colloquium: The Rhetoric of Race. Michael Lacy (Queens). Wed., Dec. 16, 5:30 pm.
Inaugural Marjorie Hecht Watson Memorial Reading: Zadie Smith will read from her work and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Wed., Dec. 16, 7 pm (new date).
A Special Martin Luther King, Jr.
Celebration with BeBe Winans. Sun., Jan. 17, 4 pm
Chopra on The Future of Wellbeing. Sun., Feb. 7, 2 pm.
Evening Reading: Geraldine Brooks will read from her work and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tue., Feb. 16, 7 pm.
Concert: Midtown Men (stars from the original cast of Jersey Boys). Sun., Feb. 21, 3 pm.
Performance: New Shanghai Circus. Sunday,
March 20, 3 pm.