Return of the Vagina Monologues (March 2018 8:00 pm)
The "Vagina Monologues," an award-winning theatre performance that explores issues of womanhood through humorous, heartbreaking, and powerful expression, will be presented by Albion College students on Saturday, March 24, at 8 p.m., in the Albion College Kellogg Center.
this performance is free, but a donation will be accepted on behalf of Pangea Educational Development, an organization based in Uganda which provides menstrual supplies for girls. The "Monologues" cast hopes to raise $200 at this performance.
For further information, contact organizare Sydney Dillen at .
Michigan Groups Gather for A Cappella Sing Off (March 2018 4:00 pm)
Michigan's best a cappella college groups battle for the top spot in Albion College Union Board's annual Sing Off. The music starts Sunday, March 25, at 4 p.m. in Washington Gardner Auditorium.
This year's lineup includes Albion's Euphonics, along with ensembles from Michigan State University, Grand Valley State University, and three groups from Western Michigan University. Dakaboom, a Sing Off favorite, will emcee the show again this year.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information contact Albion College Campus Programs and Organizations, or 517/629-0433.
Answering Questions about Autism (March 2018 6:00 pm)
Co-workers, neighbors, friends, and anyone curious about autism have the chance to ask questions and build awareness Tuesday, March 27, at 6 p.m. in the Albion College Bobbitt Visual Arts Center.
The presentation will be made by a representative from Aspire, a Michigan-based organization that provides education and training to people with autism. For Albion's presentation, Aspire presenters will offer information on interacting with people on the autism spectrum, in professional and social situations.
This presentation is free and open to the public. For more information, contact student organizer Maddy Slamka, , or contact Albion College Student Health Services at 517/629-0220.
Anna Howard Shaw Keynote Lecture, "Feminist Founders" (March 2018 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm)
Senior women faculty will participate in a panel sharing the rich history of Albion College’s Anna Howard Shaw Women’s Center and the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program. The conversation will cover key events within and outside of Albion College including the advent of sexual harassment policies and today’s #MeToo movement.
Events stretching from history to hot topics mark Albion College's 2018 Women's History Month celebrations. These events are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Jennifer Yawson, associate director of the Anna Howard Shaw Women's Center, 517/629-0433 or .
Potawatomi Scholar Shares Past, Future, of Band's Cultural and Environmental Resources (March 2018 5:00 pm)
A doctoral candidate in anthropology at the University of New Mexico, Topash-Caldwell also serves as archivist for the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, whose historical lands included present-day Albion. Along with working to preserve the Potawatomi language and cultural and spiritual traditions, Topash-Caldwell is active in the band's quest to return the Dowagiac River to its pre-industrial course. The Dowagiac was "straightened" in the 19th century by the logging industry, and reversal of this holds environmental, as well as cultural and spiritual benefits.
This presentation is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Albion College anthropology professor Allison Harnish at 517/629-0309.
Daoud Lecture Looks at Religion and Nation-Building in the Middle East (March 2018 7:00 pm)
The Albion College Religious Studies Department warmly welcomes Joshua M. Landis on Wednesday, March 28 at 7 p.m. in the Norris Science Center’s Towsley Hall as he explores how religion and nation-building are intertwined in the reality of the Middle East after ISIS.
Landis’s expertise is derived from his experiences as a published author, professorships at the University of Oklahoma and in Arezzo, Italy, and frequent appearances as an analyst on TV and radio as well as in Washington DC. He has contributed to Al Jazeera America, NPR, and BBC radio and maintains a daily newsletter on Syrian politics. Landis, an alum of Swarthmore College who completed his graduate work at Harvard and Princeton, lived for more than 14 years in the Middle East as a recipient of three Fulbright grants and support from the Social Science Research Council.
The Daoud Family Lectureship in Middle Eastern Studies was created by the late Detroit businessman Tarik S. Daoud and his family to promote a better understanding of Middle Eastern history, peoples, and cultures, and of the crucial role the Middle East plays in today’s world. A native of Iraq, Daoud had long been an active leader in the Detroit business community, was a founding member of the American Arab Chamber of Commerce and was a previous recipient of the Ellis Island Medal of Honor and the Detroit News’s Michiganian of the Year award.
This lecture is free and the public is invited to attend. For more information, contact the Religious Studies Department at 517/629-0207 or .
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