Mar 02, 2019 Mar 02, 2019
09:30AM 04:30PM No Pride in Borders: University Event Topic: Campus Life & Student Orgs,Diversity,Graduate,Lectures & Meetings,Politics,Religion & Ethics,Service & Volunteering,Special Event,Student & Campus Life,Other School: All Emory University,School of Law Department / Organization: Affiliated Organization Building/Room: Gambrell Hall / School of Law Meeting Organizer/Sponsor: OUTLaw Event Open To: All (Public) Cost: Free Registration / R.S.V.P. link: https://emorylaw.wufoo.com/forms/outlaw-conference-no-pride-in-borders/ Contact Name: Stephanie Sorquira Contact Email: stephanie.sorquira@emory.edu Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/2067917039959073/?notif_t=plan_user_associated&notif_id=1550601330076692 On March 2nd, from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Emory OUTLaw will be hosting our annual conference. Join us for discussions exploring the historical and contemporary struggles of indigenous, migrant, and queer communities within and against the American empire. This conference begins from and builds upon the perspective that the U.S. legal system was established as a mechanism to uphold white supremacy and settler colonialism and that centuries of U.S. military intervention, from Latin America to Southeast Asia, have wrongfully claimed the lives and the land of millions of people. Today, as Trump declares a national state of emergency in order to fund a border wall, we must ask ourselves and each other, what does it mean to be a lawyer in these times? How do we engage ethically with a legal system that is inherently violent and inhumane? If the government is not bound by the law, are we? This event is free and open to the public! + Tull Auditorium in Emory Law School building Campus Events
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09:30AM 04:30PM No Pride in Borders: University Event Topic: Campus Life & Student Orgs,Diversity,Graduate,Lectures & Meetings,Politics,Religion & Ethics,Service & Volunteering,Special Event,Student & Campus Life,Other School: All Emory University,School of Law Department / Organization: Affiliated Organization Building/Room: Gambrell Hall / School of Law Meeting Organizer/Sponsor: OUTLaw Event Open To: All (Public) Cost: Free Registration / R.S.V.P. link: https://emorylaw.wufoo.com/forms/outlaw-conference-no-pride-in-borders/ Contact Name: Stephanie Sorquira Contact Email: stephanie.sorquira@emory.edu Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/2067917039959073/?notif_t=plan_user_associated&notif_id=1550601330076692 On March 2nd, from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Emory OUTLaw will be hosting our annual conference. Join us for discussions exploring the historical and contemporary struggles of indigenous, migrant, and queer communities within and against the American empire. This conference begins from and builds upon the perspective that the U.S. legal system was established as a mechanism to uphold white supremacy and settler colonialism and that centuries of U.S. military intervention, from Latin America to Southeast Asia, have wrongfully claimed the lives and the land of millions of people. Today, as Trump declares a national state of emergency in order to fund a border wall, we must ask ourselves and each other, what does it mean to be a lawyer in these times? How do we engage ethically with a legal system that is inherently violent and inhumane? If the government is not bound by the law, are we? This event is free and open to the public! + Tull Auditorium in Emory Law School building Campus Events
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02:00PM 02:00PM Spring Play: Ada and the Engine: School: Oxford College Department / Organization: Oxford College Building/Room: Tarbutton Performing Arts Center Cost: $5/person Contact Name: Danielle Dockery Contact Email: danielle.dockery@emory.edu Oxford College will present the play "Ada and the Engine" by Lauren Gunderson. Ada Byron is a curious young woman and mathematician who is being pushed for a prestigious marriage by her mother, who is hoping to repair their damaged reputation set by the late Lord Byron, Ada’s father. However, when Ada meets Charles Babbage, her interest is spiked. He seems like her perfect match – he’s a scholar and a dreamer, but their age difference prevents their friendship from becoming anything more. Despite Ada’s marriage to Lord Lovelace, Babbage’s model of the Analytical Engine creates a long-lasting partnership between the two scientists that causes their deplored love for each other to be kept aflame. The cast and technical crew, composed entirely of students, is directed by Nick Fesette. Jessie Rivers coordinates the sets, lighting, and sound. Tickets are $5 per person. Reserve your tickets at oxford.emory.edu/oxboxoffice. This play is presented as part of a special exhibition "Reviving Ada." Presented in conjunction with the Atlanta Science Festival, this interactive gallery features multi-media displays curated by Oxford students celebrating female contributions to math and science. The gallery will be Feb. 28-March 23 in Tarbutton Lobby. This is an Oxford Studies event. + Oxford College Campus Events
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04:00PM 05:30PM George Koutsouflakis - "Aegean Navigation...": Department / Organization: Ancient Mediterranean Studies Program,Carlos Museum,Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies Meeting Organizer/Sponsor: Emory Program in Mediterranean Archaeology; GSU Center for Hellenic Studies Speaker/Presenter: George Koutsouflakis Event Open To: All (Public) Cost: Free Link: http://mesas.emory.edu/home/ Emory University Program in Mediterranean Archaeology and Georgia State University Center for Hellenic Studies are pleased to present: Dr. George Koutsouflakis, Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities, Greek Ministry of Culture “Aegean Navigation and the Shipwrecks of Fournoi, Greece: The Archipelago in Context” An extensive underwater survey, conducted between the years 2015-2018 by the Hellenic Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities in cooperation with the R.P.M. Nautical Foundation yielded more than fifty unknown shipwrecks in the Fournoi archipelago, making it one of the Mediterranean’s largest known concentration of shipwrecks. This lecture examines why fifty ships came to grief in this relatively obscure location, which apparently never had settlements larger than villages. It considers navigation in the Aegean and the role that Fournoi played in an extended geographical and historical context that, as the material remains attest, stretched from the Iberian Peninsula to the shores of the Black Sea and Asia Minor. It argues that instead of the usual processes of wreck assemblages (ship traps, hazardous environment, or abandonments), the collection of shipwrecks at Fournοι rather represents individual events resulting from the large volume of ship traffic passing through the Fournoi archipelago in particular time periods. The study of the Fournoi shipwrecks thus helps us historicize the Aegean’s navigational landscape. This lecture is held in conjunction with Dig It!, Emory’s student-led archaeology festival. Additional Emory Co-Sponsors: Department of Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies; Program in Ancient Mediterranean Studies; Michael C. Carlos Museum + Carlos Museum, Ackerman Hall Campus Events
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07:30PM 07:30PM Spring Play: Ada and the Engine: School: Oxford College Department / Organization: Oxford College Building/Room: Tarbutton Performing Arts Center Cost: $5/person Contact Name: Danielle Dockery Contact Email: danielle.dockery@emory.edu Oxford College will present the play "Ada and the Engine" by Lauren Gunderson. Ada Byron is a curious young woman and mathematician who is being pushed for a prestigious marriage by her mother, who is hoping to repair their damaged reputation set by the late Lord Byron, Ada’s father. However, when Ada meets Charles Babbage, her interest is spiked. He seems like her perfect match – he’s a scholar and a dreamer, but their age difference prevents their friendship from becoming anything more. Despite Ada’s marriage to Lord Lovelace, Babbage’s model of the Analytical Engine creates a long-lasting partnership between the two scientists that causes their deplored love for each other to be kept aflame. The cast and technical crew, composed entirely of students, is directed by Nick Fesette. Jessie Rivers coordinates the sets, lighting, and sound. Tickets are $5 per person. Reserve your tickets at oxford.emory.edu/oxboxoffice. This play is presented as part of a special exhibition "Reviving Ada." Presented in conjunction with the Atlanta Science Festival, this interactive gallery features multi-media displays curated by Oxford students celebrating female contributions to math and science. The gallery will be Feb. 28-March 23 in Tarbutton Lobby. This is an Oxford Studies event. + Oxford College Campus Events
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