Public lecture: Female patients, patrons and practitioners in 10th- and 11th-century Baghdad: An unheard voice?
Peter E. Pormann, Dept of Classics & Ancient History, University of Warwick, UK. All welcome!
Guest: Louise Potvin, PhD, Social and Preventive Medicine, Université de Montréal, on "Managing uncertainty through participation: Contributions from the Actor Network Theory." Please join us for our monthly seminar series. RSVP to email below. See our website for dates and topics of coming events.
Frank Rauch, MD, Shriner's Hospital for Children: "Three sisters with an unusual form of osteogenesis imperfecta"
Mark Gerstein, associate professor, Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry and Computer Science, Yale University. Detailed abstract on website (below).
Dr. Martin Schmeing, Structural Studies Div., MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK
Philippe Schmitter, European University Institute, Florence. Prof. Schmitter's earlier work was on regional integration, interest intermediation, corporatism and transitions from authoritarian rule, especially in Latin America. More recently, he has been interested in conceptualizing democracy in the case of the European Union ("How to Democratize the European Union – and why bother," 2000) and in reassessing neo-functionalist theory ("Neo-neofunctionalism" in A. Weiner & T. Diez, European Integration Theory, Oxford, 2004).
Dr. Roy Lyster will launch his new book, "Learning and Teaching Languages Through Content - A Counterbalanced Approach." Wine and cheese will be served. Reviewers have said this book "should be compulsory reading for anyone interested in language learning in content-based second language contexts."
Highlights of student work from the Architecture design studios of Fall 2006 and Winter 2007. Monday to Friday, 9 to 5.
"Photographic Portfolios from Arthur Erickson: Critical Works." By Ricardo L. Castro. Monday to Friday, 9 to 5. Extended run of selected works in the first-floor hallway display space.