Tue., Feb. 11- “Artists as Activists: Muslim Women Artists in New York City.” (GSE Arts in Education Program) Munir Jiwa, New School University. Room G-08, Larsen Hall, 14 Appian Way, GSE, 2 p.m. Free and open to the public. Wheelchair accessible
Thu., Feb. 13- “A Changing Picture: European Art Museums Today.” (HUAM) Annamaria Petrioli Tofani, director, Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Lecture hall, Sackler Museum, 6 p.m. Free.
Wed., Feb. 5- “Accountability of International Organizations or the Lack Thereof: The Case of the World Bank.” (Islamic Legal Studies Program, HLS) Sabine Schlemmer-Schulte, University of Leiden, The Netherlands. John Chipman Gray room, 2nd floor, Pound Hall, HLS, 5:30 p.m. The talk will be preceded by a reception at 5 p.m.
Thu., Feb. 13- “Reflections of South Africa: Now and Then.” (HLS) Margaret Marshall, chief justice, Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. Room 320, Hauser Hall, HLS, 4 p.m. This talk is part of the Spring 2003 Saturday School. To reserve a seat, please e-mail email@example.com.
Thu., Feb. 13-Voices of Public Intellectuals: “Battered Women and Feminist Lawmaking.” (Radcliffe Institute) Elizabeth Schneider, Brooklyn Law School. Cronkhite living room, 6 Ash St., 6 p.m.
Thu., Feb. 6- “Shadowing History: National Narratives and the Persistence of Everyday Life.” (Humanities Center, Reischauer Institute) H.D. Harootunian, New York University. Room 133, Barker Center, 4 p.m.
Sat., Feb. 8- “Monuments and Sculptures of India – A Photo Journey.” (Sanskrit and Indian Studies) Paresh C. Motiwala, photographer, engineer. Hall C, Science Center, 3 p.m. A 30 minute question-and-answer session to follow lecture.
Mon., Feb. 3- “The Promise and Problems of American Power.” (IOP) A conversation with Bill Emmott, editor-in-chief, The Economist. ARCO Forum, KSG, 6 p.m.
Tue., Feb. 4- “The Civil Rights Movement: ‘It’s Deja-Vu All Over Again.'” (Shorenstein Center) Judy Richardson, senior producer, Northern Light Productions. Kalb Seminar Room 275, Taubman Building, KSG, noon.
Tue., Feb. 4- “PBS’ New Frontline World
Series.” (KSG) David Fanning, executive producer, and Sharon Tiller, senior producer, will discuss Frontline’s new international series. There will be a film screening of Alexis Bloom’s “The Road North,” a documentary on the collapse of the Miss World Beauty Pageant in Nigeria. Wiener Auditorium, KSG, time TBA. Refreshments will be served. Visit //www.ksg.harvard.edu/cchrp for more information.
Tue., Feb. 11- “The Will To Go to War.” (Shorenstein Center) Linda Wertheimer, senior national correspondent, National Public Radio. Kalb Seminar Room 275, Taubman Building, KSG, noon.