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These are events sponsored wholly or in part by the Center for the Humanities.

SEPTEMBER

SEPTEMBER-NOVEMBER

Theology Fall Lecture Series: What is Christian Freedom" Commemorating the 500th Anniversary of the Sixteenth-Century Reformations"
Mid-October lectures by Timothy Wengert and Susan Wood

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

Odds Bodkin Performance
"The Iliad: Book One"
7:00 PM, McGuire Hall

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

Zeliger Lecture
“Does the Political Establishment Matter Anymore?”
5:00 PM Room TBA

THURSDAY-SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22-25

Montreal Excursion for French language students

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, and FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30

American Shakespeare Center Tour
"Hungry Hearts Tour"
Romeo and Juliet, Thornton Wilder's Our Town, Two Gentlemen of Verona  
McManus Theatre, 7:00 pm

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30

Nachbahr Talk: Dr. Matthew Mulcahy, History,
5:00 Ritz Arena

OCTOBER

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4

St. Francis Feast and Learn
6:30 PM, 4th Floor

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6

Raaflaub Lecture
“Caesar: the general, the historian, and his self-portrait on the Gallic War”
6:00 PM, KHB03

The Baltimore Environmental Film Series
Disobedience
6:30 PM, 4th Floor Programming Room

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15

Ariosto 2016 Centenary Celebration Conference

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19

Sahar Kamis lecture
“The Role of Arab Women in the Arab Spring Uprising”
5:00 pm, KH B01

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20

Writers at Work
Claire Vaye Watkins and Hannah Tinti

MONDAY, OCTOBER 24

Poetry Recitation Contest
Monday, October 24, 2016

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26

Sifton Lecture
"Violence All Around"
6:00 PM, room tba

LATE OCTOBER
Hochschild Lecture
“The Theme of Memory in Augustine” 
time and place tba

NOVEMBER

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 Moved to Thursday, November 17

Argueta film and lecture
“Abrazos”
6:00 pm. KH B03

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2

Cardin Lecture--  Sharonah Fredrick,  Assistant Director of ACMRS (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies)
"Christian-Jewish Dialogue in a Most Unexpected Time: Jesuits, Sephardic Jews, and the Colonial New World"
6:00 pm, McGuire Hall 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4

Philip Freeman lecture
“Cicero on How to Win an Election”
3:00 pm, 4th Foor Programming Room

WEEK of NOVEMBER 4-10

National French Week
"The Faces of France Today: A Living Mosaic"

MONDAY, NOVEMBER  7

 The Baltimore Environmental Film Series
Racing Extinction
Time TBA, The Senator Theatre

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8

Jason Wirth lecture
“Jesuit Zen: Philosophical, Spiritual and Historical Considerations”
3:05, Sellinger VIP lounge

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13

Trip to Holocaust Museum
Sunday, November 13, 2016 leave 10:15 am, return 3:00 pm

DECEMBER

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1

Alumni Panel: Writing in the World
Renee Lemley, Taylor DeBoer, John Handscomb, Laurence Ross, Ryan Garvin, Kathleen Spaeth, Joseph Capista, Natalia Weiner
McManus Theater, 6 pm

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2

Laurence Ross Reading
tba

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11

Literary Feast"England Swings"

JANUARY

FEBRUARY

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21

The Baltimore Environmental Film Series
Virunga
Time tba, Senator Theatre

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23 through WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1

Italian Week  "Rome: Eternal City: One Life is not Enough"

MONDAY or TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 or 28


Kira Thurman Lecture
"Listening to African American Music in 19th Century Germany: Refining Race and Music across the Atlantic"
tba

MARCH

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15

Humanities Symposium Student Faculty Colloquium on "World War I" Text is Mary Borden's The Forbidden Zone plus selected World War I soldier's poems
between 8 and 5 in McManus Theater

THURSDAY, MARCH 16

Humanities Symposium Student Faculty Colloquium on "World War I"
between 8 and 5:45 in McManus Theater

Humanities Symposium Keynote Address
6:00 pm McGuire Hall

Writers at Work
Claire Vaye Watkins and Hannah Tinti

The Baltimore Environmental Film Series
City of Trees 
Date & Time TBA, Senator Theatre

DATE TBA, MARCH

John Kiess panel discussion
“Hannah Arendt and Theology” TBA
 

APRIL

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5

2017 Colloquium on Language, Literature and Society "Imagination without Limits: Folklore, Fairy Tales and Fantasy around the World" 

FRIDAY or SATURDAY, APRIL  21 or 22

The Baltimore Environmental Film Series
Dr Seuss' The Lorax
7:30 PM,  Loyola Quad

MAY

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