Intellectual Engagement Opportunities

Anyone who wishes to add points to their overall quiz scores may do so, by attending and writing a one-page, single-spaced summary of any of the following events:

9/10 4:00 p.m. Susan Grayzel, “Did Women Have a Great War?” Lean Lecture Hall

9/11 7:30 p.m. Larry T. Shirer, “Spirituality in Native American Ceremonies” Lean Lecture Hall

9/18 7:00 p.m. Film Screening and Q & A with filmmaker Eva Lewis, “Undeterred” a documentary about resistance to human rights abuses on the U.S.-Mexico border., Gault Recital Hall

9/24 7:30 Thi Bui will give the the annnual Peter Mortensen Lecture, McGaw Chapel

9/25 7:30 p.m. Jeremy Rapport, “Religion and Religions in Native America”
Lean Lecture Hall

9/26 7:30 Griselda Pérez Robles, “Archaeology Beyond our Imagining: Sustainable Practices inside the Maya Biosphere Reserve,”  Scovel Hall 105

9/26 5:00, Women in Agricultural Science, Williams 140

10/1 7:00 Marian Frazier, Lying with Data, Excelsior Room, Spoon Cafe, Downtown Wooster

10/2 1:45 Discussion with Historical Fiction Author Sophie Perinot, The Alley in Lowry

10/2 7:30 Dale Seeds, “Spirits in the Mask: An Exploration of the Spiritual Beliefs of Alaskan Native Peoples as Seen Through the Eyes of Their mask Performance Traditions” Lean Lecture Hall

10/3 7:30 Anthony Tuck, “The Politics of Wine: Intoxication, Sexuality and Aristocratic Identity in Early Italy,” Lean Lecture Room

10/16 7:30 Walter Robinson, “Indigenous Spirituality and the Genesis of Religion,” Lean Lecture Room

10/24 7:00 Tina Chang, Reading and Book Signing
Ruth W. Williams Hall, Room 045

10/25  7:30 p.m. Nollie Moore (tenor) Recital,  Gault Recital Hall,  Scheide

10/30 7:30 p.m. Jose Medina. Lindner Lecture in Ethics, Lean Lecture Room

10/31, 11/1, 11/2  7:30 p.m. “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” (play) Freedlander Theatre

11/7 7:30 p.m. “The Painful Hope: An Israeli Settler and a Palestinian Activist in Dialogue” Lean Lecture Room.