This Week at the Uo

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This Week at the Uo


Byline: The Register-Guard

MONDAY

Lecture - 4 p.m. Moniak Biswas, department of film studies at Jadavpur University, Calcutta, will discuss "The City and the Citizen: Forms in Bombay and Bengal in the '50s Cinema." Browsing Room, Knight Library. Free. 346-1521.

TUESDAY

Lecture - 4 p.m. Professor Sharalyn Orbaugh, Asian and women's studies, University of British Columbia, will discuss "Kamishibai: The Construction of Space and the National Imaginary in Modernizing Japan." Room 182, Lillis Hall. Free. 346-1521.

Lecture - 7:30 p.m. Saul Bellow's book "Mr. Sammler's Planet" will be discussed as part of the "Let's Talk About It: Jewish Literature - Identity and Imagination" series. Browsing Room, Knight Library. Free. 346-1930.

WEDNESDAY

Speaker - Noon. Megumi Kaizu, an international student from Japan, will discuss "Beyond Silence: Responses to War Through Art." Part of the series: "Global Views: The Impact of War on Students' Lives." International Resource Center, Erb Memorial Union. Free. 346-1333.

Gubernatorial forum - 7 p.m. Candidates for governor will speak and answer questions on higher education and other issues. Room 150, Columbia Hall. Free. 346-4875.

Lecture - 7 p.m. Sociology professor Patricia McFadden, Spelman College, will discuss "Plunder as Statecraft: Militarism and Resistance in the Restructuring of the Neo-colonial African State in the Age of Neo-Imperialism. …

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