This Week at the Uo
Byline: The Register-Guard
Panel discussion - 3:30 p.m. Panel members Lynn Stephen, anthropology professor and director of the Gender, Families and Immigration Project in the Center for the Study of Women in Society; and Heather McClure, a research associate on the Latino Research Team at the Oregon Social Learning Center and a courtesy research associate at the UO; will discuss "Mexican Immigration in Oregon: Gender and Family Issues." Browsing Room, Knight Library. Free. 346-5247.
Speaker - 7 p.m. English professor Louise Westling will discuss "Poison Lands, Poison Bodies." The lecture will be a short presentation on a variety of subjects, including eco-feminism and environmental justice literature and film. Room 175, Knight Law Center. Free. 346-1079.
Speaker - Noon. Philosophy professor Bonnie Mann will discuss "Political Use and Abuse of Embodied Aesthetics: Feminist Phenomenology and Structural Injustice." Seating limited to 25 people. Room 330, Hendricks Hall. Free. 346-5015.
Speaker - 4:30 p.m. UO English professors William Rossi and Molly Westling will discuss ""Reading, Rhetoric and Climate." Part of the informal "Fireside Conversations" with UO faculty. Many Nations Longhouse. Free. 346-1395.
Speaker - 6 p.m. Religion and humanities professor K.?E. Brashier, Reed College, will discuss "Marketplace Morality - Chinese Hell Scrolls." Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Free with museum admission. 346-3162.
Film - 7 p.m. Cuban film "Suite Habana" (80 min., 2003) directed by Fernando PA[c]rez. Romance languages professor Gina Herrmann will moderate a discussion following the film. …