This Week at the UO

The Register Guard (Eugene, OR), November 17, 2002 | Go to article overview

This Week at the UO


Byline: The Register-Guard

Monday

Japan Film Series - 7 p.m. "Happiness of the Katakuris" is part of the yearlong series that showcases contemporary Japanese films, all shown in Japanese with English subtitles. Room 214, McKenzie Hall. Free. 346-4002.

Tuesday

Public lecture - 4 p.m. Christian Henriot, Carroll visiting professor in urban studies, discusses "Shanghai at War: A Reinterpretation." Reception to follow. Alumni Lounge, Gerlinger Hall. Free. 346-4802.

Author event - 7 p.m. Northwest landscape and wildlife author Robert Pyle discusses and signs copies of "Butterflies of Cascadia," a field guide to every butterfly species of Oregon, Washington and surrounding areas. Browsing Room, Knight Library. Free. 346-4331.

International Film Series - 7:30 p.m. "Yoingu Boy" (Australia) is part of the "First Peoples" series of films shown in their original languages, with English subtitles as appropriate. Keithan Student Lounge, Room 122, Pacific Hall. Free. 346-4011.

Creative writing reading - 8 p.m. Robyn Schiff reads. International Student Lounge, Erb Memorial Union. Free. 346-0509.

Wednesday

Brown Bag - Noon. Jennifer Ablow, psychology, discusses "The Transition to Motherhood: Psychology and the Transmission of Social Vulnerabilities Across Generations." Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women in Society. Room 330, Hendricks Hall. Free. 346-5015.

Honors College discussion - 7:30 p.m. "Chaos" is the topic for panelists James Schombert and Richard Taylor, physics, and Cheyney Ryan, philosophy. Dennis Todd, Honors College, moderates. Lounge, Dyment Hall, Walton Complex. Free. 346-5414.

Thursday

Visiting artist lecture - 7 p.m. Internationally acclaimed Dutch artist Toon Verhoef discusses "Contemporary Art in the Netherlands. …

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