The UGA AFrican Studies Institute presents the 25th annual lecture. UGA alumna Alexandra Wright, Overseas Research Fellow for the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, speaks on "capacity strengthening vector control laboratories in resource limited settings in East and West Africa."
Learn about memory loss, dementia, risk factors, stages, treatments and more.
(Room 101) Marcia Chatelain will give a talk on "Burgers in the Age of Black Capitalism: How Civil Rights and Fast Food Changed America After 1968."
(Room 277) Author and professor Dianne Dugaw will speak on "Fighting and Sailing Women in Anglo-American Prints, Songs and History." A workshop on rare books will follow after lunch.
A night of poetry and music to benefit Diginidad Inmigrante en Athens. Featuring poets Bridget Dooley, Sam Lane, Celest Ngeve and Lindsay Tigue, and music from Captain #1, Gift Economy, Ashley Na and Devin Watkins, plus a DJ after the show.
(Dean Rusk Hall, Larry Walker Room) The Working in the Public Interest Conference explores equal treatment under the law, improving access to legal representation and practical approaches to public interest lawyering.
Learn the early warning signs through video clips. Find out how to enroll in clinical studies, begin drug therapy and plan for the future.
(135 Habersham Dr.) Hear poetry from Nicole Brooks, Paul Cunningham and Nathan Blansett. See Story on p. 13.
Mokah Johnson from the Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement will lead a workshop titled "Know Your Rights," encouraging people to make a practical difference in the community.
Mark McCurties, member of the Christian Science Lectureship, presents "Making Meaningful Change; How God's Love Can Change Your Life and the World."
Listen to poems by locals, and perform your own.
(Winterville Train Depot, 101 Marigold Ln.) Gary Doster will talk about the history of the East Athens railroad.
UGA professors Jim Affolter and Cathy Pringle will speak on their experiences teaching college students on excursions across the world.
Discuss works connected to the ongoing and upcoming exhibitions and programs at the library. Followed by gallery tours.
The UGA Creative Writing Program presents Kiese Laymon, author of Long Division. See Calendar Pick on p. 15.
Open mic poetry readings. This month's featured reader is Mark Bromberg.
The Women Law Students' Association presents U.S. District Court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as the 35th Edith House lecturer. Jackson will present "Reflections on My Journey as a Mother and a Judge."
The group supports and encourages writing of original poetry. All ages and experience welcome.
(Hargrett Library) Serious writers may bring up to ten pages of their work, any genre, for group feedback. Each meeting will highlight books form Hargrett's Collections.
The UGA Creative Writing Program presents writer Rodney Morales, author of For a Song.