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Lecture Notes

Jan. 22 - Feb. 4, 2007

International Portrait Photographer Joyce Wilson
Jan. 22, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., Kettler Hall Studio Theatre, Fort Wayne -- Joyce Wilson, one of the premier portrait photographers in the world, will lecture at IPFW. She is one of the most beloved and respected instructors in the profession and fees to attend her workshops often range from $1,200 - $3,000. Admission to this lecture, however, is free for everyone and is sponsored by the IPFW Department of Visual Communication and Design. For more information, call 260-481-6709.

Forensic pathologist and 'CSI' consultant
Jan. 23, 7 p.m., IU Northwest Savannah Center Auditorium, 33rd Ave. and Broadway, Gary -- Forensic pathologist Dr. Gary Telgenhoff, deputy medical examiner for Clark County, Nev., and a consultant for the Las Vegas-based CBS show "CSI," will discuss his experiences with the hit drama and with his day job in a major metropolitan coroner's office. For more information, call 219-980-6802.

IU Art Museum Noon Talk
Jan. 24, 12:15 p.m. - 1 p.m., the IU Art Museum Gallery of the Art of the Western World, Bloomington -- Annette Schlagenhauff, assistant curator of prints, drawings and photographs at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, will discuss the works of the English printmaker S. W. Hayter and his influential printmaking workshop. For more information, visit

Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Brown Bag Series
Jan. 25, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Ballantine Hall 004, Bloomington -- Sponsored by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, CLACS presents "The use of Saladin in Medieval and Early Modern Literature." For more information, visit

"Should You Go Public? The Rewards and Costs of Civic and Personal Sociology"
Jan. 26, 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., the IMU Dogwood Room, Bloomington -- The graduate students in the Department of Sociology Public Sociology Colloquium have invited Pepper Schwartz, an outstanding scholar and "public intellectual" at the University of Washington who has expanded her academic experiences into the public sphere to speak. She will discuss academic accomplishments, community involvement, direct work with public organizations, best practices, professional hurdles, challenges and rewards. Her academic contributions to the sociological study of gender, sexuality and related issues have been substantial, and she has been active in contributing to local and national discussions about topics related to her research. She has demonstrated a commitment to public sociology throughout her career, in a wide variety of media venues and many types of services. A panel discussion and reception will follow. For more information, visit

"The Making of Anti-Semites: German Student Life and Politics 1890-1914"
Jan. 26, 1 p.m., the IMU Charter Room, Bloomington -- Lisa Zwicker, assistant professor of history at IU South Bend with a specialty in modern German history, will present "The Making of Anti-Semites: German Student Life and Politics 1890-1914." Zwicker completed her undergraduate and graduate work at the University of California, Berkeley and is presently revising a book manuscript with the title, Dueling Identities: Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish Students at German Universities, 1890-1914. She is particularly interested in processes of cultural change, the impact of religious and ethnic prejudices and the rise of nationalism in the nineteenth century. For more information, email

A Bloomington Biennial: Faculty Artists from IU's Hope School of Fine Arts Opening Reception
Jan. 26, 6-8 p.m., IU Art Museum, Bloomington -- Join the Hope School of Fine Arts faculty for the opening reception for the Bloomington Biennial exhibition. For more information on the exhibit, visit

Fine Arts Library Benefit Lecture
Jan. 27, 5 p.m. - 6 p.m., Hope School of Fine Arts, room 015, Bloomington -- Indianapolis native and IU graduate (AB '53) James McGarrell, who taught painting in the Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts from 1959 until 1981, will speak. Following the lecture is the 21st Annual Fine Arts Library Benefit Dinner. Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres will be served in the IU Art Museum's Angles Café & Gift Shop and the Fine Arts Library foyer; dinner will be in the Fine Arts Library. Dinner is by reservation only and costs $45 per person, with $20 tax deductible. All proceeds benefit the Fine Arts Library. Call 812-855-5300 to reserve by Jan. 22.

IU Art Museum Noon Talk
Jan. 31, 12:15 p.m. - 1 p.m., the IU Art Museum Special Exhibitions Gallery, Bloomington -- In conjunction with the special exhibition, Bloomington Biennial: Faculty Artists from IU's Hope School of Fine Arts, Margaret Dolinsky, assistant professor of digital art, will give a gallery talk about her work using projection systems. For more information, visit

Jacobs Music Theory Colloquium Series
Jan. 31, 3:30 p.m., Simon Music Center M267, Bloomington -- Professor Severine Neff, Eugene Falk Distinguished Professor at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, will present A Tonal Paradox in Sonata-Allegro Form: Flat-1 in Schoenberg's Second String Quartet, Op. 10. For more information, visit

Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Brown Bag Series
Feb. 1, 12 p.m. - 1 p.m., La Casa, 715 E. 7th St, Bloomington -- CLACS, Latino Studies and La Casa present Paul Liffman "Glass Cases and Legal Cases: Huichol Indian representations of territoriality in museums and courts." For more information, visit

Celebrating the Arts: Living the Dream and Continuing the Legacy
Feb. 1, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., IU Art Museum Atrium, Bloomington -- This program will feature the dedication of John Wilson's Martin Luther King, Jr.—a new acquisition purchased in honor of former Chancellor Sharon Brehm—and the unveiling of the IU Art Museum's African American Art website module. A reception will follow immediately in the museum's second floor atrium. Sponsored by the IU Office of the Vice President for Institutional Development and Student Affairs, IU Art Museum, IU Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Celebration Committee, and the IU Black History Month Committee. To RSVP for the reception, please email the Black History Month committee at by Friday, Jan. 19.

James Nachtwey: Witness
Feb. 1, 7 p.m., the Buskirk-Chumley Theater, Bloomington -- Renowned war photographer James Nachtwey will speak about his experiences covering conflict and strife around the globe. The event is free and open to the public. Nachtwey will also host a question and answer session and sign copies of his books afterward. Doors open at 6:30. Sponsored by the IU School of Journalism. For more information, email

The School of Journalism Speaker Series: Alexandra Robbins
Feb. 1, 7 p.m., the IMU Alumni Hall, Bloomington -- New York Times best-selling author Alexandra Robbins has written for a variety of publications including The New Yorker, The Atlantic Monthly, The Washington Post, Cosmopolitan and Salon. She is the author of five books, including Pledged: The Secret Life of Sororities and The Overachievers: The Secret Lives of Driven Kids. She has been spotlighted numerous times in the national media, including appearances on "The Oprah Winfrey Show," "The Today Show," and "60 Minutes." A book signing will follow the lecture. For more information, email

Combination Products in the Life Sciences Industries
Feb. 2, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., Cook Campus, Bloomington -- The third conference in the Indiana LifeSC Collaboration Series will describe some of the very exciting life sciences opportunities possible in combining drugs/devices, devices/biologics, biologics/drugs or combinations of all three. Hear directly from a world-renowned physician experienced in these combination therapies and the potential they provide as well as from academic researchers who are increasingly important in the development of these scientifically complex and challenging technologies. For more information, visit

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