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Stanford Repertory Theater Festival: Noël Coward on Film, "Brief Encounter"

tanford Repertory Theater presents a free Monday night film series focused on Coward’s work on film. Stanford faculty and other experts will introduce each film and lead a post-screening discussion. Patrons will receive a free filmography for each film. 

Film schedule:

Private Lives (1931)
Discussant: Roselyn Hallett, SRT filmographer and company member
Monday, June 29, 7:00 pm (no admission after 7:15 pm)

Stanford Repertory Theater Festival: Noël Coward on Film, "Cavalcade"

tanford Repertory Theater presents a free Monday night film series focused on Coward’s work on film. Stanford faculty and other experts will introduce each film and lead a post-screening discussion. Patrons will receive a free filmography for each film. 

Film schedule:

Private Lives (1931)
Discussant: Roselyn Hallett, SRT filmographer and company member
Monday, June 29, 7:00 pm (no admission after 7:15 pm)

Writing About War

This year marks both the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War and the 14th year that U.S. troops have been engaged in conflict since 9/11. How have American writers portrayed the face of battle, the ethical dilemmas of combat, and the memory of war? As a prelude to next season’s Live Context “War: Return and Recovery” theme, join us for an evening of readings and conversation with award-winning writers Natasha Trethewey and Phil Klay, and Stanford political scientist Scott Sagan.

Stanford Repertory Theater Festival: Noël Coward on Film, "Private Lives"

Stanford Repertory Theater presents a free Monday night film series focused on Coward’s work on film. Stanford faculty and other experts will introduce each film and lead a post-screening discussion. Patrons will receive a free filmography for each film. 

Film schedule:

Private Lives (1931)
Discussant: Roselyn Hallett, SRT filmographer and company member
Monday, June 29, 7:00 pm (no admission after 7:15 pm)

Women In Contemporary Literature of Iran: Seeking Meaning and Awareness

Guest: Sepideh Mohammadian

Ms. Mohammadian, an  accomplished Iranian, lawyer, writer and public intellectual. Her works of fiction and her monographs, mostly on issues dealing with women, offer a fascinating, innovative and daring new look at the question of women, their abuse and their defiance, in Iranian society.  

She will be giving a talk for us on the subject of "Women In Contemporary Literature of Iran: Seeking Meaning and Awareness." Her experience along with her writings afford her a singular vista to discuss this crucial topic.

The United Nations at 70: A Conversation with Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s visit will highlight the 70th anniversary of the founding of the UN, part of a larger trip to the Bay Area to commemorate the San Francisco Conference, where the charter establishing the UN was signed in 1945. After his speech, he will participate in a question and answer session with Ambassador Kathleen Stephens, the U.S. ambassador to the Republic of Korea (2008-11).

Gender and Sexualities Field Trip

Sometimes learning about gender and sexual diversity and health is best done as an in vivo experience.  Field trip, anyone?  Every year, we spend a day in San Francisco visiting sites that are of cultural, historical, and medical significance to LGBTQIA communities in order to learn about the rich history of these communities as well as the resources that are available to us and the people we serve.  Although the field trip is designed for health professionals, it is sure to be an educational and fun experience for anyone interested in learning more about LGBTQIA communities and he

Archaeology Exhibit~ From "Curios" to Ambassadors: Changing Roles of the Daggett Collection from Tribes of the Lower Klamath River

Join student curators to celebrate the opening of their new exhibit From “Curios” to Ambassadors: Changing Roles of the Daggett Collection from Tribes of the Lower Klamath River at the Stanford Archaeology Center on Thursday, June 4, 2015, beginning at 5:15 PM.

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