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Sunday 1/5-
Monday 1/6-
Wednesday 1/8
Thursday 1/9 Friday 1/10 Saturday 1/11
Sunday 1/5

Lectures/Symposia

Gallery of Readers Heidi Ehrenreich and Miriam Cody will read from their work. Sponsor: American studies. 4 p.m., Wright Common Room*

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Monday 1/6-Wednesday 1/8

No events scheduled

Meetings/Workshops

Meeting to discuss how the changes in employment categories may impact you. Come hear how these changes can help in recruiting and retaining staff, and influence budgets and department planning. A raffle for a $5 gift certificate will follow the discussion. 2-3 p.m., Neilson Browsing Room
No events scheduled Performing Arts/Films

Film Dr. Strangelove (1964). Introduced by Steve Waksman. Part of the series leading to the conference “Homeland Insecurity: Civil Liberties, Repression, and Citizenship in the 1950s,” which takes place January 23-26 (see box this page, or consult www.smith.edu/civlib). 2 p.m., Academy of Music*

Film The Manchurian Candidate(1962). Introduced by Steve Waksman. Part of the series leading to the conference “Homeland Insecurity: Civil Liberties, Repression, and Citizenship in the 1950s,” which takes place January 23-26 (see box). 4 p.m., Academy of Music*

Other Events/Activities

Swimming and Diving vs. Wellesley. 1 p.m., Dalton Pool*
Sunday 1/12-
Monday 1/13
Tuesday 1/14 Wednesday 1/15
Thursday 1/16-
Friday 1/17
Sunday, 1/12

No events scheduled

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Monday, 1/13

Other Events/Activities

Basketball vs. Amherst. 7 p.m., Ainsworth Gym*

Lectures/Symposia

Presentation Mary Clare Higgins, mayor of Northampton, will discuss the state of the city, including financial and educational issues. Faculty, staff and students are urged to attend. 2 p.m., Wright Auditorium

Meetings/Workshops

CDO workshop “Acing Your Interview.” 1:30 p.m., CDO, Drew
Meetings/Workshops

CDO workshop “Effective Résumés and Cover Letters.” 1:30 p.m., CDO, Drew

Other Events/Activities

Swimming and Diving vs. Springfield. 1 p.m., Dalton Pool*
Thursday, 1/16

Meetings/Workshops

CDO workshop “Job Search for Seniors.” 1:30 p.m., CDO, Drew

Other Events/Activities

Basketball vs. Williams. 7 p.m., Ainsworth Gym*

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Friday, 1/17

No events scheduled

Saturday 1/18 Sunday 1/19 Monday 1/20 Tuesday 1/21
Performing Arts/Films

Film Rope (1948). Introduced by Alexandra Keller. Part of the series leading to the conference “Homeland Insecurity: Civil Liberties, Repression, and Citizenship in the 1950s,” which takes place January 23-26 (see box this page, or consult www.smith.edu/civlib).
2 p.m., Academy of Music*

Film Pillow Talk (1959). Introduced by Alexandra Keller. Part of the series leading to the conference “Homeland Insecurity: Civil Liberties, Repression, and Citizenship in the 1950s,” which takes place January 23-26 (see box this page). 4 p.m., Academy of Music*

Other Events/Activities

Skiing Smith/UMass carnival. 10 a.m., Berkshire East*

Squash vs. Wellesley. 1 p.m., Ainsworth Squash Court*
Other Events/Activities

Skiing Smith/UMass carnival. 10 a.m., Berkshire East*
No events scheduled Meetings/Workshops

CDO workshop “Job Search for Seniors.” 11 a.m., CDO, Drew

Praxis information session 1:30 p.m., CDO, Drew

CDO workshop “Making the Most of Your Smith Connections.” 3 p.m., CDO, Drew
Wednesday 1/22 Thursday 1/23 Friday 1/24 Saturday 1/25
Performing Arts/Films

Video “Private College, Public Conscience.” Showing of the Carol Christ inauguration alumnae panel, featuring Gloria Steinem ’56, feminist activist; Molly Ivins ’66, syndicated columnist; Katrina Gardner ’00, Peace Corps volunteer; Linda Smith Charles ’74, Ford Foundation staff member; Julia Erickson ’80, director of City Harvest, one of the country’s largest organizations distribu-ting food to the poor and homeless; and Shirley Sagawa ’83, former White House staffer. 4 p.m., Wright Auditorium*

Meetings/Workshops

CDO workshop “How to Find an Internship or Summer Job.” 11 a.m., CDO, Drew

CDO workshop “Finding Work that Works for You.” 1:30-3:30 p.m., CDO, Drew
Lectures/Symposia

Conference “Homeland Insecurity: Civil Liberties, Repression, and Citizenship in the 1950s.” See last two columns for details.

Meetings/Workshops

CDO workshop “Effective Résumés and Cover Letters.” 11 a.m., CDO, Drew

CDO workshop “Acing Your Interview.” 1:30 p.m., CDO, Drew
Lectures/Symposia

Conference “Homeland Insecurity: Civil Liberties, Repression, and Citizenship in the 1950s.” See last two columns for details.
Lectures/Symposia

Conference “Homeland Insecurity: Civil Liberties, Repression, and Citizenship in the 1950s.” See last two columns for details.

Other Events/Activities

Squash Seven Sisters. 9:30 a.m., Ainsworth Squash Court*
Sunday 1/26 Exhibitions Homeland Insecurity Conference Homeland Insecurity Conference
Lectures/Symposia

Conference “Homeland Insecurity: Civil Liberties, Repression, and Citizenship in the 1950s.” See last two columns for details.

Gallery of Readers Carolyn Kindahl and John Corbett will read from their work. Sponsor: American studies. 4 p.m., Wright Common Room*

Other Events/Activities

Squash Seven Sisters. 9:30 a.m., Ainsworth Squash Court*
Other Europes/Europe’s Others multimedia exhibition featuring textile and video works by Clio Padovani and Paul Whittaker. Sponsored by the Kahn Institute. Through January 15. Third Floor, Neilson Library

Homeland Insecurity: Civil Liberties, Repres-sion and Citizenship in the 1950s. An exhibit of papers belonging to the late Newton Arvin, a former Smith College professor, and the sub-ject of the award-winning book The Scarlet Pro-fessor: Newton Arvin, A Literary Life Shattered by Scandal, by Northampton writer Barry Werth. In conjunction with the conference “Homeland Insecurity: Civil Liberties, Repression, and Citizenship in the 1950s.” Through January. Hours: daily, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Morgan Gallery, First Floor, Neilson Library

Plant Spirals: Beauty You Can Count On Through March. Church Exhibition Gallery, Botanic Garden

Fabrics and Quilts in the Mortimer Rare Book Room An exhibition of books and broadsides featuring fabrics, paper and quilt designs. Through December 20. Mortimer Rare Book Room Foyer, third floor, Neilson Library*

Rare Silk, Rare Books An exhibition of books and manuscripts about silk and other textiles from the Mortimer Rare Book Room. Through December 20. Book Arts Gallery, third floor, Neilson*

An Experiment in Feminist Education: The Women’s School of Planning and Architec-ture, 1975-81 Photo-graphs, course materials, correspondence and memorabilia from a groundbreaking alter-native school for women in environmental design. Through December. Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. (Wednes-days till 9 p.m.). Sponsor: Sophia Smith Collection. Sophia Smith Collection and College Archives, Alumnae Gymnasium*
Thursday, January 23

Opening remarks “Newton Arvin’s Scholarly Legacy.” Participants: Sam Otter, English, University of California, Berkeley; Robert K. Martin, English, Université de Montréal; Marjorie Hess, Northampton Human Rights Commission. 4:30-6 p.m.

“Naming Names” Welcome from President Carol T. Christ; film interviews with Joel Dorius, Ned Spofford and Daniel Aaron; and remarks from Werth.
Keynote address: “The Trials of Bayard Rustin.” John D’Emilio, gender and women’s studies, University of Illinois at Chicago. Concluding remarks by Susan Bourque, provost. Reception follows at the Sophia Smith Collection Archives. 7:30 p.m.
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Friday, January 24

Panel “Insecurities: The National Context.” Mark Lendler, government, moderator; Stacy Braukman, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study; Robert Korstad, public policy studies and history, Duke University; Mae Ngai, history, University of Chicago. 10 a.m.-noon

Panel “The Chilling Effect of the Cold War: The Limits of Resistance.” John Davis, Alice Pratt Brown Professor of Art, moderator; Shane Landrum ’98, independent scholar; Jacquelyn Hall, history, University of North Carolina; Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy, women’s studies, University of Arizona. 2-4 p.m.

Video statement by Joel Dorius “Opening Closet Doors.” 4:30-5:30 p.m., Wright Hall Common Room

Film Shane (1953). Introduction by Alexandra Keller, film studies. 8 p.m.

Saturday, January 25

Panel “Popular Culture: Projecting Insecurities.” Susan Van Dyne, women’s studies, moderator; Robert Corber, lesbian and gay studies, Trinity College; David Halperin, English and women’s studies, University of Michigan; Andrea Friedman, history and women and gender studies, Washington University. 10 a.m.-noon

Panel “The Cops at the Door: Surveillance, Repression and Resistance.” Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz, Sylvia D. Bauman Professor of American Studies, moderator; Ellen Schrecker, history, Yeshiva University; Francis Couvares, history and American studies, Amherst College; Gerald Horne, African and Afro-American studies, University of North Carolina. 2-4 p.m.

Final comments by Lauren Berlant, English and gender studies, University of Chicago. 4:30-5:30 p.m.

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Sunday, January 26

Discussion “Public Art.” A conversation with Jenny Holzer, artist, and Henri Cole, poet-in-residence at Smith. 4:30 p.m.


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