L&C Virtual Programming:  February 22 - March 5, 2021

Bookmark this webpage so you don't miss out on our latest line-up of opportunities that will keep you connected to the L&C community! In the coming weeks, keep an eye out for presentations by faculty and featured alumni, virtual wine tastings, cooking classes, and more! We hope you'll join us.

And, as a reminder, the Parents and Families website is a great resource for announcements and campus information.

Monday - Sunday, March 1 - 7 

56th Annual International Fair 

March Around the World

 Let us introduce you to the many cultures and nationalities that are represented at Lewis & Clark College. While the fair will look a little different this year, you can still enjoy an array of meaningful events and fun-filled performances from across the world. Daily virtual events are scheduled from March 1st - 7th.

For more information, visit this page.



Wednesday, March 3 at 5:00 p.m. (PST)

Faculty Lecture Series: Featuring Associate Professor Maryann Bylander

From Poverty Panacea to Credit Crisis: The Impacts of Microfinance
Expansion in Southeast Asia

Join Associate Professor of Sociology Maryann Bylander for an exploration of microcredit in Cambodia—one of the most microfinance-saturated countries in the world. Drawing on over a decade of mixed-methods research in Cambodia, Professor Bylander will explore the rise of microcredit, its transformation from a social to a commercial project, and the growing concerns of over-indebtedness, distress migration, and land dispossession that have arisen alongside.

For more information and to register, visit this page.

Thursday, March 4 at 8:00 a.m. (PST)

 23rd Annual Environmental Affairs Symposium:
Conservation Conversations

Narrative 4 International Artists Network Panel

In partnership with Narrative 4, a global organization that promotes radical empathy via story exchange, participants will have the opportunity to learn from artists around the world who support their cause.

For more information, visit this page.


Wednesday - Friday, March 10 - 12

 40th Annual Gender Studies Symposium 

Lack & Absence

The 40th Annual Gender Studies Symposium will focus on questions of absence and lack, exploring the theoretical, political, and interpersonal dimensions of these questions in terms of gender and sexuality. We invite participants to consider who or what is overlooked, hidden, excluded, silenced, or invisible, as well as what it might mean to uncover, include, illuminate, amplify, or recuperate what has been absent or lacking.

For more information and to register, visit this page.

Friday, March 12 at 7:30 p.m. (PST)

 Opening Night!
Fir Acres Theatre Presents

The Secretaries

The Fir Acres spring production is a campy extravaganza of Slim Fast chugging murderess secretaries at the Cooney Lumber Mill in Big Bone, Oregon. A new girl joins the steno pool. She’s pretty and good at everything she puts her mind to, but how far will she go to fit into this click, or is it a cult? Once a month a lumberjack mysteriously disappears, and a secretary ends up wearing his jacket. This campy horror-comedy is a feminist contemplation on internalized homophobia and sexism.

This show runs through March 19th.

For showtimes and more information, visit this page.

 
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