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A new month, and lots of events at Davidson College

The Kontras Quartet performs march 18

The Kontras Quartet performs in the Concert Series March 18.

Davidson Events bugDavidson College’s calendar in March is a full one, from next week’s Alumni College to lectures to art exhibit openings. A variety of conferences are scheduled – one on reformed theology and ethics, another on music, the annual Women’s Leadership Conference, one on new media, and a Latin American Studies conference on the region’s colonial history. Music this month includes an Organ at Davidson concert and an appearance by the Kontras Quartet. (Oh, and next week is Spring Break, when most students will be off campus.) Read on for a full listing of public events this month.

SUNDAY, MARCH 4 to WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7

Alumni College – Davidson College invites alumni and friends of the college to enjoy four days on campus exploring with Davidson faculty members the roles media and technology have historically played in moving citizens to take social action and responsibility. Cost is $450 per person, or $850 for a couple. For information contact 704-894-2450 or emailbetaylor@davidson.edu.

TUESDAY, MARCH 6

Opera Preview – Davidson College invites the public to a discussion of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin on Tuesday evening, March 6. Bass-baritone Dan Boye, department chair and professor of physics, will lead the discussion as a preview of Opera Carolina’s upcoming production. There is no charge to attend the talk, which begins at 7 p.m. in Tyler-Tallman Hall of the Sloan Music Center. For more information call 877-333-8990.

MONDAY, MARCH 12

Ethics Discussion – Davidson College invites the public to an ethics discussion by Dr. Paul Mueller on Monday evening, March 12. Mueller, chair of general internal medicine at the Mayo Clinic, will discuss “ Ethical Aspects of Withholding and Withdrawing Life-Extending Technologies.” There is no charge to attend the discussion, which begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Alvarez College Union Smith 900 Room. For more information call 704-894-2095.

MONDAY, MARCH 12, to WEDNESDAY, March 14

Theology Conference – Davidson College invites the public on Monday, March 12 through Wednesday, March 14 to a conference on reformed theology and ethics titled “Reformed Perspectives on Education.” The event will include the lectures “Knowing What We Don’t Know” by Richard Boyce, associate professor of preaching and pastoral leadership at Union Presbyterian Seminary, “Transforming Congregational Education: Engaging Reformed Faith through Liberal Learning” by Rebecca Davis, assistant professor of religion at Presbyterian College, “Would John Calvin Go to Davidson College?” by Doug Ottati, Davidson College Professor of Reformed Theology, and “Could Jesus Get Tenure? His Style of Teaching” by Allen Verhey, professor of Christian ethics at Duke Divinity School. All lectures are free. Fellowship dinners on March 12 and 13 are $20. For a full schedule and more information call 704-894-2321 or email memcalpine@davidson.edu.

TUESDAY, MARCH 13

Archeology Lecture – Davidson College invites the public on Tuesday evening, March 13, to an archeology lecture by David Moore of Warren Wilson College.Moore will present a talk titled “Exploring Joara: Native American Chiefs and Spanish Armies in the 16th Century North Carolina Piedmont.” The lecture will explore excavations of artifacts near Morganton, N.C. There is no charge to attend the talk, which begins at 7:30 p.m. in Seamans Lecture Hall of the Belk Visual Arts Center. For more information call 704-894-2270, or email pekrentz@davidson.edu.

Edward Hirsch

Edward Hirsch

Conarroe Lecture: Edward Hirsch – 8 p.m., Duke Family Performance Hall – Award-winning poet Edward Hirsch, a MacArthur Fellow and president of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, will present the college’s annual Conarroe Lecture. His presentation “Reading Poetry, Poetry Reading” will focus on ideas discussed in his bestseller How to Read a Poem and Fall in Love with Poetry. Hirsch will discuss the particular nature of reading poetry — how it works, what it entails, and the intimacy it establishes through language. Hirsch will also read some of his own works, including poems from his book The Living Fire: New and Selected Poems. The event is free and open to the public. For more information call 704-894-2446 or e-mail njeolson@davidson.edu.

Art Exhibitions – Davidson College invites the public to view art exhibitions by senior class studio art majors Taylor Thomas, Sara Claire Chambless, Rachel Means, Lauren Kamperman, Brendan Schamu, and Cristina Casal. The artists will exhibit their work for a week at a time in the Smith Gallery of the Belk Visual Arts Center beginning March 13 and ending May 4. The gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, and noon to 4 p.m. on weekends. For information call 704-894-2575.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14

Smith Lecture – Davidson College invites the public on Wednesday evening, March 14, to the Smith Lecture by Columbia University Professor of Chemistry Ronald Breslow. Breslow will present a talk titled “Discovery of a New Class of FDA- Approved Anticancer Drugs.” There is no charge to attend the lecture, which begins at 8 p.m. in the Lilly Family Gallery of Chambers Building. For information call 704-894-2627, or email semckeever@davidson.edu.

The Artist Nathaniel Rogers Art Opening – Davidson College invites the public to the opening of an exhibition of oil paintings by Nathaniel Rogers on Wednesday evening, March 14, in the Van Every Gallery of the Belk Visual Arts Center. Rogers, a 2002 graduate of Davidson, holds an M.F.A. from the Maryland Institute College of Art. He will present an artist’s talk about the exhibition at 7:30 p.m. There is no charge to attend the opening or the exhibition, which may be viewed through April 18 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, and noon to 4 p.m. on weekends. For information call 704-894-2575.

THURSDAY, MARCH 15

Environmental Studies Lecture – Davidson College invites the public to a talk on Thursday evening, March 15, by University of Washington Professor of Geomorphology and MacArthur “Genius Grant” recipient Dave Montgomery. Montgomery will present a lecture based on his recent book Dirt: The Erosion of Civilizations. The talk will explore how the soil has shaped us, and how we have shaped the soil. There is no charge to attend the talk,which begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Sprinkle Room of the Alvarez College Union. For more information call 704-894-2096, or email bgjohnson@davidson.edu.

Chemistry Colloquium – Davidson College invites the public on Thursday, March 15, to a chemistry lecture by Columbia University chemist Ronald Breslow. Breslow this year’s Smith Lecturer at the college, will present a colloquium on “The Origin of Homochirality in Amino Acids and Sugars on Prebiotic Earth. There is no charge to attend the talk, which begins at 11 a.m. in room B25 of Martin Chemistry Building. Refreshments will be served at 10:45 a.m. For information call 704-894-2307 or email kafilar@davidson.edu.

Music Conference – Davidson College invites the public to a music conference on Thursday evening, March 15. Musicologists from around the country will gather to present four scholarly papers: “Hip Hop and Local Histories,” “Sacred Tunebooks,” “Spirituality in Celluloid” and “Negotiating Nationalism in the Nineteenth Century.” The conference will be held between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. in various campus locations. For more information call 704-894-2850, or email nelerner@davidson.edu.

FRIDAY, MARCH 16, to SATURDAY, MARCH 17

Women’s Leadership Conference – Davidson College invites the public to the fourth annual Women’s Leadership Conference on Friday, March 16 through Saturday, March 17. The conference will explore the theme “Our Voices in Action” through speakers, break-out sessions, and intergenerational dialogue. The featured speaker will be Lynn E. Usdan, corporate senior vice president, general counsel and secretary of Donna Karan International. The closing speaker will be Carole Weinstein. The event will begin with an opening dinner and conversation March 16 at 6 p.m. in the Lilly Family Gallery. The cost is $30 for community members and $15 for students. For reservations and more information email wlc@davidson.edu. See also our Feb. 28 article, “Women’s Leadership Conference returns March 16-17″

FRIDAY, MARCH 16

Mathematics Demonstration – Davidson College invites the public to a mathematics lecture and demonstration on Friday evening, March 16, by Arthur Benjamin, professor of mathematics at Harvey Mudd College. Benjamin will speak about “ Secrets of Mental Math,” and the demonstration will teach feats of the mind such as adding and multiplying numbers faster than a calculator, memorizing 100 digits of pi, and figuring out the day of the week of any date in history. Benjamin has presented his math and magic mixture to audiences worldwide. There is no charge to attend the event, which begins 7 p.m. in Duke Family Performance Hall. For information call 704-894-2838, or email tichartier@davison.edu.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 16-17

Latin American Studies Conference – Davidson College invites the public on Friday and Saturday, March 16 and 17, to attend The TePaske Seminar in Colonial Latin America History. The conference will feature eight presentations by historians from throughout the South. There is no charge to attend the event, which will be held in the Alvarez College Union Sprinkle Room. To register, or get more information, Call 704-894-2878 or email jamangan@davidson.edu.

SATURDAY, MARCH 17

Terry Fox Run and Celebration – Davidson College invites the public to walk or run 2.25 miles in Davidson College’s first-ever Terry Fox Run on Saturday afternoon, March 17. There is no entry fee but participants are encouraged to donate money and/or get pledges to support cancer research. The race honors Terry Fox, who had bone cancer that led to amputation of a leg at age 18. Fox began running marathons to raise money for research, and Terry Fox runs are now held in 60 countries worldwide. Following the run Davidson students will host a cookout and a performance by Nick Evans, lead singer of The Culprits. The run will begin at 1 p.m. on Davidson’s Patterson Court Lawn. For more information email bemurray@davidson.edu, and RSVP if you plan to participate.

SUNDAY, MARCH 18

Human Rights Lecture – Davidson College invites the public to a human rights lecture on Sunday evening, March 18, by Pamela Fitzpatrick, regional coordinator for Witness for Peace, and photographer Paul Dix. Fitzpatrick and Dix will present a talk titled “Nicaragua Photo Testimony: Surviving the Legacy of U.S. Policy.” The presenters will discuss the ongoing impact of U.S. policy on the lives of ordinary Nicaraguans as documented in their recently-published book, Nicaragua: Surviving the Legacy of US Policy. There is no charge to attend the lecture, which begins at 8 p.m. in the Sprinkle Room of the Alvarez College Union. For more information call 704-894-2423, or email rospach@davidson.edu.

Kontras Quartet in concert – Davidson College invites the public to a Concert Series performance by the Kontras Quartet on Sunday afternoon, March 7. The members of this vibrant string quartet met as principals of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago. Violinists Dmitri Pogorelov and Francois Henkins, violist Ai Ishida and cellist Jean Hatmaker come from different parts of the world and combine their talents in a unique chamber music sound. The performance begins at 3 p.m. in Tyler-Tallman Hall of the Sloan Music Center. Tickets are $5 to $12 and can be purchased at the Union ticket office weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., by phone at 704-894-2135, or online any time at www.davidson.edu/tickets. For more information call 704-894-2848.

TUESDAY, MARCH 20

Organ at Davidson – Davidson College invites the public to an organ performance on Tuesday evening, March 20, by four organists from the Davidson and Charlotte area. The organists will present “Bach’s Birthday Bash,” a program of music by J.S. Bach, his sons and his students. The audience will be invited to guess which pieces are by Bach. There is no charge to attend the concert, although donations will be accepted. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. in Davidson College Presbyterian Church. A reception will follow. For information call 704-892-5641.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21

Chidsey Leadership Lecture – Davidson College invites the public to the annual Chidsey Leadership Lecture on Wednesday evening, March 21, by Jeanne Middleton-Hairston, national director of the Children’s Defense Fund Freedom Schools program. Middleton-Harrison will present, “Never as Hot as It Was in the Summer of ‘64.” She will discuss the role of leadership in the creation of Freedom Schools in Mississippi, and their role in promoting positive racial identity and equity. There is no charge to attend the lecture, which begins at 7 p.m. in the Alvarez College Union Smith 900 Room. For more information call704-894-2122.

THURSDAY, MARCH 22

Edward Glaeser

Edward Glaeser

Cornelson Economics Lecture – Davidson College invites the public to a lecture about the economics of cities by Harvard University professor Edward Glaeser. Glaeser writes on urban issues such as the growth of cities, segregation, crime, and housing markets. He is particularly interested in the role that geographic proximity can play in creating knowledge and innovation. He will deliver the college’s annual Cornelson Lecture beginning at 8 p.m. in Tyler-Tallman Hall of the Sloan Music Center. There is no charge to attend, but seating is limited. For more information call 704-894-2398 or email ancraig@davidson.edu.

Literary Awards – Davidson College invites the public to a literary awards ceremony on Thursday evening, March 22. Heidi Julavits, professor in the M.F.A. Program at Columbia University, will read from her work and announce winners of the Charles E. Lloyd and R. Windley Hall student writing awards. Julavits has written four novels, received a Guggenheim Fellowship, and been a two-time finalist for a National Magazine Award. Her short fiction pieces have appeared in Esquire, Vogue, The New York Times and other leading publications. There is no charge to attend the event, which begins at 7:30 in the Alvarez College Union Smith 900 Room. For more information call 704-894-2472 or email narandazzo@davidson.edu.

FRIDAY, MARCH 23

Musical Interludes – Davidson College invites the public to a performance by pianist Lauren Jackson Coplan on Friday afternoon, March 23. Coplan will perform works by Liszt, Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Rachmaninoff and Ginastera. There is no charge to attend the performance, which begins at 12:30 p.m. in Tyler-Tallman Hall of the Sloan Music Center. For more information call 704-894-2848.

SATURDAY, MARCH 24

Piano Studio Recital – Davidson College invites the public to a piano recital on Saturday afternoon, March 24. Students of Davidson Artist Associates in piano Ruskin Cooper and Cynthia Lawing will perform. There is no charge to attend the recital, which begins at 3 p.m. in Tyler-Tallman Hall of the Sloan Music Center. For more information call 704-894-2848.

Jill Abramson

Jill Abramson

Media Studies Lecture – Davidson College invites the public to a media studies lecture on Saturday afternoon, March 24, by Jill Abramson, executive editor of The New York Times. Abramson will present an inside look on how the paper seeks to provide in-depth coverage of both domestic and international issues, and the impact of new media technologies on its global reach. There is no charge to attend the lecture, which begins at 1 p.m. in the Alvarez College Union Smith 900 Room. (See Laurels for details).

Bank of America Conference – Davidson College invites the public to the annual Bank of America Conference on Saturday afternoon, March 24. Panelists and poster sessions will consider the subject “Global Exchange and Local Change,” focusing on how new media technologies have fundamentally changed our ability to connect globally and act locally. There is no charge to attend the conference, which will be held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in various locations throughout the Alvarez College Union. For more information call 704-894-2440.

SUNDAY, MARCH 25

Liederabend concert – Davidson College invites the public to a vocal performance on Sunday evening, March 25. This evening of song features vocal students of Artist Associates in voice Diane Thorton and Jacquelyn Culpepper. There is no cost to attend the performance, which begins at 7:30 p.m. in Tyler-Tallman Hall of the Sloan Music Center. For more information call 704-894-2848.

MONDAY, MARCH 26

‘Take Back the Night’ – Davidson College invites the public on Monday evening, March 26, to the “Take Back the Night” event hosted by First Responder students. The event focuses on sexual assault awareness, and guests will gather to listen and/or share their stories of sexual assault and rape. There is no charge to attend the event, which begins at 7 p.m. in theAlvarez College Union Smith 900 Room. For more information email jebarrick@davidson.edu.

TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27-28

Theology Lecture – Davidson College invites the public to hear Theologian John Dominic Crossan present the college’s annual Otts-Maloney Lectures on the evenings of Tuesday, March 27, and Wednesday, March 28. Crossan will discuss the historical lives of Jesus and Paul. The lecture will take place both evenings at 7:30 p.m. in the Lilly Family Gallery of Chambers Building, andthere is no charge to attend. In 2009 Crossan published The Greatest Prayer: Rediscovering the Revolutionary Message of theLord’s Prayer. He is now publishing The Power of Parable: How Fiction by Jesus became Fiction about Jesus. For information call 704-894-2321 or email memcalpine@davidson.edu.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28

Interdisciplinary Studies Series – Davidson College invites the public on Wednesday afternoon, March 28, to a panel discussion of “Time & Consciousness,” as part of the “Time & . . .” multi-disciplinary series. Panelists include Davidson faculty members Cole Barton, Irwin Goldstein and Angela Willis. There is no charge to attend the discussion, which begins at 4:30 p.m. in the Carolina Inn. For more information call 704-894-2385, or email viheitman@davidson.edu.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28 to SUNDAY, APRIL 1

Theater Performance – Davidson College invites the public to a performance of “In The Blood” by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks Wednesday, March 28,through Sunday, April 1. A modern-day spin on The Scarlet Letter, the play focuses on a single mother struggling to provide humane living circumstances for her five fatherless children amidst inner city poverty and prejudice. The play contains graphic sexual content and language, and is recommended for ages 17 and up. All performances will be in the Duke Family Performance Hall of the Knobloch Campus Center. March 28-29 performances begin at 7:30 p.m., March 30-31 at 8 p.m. and April 1 at 6:30 p.m. General admission is $15, $11 for seniors, $9 ty/staff, and $6 students. Tickets can be purchased weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Alvarez College Union ticket office in person or by phone at 704-894-2135, or online any time at www.davidson.edu/tickets. For more information email cavanhallgren@davidson.edu. Playwright Suzan-Lori Parks will also present two free lectures on April 3.Call 704-894-2930 for information.

THURSDAY, MARCH 29

Art history professor Shaw Smith talks to visitors about Magdalena Abakanowicz's "The Group of 10" during a January exhibit opening. The sculpture will be dedicatd in the college sculpture garden. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)

Art history professor Shaw Smith talks to visitors about Magdalena Abakanowicz's "The Group of Ten" during a January exhibit opening. The sculpture will be dedicated in the college sculpture garden March 29. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)

Sculpture Dedication – Davidson College invites the public on Thursday afternoon, March 29, to the dedication of a new outdoor sculpture on the Davidson campus. The piece, “Group of Ten” was created by renowned Polish artist Magdelena Abakanowicz. The ceremony will include remarks by President Carol Quillen and a musical performance. There is no charge to attend the event, which begins at 4:30 p.m. at the northwest corner of the E.H. Little Library lawn. For more information call 704-894-2575.

Biology Lecture – Davidson College invites the public to a biology lecture on Thursday morning, March 29, by Jeff Lovich, a research ecologist with the U.S. Geological Survey. Lovich will speak about “Terrestrial Wildlife Conservation and Renewable Energy Development in the Desert Southwest United States.” The talk will consider the impact of renewable energy facilities on biodiversity in the Southwest. There is no charge to attend the talk, which will begin at 11 a.m. in room 146 of the Dana Science Building. For more information call 704-894-2184, or email midorcas@davidson.edu.

Film Studies Lecture – Davidson College invites the public to a film studies lecture on Thursday evening, March 29, by Davidson alumnus Peter Bonandella ’66, professor emeritus of Italian and film studies at Indiana University. Bonandella will present “Fellini and Fantasy,” and the talk will cover Fellini’s sources of artistic inspiration, his work as a cartoonist, his erotic drawings, and his dream notebooks. There is no charge to attend the talk,which begins at 7:30 pm in Seaman’s Lecture Hall of the Belk Visual Arts Center. For information call 704-894-2266, or email mamccarthy@davidson.edu.

Political Science Lecture – Davidson College invites the public to a political science lecture on Thursday evening, March 29, by Akram Khater, associate professor of Middle Eastern history at North Carolina State University. Khater will present “The Arab Spring: Causes and Effects.” She will discuss the causes of the Arab Spring, and consider its effects on the region. There is no charge to attend the talk, which begins at 7 p.m. in Hance Auditorium of Chambers Building. For more information email leadkins@davidson.edu.

FRIDAY, MARCH 30

Chemistry Colloquium – Davidson College invites the public to a chemistry colloquium on Friday afternoon, March 30, presented by Dean Hesterberg, professor of chemistry at North Carolina State University. The colloquium is titled “Molecular Environmental Soil Science: Making Sense out of Complex Heterogeneous Systems.” There is no charge to attend the colloquium, which begins at 2:30 p.m. in room B25 of the Martin Chemistry building. Refreshments will be served at 2 p.m. in the Martin lobby. For information call 704-894-2307 or email kafilar@davidson.edu.

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