Datebook

Today

Patricia J. Williams, the “Mad Law Professor” of The Nation, speaks on racial inequality at 7:30 p.m. in Prosser Auditorium. Free. Ext. 7847.

Wednesday, January 26

Metropolitan Opera soprano Ruth Ann Swenson, the girl with the golden voice, sings selections from opera (Handel’s Semele, Bellini’s I Capuletti ed i Montecchi, Puccini’s La Bohème, and Meyerbeer’s Dinorah) and art song (Ponchielli, Ambroise Thomas, Rossini, Bizet, Verdi). 7:30 p.m., Foy Hall. $50. With champagne reception, $125. Ext. 1650.

Thursday, January 27

Ruth Ann Swenson gives an informal master class for Moravian music students. 11 a.m., Foy Hall. $10. Ext. 1650.

Also on Thursday, Jerald F. Dirks will speak on “Women in Islam.” A former Methodist minister with a from degree from Harvard Divinity School, he has been a practicing Muslim for nine years. He writes and teaches about the relationship between Christianity and Islam. He is the author of The Cross and the Crescent and Abraham: The Friend of God, as well as more than 150 articles on Arabian horses. 7:00 p.m., Dana Lecture Hall, Collier Hall of Science.

Monday, February 7

Leading off the spring semester of faculty research talks, Joel Nathan Rosen, assistant professor of sociology, discusses his current project, “Before Jackie Robinson: Race and the Sociology of Sports,” at 4:00 p.m., PPHAC 103.

January 25, 2005

Great Scot!:
Football coach Scot Dapp named president of American Football Coaches Assn.

Green Party:
Moravian wins Green Ribbon award from city of Bethlehem for recycling.

Coffee Cantata:
Reeves Library coffeehouse will hold a naming contest for itself.

High on the Staff:
McCall and Mirra award-winners for support staff.

Datebook:
Campus calendar.
Leading the Way:
Leadership Center students lead discussion about drama “12 Angry Men”; Leadership Center open house.
Gaudeamus:
Faculty/staff/student achievements.