Time off for the pursuit of turkeys, the preparation and storage
of turkey leftovers, and the renunciation of turkey for the
rest of your life, or next Thanksgiving, whichever comes first.
Monday, November 26
AIDS in Africa: A Faith Response. An interactive
workshop. Keynote speaker is Ned Wallace, a medical missionary
to Swaziland. 9:30 a.m.-noon, Saal, Moravian Theological Seminary.
The controversial subject of racial biology will be the focus
of two lectures by bio-anthropologist Shomarka O. Y. Keita,
Ph.D. ( Oxford University) and M.D. (Harvard). He is a research
associate at the Field Museum in Chicago and a medical officer
for the District of Columbia.
His first talk, The Biocultural Origins
of Early Egypt, 4:30 p.m. November 28, discusses the
Afrocentrist theories of Martin Bernal (Black Athena) and
others that ancient Egypt floated on African, rather than
Greek or Middle Eastern, cultural currents.
The second, The Misrepresentation of
Human Variation: The Myth of Race, is at 7:30 p.m. November
29. Both are in Dana Lecture Hall, Collier Hall of Science.
break my staff, bury it certain fathoms in the earth: Damian
Long as Prospero in the National Shakespeare Company production
of The Tempest.
Whats past is prologue in The Tempest,
the elegiac romance that closed Shakespeares playwriting
career. The National Shakespeare Company, an educational touring
troupe, brings it to campus at 7:30 p.m. November 27, Foy
Concert Hall. Free to the Moravian community, $10 general