26 Fine Arts: Second Year Student Show; Upper Gallery, Meyerson Hall. Through November 15.
28 Recent Works of Larry Mitnick; Philadelphia-based architect and educator explores the relationship between narrative and architecture; Upper Gallery, Meyerson Hall. Through November 8.
24 I Never Called it Rape; Confidential Rape Survivors Support Group; 5:30 p.m.; six sessions; Penn Women's Center, 3643 Locust Walk; registration deadline: October 22; information/registration: 898-8611. Group meets through Dec. 12.
NOTE: The start date for the Confidential Rape Survivors Support Group has been changed to November 7. The registration deadline is November 5. The end date remains December 12.
31 Political Science Faculty/Undergraduate Reception; for those interested in discussing spring semester courses and other topics; 4:30-5:30 p.m.; Undergrad Lounge, Stitler Hall (Political Science).
31 Khorsandi and Samad; with Parviz Sayyad, Iranian playwright; performance in Persian; 8:30 p.m.; Annenberg School Theatre; $18, $15/with student ID; information: 885-1732.
23 Fighting to Become Americans: Jewish Women and Men in Conflict in the Twentieth Century, Riv-Ellen Prell, Univ. of Minnesota, 10 a.m.-noon; The Moroccan Jews and the Change in the Ethnic Problem, Yaron Tsur, Tel-Aviv University, 1-3 p.m.; fall seminar series: The Shaping of Modern Jewish Culture in Israel and America; Center for Judaic Studies, 420 Walnut St. (Ctr. for Judaic Studies). Weekly series continues through Dec. 4.
24 Patterning the Anteroposterior Axis in Frog and Fish Embryos; Hazel Sive, MIT; 3:30 p.m.; Leidy 109; (Biology).
Physics of Branched Growth; Thomas Halsey, Exxon Research & Engineering Co.; 4 p.m.; Room 105, LRSM (Physics).
Remembering World War II; The Story of a Jewish G.I .; Deborah Dash Moore, Vassar; respondent: Thomas Childers, history; Kutchin Seminar; 5 p.m.; Houston Hall Auditorium (Jewish Studies).
28 Intellectual and Cultural History; James Miller, New School for Social Research; Jerrold Seigel, NYU; Mellon Foundation Seminar;12-2:30 p.m.; Rm. 329A, 3401 Walnut St. (History).
Myosins of Cranio-facial Muscles; Joseph Hoh, Univ. of Sydney; 2 p.m.; Physiology Conference Rm., Richards Bldg. (Penna. Muscle Institute).
Regulation of Hormone Response Systems in the Brain by Afferent Input; Jeffrey Blaustein, UMass; 4 p.m.; B-26, Stitler Hall (Psychology).
Recent Work of Jack Diamond; talk by the internationally renowned architect & GSFA alum; 6 p.m.; Room B-1, Meyerson Hall (GSFA).
29 Coffee, Croissants and Christianity: Commentary on the Pauline Letters; faculty, staff and student discussion; 7:45-8:50 a.m.; Newman Center, 3720 Chestnut St. (Newman Center).
Signalling Mechanisms Associated with the Adaptation of Endothelium to a Changing Mechanical Environment ; Peter Davies, Institute for Medicine & Engineering; 4 p.m.; Physiology Conference Room, Richards Bldg. (Physiology).
Nocturnes; Susan Stewart, Temple; 4:30 p.m.; Room 23, Moore Bldg. (English).
30 Rites of Community: The Public Culture of American Jews, Arthur Goren, Columbia, 10 a.m.-noon; Holocaust Survivors and the Zionist Narrative in Israeli Cinema of the 1950s, Nurith Gertz, Tel-Aviv University, 1-3 p.m.; Center for Judaic Studies, 420 Walnut St. (Ctr. for Judaic Studies).
DNA Absorption on Cationic Membranes; Nily Dan, University of Delaware; 12 p.m.; LRSM Reading Room (Physics).
From Character Disorder to Conduct Disorder: Have We Lost Something in the Transition?; Joan Goodman, GSE; 12-1:30 p.m.; Room D-44, GSE (GSE).
31 Lords of the Fly: Drosophilia Genetics and the Experimental Life; Robert Kohler, history and sociology of science; 3:30 p.m.; Room 109, Leidy Labs (Biology).
Dynamics of the Liquid-Glass Transition; Herman Cummins, City College of NY; 4 p.m.; Room 105, LRSM (Physics).
Illustrated Talk on the Nature of Israeli Art; Amos Kenan, Israeli author, journalist and artist; 6 p.m.; Alumni Hall, Faculty Club (Hillel Foundation; Philadelphia's Consulate General of Israel).
Volume 43 Number 9
October 22, 1996
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