film Rosetta scheduled for February 13, has been canceled
due to the poor condition of the print. See FILMS, below, for
and Jeannette; (French w/English subtitles) Robert Guédiguian,
director; 8:30 p.m.; Hopkinson Hall, International House; $5 tickets
available one hour before showing (French Institute; International
Refinancing; discuss options to finance your rehab/repair
projects; 10 a.m.-noon; University City District; registration:
(215) 243-0555 ext. 229 or www.Ucityphila.org ; $10/$5
UCHS members/UCD contributors (University City District).
Number 6 Fumbles; Rachel Solar-Tuttle, author, discussions
and signing, Penn grad and law school grad.; noon; Penn Bookstore.
The Broke Diaries; author, Angela Nissel; noon-2
p.m.; HUP Cafeteria.
A Silver Tongue; Marlene Taylor, author, discussion and
signing, Penn alumna; noon; Penn Bookstore.
Prop; Mat Johnson, author, discussion and signing; noon; Penn
Past and Contemporary Relevance of Folk and Fairy Tales; Jack
Zipes, University of Minnesota ; 3-5 p.m.; rm. 17, Logan Hall
(Graduate Program Folklore and Folklife; Center for Folklore and
Ethnography; German Languages and Literature).
in Black America; Bernett Johnson, Chief Medical Officer,
HUP; 1 p.m.; Reunion Hall, HUP; open to School of Medicine faculty
and students (Mossell Lecture).
Transgressing Boundaries, Real and Imagined: Liminal Space
and the Marabout Shrines of Figuig; Michelle Rein, Ph.D. candidate;
3:30 p.m.; Rich Seminar Room, Jaffe Bldg. (History of Art).
African Presence in Latin America and its Cultures; Evalyne
Laurent-Parrault, Haverford College; noon-2 p.m.; Fireside Lounge,
ARCH (La Casa Latina; African-American Resource Center).
The deadline for the weekly Update is each Monday for the following
week's issue. The deadline for the March At Penn calendar
is February 12. See www.upenn.edu/almanac/calendar/caldead.html