Nov. 8-21, 2002
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Voters say yes!
Tuition surcharge set at $385
Headlines @ U.Va.
University’s highest honor is given to Childress

Marva Barnett wins Zintl Award

Computer classes buck trend
Cures to diseases lie in cells and genes
Tackling cells’ mysteries
Medical Center, School of Medicine lay out play for the next decade
Virtual mind
Major projects status report
Water levels up, usage down
Ashbery reads Nov. 21
Anthropologist Maurice Godelier to give lectures
Artists show “Wizdumb”
Focus on budget crisis

Anthropologist Maurice Godelier to give lectures

The Page-Barbour and Richard lecture series presents anthropologist Maurice Godelier of the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. His lectures on Nov. 13, 14 and 18, “In and Out of the Western Tradition: The Delicate Balance of Social Anthropology,” will focus on three areas (right).

All lectures will be held in 147 Clark Hall at 6 p.m. and will be followed by a reception open to the public.

Nov. 13: For the Museum Public: Combining the Pleasures of Art and Knowledge

Nov. 14: To Make a Child: It Takes More Than a Man and a Woman — A Comparative Analysis of Theories of Procreation and Conception

Nov. 18: Breaking the Mirror of the Self: Is Social Anthropology Indissolubly Linked to the West, Its Birthplace?”


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