University of Pittsburgh
October 23, 2013

University of Pittsburgh Calendar of Events, Nov. 3-9

The following events are open to the public.
Contact:  412-624-4147

CONCERTS
Frederick Hohman, international touring organist and recording artist draws from classical organ repertoire, 3 p.m. Nov. 3, Heinz Memorial Chapel, www.heinzchapel.pitt.edu 

University of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Roger Zahab leads the orchestra in music by Massenet, Wagner, and Grieg, 8 p.m. Nov. 6, Bellefield Hall Auditorium, Pitt Department of Music, www.music.pitt.edu 

Fiddlin' Slim, featuring fiddle, guitar, banjo, and mandolin, noon Nov. 8, Cup and Chaucer Café, ground floor of Hillman Library, Emerging Legends Concert Series, www.library.pitt.edu/emerging-legends 

EXHIBITIONS
Hillman Library, Pitt Football Through the Years, photography exhibition highlighting historic key moments and athletes, through Jan. 17, ground floor of Hillman Library, http://digital.library.pitt.edu/d/documentingpitt

BOOK DISCUSSIONS
Emily Raboteau, nonfiction author of The Professor’s Daughter and Searching for Zion: The Quest for Home in the African Diaspora, 8:30 p.m. Nov. 7, Frick Fine Arts Auditorium, Pittsburgh Contemporary Writers Series, http://pghwriterseries.wordpress.com 

THEATRE
Venus, the tale of The Venus Hottentot, the beautiful star of freak shows and the African Dancing Princess, thru Nov. 10, Studio Theatre, Cathedral of Learning, www.play.pitt.edu 

Machinal, when a young man rekindles Helen's lust for life, she does whatever it takes to free herself from her marriage, Nov. 6-10, Henry Heymann Theatre in the Stephen Foster Memorial Theatre, www.play.pitt.edu 

LECTURES
“Ramon Gómez de la Serna Papers,” Daniel Balderston, Mellon Professor of Modern Languages, Pitt Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures, 1 p.m. Nov. 4, Amy Knapp Room, Hillman Library, Center for Latin American Studies, Special Collections and Preservation at Hillman Library, www.ucis.pitt.edu/clas 

“Triunfar Sobre el Colonialismo, Sobrevivir al Exilio y Combatir la Dictadura,” Francisco Zamora Loboch, a poet, novelist, musician, essayist, and sports writer, 4:30 p.m. Nov. 4, Center for Latin American Studies, Department of Hispanic Languages & Literatures, www.ucis.pitt.edu/clas 

“Aristocratic Hunting, Neo-Feudalism, and Animal Intersubjectivities,” Marcy Norton, associate professor of history, the George Washington University, 5 p.m. Nov. 4, 602 Cathedral of Learning, Pitt Department of History, www.history.pitt.edu 

“The Battles After War: A Soldier’s Struggle with Mental Illness,” Bryan Adams, Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran and wounded warrior, 8 p.m. Nov. 4, William Pitt Union Ballroom, University of Pittsburgh chapter of Active Minds, www.veterans.pitt.edu 

“Chemoenzymatic Synthesis and Applications of Carbohydrates,” Xi Chen, professor of chemistry, University of California Davis, 2:30 p.m. Nov. 7, 150 Chevron Hall, Pitt Department of Chemistry, www.chem.pitt.edu 

“Advances in the Development of Multipolar and Density-Based Polarizable Force Fields,” G. Andres Cisneros, assistant professor of chemistry, Wayne State University, 4 p.m. Nov. 7, 150 Chevron Hall, Pitt Department of Chemistry, www.chem.pitt.edu 

“Race and Culture in the Family: Their Impact on Youth Outcomes of Asian American Adolescents,” Yoonsun Choi, associate professor of social work, University of Chicago, noon Nov. 8, 2017 Cathedral of Learning, Pitt School of Social Work, www.socialwork.pitt.edu 

“The City After Abandonment: Urban Policy After Neoliberalism,” Jason Hackworth, professor of geography and planning, University of Toronto, noon Nov. 8, 3343 Forbes Ave., Oakland, University of Pittsburgh Center for Social and Urban Research’s Urban and Regional Brown Bag Seminar, www.ucsur.pitt.edu 

“Women, Politics, and Power: A Global Perspective,” Melanie Hughes, Pitt associate professor of sociology, and Pamela Paxton, professor of sociology and government and the Christine and Stanley E. Adams, Jr. Centennial Professor in the Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin, 1 p.m. Nov. 8, 2432 Wesley W. Posvar Hall, The Pittsburgh Social Movements Forum, Pitt Department of Sociology, Women’s Studies, www.sociology.pitt.edu 

Written by Melissa Carlson

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