Feb. 3, 10, & 17. A series of 3 weekly talks by U-M faculty on the fundamentals of this field.
Feb. 3: Michigan Medicine pediatric plastic surgeon Christian Vercler on "History of Clinical Ethics and Ethics" and "Epidemics and Clinical Ethics in the Time of Crisis."
Feb. 10: Michigan Medicine geriatric and pediatrics professor Adam Marks on "Ethics at the End of Life: Principles and Case Discussions" and "The Interplay Between Medical Ethics and Evolving Medical Science."
Feb. 17: U-M obstetrics and gynecology professor Edward Goldman on "Key Legal Cases in Medical Ethics" and "Ethics of Human Research."
For URL email OLLI.firstname.lastname@example.org. $35 per lecture (for 3-lecture series, $50); for members, $10 per lecture and $25 for series; $25 annual membership fee. 998-9351.
Every Mon., Wed., & Fri. All ages invited to follow basic prerecorded movements. No equipment necessary. Tai Chi (noon-12:30 p.m.) and "Walking off the Pounds," walking in place (12:30-1 p.m.).
Various times, for online meeting URL email email@example.com or call 998-9353. Free.
Feb. 14-24. Performance by these world-renowned recitalists who perform together frequently, prerecorded in Ehnes' home. Florida-based Canadian violinist Ehnes, a former protégé of Francis Chaplin, won a 2019 Grammy for best classical instrumental solo for his live recording of Aaron Jay Kernis's violin Concerto with the Seattle Symphony and Ludovic Morlot. American pianist Weiss, named Classical Recording Foundation's Young Artist of 2010, performs regularly with some of the country's most prominent symphony orchestras. Program: Schubert's Sonatina in G minor and Saint-SaŽns' Sonata no. 1.
Available from 4 p.m. Feb. 14 through Feb. 24, online at bit.ly
Feb. 14-21. Performance by The Four Nations Ensemble, a New York-based early-music ensemble, led by harpsichordist Andrew Appel, that plays on period instruments. Program: Giuseppe Tartini's Sonata in G minor, Louis-Nicolas Clérambault's Medea cantata, Vivaldi's Sonata for cello and continuo, and a selection of love songs by Barbara Strozzi and Henry Purcell.
Available from 8 p.m. Feb. 14 through 9 p.m. Feb. 17, online at AcademyOfEarlyMusic.org. Free. 228-4338.
All ages 6-11 invited to read to adoptable animals. Also, a group read-aloud, humane education lesson, and dog meet and greet. Masks required, social distancing enforced.
Humane Society, 3100 Cherry Hill. $10. Preregistration required at hshv.org. 661-3575. [map]
"Washtenaw Refugee Coalition: Refugees Given a Voice": U-M Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Afternoons with OLLI.more >
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Washtenaw Refugee Coalition founder Beth Wilensky discusses her new interfaith group of refugee advocates.
For URL email OLLI.firstname.lastname@example.org. $30 (members, $5); $25 annual membership fee. 998-9351.
"Colonial Archives and Decolonial Museology - Indigenous Epistemologies: Restorative Justice in Settler-Colonial Collections": University of Michigan Museum Studies Program.more >
"Colonial Archives and Decolonial Museology - Indigenous Epistemologies: Restorative Justice in Settler-Colonial Collections": University of Michigan Museum Studies Program.< less
This panel will consider collections relating to Native American past, present and future. Panelists will discuss decolonizing museum practices, settler-colonialism visually presented in postcards of Native American people, and projects at the UM Matthaei Botanical Garden that have deep connections to indigenous culture and agriculture.
Presented online via Zoom, registration required.
Details can be found here:
online via Zoom. Free. Online. email@example.com http:
Feb. 10 & 17. All invited to join a discussion (Feb. 10) and author Q&A (Feb. 17), led by Concordia English professor Erin Laverick, of Flint pediatrician Mona Hanna-Attisha's 2018 book What the Eyes Don't See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City. Hanna-Attisha's research exposed the connection between Flint's water and elevated lead levels in children's blood there.
For URL see cuaa.edu
"U.S. Policy in the Middle East: Human Rights and/or National Interests": U-M Donia Human Rights Center.more >
"U.S. Policy in the Middle East: Human Rights and/or National Interests": U-M Donia Human Rights Center.< less
Former U.S. ambassador to Egypt (1997-2001) and Israel (2001-05) Daniel C. Kurtzer in discussion with U-M public policy professor emerita Susan Waltz and U-M political science professor Mark Tessler.
For URL preregister at myumi.ch
"Releasing Roots: Hebrew Poetry in Translation": University of Michigan Frankel Center for Judaic Studies.more >
"Releasing Roots: Hebrew Poetry in Translation": University of Michigan Frankel Center for Judaic Studies.< less
Voices Far and Near: Translating Hebrew Poetry
Adriana X. Jacobs, Frankel Institute Fellow
Jacobs is a scholar and translator of modern Hebrew poetry whose academic research is intertwined with her work as a literary translator. Drawing from her translations of Hebrew poetry-by Leah Goldberg, Vaan Nguyen, and Hezy Leskly, among others-Jacobs will share her experiences as a scholar-translator and the research that her practice of translation has made possible.
Zoom Webinar. Free. Online. firstname.lastname@example.org https:
EVENINGS WITH AARON via ZOOM
An open session with Aaron channeled through Barbara Brodsky. Aaron gives a talk, followed by Q&A.
Aaron's talk will cover various spiritual practices, including Vipassana and Pure Awareness Meditation, working with inner guidance, and supporting changes in our physical/spiritual bodies through work with body energy, the elements, sound, and Open Heart.
2021 Winter/Spring Schedule
2/17, 3/24, 4/14, 5/19, 6/16
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Eastern
Website for registration: https:
Attendees also receive a video in a few weeks to watch anytime.
online - Zoom. Online. Donation. 734.477.5848. email@example.com https:
Every Wed. All male singers invited to join the weekly online rehearsals of this local barbershop harmony chorus.
For URL email info@HVharmonizers.org. Free to visitors (annual dues for those who join). 796-7467.
All invited to discuss their metaphysical questions with others with similar interests. The evening is led by Aaron, a "being of light" channeled by Barbara Brodsky, who offers a talk on a variety of spiritual practices, including Vipassana and Pure Awareness meditation. Q&A.
For URL preregister at DeepSpring.org. $10-$30 suggested donation. 477-5848, DeepSpring9@gmail.com.
Talk by Whitefish Point Bird Observatory outreach & education specialist Alison Vilag.
For URL see bit.ly
"How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the American Cheese: Food, Status, and the Myth of Virtuous Consumption": AAUW-Ann Arbor.more >
"How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the American Cheese: Food, Status, and the Myth of Virtuous Consumption": AAUW-Ann Arbor.< less
Six storytellers from across the country tell original tales, from quirky and funny to thought-provoking and troubling, inspired by old classics. Suitable for adults and older children. With Tobey Anderson, Norm Brecke, Steve Daut, Ingrid Nixon, Laura Packer, and Anne Rutherford.
For URL preregister at stevedaut.com
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