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Events at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign from April 5 through 22

Released 3/29/2007

lectures
6 Friday
“Forgiveness and Politics: An Ethic for Enemies.” Don Shriver, Union Theological Seminary, New York City. Noon. Latzer Hall, University YMCA. Friday Forum.

“Rethinking the Cold War in the Middle East.” Rashid Khalidi, Columbia University. 4 p.m. Third floor, Levis Faculty Center. MillerComm and Program in South Asian & Middle Eastern Studies.

“The Rhetoric of Native American Mascotting.” Jason Edward Black, University of Alabama. 7 p.m. 2nd floor, Levis Faculty Center. Democracy in a Multiracial Society.

9 Monday
“Black Elk, Holy Man of the Lakotas: An Anthropologist’s Perspective.” Raymond DeMallie, Indiana University. 4 p.m. Alice Campbell Alumni Center. Phi Beta Kappa Society and Anthropology.

“Lessons in Leadership From 30 Years in the Eye of the Telecom Hurricane.” John Zeglis, AT&T. 4:30 p.m. 114 David Kinley Hall. Leighton Lecture/Business.

10 Tuesday
“Dan Perrino Presents … ” Dan Perrino, UI. Noon. Latzer Hall, University YMCA. Know Your University.

“Technology & Policy Challenges for the Internet in 2007.” Vinton Cerf, Google Systems. 4 p.m. Foellinger Auditorium. Center for Advanced Study.

“Emerging System Software Requirements for Internet Based Computing Trends.” Thomas Mathews, IBM Systems and Technology Group. 4 p.m. B02 Coordinated Science Laboratory. Information Trust Institute.

11 Wednesday
“The Dignity of Persons and the Value of Nature.” William C. French, Loyola University, Chicago. 4 p.m. Third Floor, Levis Faculty Center, 919 W. Illinois St., Urbana. Center for Advanced Study.

12 Thursday
“Life and Death in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages: Evidence From a Provincial Town in Cyprus.” Amy Papalexandrou, UI. 5:30 pm 62 Krannert Art Museum. Archaeological Institute of America, Classics and Krannert Art Museum.

13 Friday
“How to be a Committed Believer in an Interfaith Context.” Panel: Lee Melhado, Jewish Federation; Donna Mason, Christian Church Women United; and Amani Ayad, Central Illinois Mosque and Islamic Center. Noon. Latzer Hall, University YMCA. Friday Forum.

18 Wednesday
“Accelerating Discovery and Innovation: Designing Creativity Support Tools.” Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland. 3 p.m. Graduate School of Library and Information Science, 501 W. Daniel St., Champaign. Graduate School of Library and Information Science and MillerComm.

19 Thursday
“A Global Perspective on Socially Responsible Entrepreneurship.” Wu Qing, Beijing, China. 4 p.m. Room 2, Education Building. Women and Gender in Global Perspective, Academy for Entrepreneurial Leadership and Supercomputing Applications.

“Cosmopolitan, Native, Vernacular: Toward a More Inclusive American Art History.” Janet C. Berlo, UI. 7:30 p.m. Spurlock Museum, Knight Auditorium. Art History and MillerComm.

20 Friday
“Imagining the New Media Encounter.” Alan Liu, University of California, Santa Barbara. 4 p.m. 314b Illini Union. Liberal Arts and Sciences and MillerComm.

colloquia
5 Thursday
“Prostitution in Early Twentieth-Century Brazil: A Case of Tolerance and Repression.” Simone Dasilva. UI. Noon. 101 International Studies Building. Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

“Biribi: the History of a Cultural Imaginary.” Dominique Kalifa, Universite Charles de Gaulle. Lille III. 3:30 p.m. 217 Illini Union. French.

“Statistical Mechanics of the Genetic Code: A Glimpse of the Emergence of Life.” Nigel Goldenfeld, UI. 4 p.m. 141 Loomis Lab. Physics.

“The Molecular Basis of Eukaryotic Transcription.” Roger Kornberg, Stanford School of Medicine. 4 p.m. 274 MSB Auditorium. Ada Doisy Lecture/Biochemistry.

“Verification of Complex Analog Integrated Circuits.” Henry Chang, Designer’s Guide Consulting. 4 p.m. 151 Everitt Laboratory. Electrical and Computer Engineering.

A Taste of Art. “Making History.” Anne D. Hedeman, UI. 6 p.m. Krannert Art Museum Auditorium. Krannert Art Museum Council.

6 Friday
“Beyond the Double Helix: Reading and Writing the “Histone Code.” Charles David Allis, The Rockefeller University, New York. Noon. 274 MSB Auditorium. Ada Doisy Lecture/Biochemistry.

“Some Properties of Reputation as a Governance Mechanism in Social Networks.” Ronald Burt, University of Chicago. 2 p.m. 1040 NCSA. Age of Networks/Supercomputing Applications.

“Extraterritoriality and Just War Theory: Rhetoric and Belief in Transnational Warfare.” Colin Flint, UI. 3 p.m. 336 Lincoln Hall. Political Science, Sociology, Geography, Urban and Regional Planning and Global Studies.

9 Monday
“The Role of Land-Use Change and Human-Wildlife Linkages in Disease.” Tom Gillespie, UI. Noon. 80 Small Animal Clinic. Translational Biomedical Research Seminar/ Veterinary Medicine.

“More Natural Programming Through User Studies.” Brad Myers, Carnegie Mellon University. 4 p.m. 1404 Siebel Center for Computer Science. Computer Science.

“The Versatility of Nickel Cycloaddition Catalysts.” Janis Louie, University of Utah. 4 p.m. 116 Roger Adams Laboratory. Organic Chemistry.

“Barred Francophony. An Assessment.” Reda Bensmaia, Brown University. 4:30 p.m. Lucy Ellis Lounge, 1080 Foreign Languages Building. French.

10 Tuesday
“Tools and Techniques for Understanding and Defending Real Systems.” Jedidiah R. Crandall, University of California, Davis. 10 a.m. 2405 Siebel Center. Computer Science.

“Arab Writers in Exile.” Dunya Mikhail, author. Noon. Lucy Ellis Lounge, 1080 Foreign Languages Building. South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.

“Markov Logic: A Rich Modeling Language for Social Networks.” Pedro Domingos, University of Washington. 2 p.m. 1040 NCSA. Age of Networks/Supercomputing Applications.

“Identifying the Relationships Between Catalyst Composition and Structure and Catalyst Performance: Challenges for the Experimentalist and the Theoretician,” Alexis T. Bell, University of California. 3 p.m. 116 Roger Adams Laboratory. Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.

Seminar With Raymond DeMallie. Raymond DeMallie, Indiana University. 3:30 p.m. Native American House Conference Room. American Indian Studies.

“Chemistry and the Closed Nuclear Fuel Cycle.” Alfred P. Sattelberger, Argonne National Laboratory. 4 p.m. 112 Chem Annex. Inorganic Chemistry.

“Laughter-Joy and Crying-Sadness Circuits of Mammalian Brains.” Jaak Panksepp, Washington State University. 4 p.m. 1005 Beckman. Neuroscience Program.

“Dreams and Visions in Medieval Miracle Accounts.” Gabor Klaniczay, Central European University, Budapest. 5 p.m. 211 Illini Union. Medieval Studies.

11 Wednesday
“Formation of Facultative Heterochromatin in Senescent Cells – A Novel Role for Wnt-Signaling as a Regulator of Cell Senescence.” Peter Adams, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia. Noon. B102 Chemical and Life Sciences Lab. Cell and Developmental Biology.

“Living Technology: Scientific Prospects, Practical Applications and Social Implications.” Mark Bedau, Reed College. Noon. Call 333-2595. Engineering and Technology Studies.

“Risk and Resilience: Perspectives of Ghanaian Widows on the Loss of Property Rights.” Rose Korang-Okrah, UI. 1:30 p.m. Lucy Ellis Lounge, 1080 Foreign Languages Building. Women and Gender in Global Perspectives.

“Regulation of Estrogen Receptor Alpha Expression in Breast Cancer Cells by Sulforaphane.” Marcela Cortes, UI. 4 p.m. 103 Mumford Hall. Nutritional Sciences.

12 Thursday
“Protein Folding and Parsing.” Julia Hockenmaier, University of Pennsylvania. 10 a.m. 2405 Siebel Center. Computer Science.

“New Argentine Cinema: Making Marginalized Identities Visible.” Tamara Falicov, University of Kansas. Noon. 101 International Studies Building. Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

“Taking a Hit for the Team: Self-Sacrifice as an Enzymatic Strategy in the Biosynthesis of Lipoic Acid.” Squire Booker, Pennsylvania State University. Noon. 192 Lincoln Hall. Joint Chemical Biology Interface Training Program/Chemical Biology.

“Spanish Civil War Print Culture.” Jordana Mendelson, UI. Noon. 1104 NCSA. Supercomputing Applications.

“The Quantum Information Revolution.” Paul Kwiat, UI. 4 p.m. 141 Loomis Lab. Physics.

“Neonuance: Contemporary Images/Texts/Concepts/Works/Words.” Harry Gamboa Jr., Los Angeles artist and activist. 4 p.m. 180 Bevier Hall. Democracy in a Multiracial Society.

“Spin-Based Semiconductor Heterostructure Devices.” Pallab K. Bhattacharya, University of Michigan. 4 p.m. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

“To Build a Biofilm.” George A. O’Toole, Dartmouth Medical School. 4 p.m. B102, Chemical and Life Sciences Laboratory. Microbiology.

“New Palladium-Catalyzed Carboetherification and Carboamination Reactions for the Stereoselective Synthesis of Heterocycles.” John Wolfe, University of Michigan. 4 p.m. 116 Roger Adams Laboratory. Organic Chemistry.

13 Friday
“Improving Railroad Network Routing.” Roger Baugher, BNFS Railway. 11:45 a.m. 335 Grainger Engineering Library. William W. Hay Railroad Engineering Seminar/Civil and Environmental Engineering.

“Novel Energy and Electron Transfer Processes in Green Photosynthetic Bacteria.” Robert Blankenship, Washington University, St. Louis. Noon. B102 Chemical and Life Sciences auditorium. Biochemistry.

“Graphical Models: Conditional Random Fields (CRFs) and Discriminative Random Fields (DRFs).” Mert Dikmen and Ousman Azy, UI. 2 p.m. 3169 Beckman Institute. Electrical and Computer Engineering.

“Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy: An Emerging Tool for On-Site Analysis and Exploration.” Matthew Rigsby, UI. 4 p.m. 116 Roger Adams Lab. Analytical Chemistry.

16 Monday
“Understanding Chronic Wasting Disease in Northern Illinois Deer Populations.” Nohra E. Mateus-Pinilla, UI. Noon. 80 Small Animal Clinic. Translational Biomedical Research Seminar/Veterinary Medicine.

“Automatic Measurement and Modeling of Human Networks.” Alex Pentland, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1 p.m. 1040 NCSA. Age of Networks/Supercomputing Applications.

“Theory and Data Interactions in Complex Causal Thinking.” Jonathan Fugelsang, University of Waterloo. 3 p.m. 1215A Beckman Institute. Beckman Institute.

“Unleashing the Computer’s Potential for Communication.” David Salesin, University of Washington. 4 p.m. 1404 Siebel Center. Department of Computer Science, UIUC.

Art and Design Visitors Series. “Picturing Encounters in the Islamic World: Representations of Francis of Assissi in Egypt, 13th – 16th Centuries.” Karen-edis Barzman, Binghamton University, SUNY. 5 p.m. Krannert Art Museum Auditorium. Art and Design and Krannert Art Museum.

“Where Are We? New Work in Critical Theory and Cultural Studies.” This evening’s session will focus on: Wendy Brown’s “Regulating Aversion: Tolerance in the Age of Identity and Empire.” Featuring position papers by: Matti Bunzl, Zsusza Gille and Meltem Yilmaz-Sener, UI. 8 p.m. IPRH, 805 W. Pennsylvania Ave., Urbana. Criticism and Interpretive Theory.

17 Tuesday
“The Gomti Riverfront in Lucknow, India: Revitalization of a Cultural Heritage Landscape.” Amita Sinha and Swati Nagpal, UI. Noon. 325 Temple Buell Hall. South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.

“Articulation and Receptions of National Ideology in 19th Century Plovdiv.” Andreas Lybertos, Princeton University. Noon. 101 International Studies Building. Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center.

“Examining Community Attitudes toward Consensual and Non-Consensual Sex in Haiti.” Russell Horwitz, UI. Noon. Room 403 Illini Union. Women and Gender in Global Perspectives and Democracy in a Multiracial Society.

“Aging & Eye Movements During Reading.” Matt Shake, UI. Noon. 210A Education Building. CSTL division/Education.

18 Wednesday
“The Thrill of Discovery: Information Visualization for High-Dimensional Spaces.” Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland. 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 1040 NCSA. Director’s Seminar Series/Supercomputing Applications.

“Queer Modernities: Richard Bruce Nugent’s Orient.” Fiona Ngo, UI. Noon. 911 S. Sixth. Gender and Women’s Studies.

“Effect of Soy Isoflavones on Rotavirus Infections.” Aline Andres, UI. 4 p.m. 103 Mumford Hall. Nutritional Sciences.

“Nanotechnology and Bioengineering for Personalized Medicine.” Shuming Nie, Emory University and Georgia Tech. 4 p.m. B02 Coordinated Science Lab. Nanoscale Science and Technology.

19 Thursday
“Structure, Assembly and Function of Type III Secretion Systems (injectosomes) of Salmonella.” Jorge E. Galan, Yale University School of Medicine. 8:30 a.m. B102 Chemical and Life Sciences Laboratory. Microbiology.

“Nano-Bio Hybrid Optoelectronic Devices for Molecular Diagnosis and Therapeutics in Cancer Cells and Optofluidic Microdevices.” Gang Logan Liu, University of California, San Francisco. 10 a.m. 1000 Micro and Nanotechnology Laboratory. Electrical and Computer Engineering.

“Role of Molecular Chaperones in Steroid Receptor Mobility and Chromatin Exchange.” Donald B. DeFranco, University of Pittsburgh. Noon. B102 CLSL. Molecular and Integrative Physiology.

“Market Women Mothers and Daughters: Politics and Mobility in the New Bolivia.” Isabel Scarborough. UI. Noon. 101 International Studies Building. Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

“Comparative Urban Design Changes Generated by Planning Policy in the 20th and 21st Century.” Lynne Dearborn and Kevin Hinders, UI. Noon. 1104 NCSA. Supercomputing Applications.

“The Quests of Indigenous People to Maintain Cultural Continuity: Benefits of Hunting Lifestyles Among the Innu of Canada.” Colin Samson, University of Essex. 3 p.m. 336 Lincoln Hall. Sociology.

“Designing Ultrasonic Imaging Systems From Statistical Descriptions of Objects and Images.” Mike Insana, UI. 4 p.m. 151 Everitt Lab. Electrical and Computer Engineering.

“The State of the Stars: Modjeska and the Warsaw Imperial Theater.” Beth Holmgren, Duke University. 4 p.m. 101 International Studies Building. Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center.

Art and Design Visitors Series. “Research in Art and Design.” Ellen Lupton, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, N.Y. 5 p.m. Plym Auditorium, Temple Buell Hall. Art and Design and Krannert Art Museum.

20 Friday
“The Role of Manifold Learning in Human Motion Analysis.” Ahmed Elgammal, Rutgers University. 11 a.m. 3269 Beckman. Beckman Institute.

“DNA Translocation in a Replicative Hexameric Helicase.” Leemor Joshua-Tor, Keck Structural Biology Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. Noon. B102 CLSL Auditorium. Biochemistry.

“Feature Extraction and Selection.” Esther Resendiz and Myra Nam, UI. 2 p.m. 3169 Beckman Institute. Electrical and Computer Engineering.

theater
5 Thursday
“An Imaginary Invalid.” Tom Mitchell, director. 7:30 p.m. Studio Theater, Krannert Center. Obsessed with his own well-being, Argan becomes the object of ridicule in Molière’s comedy of a hypochondriac sure of his imminent demise. Squandering his family fortune on pills and elixirs, Argan goes so far as to offer his daughter’s hand in order to acquire the most fawning medical attention. This production transfers events from 1673 France to the health-obsessed America of 1900. Admission charge.

6 Friday
“Reefer Madness.” 7:30 and 11:45 p.m. 160 Armory. The ‘hit’ musical inspired by the anti-marijuana film of the 1930s. Armory Free Theatre.
“An Imaginary Invalid.” Tom Mitchell, director. 7:30 p.m. Studio Theater, Krannert Center. Admission charge.

7 Saturday
“Wonderful Town.” 7:30 p.m. Assembly Hall Star Theatre. The city lights. The humming traffic. The bustling crowds. There is nothing like the first time you land in New York City. The delightful tale of two sisters, Ruth and Eileen. They’re fresh off the bus from Ohio, ready to follow their dreams, fall in love and take New York by storm. With a score by Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden and Adolph Green and a book by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov, the show is a fast and funny big-city adventure and a glorious celebration. Part of the News-Gazette Broadway Series. Admission charge.

“An Imaginary Invalid.” Tom Mitchell, director. 7:30 p.m. Studio Theater, Krannert Center. Admission charge. Dessert and Conversation: 6:30 p.m. Krannert Room.

“Reefer Madness.” 7:30 p.m. 160 Armory. The ‘hit’ musical inspired by the anti-marijuana film of the 1930s. Armory Free Theatre.

13 Friday
“Faith in a Multicultural Society: Readings and Discussions of ‘A Long Bridge Over Deep Waters.’ ” James Still, playwright. 3 p.m. Krannert Center for the Performing Arts. Democracy in a Multiracial Society.

“My Fair Lady.” 7:30 p.m. Assembly Hall. Student performance. Admission charge. Illini Union Board.

“The Pillowman.” 7:30 and 11:45 p.m. 160 Armory. The tale of a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories and their similarities to a number of child-murders occurring in his town. Armory Free Theatre.

14 Saturday
“My Fair Lady.” 2:30 and 7 p.m. Assembly Hall. Student performance. Admission charge. Illini Union Board.

“The Pillowman.” 7:30 p.m. 160 Armory. The tale of a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories and their similarities to a number of child-murders occurring in his town. Armory Free Theatre.

19 Thursday
“On the Rocks.” 9 p.m. Amphitheatre, Krannert Center. Annual evening of one-act plays written and acted by UI students. Admission charge. Krannert Center Student Association.

20 Friday
“Whispers of Bedlam.” 7:30 and 11:45 p.m. 160 Armory. In Bethlam Asylum in 1684, a place deemed not suitable for rats to live in, Nathaniel finds himself struggling between who he once was and who he is becoming. Armory Free Theatre.

“On the Rocks.” 9 p.m. Amphitheatre, Krannert Center. Annual evening of one-act plays written and acted by UI students. Admission charge. Krannert Center Student Association.

21 Saturday
“Third.” Nagle Jackson, guest director. A celebration of Wendy Wasserstein’ work, the department of theatre offers a reading of her final play which addresses issues of politics and higher education. Admission charge.

“Whispers of Bedlam.” 7:30 p.m. 160 Armory. In Bethlam Asylum in 1684, a place deemed not suitable for rats to live in, Nathaniel finds himself struggling between who he once was and who he is becoming. Armory Free Theatre.

“On the Rocks.” 9 p.m. Amphitheatre, Krannert Center. Annual evening of one-act plays written and acted by UI students. Admission charge. Krannert Center Student Association.

music
5 Thursday
Thursdays at Twelve Twenty Concert. Graduate Brass Quintet. 12:20 p.m. Beckman Institute atrium. School of Music.

Chick Corea and Gary Burton. 7:30 p.m. Tryon Festival Theater, Krannert Center. To celebrate the 35th anniversary of their groundbreaking first duo album, these consummate musicians meet again for melodic and harmonic exploration that promises inventiveness, depth, and astounding spirit. Admission charge.

Master of Music Recital. Chen-Yu Huang, harp. 7:30 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. Haejin Song. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

6 Friday
Jazz Forum. Jeff Parker, jazz guitar. Noon. 25 Smith Hall.

Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. Aki Otake, piano. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Senior Recital. Andrew Dixon, jazz saxophone. 7:30 p.m. 25 Smith Hall.

7 Saturday
Senior Recital. Drew Fredrickson, tuba. 5 p.m. Music Building auditorium.

Junior Recital. Andrew Schurman, jazz saxophone. 5 p.m. 25 Smith Hall.

Graduate Recital. Nicholas DelVillano and Anne Kovarik, trumpet. 5:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra. Steven Larsen, music director and conductor, and Ronald Hedlund, bass-baritone. 7:30 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. Admission charge.

9 Monday
Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. Daniela Broderick, piano. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

10 Tuesday
Voice Division Recital. 11 a.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Guest Artist Recital. Karine Bagdasarian, piano. 7:30 p.m. Music Building auditorium.

11 Wednesday
The Special Consensus. Noon. Lobby, Krannert Center. Bluegrass from Chicago.

Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. Unkyoung Kim, viola. 7:30 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

Master of Music Recital. Amanda Gerfin, oboe. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

12 Thursday
Thursdays at Twelve Twenty Concert. Dana Hall Jazz Combo. 12:20 p.m. Beckman Institute atrium. School of Music.

Vladimir Feltsman, piano. 7:30 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. This Russian artist performs Beethoven’s “Pathetique Sonata,” and Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition.” Admission charge. Art in Conversation: 5 p.m. Krannert Center.

Guest Artist Recital. Eric Mandat, clarinet. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

13 Friday
Jazz Forum. Dave Pietro, Brazilian jazz. Noon. 25 Smith Hall.

Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. Ji-Eun Yun, piano. 3:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Junior Recital. Tiffany Pan, oboe. 5:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Senior Recital. David Tribley, saxophone. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Senior Recital. Andrew Hsu, violin. 7:30 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

14 Saturday
Annual Moms’ Day Harp Studio Recital. 11 a.m. Music Building auditorium. Students of Ann Yeung and Jing-I Jang.

Women’s Glee Club Mom’s Day Concert. Joe Grant, conductor. 2 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. Works by Aaron Copland, Pablo Casals, Halsey Stevens and William Mathias. Admission charge. School of Music.

Senior Recital. Talitha Ortiz, oboe. 2 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.
Junior Recital. Cody Halberstadt and Tara Blocki, saxophone. 2 p.m. Music Building auditorium.

Junior Recital. Keturah Bixby, harp. 5 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.
UI Black Chorus Mom’s Day Concert. Ollie Watts Davis, conductor. 7:30 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. Selections from the sacred and popular traditions of African-American music, standard African-American choral repertoire and traditional and contemporary gospel selections. Admission charge. School of Music.

Senior Recital. Martin McCrory, composition. 7:30 p.m. Music Building auditorium.

15 Sunday
Senior Recital. Sam Schmetterer, percussion. 1 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Graduate Brass Quintet. 1 p.m. Music Building auditorium.

Krannert Center Debut Artist. Thomas Kronholz, piano. 3 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. Selections from Debussy’s Preludes, Book II, and Messiaen’s “Vingt Regards sur l’Enfant-Jésus.” Admission charge.

Junior Recital. Sarah Yun, cello. 6 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. Tracy Parish, trumpet. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Tuba-Euphonium Ensemble. Mark Moore, director. 7:30 p.m. Music Building auditorium.

16 Monday
Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. Min-li Hwang, cello. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

17 Tuesday
Studio Recital. Noon. Memorial Room, Smith Hall. Harpsichord students of Charlotte Mattax.

UI Student Composers Concert. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

18 Wednesday
Pacifica Quartet. 7:30 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. The UI’s quartet-in-residence joins with faculty artist Ian Hobson in performing Quintet for Piano and Strings in F minor, by Cesar Franck. Admission charge. School of Music.

Doctor of Musical Arts Recital in Vocal Coaching and Accompanying. Ohsung Kwon, piano. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Senior Recital. Dana Neustel, clarinet. 7:30 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

19 Thursday
Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, violin, and Anne-Marie McDermott, piano. 7:30 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. Admission charge.

20 Friday
Graduate Recital. Ann Zettervall, cello. 11:30 a.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

Jazz Forum. Noon. 25 Smith Hall.

UI Trombone Choir. Elliot Chasanov and Jim Pugh, conductors. 7:30 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. Admission charge. School of Music.

Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. Jooeun Cho, violin. 7:30 p.m. Music Building auditorium.

Senior Recital. Kyra Saltman, cello. 7:30 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

21 Saturday
Undergraduate Recital. Emily Nash, violin. 11 a.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

Doctor of Musical Arts Recital. J. Michael Holmes, saxophone. 2 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Undergraduate Recital. Wilson Wong and Anthony Misrata, trombone, 2 p.m. Music Building auditorium.

Master of Music Recital. YooJin Kim, soprano. 4:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

Junior Recital. Shawnita Tyus, violin. 5 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

UI Wind Symphony and UI Symphonic Band I. James Keene and Kenneth Steinsultz, conductors. 7:30 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. Admission charge. School of Music.

Graduate Recital. Tzuhan Lin, violin. 7:30 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

22 Sunday
Senior Recital. Bill Prokopow, composition. 2 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

UI Philharmonia. Louis Bergonzi, conductor. With Michael Ewald and Ronald Rom, trumpet. 3 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center. Works by Be rio, Vivaldi and Rasping. Admission charge. School of Music.

Undergraduate Recital. Jim Signer and Lisa Troy er, saxophone. 4:30 p.m. Memorial Room, Smith Hall.

Master of Music Recital. Kung Sun Lee, clarinet. 5 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

UI Symphonic Band II and UI Concert Band I. Peter Griffin and Daniel Deutschland, conductors. 7:30 p.m. Foellinger Great Hall. A program of newer music and old favorites. Admission charge. School of Music.

Concert Choir. 7:30 p.m. Recital Hall, Smith Hall.

dance
19 Thursday
Studio dance II. 7:30 p.m. Studio Theater, Krannert Center. Cu rated concert of student works featuring choreography by department of dance students and performed by the artists’ fellow students. Admission charge.

20 Friday
Studiodance II. 7 and 9 p.m. Studio Theater, Krannert Center. Admission charge.

21 Saturday
Studiodance II. 7 and 9 p.m. Studio Theater, Krannert Center. Admission charge.

films
11 Wednesday
“Short Cuts.” Robert Altman, director. 7:30 p.m. 134 Temple Buell Hall. Landscape Architecture.

18 Wednesday
“Monsoon Wedding.” Mira Nair, director. 7:30 p.m. 134 Temple Buell Hall. Landscape Architecture.

sports
(to confirm times, go to www.fightingillini.com)
6 Friday
Baseball. UI vs. Ohio State University. 6:05 p.m. Illinois Field. Admission charge.

7 Saturday
Women’s Tennis. UI vs. Pennsylvania State University. Noon. Atkins Tennis Center. Admission charge.

Baseball. UI vs. Ohio State University. 3:05 p.m. (DH) Illinois Field. Admission charge.

8 Sunday
Women’s Tennis. UI vs. University of Michigan. Noon. Atkins Tennis Center. Admission charge.

Baseball. UI vs. Ohio State University. 1:05 p.m. Illinois Field. Admission charge.

10 Tuesday
Baseball. UI vs. Bradley University. 6:05 p.m. Illinois Field. Admission charge.

11 Wednesday
Softball. UI vs. Bradley University 4 p.m. (DH) Eichelberger Field. Admission charge.

13 Friday
Softball. UI vs. Michigan State University. 6 p.m. Eichelberger Field. Admission charge.

14 Saturday
Women’s Tennis. UI vs. Indiana University. 11 a.m. Atkins Tennis Center. Admission charge.

Softball. UI vs. Michigan State University. Noon. Eichelberger Field. Admission charge.

15 Sunday
Women’s Tennis. UI vs. Ohio State University. 11 a.m. Atkins Tennis Center. Admission charge.

Softball. UI vs. University of Michigan. Noon. (DH) Eichelberger Field. Admission charge.

17 Tuesday
Softball. UI vs. Illinois State University. 6 p.m.
Eichelberger Field. Admission charge.

20 Friday
Softball. UI vs. Ohio State University. 6 p.m. Eichelberger Field. Admission charge.

21 Saturday
Softball. UI vs. Ohio State University. Noon. Eichelberger Field. Admission charge.

Men’s Tennis. UI vs. University of Minnesota. Noon. Atkins Tennis Center. Admission charge.

22 Sunday
Softball. UI vs. Pennsylvania State University. 11 a.m. (DH) Eichelberger Field. Admission charge.

Men’s Tennis. UI vs. University of Iowa. Noon. Atkins Tennis Center. Admission charge.

et cetera
8 Sunday
Easter Brunch. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Allerton House Dining Room. For reservations, call 333-3287. Allerton Park and Conference Center.

9 Monday
“Women Out/In Japan: Performance and Panel Discussion.” 4 p.m. ACES (College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences) Library Heritage Room. East Asian Languages and Cultures and East Asian and Pacific Studies.

Panel Discussion. “Theorizing Indigenous Media.” Luis Carcamo-Huechante, Harvard University; and Jodi Byrd and Markus Schulz, UI. 8 p.m. 160 English. Native American House and Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

10 Tuesday
Panel Discussion. “An Ever Expanding EU: The 2007 Accession of Bulgaria and Romania.” 2-3:30 p.m. 314A Illini Union. European Union Center.

11 Wednesday
Nature ABCs and 123s. “S is for Soil.” 9-9:30 a.m., ages 1 1/2-3; 10-11 a.m., ages 4-5. Education Center. Each program will include stories, songs and hands-on exploration. For information and reservations, call
244-1035. Admission charge. Allerton Park and Conference Center.

Workshop. “International Development Work: Getting a Foot In the Door & Keeping in Step.” Anita Keller, Africa Regional Representative, Veterans for America. Noon. 101 International Studies Building. African Studies.

Panel Discussion: “The Future of the Library.” 3 p.m. Humanities Lecture Hall, IPRH, 805 W. Pennsylvania Ave., Urbana. Panelists: Anne D. Hedeman, Frederick Hoxie, Paula Kaufman, Karen Schmidt, Mary Stuart and Christine Catanzarite, UI. Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities.

International Careers Workshop. “Medicine/Health/Human Welfare.” 6:30 p.m. Third floor, Levis Faculty Center. Russian, East European and Eurasian Center, Global Studies and African Studies.

13 Friday
Conference. “Eurasian Borderlands in Theory and Reality: People, Borders and the States.” Gardner Bovington and Sara Friedman, Indiana University; Chen Xiangming, UIC; Pat Giersch, Wellesley College; Akira Iriye and Tara Zahra, Harvard University; Robert Tierney and Maria Todorova, UI. Noon-2 p.m. 407 Illini Union. East Asian and Pacific Studies.

14 Saturday
Workshop. “Trends in Capitalism.” Nigel Thrift, University of Oxford. 8:30 a.m. 336 Lincoln Hall. Sociology.

Nature ABCs and 123s. “S is for Soil.” 9-9:30 a.m., ages 1 1/2-3; 10-11 a.m., ages 4-5. Education Center. Each program will include stories, songs and hands-on exploration. For information and reservations, call
244-1035. Admission charge. Allerton Park and Conference Center.

Open house at Japan House. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 2000 S. Lincoln Ave., Urbana. Kenji Shinoda, consul general, will be the featured speaker. A complete schedule and more information is available at www.art.uiuc.edu/galleries/japanhouse or by calling
244-9934. Japan House/Fine and Applied Arts.

Mom’s Weekend Craft Fair. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.Illini Union. Parent Programs and Illini Union Board.

Nature Nuts: Celebrate Earth Day. 1-2:30 p.m. Education Center. Ages 6-8. Program includes a snack. For information and reservations, call 244-1035. Admission charge. Allerton Park and Conference Center.

Spanish Time at Public Libraries. 2 p.m. Children’s Department at The Urbana Free Library, 210 W. Green St., Urbana. Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

Wildflower Hike. 3-5 p.m. Visitor’s Center. All ages. For information and reservations, call 244-1035. Admission charge. Allerton Park and Conference Center.

15 Sunday
Sunday Brunch. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Allerton House Dining Room. For reservations, call 333-3287. Allerton Park and Conference Center.

17 Tuesday
“Las Krudas: Women, Power and Resistance.” 1:30-4:30 p.m. McKinley Foundation, 809 S. Fifth St., Champaign. IPRH Women of Color Feminism Reading Group, IPRH, Gender and Women’s Studies and Democracy in a Multiracial Society.

20 Friday
Conference. “Interfaces and Visualizations: A State-of-the-Art Conference on the Humanities in Post-human Times.” 8 a.m. 407 Illini Union. To register, visit http://www.french.uiuc.edu/schehr/conference/. French, Center for Advanced Study, Liberal Arts and Sciences, English, Speech Communication, Library and Information Science, Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities and Criticism and Interpretive Theory.

“Multidisciplinary Reflections on Faith and the Narration of Violence.” 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 314B Illini Union. Religion.

“Lace for the Lady and the Gentleman, Too.” Karen Thompson, historian. 4 p.m. Knight Auditorium, Spurlock Museum. This event is held in conjunction with the Campbell Gallery exhibit “Why Knot.” The exhibit is co-sponsored by the Champaign-Urbana Spinners and Weavers Guild and the Spurlock Museum Guild. It is sponsored in part by the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency. Spurlock Museum.

21 Saturday
Spanish Time at Public Libraries. 1 p.m. Douglass Meeting Room at the Douglass Branch Library, 504 E. Grove St., Champaign. Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

Doodle for Wildlife Auction. 6-10 p.m. Round Barn Banquet Centre. 6th Annual Doodle for Wildlife Auction to benefit the College of Veterinary Medicine Wildlife Medical Clinic. Veterinary Medicine, Wildlife Medical Clinic.

GSLIS Storytelling Festival. 7 p.m. 126 Graduate School of Library and Information Science. Come celebrate a night of stories from near and far told by faculty, students and alumni. Refreshments will be served during a brief intermission. This is a storytelling event meant for adults. As such, some material may not be appropriate for children. Graduate School of Library and Information Science.

22 Sunday
Sunday Brunch. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Allerton House Dining Room. For reservations, call 333-3287. Allerton Park and Conference Center.

exhibits
“Why Knot”
Campbell Gallery.
Through Aug. 26.
Five galleries featuring the cultures of the world.
Spurlock Museum, 600 S. Gregory St., Urbana. Noon-5 p.m. Tuesday; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday-Friday; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday; Noon-4 p.m. Sunday.

“Symagery”
Through May 11.
IPRH, 805 W. Pennsylvania Ave., Urbana. 8:30 a.m.-
5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

“Petals and Paintings”
April 14 and 15. Innovative floral arrangements inspired by works from the Museum’s permanent collection are created by award winning floral designers for this annual exhibition in conjunction with Mom’s Weekend. Curated by Rick Orr, member of the American Institute of Floral Designers.
“Commerce and Consumption: Works From the Permanent Collection”
Through May 13.
“A History of New”
Through July 29.
“Secrets Revealed=Secrets Shared”
Master of Fine Arts Exhibition
On view April 18.
“An Architect Collects: Robert D. Kleinschmidt and A Lifetime of Fine Arts Acquisitions”
On view April 20.
Krannert Art Museum and Kinkead Pavilion. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, until 9 p.m. Thursday; 2-5 p.m. Sunday. Free admission; $3donation suggested.

@art gallery. Online exhibit of the UI School of Art and Design. www.art.uiuc.edu/@art.

This calendar is excerpted from the April 5 issue of Inside Illinois, the faculty-staff newspaper at the UI.