Faculty Club Week II

Dear Colleagues,

Come on out to the Faculty Club this week–we’re open Wednesday and Thursday from 5 to 8:00.

It’s always fun & easy to pair JSMA events with a visit to the Faculty Club.  Wednesday our colleague Ina Asim (History) is giving a 5:30 talk right upstairs in the JSMA galleries, on “Reflections of the Cosmic Web: Intricate Patterns in Daoist Art.”  Drop in for a cosmic drink before or afterwards.  And later on, at 7:00 Wednesday, the Schnitzer Cinema series will be showing “Saving Brinton,” an intriguing film about the discovery (in an Iowa farmhouse basement) of a trove of early motion pictures, including “rare footage of Teddy Roosevelt, the first moving images from Burma, and a lost relic from special effects inventor Georges Méliés.”

Thursday we officially welcome new faculty with a ceremonial induction into the membership of the Faculty Club.  No, just kidding, there will be no ritual (and everyone’s automatically a member), but we will toast our new colleagues and briefly introduce each one.  Come and meet the rising stars of the UO!

Yours, James Harper
Chair of the Faculty Club Board


WHO: The UO Faculty Club is open to all UO faculty—tenure-track faculty, non-tenure-track faculty, library faculty, and OAs tenured in an academic department, as well as people retired from positions in these categories.  Eligible people may bring any guests they like.

WHAT: Cash Bar with beer, wine, liquor and non-alcoholic beverages; complimentary hors d’oeuvres.

WHERE: The Faculty Club meets in a designated room on the ground floor of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.  Enter at the museum’s main entrance and turn right; the club room is right off the lobby.

WHEN: Wednesdays & Thursdays 5:00-8:00 pm.  We will meet through the last week of classes in Fall Term (i.e. through November 29); activity will resume in the Winter and Spring terms.

FURTHER INFORMATION: Faculty Club Board Chair James Harper (Dept. of the History of Art and Architecture), harperj@uoregon.edu

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