Campus events canceled, postponed due to inclement weather

Due to recent inclement weather, several campus events have been postponed or canceled.

The Crown Center for Middle East Studies canceled its Brown Bag seminar, "Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution: Spark for Democratization in the Arab World," that had been scheduled for Feb. 2.

The International Center for Ethics, Justice, and Public Life canceled its lecture, "From Guantanamo to The Hague: Human Rights Victims and Their Justice Claims," which had been scheduled for Feb. 3.

The Mandel Center for the Humanities postponed its Jan. 26 "Close Looking" seminar series launch for March 30. This series is co-sponsored by the Rose Art Museum and the Robert D. Farber Archives and Special Collections at the Brandeis Library. The series offers discussions on Brandeis University treasures and will be led by two faculty members.

A general lecture entitled "What Massachusetts Residents and Other Americans Think About Climate Change," originally scheduled for Feb. 2, has been postponed to April, although a specific date has not yet been selected. The lecture will be led by Professor Jon Krosnick from Stanford University, and is open to the campus and general public. Questions and concerns may be directed to Eric Olson.

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