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Jerry & Marvy Finger Lecture: "Camp Logan: Houston's World War I Emergency Training Center" by Louis F. Aulbach and Linda C. Gorski

Learn more about the almost-forgotten story of Camp Logan, a military training base built to house 44,000 soldiers in what is now Houston's Memorial Park. This presentation is a tribute to the


The Women's Institute of Houston hosts "Living Truth: The Path of Light" with Miao Tsan

In the lecture and guided meditation "Living Truth: The Path of Light," Venerable Master Miao Tsan will share the ultimate truth as expressed in Zen Buddhist teachings, bringing peac


Friends of Integrated Medicine at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center hosts "Meditation and Health" with Miao Tsan

Venerable Master Miao Tsan will meet with the Friends of Integrated Medicine at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center to discuss meditation and health. Friends of Integrative Medicine works to raise awarenes


Rothko Chapel hosts Zen Buddhist Dharma Talk and Twilight Meditation

Rothko Chapel

This Zen Buddhist Dharma Talk and Twilight Meditation will be led by Venerable Master Miao Tsan, Abbot of Vairocana Zen Monastery and international lecturer and author. Master Miao Tsan is the auth


Evren Kutlay Lecture Recital: "European Music in the Ottoman Empire"

Evren Kutlay is a native of Turkey and teaches at Koç University. She has performed solo and four-hand piano music as well as chamber music in Turkey and in several United States venues. She


Houston Museum of African American Culture lecture: "Own the Mask, Own the Town: Contesting Yoruba History, Memory and Identity" by John Thabiti Willis

Nigeria, Africa's most populous country, is a state that's still grappling with its national identity in the wake of ethnic tensions and religious conflict. Own the Mask, Own the Town: Cont


Rienzi's 15th Anniversary Symposium "Creatures of Comfort: 1650–1950"

Rienzi

In examining the period from the mid-1600s to the mid-1900s, the symposium asks: How and why did the concept of comfort evolve and become an important part of European and American cultures? What o


Houston Archeological Society Lecture: "Raising the USS Westfield: A Civil War Gunboat sunk in Galveston Bay in 1863"

University of St. Thomas

Justin Parkoff and Jessica Stika, archeological conservators at the Texas A & M University Conservation Research Lab, will present the program on the conservation of the Civil War gunboat USS W


Friends of the Texas Medical Center Library hosts "Hail to the Chief Complaint"

"Hail to the Chief Complaint" is a fundraiser hosted by the Friends of the Texas Medical Center Library. This presentation is about the health issues of seven former U.S. Presidents.


Second Annual Mitchell Artist Lecture: Laurie Anderson

The University of Houston Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts brings back the Mitchell Artist Lecture, which features a leading artist discussing the power and potential of interdisciplinary


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