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March 3, 2003

UMBC Department of Music Presents Percussionist Jonas Larsson in Concert

The Department of Music's Contemporary Concerts series presents percussionist Jonas Larsson in a program of contemporary music. Recognized as one of Sweden's most important percussionists, Larsson studied at Göteborg University and is the founder and director of the contemporary music ensemble Gageego!. He tours widely in Europe and the United States as a soloist. Thursday, March 20, 8 p.m., Fine Arts Recital Hall.

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UMBC Department of Theatre Presents Fanto: A Mysterious Vaudeville

The Department of Theatre presents Fanto: A Mysterious Vaudeville, featuring newborn puppets and misled clowns. March 11-16 in the UMBC Theatre. A curious variety show starring inanimate objects (from dancing tubes to lusty packing tape), Fanto uses theatrical illusion in ten original acts ranging from the spooky to the surreal.

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March 5, 2003

Women's History Month Lecture to Focus on Islamic Religion and Culture

Scholar Carol Bier will be exploring the historical roots of Islam in the 2003 Women's History Month Celebratory Lecture at UMBC. Bier's lecture, "Islam: Religion and Culture," will take place on Tuesday, March 11, 2003 at 4:30 p.m. in the Skylight Room of UMBC's University Commons. The event is free of charge and open to the public.

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March 7, 2003

UMBC Presents Music of Japan Today Festival

The UMBC Department of Music presents Music of Japan Today, the largest festival and symposium on contemporary Japanese concert music in the United States, from April 2 through April 6, 2003. Featured composers include Joji Yuasa, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Tokuhide Niimi, and Akira Nishimura; performers include Ruckus, the professional contemporary music ensemble in residence at UMBC.

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Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery presents 100 Years of Camera Work

Camera Work, the great quarterly journal dedicated to photography, criticism, and modernist art, is the central focus of the exhibition 100 Years of Camera Work, on display in the Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery from March 31st through May 31st, 2003.

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UMBC Presents Music of Japan Today 2003 Festival

The UMBC Department of Music presents Music of Japan Today 2003, the largest festival and symposium on contemporary Japanese concert music in the United States, from April 2 through April 6, 2003. Featured composers include Joji Yuasa, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Tokuhide Niimi, and Akira Nishimura; performers include Ruckus, the professional contemporary music ensemble in residence at UMBC.

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UMBC Presents Music of Japan Today Festival

The UMBC Department of Music presents Music of Japan Today, the largest festival and symposium on contemporary Japanese concert music in the United States, from April 2 through April 6, 2003. Featured composers include Joji Yuasa, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Tokuhide Niimi, and Akira Nishimura; performers include Ruckus, the professional contemporary music ensemble in residence at UMBC.

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March 17, 2003

Laura Wexler, Author of Fire in a Canebrake, Speaks at UMBC

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March 19, 2003

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Symposium: Effects of Managed Care on Minority Doctors and Socially Vulnerable Populations in Maryland

The relationships among managed care, minority physicians, and the provision of health care services to vulnerable populations, including racial minorities, in Maryland will be examined at a half-day symposium sponsored by the Center for Health Program Development and Management at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC).

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March 21, 2003

Religious Scholar Karen Armstrong to Examine Rise of Fundamentalism

In a rare U.S. appearance, religious scholar Karen Armstrong will discuss the rise of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim fundamentalism as a response to modernity in an upcoming Humanities Forum lecture at UMBC. Armstrong's talk, "The Battle for God," will be held Tuesday, April 15 at 7:00 p.m. in UMBC's University Center Ballroom.

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