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Listings for the Week of October 17 to 23

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Thursday

Lectures

Political Police in Moscow-with Jonathan Daly, graduate student fellow with the Russian Research Center. In room 4 at Coolidge Hall at noon.

The Life and Work of William James-with Eugene Taylor, associate professor in psychiatry. In lecture room 1 at William James Hall at 3:30 p.m.

Waves, Disks and Dynamos: Angular Momentum Transport in Low Mass Disks-with Ethan Vishniac of the University of Texas. In the Phillips Auditorium at 60 Garden St. at 4 p.m.

The Southern Tradition in Conservative Political Thought-with Eugene Genovese, distinguished scholar in residence at the University Center in Georgia. In room 210 at Emerson Hall at 5 p.m.

October 1991-with Professor Helene Cixous of the Universite de Paris VII and College de Philosophie. In the Boylston Hall auditorium at 5:30 p.m.

Being Gay and Jewish: One Person's Story- with David Passer. At Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel at 74 Mt. Auburn St. at 6:15 p.m.

Futurist Collage and Free Word Poetry in the Service of War-with Christine Poggi, assistant professor of the history of art at the University of Pennsylvania. In Piper Auditorium at Gund Hall at 6:30 p.m.

Music

Violinist Daniel Stepner and fortepianist John Gibbons-perform an all-Mozart program. Tickets are $12, $6 for students, available at the door. In Houghton Library at 8 p.m.

Theater

Other People's Money-the story of a corporate raider's attempt to take over a New England business, presented by the Poets' Theater. For tickets call 496-8400. At the Hasty Pudding, 12 Holyoke St.

Miscellaneous

Turning In On Pulsars-an "Observatory Night" with Ramesh Narayan of the Center for Astrophysics. In the Phillips Auditorium of the Center for Astrophysics at 60 Garden St. Call 495-7461. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the program begins at 8 p.m.

Friday

Lectures

Corporate Gangsters in a Sub-Tropical Place: The Origins of American Corporate Intervention on the South African Rand, 1897-1914-with John Higginson of the department of history at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. In room 1 at Coolidge Hall at 12:30 p.m.

The Book of Ruth and the Myth of Psyche-with Carol Gilligan. At the Harvard-Radcliffe at 74 Mt. Auburn St. at 8:30 p.m.

Theater

Lysistrata-a Hollywood adaption of Aristophanes' comedy presnted by the Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club at the American Repertory Theater at 64 Brattle St. in Cambridge. Tickets are $7, $5 for students. Call 547-8300. At 8 p.m.

Other People's Money-the story of a corporate raider's attempt to take over a New England business, presented by the Poets' Theater. For tickets call 496-8400. At the Hasty Pudding, 12 Holyoke St.

Film

The Gulf War and After-with filmmaker-in-person Elia Suleiman. At the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at 24 Quincy St. at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5, $4 for students. Call 495-4700 for details.

Women from South Lebanon-by directors Jean Chamoun and Mai Masri. At the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at 24 Quincy St. at 9 p.m. Tickets are $5, $4 for students. Call 495-4700 for details.

Saturday

Theater

Lysistrata-a Hollywood adaption of Aristophanes' comedy presnted by the Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club at the American Repertory Theater at 64 Brattle St. in Cambridge. Tickets are $7, $5 for students. Call 547-8300. At 8 p.m.

Other People's Money-the story of a corporate raider's attempt to take over a New England business, presented by the Poets' Theater. For tickets call 496-8400. At the Hasty Pudding, 12 Holyoke St.

Sunday

Theater

Other People's Money-the story of a corporate raider's attempt to take over a New England business, presented by the Poets' Theater. For tickets call 496-8400. At the Hasty Pudding, 12 Holyoke St.

Film

The Big Sky-by director Howard Hawkes, part of the Harvard-Epworth Film Series. At the Harvard-Epworth United Methodist Church at 1555 Mass. Ave. at 8 p.m. A $3 contribution is requested.

Music

The Boston Quartet-presents a free concert of chamber music for piano and strings. In Paine Hall at 3 p.m.

Monday

Lectures

Beginnings of Spanish Rule in America: Columbus' Viceroyalty-with Juan Gil, historian with the University of Seville in Spain. In room 2 at Coolidge Hall at noon.

Value Focused Thinking-with Professor Ralph Keeney of the University of Southern California. In Cumnock 330 at the Harvard Business School at 4 p.m.

Tuesday

Lectures

Cascading Challenges to Democracy in Peru-with Scott Palmer, professor of political science at Boston University. In room 2 at Coolidge Hall at noon.

Gender Differences in Career Self-Efficacy Among Black Undergraduates-with psychologist Sharon Mitchell of the Boston University Counseling Center. At the Murray Research Center in Radcliffe Yard at noon.

Missing the Iran Arms Story-a brown bag lunch with John Wallach, foreign editor of The Hearst Newspapers. In Taubman 275 at the Kennedy School of Government at noon.

Wednesday

Lectures

The Challenges of Raising Bilingual Children- with Catherine Snow, professor of education with the Graduate School of Education. In the Eliot-Lyman Room in Longfellow Hall at noon.

The Criminal and Saintly Body: Autopsy and Dissection in Renaissance Italy-with Katharine Park, Bunting Fellow in the History of Science. At the Bunting Institute at 34 Concord Ave. at 4 p.m.

Women and Academic Medecine: Is There Room at the Top?-with Dr. Frances Conley, a neurosurgeon with the Stanford University Medical School. In Longfellow Hall at 8 p.m.

Theater

Monster in a Box-Spalding Gray's latest stage monologue, a story within a story "about a man who can't write a book about a man who can't take a vacation," presented by the Poets' Theater through Oct. 27. For tickets call 496-8400. At the Hasty Pudding, 12 Holyoke St.

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