offers a number of events and lectures open to the public each week. Here's a look at what's going on this week.
Tuesday, Oct. 25
, 11 a.m. at 815 Houston Mill Rd. NE
Following his lecture "Jesus: Magician or Healer" as a part of the series "Jesus Against Himself: From Itinerant Galilan to Christ of God and Back Again," award-winning author and Boston Globe columnist will host a luncheon conversation.
Space is limited and registration is required. Register here.
, 7:30 p.m. at , 1390 Oxford Rd. NE
The Emory Dance Program presents Dance for Reel: An evening of dance on camera. This event is curated by Blake Beckham (’01) and co-sponsored by the Department of Film and Media Studies. A thought-provoking presentation of works from the Dance Films Association.
Wednesday, Oct. 26
, 6 p.m. at , 540 Asbury Cir.
Award-winning poet D.A. Powell will read and sign books in the Jones Room at the Woodruff Library on the Emory University campus.
, 7:30 p.m. at , 1160 North Decatur Rd. NE
Pulitzer Prize winning authors Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein will discusss the impact of Watergate on present-day politics. A question and answer session will follow the lecture. Signed books will be available for purchase.
, 7:30 p.m. at 301 Dowman Dr. NE
As a part of the Emory Cinematheque Series: “Dark Streets and Dangerous Dames." Directed by George Marshall and released by Paramount in 1946. Produced by John Houseman; written by Raymond Chandler; cinematography by Lionel Lindon; starring Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake, William Bendix.
Thursday, Oct. 27
, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at , 515 S Kilgo Cir. NE
Emory University's Candler School of Theology celebrates the 400th anniversary of the publication of the King James Bible and welcomes Jürgen Moltmann, one of the world’s most prominent theologians with the 24th annual Reformation Day. It will take the theme "Luther and the Translation of the Bible," and include lectures, musical presentations, and worship.
, 8 p.m. at , 1700 N Decatur Rd. NE
Violinist and two-time Grammy award-winning soloist Hilary Hahn will be joined by Ukrainian-born Valentina Lisitsa on the piano. The duo will perform selections from Bach, Beethoven and Brahms.
Cost: $56; Discount categories, $44; Emory students, $10