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« 2001 Schedule | Participants

3001 Who's Listening: Writers, Audience, and Radio Waves

    8:30am-9:30am on Wednesday April 11, 2001
    Penny Lane Coffee House (simulcast on KGNU Radio 88.5 FM)
    Panelists: Moderator: Joe Richey

3101 Women Up = Men Down


3102 Weapons of Mass Destruction: Is Deterrence Possible?


3103 HIV: Learn or Die


3104 Bottom Up: Human Capital in Development


3105 Poets in Exile: When You Can't Go Home Again


3201 Big Brother: Privacy and Consumerism


3202 West Wing: Civics for the Masses


3203 Foreign Expressions: Writing Poetry in Another Language

    10:00am-11:30am on Wednesday April 11, 2001
    Coors Events Center Room 2
    Panelists: Moderator: Anselm Hollo

3204 Much Too Young to Feel this Damn Old


3205 Hairy Palms Make You Go Blind


3301 The Making of a D.J.: A Music Workshop

    11:00am-12:00pm on Wednesday April 11, 2001
    Imig C199
    Panelists: Moderator: Tom Riis

3302 Screenwriting 101


3303 Modern Disasters: How Natural Are They


3304 Culture War: Sound-Bite Society Versus Classical Arts


3305 Hate Crimes and Political Violence


3306 Dubya and the Death Penalty


3401 People, Perceptions and Policy in US-China Relations

    12:00pm-1:00pm on Wednesday April 11, 2001
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: William Wei

3402 Creating a Myth: Interactive African and World Storytelling

    12:00pm-1:00pm on Wednesday April 11, 2001
    Humanities Lounge
    Panelists: Moderator: Karen Cockburn

3403 Science and Technology Go to the Movies


3404 Mesoamerican Literature of Resistance: Then and Now


3405 Should Stupid People Vote?


3501 Building Community or Building Walls


3502 Creating a Family: Adoption


3503 Poets' Living Room (A Salon)


3504 Controlling the Matrix: A Look at Our High Tech Future


3505 Reproductive Choices at Home and Abroad


3601 The CIA Analysis of the Soviet Union During the Cold War

    2:00pm-3:00pm on Wednesday April 11, 2001
    Old Main Chapel
    Panelists: Moderator: R. J. Peterson

3602 How To Tell a Joke


3603 Atlantic Rim Music: The Brazilians


3604 Globalization: What Is It Good For


3605 Landmines: On Dangerous Ground


3606 If You're Menstruating, You're Not Thin Enough


3701 The 50's and 60's on the Boulder Campus


3702 Empowerment and Responsibility: The Role of Victim in Society


3703 Latin America: Can Democracy and Development Salsa?


3704 Russia 2010: The Putin Legacy


3705 Politics, Literature, and Social Change


3706 The Pressures of Celebrity on Relationships and Family


3707 Independent Media: The Heart of the Progressive Movement


3801 Living With Ecstasy: Fear, Scapegoating and the Social Construction of Drug Abuse

    4:00pm-5:00pm on Wednesday April 11, 2001
    UMC Center Ballroom
    Panelists: Moderator: Ron Stump

3802 Fight Club: Interruptus II

    4:00pm-6:00pm on Wednesday April 11, 2001
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists:

3803 The Genome Project: You'll Never Walk a Clone


3804 Composing: Give Me a Note


3805 A Performance of Prose and Poetry

    4:00pm-5:00pm on Wednesday April 11, 2001
    Old Main Chapel
    Panelists: Moderator: Lee Potts

3900 Poetry Reading


3901 Covering Democracy: Who Sets the Agenda


3902 Film Screening: Dark Days

    7:30pm-9:30pm on Wednesday April 11, 2001
    Muenzinger E050
    Panelists: Moderator: Pablo Kjolseth

3903 The Past, the Future and the Biology of Memory Structure

    8:00pm-9:00pm on Wednesday April 11, 2001
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Richard Byyny; Howard Wachtel