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« 2004 Schedule | Participants

2001 Our Kids, Drugs and the Law


2100 Crossing the Lines of African Cultures


2101 Educational Fixes That Backfire


2102 Spirituality and Healing


2103 All Political Lies Are Not Equal


2104 How Many People Are Too Many People?


2105 Insurance Companies vs. Patients


2106 Leaks, Sources and Embedded Journalists


2107 Money and Power in Latin America


2108 Success, Failure and Fallout in Afghanistan


2109 Achieving Aesthetic Distance: Art and Philosophy


2200 Apathetic Youth: Revolted by Revolution


2300 Exploring Mars and Beyond...So What?


2301 What's Race Got to Do With It?


2302 Juvenile Delinquency: It's Not My Fault


2303 SARS, AIDS, Mad Cow, Ebola: Mother Nature's Weapons of Mass Destruction


2304 Acting Techniques for the Drama of Everyday Life


2305 Alternative Media: Attack of the Blogs


2306 Rush to Judgment: Trial by Press


2307 Tangled Web: European and American Ties


2308 DUET: Growing Up Palestinian


2400 Sketchy Politics: The Power of the Cartoon


2401 Water, Water Everywhere: Island Culture


2402 Creativity and Survival


2403 From Mystic River to Whale Rider: Dark Movies, Redemptive Movies


2404 The Best of the Best: Excellence in Athletics


2405 L'influenza del Rinascimento Italiano Sull'Artista di oggi (A Panel in Italian)


2500 Establishing Democracy, Enforcing Freedom


2600 MAGIC LANTERN SHOW : The Baghdad Project: 100 Voices, 100 Faces

    2:00-3:00 on Tuesday April 6, 2004
    UMC 235
    Panelists: Moderator: Carla Tuttle

2600A PLENARY: The Politics of Terror

    2:00-3:00 on Tuesday April 6, 2004
    Old Main Chapel
    Panelists: Moderator: Paul Schauer

2601 Sexually Transmitted Diseases: All Risk, No Reward


2602 Four Compassionate Conservatives Share


2603 Outsourcing: Jobs Don't Require Passports


2604 Sex as Public Spectacle


2605 Just and Unjust Wars


2700 Youth Voting: American Idol vs. American President


2701 Demonizing the Enemy - A Long, Lusty Mythic Tradition


2702 Bushwhacking the Environment


2703 Without Art We Die


2704 Changing Nuclear Players: Free Agents and Double Plays


2705 Sacred Sites


2706 DUET: The Multicultural Challenge: So You Think You're Not a Bigot?


2800 TEA AND STORYTELLING: Israeli Folklore for One and All

    4:00-5:00 on Tuesday April 6, 2004
    UMC Aspen Room
    Panelists: Moderator: Sally Bates

2802 Suicide


2811 Interruptus I: The Rules of the Game

    4:00-6:00 on Tuesday April 6, 2004
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists:

2900 The Lost Art of the Tough Question


2901 RADIO BROADCAST: African Perspectives on the U.S. Presidential Election

    6:00-7:00 on Tuesday April 6, 2004
    Live from Penny Lane, 1795 Pearl Street
    Panelists: Moderator: KGNU 88.5 FM

2902 JAZZ CONCERT