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« 2005 Schedule | Participants

3000 RADIO BROADCAST Humanism and Filmmaking

    8:30-9:00 on Wednesday April 6, 2005
    KGNU 88.5 FM Live from Penny Lane 1795 Pearl Street
    Panelists: Moderator: Sara Davidson

3100 Call in the Stunt Guy Animator

3101 Jobs, Free Trade, and the Race to the Bottom

3102 Freedom of the Press

3103 Dogs and Best Friends

3104 What We Don’t Know About Darfur

3105 Stories on Stage

3106 Any Child Left Behind: The State of Education

3107 Will the Wiki Work (Free Online Encyclopedia)

3200 Candidate Hillary: Threat or Gift to the GOP

3300 The State of Jazz: Elephants in the Room

3301 Queer Media Versus Queer Reality

3302 Youth Work Ethic: Overworked or Just Plain Lazy

3303 Right Brain/Left Brain: Creativity, Art, Science

3304 Iraq: What Will Emerge

3305 Hate is More Fun Than Compromise

3306 Materialism–The Black Hole in Our Collective Soul

3400A PLENARY Who Let the Dogs In? Incredible Political Animals I Have Known

    12:00-1:00 on Wednesday April 6, 2005
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Gregory Anderson

3500 Women, Religion, and Culture

3501 Party of Poets

3502 Nanobots: Who, What, Why, When, Where

3503 If China Ruled the World

3504 Market Driven Societies: Buy More, Borrow More, Build More

3505 The Future of Work

3506 Lebanon: Simmering Hotspot

3600 Yo! Like Democracy is SO Not a Spectator Sport

3600A PLENARY Codes: The Key to Purpose and Destiny

    2:00-3:00 on Wednesday April 6, 2005
    Flatirons Theater
    Panelists: Moderator: Paul Voakes

3601 If a Man Speaks and No Woman is Present, Is He Still Wrong?

3602 Selling the Politics of Fear

3603 Scandal in the Media: Payola Pundits, Fake Reporters, and Vigilante Bloggers

3700 Sex: The Good, the Bad, and the Lucky

3701 What We Do In the Name of God

3702 Sweet Success Stories of U.S. Foreign Policy

3703 Honor and Sacrifice: Serving in the U.S. Armed Forces

3704 Growing Grassroots Development

3705 HOWARD HIGMAN MEMORIAL LECTURE “The Playwright and the Atomic World” A Reading of Arthur Miller’s 1956 Keynote Address to the Ninth Annual Conference on World Affairs

3706 Cafe Culture

3800 TEA AND STORYTELLING Driving to the Moon

3801 Rivers

3802 Monopolies, Subsidies, Wal-Mart, and Made in...

3803 Interruptus II: La Dolce Vita

    4:00-6:00 on Wednesday April 6, 2005
    Macky Auditorium

3804 Hail to the Chief: Emerging Leaders in the GOP