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« 2004 Schedule | Participants

3000 Tell Down the Walls: Listening to Others' Stories


3100 Science Friction: When Politics Trumps Science


3101 What Happens When You Can Make a Movie For $178


3102 Preemptive Foreign Policy


3103 Big Banks to Piggy Banks: Funding Around the World


3104 Palestinians and Israelis: Building Economic and Political Bridges


3105 Sex, Consent and Responsibility


3106 What Our Children Learn From Us That We Don't Teach Them


3107 Islam and Democracy


3200 La Vieille Europe (A Panel en Français)


3201 Globalization: The Effect of Free Trade on Developing Countries


3202 Governing Without Money


3300 U.S. Obsession With the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict


3301 GOP Spending Spree


3302 Male Brain/Female Brain: The Essential Difference


3303 Humor and the Hard Truth: Taking the Edge Off


3304 Dying to Cover the News


3305 On the Road Again: A Musician's Life for Me!


3306 The Cost of Post-Conflict Reconstruction


3400A PLENARY: New World, New Mind: The Social Artist as Agent of Change

    12:00-1:00 on Wednesday April 7, 2004
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Sue Deans

3500 SELECTED READINGS: Stories on Stage


3500A PLENARY: Addicted to Failure: Drug War Politics and Prospects for Change

    1:00-2:00 on Wednesday April 7, 2004
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Ved Nanda

3501 Technology Empowering Democracy


3502 The Best Coverage Money Can Buy


3503 Gay or Straight: Marriage Is What Happens When You Get Out of Bed


3504 The New, New World Order: EU Expansion


3505 Neocolonialism


3506 Global Response to Terrorism


3507 Indigenous Groups and the Struggle for Independence


3600 ARTFUL TRIO


3601 The Place of Wisdom in the Post-Modern World


3602 "Marriage is a Civil Right: Gay, Straight, Black or White!"


3603 Measuring Up to the MTV Standard: Media and Body Image


3604 My Favorite Play


3700 Can Alternative Resources Solve Our Energy Crisis?


3701 The Ripple Effects of Asian Growth and Consumption


3702 Selling American Capitalism Around the World


3703 How The White House Will Be Won


3705 Palestinians and Israelis: Landscape, Voice and Memory


3706 Pills: The Quick Fix to Health


3707 Science and Art: Cosmic Similarities


3800 TEA AND STORYTELLING: Tricksters and Truth for Grown-Ups of All Ages

    4:00-5:00 on Wednesday April 7, 2004
    UMC Aspen Room
    Panelists: Moderator: Len Barron

3802 ARTFUL DUET: Jazz, the Sophisticated Lady

    4:00-5:00 on Wednesday April 7, 2004
    Old Main Chapel
    Panelists: Moderator: David Fulker

3803 Environment - The Forgotten Headline


3811 Interruptus II: The Rules of the Game

    4:00-6:00 on Wednesday April 7, 2004
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: