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« 2009 Schedule | Participants

4001 RADIO BROADCAST A Public Affair Torture and Rendition to Fight Terror


4101 PLENARY DUET Salsa y Sabor: The Browning of America (Bilingual in English and Spanish)


4102 DUET Music: The Art of Composing


4112 Abuse: Doctors, Dealers and Dopers


4160 Guantanamo Baywatch: The Final Season?


4161 Sacred Literature and Mythic Folklore


4162 The Basic Incompatibility Between Religion and Science


4163 When the Well Runs Dry: Dwindling Resources and International Conflict


4164 Europe and America: Do We Share the Same World


4211 Guantanamo Bay: The Future of Military Policy


4212 The Next Four Years: Too Many Hopes on One Man's Shoulders


4300A PLENARY Democratization of the Arab World

    11:00-11:50 on Thursday April 9, 2009
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Hamid Khan

4301 ARTFUL DUET The Brothers G

    11:00-12:20 on Thursday April 9, 2009
    Grusin Music Hall
    Panelists: Moderator: Bal Patterson

4312 Joe the Plumber Got a Book Deal. I Want Mine!


4313 When a Man Loves a Woman...


4314 How the Spirit Moves Me


4315 Post-partisan Depression


4361 DUET How to Fix the Financial System (Harvard vs. Yale)


4400A PLENARY Breast Cancer

    12:00-12:50 on Thursday April 9, 2009
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Jane Brautigam

4461 Who Owns the Creative Commons


4462 The U.S.—Extreme Image Makeover


4463 There's No Place Like Home: Current Refugees


4464 Libertarians, Progressives, Communists: Political Outliers


4465 Financial Cents for Dummies: The Plastic Generation


4466 Help! My Mom Friended Me on Facebook!


4500A WALTER ORR ROBERTS DISTINGUISHED LECTURE Climate Threat to the Planet: Implications for Intergenerational and Environmental Justice

    1:00-1:50 on Thursday April 9, 2009
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Rick Anthes

    In Cooperation with the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research


4561 Coddled Kids and Overprotective Parents


4600A HOWARD HIGMAN MEMORIAL PLENARY Bourgeois Virtues: Is Capitalism Ethical

    2:00-2:50 on Thursday April 9, 2009
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Phil DiStefano

4601 ARTFUL DUET Rhythm

    2:00-2:50 on Thursday April 9, 2009
    UMC 235
    Panelists: Moderator: Beverly Title

4611 Youth Vote 2008: Now What?


4613 The Truth About Torture


4614 Living with Layoffs


4616 What Makes a Leader


4761 Ending the War on Science


4762 Tweet Me, Blog Me, Poke Me


4763 Booray for Hollywood: It's Not That Glam Behind the Scenes


4765 Media: Biased or Balanced


4766 In My Solitude


4801 STORYTELLING How to Train a Goldfish

    4:00-4:50 on Thursday April 9, 2009
    Old Main Chapel
    Panelists:

4831 INTERRUPTUS III Chop Shop


4911 To the Moon or Mars


4981 RADIO BROADCAST It's the Economy: The Second Depression