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« 2002 Schedule | Participants

2101 Beyond Traditional International Conflict Resolution


2102 Hopemongering


2103 Does My Father Have to Die in Pain and Suffering?


2104 Unilateralism in Foreign Policy: Costing the U.S. Friends


2105 Mad Science in the Movies


2106 Parenting Should Require a License


2107 Funding: Fear No Art$


2108 Ethics in Science and Public Policy: Going, Going, Gone


2109 Is Virtual Sex Cheating?


2110 Access of Evil: PACs, Enron and Campaign Reform


2209 Party of Poets


2300 ARIA The End of Human Rights

    11:00am-12:00pm on Tuesday April 9, 2002
    UMC Center Ballroom
    Panelists: Moderator: Louise Romero

2301 Environmental Ethics and Corporate Whistleblowers


2302 Visit South Asia Before it Glows


2303 Women's Way of Business


2304 The Colour of Euro Money


2401 Middle Eastern Cinema


2402 Finding Your Purpose in a Changed World

    12:30pm-2:00pm on Tuesday April 9, 2002
    Henderson Museum Dinosaur Hall
    Panelists: Moderator: Peggy Wrenn

2403 Practicing Activist Law


2404 Espionage, the CIA and Hart-Rudman: What Went Wrong


2405 Here Comes the Globalization Train (Wreck)


2406 Being Gay: Location, Location, Location


2407 Why We Watch: Privileging the Visual


2408 It Must be True; I Read It On the Internet


2600 ARIA Energy Efficiency and Substitution

    2:00pm-3:00pm on Tuesday April 9, 2002
    Engineering 1B40
    Panelists: Moderator: Donald Blake

2601 Mental Health and Illness: Crossing the Hemispheres


2602 War and Environment: Government Accountability


2603 God and Justice


2604 An Eye for an Eye: Israel and Palestine


2605 Poets Keep the Language Alive


2606 Art: An Exploration of Design


2607 Childrearing Challenges


2700 ARIA Demonizing Adolescent Girls

    3:30pm-4:30pm on Tuesday April 9, 2002
    UMC 235
    Panelists: Moderator: Janet Jacobs

2701 Patriotism: Fashion or Fear


2702 International Development, Micro-Style


2703 Presto! Where Did All the Presedential Press Conferences Go?


2704 Can Volunteers Save the World?


2705 Villains and Villainettes: Evil in the Arts


2706 Control Freaks: You Can Always Get What You Want


2801 Tea and Transport to an African Story Landscape

    4:00pm-5:00pm on Tuesday April 9, 2002
    UMC Aspen Room
    Panelists: Moderator: David McCormick

2802 Interruptus I: Mulholland Drive

    4:00pm-6:00pm on Tuesday April 9, 2002
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists:

2803 PLENARY CIA Analysis of the Soviet Union During the Cold War

    4:30pm-5:30pm on Tuesday April 9, 2002
    UMC 235
    Panelists: Moderator: R. J. Peterson

2901 Art of Reviewing


2902 JAZZ CONCERT The Musical Legacy of Spike Robinson