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« 2003 Schedule | Participants

3000 The Three Ages of Women (KGNU Radio Broadcast 88.5 FM)


3100 Alternative Fuel


3101 Dot Coms' Financial Meltdown


3102 The End of an Independent Free Press


3103 From Homer to The Simpsons: The Epic in Popular Culture


3105 Alternative Medicine: Replacement, Augmentation or Bunk


3106 Art as Social Change


3107 A Bio-Terrorism Attack: Is the U.S. Ready?


3108 Human Rights and Cultural Relativism: African, Arab, and Asian Perspectives


3200A PLENARY The Search for Life Beyond Earth

    10:00-11:00 on Wednesday April 9, 2003
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Joe Roming

3200B Perceptions Etrangères des Etats-Unis et de la France (A Panel in French)


3201 Nicole Kidman's Nose and Other Burning Issues in Digital Filmmaking


3202 Unity in Community


3300 Science, Racism and Eugenics


3301 Terrorism Versus Security: The Role of the Global Middle Class


3303 GWB: Hero at Home—Gunslinger Overseas


3304 The Playstation Age


3305 Got Duct Tape: The Culture of Fear


3306 Who Will Support the Arts—Nobody


3307 Going to Find Myself


3312 Matters of Actual Music: Songwriting and Improvisation


3400 Wrongs Being Done to Our Rights


3400A PLENARY Don't Despair, America is Still Out There

    12:00-1:00 on Wednesday April 9, 2003
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Richard Byyny

3401 Strings and Hands: The Connection Between Practice and Performance


3500 Foreign Policy by Press Conference


3501 Party of Poets


3502 Just Can't Get Enough: Violence and Sex in Film


3503 The New Europe—Fledgling Powerhouse


3504 What it Means to Be an American


3505 DUET Underground Playground: A Sampling Session


3506 Recidivism


3507 DUET Earth and Faith


3600A PLENARY Zambia and the Democratization of Southern Africa

    2:00-3:00 on Wednesday April 9, 2003
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Wellington Webb

3600B Home and Exile—New Meaning of Diaspora


3700 Horror Cinema and Contemporary Social Issues


3701 PERFORMANCE My Favorite Characters: How They Taught Me

    3:00-4:30 on Wednesday April 9, 2003
    Old Main Chapel
    Panelists: Moderator: Caroline Thompson

3702 Dumbing Down the News: Who Watches this S**T?


3703 Youth Obesity in a Fat Phobic Culture


3704 Jazzzz...at Buckingham Palace


3705 The Art of the Interview


3706 War as a Catalyst for Reforming the Arab World


3707 Negating Affirmative Action


3708 We Need Our Pets More Than They Need Us


3800 TEA AND STORYTELLING Palestinian Stories of Humor and Peace

    4:00-5:00 on Wednesday April 9, 2003
    UMC Aspen Room
    Panelists:
    Moderator: Randy Compton

3801 Interruptus II: Floating Weeds

    4:00-6:00 on Wednesday April 9, 2003
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists:

3802 The Musical Journey of Women (A Multimedia Presentation)

    7:00-8:30 on Wednesday April 9, 2003
    Old Main Chapel
    Panelists: Moderator: Nurieh Glasgow

3803 CONCERT New Acoustic-Celtic-Bluegrass Music