Goldstein Program in Public Affairs

Archive: 2000-2001


  • Lecture, “The Civil Rights Movement: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow,” Judy Richardson, Activist, Educator, and Award-winning Producer of “Eyes on the Prize”
  • Lecture, “Succeeding as a Dot.Org Man in a Dot.Com Society: The Value of Idealism and a Liberal Education,” Bruce Collins, Corporate Vice-President and General Counsel for C-SPAN
  • Symposium, “Strategic Partners or Competitors? U.S. and China in the New Era,” Dr. Minxin Pei, Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and Dr. Bates Gill, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, The Brookings Institution
  • Lecture, “Caesar Rodney of Delaware and the American Revolution,” Jane Scott, Author
  • Lecture, “Race Matters,” Dr. Cornel West, Harvard University
  • Lecture, “Leading the Band or Dancing Along? The Essential Role of Citizens in New Democracies,” Dr. Ramon Daubon, Senior Associate, Kettering Foundation, Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow
  • Lecture, “The Effect of Globalization on Migration,” Dr. Ana Maria Aragones, National Autonomous University of Mexico
  • Symposium, “Globalization Revisited: Contemporary Alternatives to Capitalism,” Humberto Miranda Lorenzo, Researcher, and Gilberto Valdes Gutierrez, Associate Professor, Institute of Philosophy, Havana, Cuba
  • Lecture, “Breaking the News: How the Media Undermine Democracy,” James Fallows, Author and Former Editor, U.S. News and World Report
  • Lecture, “Restorative Justice: ‘Ubuntu’ Revisited,” Linda and Peter Biehl
  • Lecture, “The Future of Network News,” Bob Faw, National Correspondent for NBC Nightly News