Goldstein Program in Public Affairs

Archive: 2001-2002


  • Lecture, “Operation Black Vote,” Simon Wooley, National Coordinator, Operation Black Vote, United Kingdom
  • Symposium on National Missile Defense, James Lindsey, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, The Brookings Institution; Jack Spencer, Policy Analyst, Defense & National Security, The Heritage Foundation; Col. Andrew Fallon, US Army (Ret.)
  • Lecture, “Risk and Return in Emerging Markets: A U.S. Investor in Nicaragua,” Dr. Alvin Drischler, Leucadia Investment Corporation
  • Lecture, “A Conversation with Kweisi Mfume,” President and CEO, NAACP
  • Lecture, “The Way Things Get Done in Washington: The Challenge to Government and Business since 9/11,” Jeff Birnbaum, Washington, DC Bureau Chief, Fortune Magazine
  • Lecture, “Soul Music: The Importance of Music in a Democratic World,” Eliot Fisk (co-sponsored)
  • Lecture, “Post-Primitive Art: A Global Tale,” Shelly Errington, University of California at Santa Cruz
  • Lecture, “The Changing Face of U.S. Politics,” Anita Perez Ferguson, Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow
  • Lecture, “Dilemmas of Successful Capitalism,” Dr. Alice Rivlin, Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution (co-sponsored)
  • Lecture, “The Growing Threat to Civil Liberties in the USA: from Nixon to 9/11, Christian Parenti, Author, “Lockdown America: Police and Prisons in the Age of Crisis”