Goldstein Program in Public Affairs

Archive: Fall 2008

Fall 2008

  • 9/24/08 - Professor Lucas Gonzalez, Department of Political Science and International Studies, Universidad Catolica Argentina. “Brazil: Public Policy, Poverty, and Inequality.”
  • 10/2/08 - Philip Gourevitch, Author of We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will be Killed With Your Families and co-author of Standard Operating Procedure. “War Lit.”
  • 10/14/08 - Professor Richard Wolff, Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts. “Social Investing: Big Money, Big Flaws, and Big Possibilities.”
  • 10/23/08 - Stephen Hess, Senior fellow Emeritus at Brookings Institution, Research Professor of Media and Public Affairs, George Washington University, author ofMedia and the War on Terrorism and The Little Book of Campaign EtiquetteUSA Today columnist, “The Hess Report.” “Presidential Transitions: The Strange History of Hitting the Ground Stumbling.”
  • 11/11/08 - David Greenlee, Ambassador to Bolivia 2002-2006, Ambassador to Paraguay 2002, Special Coordinator for Haiti, Department of State 1997-1999, U.S. Delegate and Chair of the Israel-Lebanon Monitoring Group 1996-1997. “The Politics of Poverty in Latin America: Bolivia as a Paradigm.”