This conference is free and open to the public!
DAY 1: Thursday, October 13th,
LOCATION: UNIVERSITY CENTER, TISHMAN AUDITORIUM, 63 FIFTH AVENUE, NY. NY
Session I: 6:00 – 7:30 PM
David Bromwich, Sterling Professor of English, Yale University
INTRODUCTION: Kenneth Prewitt, Carnegie Professor of Public Affairs, Special Advisor to the President, Columbia University
DAY 2: Friday, October 14th
LOCATION: THERESA LANG CENTER, 55 W. 13TH STREET, NY, NY
SESSION II: 10 AM – 12:00 PM
Rosalind C. Morris, Professor of Anthropology and Director of Graduate Studies, Columbia University
Akeel Bilgrami, Sidney Morgenbesser Professor of Philosophy, Committee on Global Thought
Director, South Asian Institute, Columbia University
Alan Ryan, Former Warden of New College, University of Oxford
Moderator: James E. Miller, Professor of Politics and Liberal Studies and Special Advisor to Provost; The New School for Social Research
SESSION III: 1:00 PM – 3 PM
THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
Steven G. Brint, Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Public Policy at the University of California, Riverside
Arthur Lupia, Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan
Richard A. Shweder, Harold H. Swift Distinguished Service Professor of Human Development, University of Chicago
Moderator: Ira Katznelson, Ruggles Professor of Political Science and History, Columbia University
SESSION IV: 3:30 PM – 6:00 PM
THE NATURAL SCIENCES
Wolfgang Rohe, Executive Director, Stiftung Mercator
Daniel L. Goroff, Vice President and Program Director, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation (Co-presenter Joshua M. Greenberg, Program Director, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation)
Daniel Kevles, Stanley Woodward Professor Emeritus of History, History of Medicine & American Studies; Yale University
Moderator: Kenneth Prewitt, Carnegie Professor of Public Affairs, Special Advisor to the President, Columbia University
This event will be livestreamed
*registration does not guarantee a seat. please be sure to arrive 15 minutes prior to each session to find seating.
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