Critical Lectures in AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY
Recent U.S. Government policy choices have far-reaching implications for both the U.S. and the rest of the global community. The Earth Institute at Columbia University continues its new series, Critical Lectures in American Foreign Policy, where highly distinguished scholars challenge prevailing assumptions and conventional wisdom of U.S. foreign policy actions.
Eric Foner, Dewitt Clinton Professor of History, Columbia University
Rashid Khalidi, Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies, Middle East Institute, Columbia University
Mahmood Mamdani, Herbert Lehman Professor of Anthropology, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University
Jeffrey D. Sachs, Director of The Earth Institute at Columbia University
Good Muslim, Bad Muslim: America, the Cold War and the Roots of Terror
Tuesday, February 15, 6:00 p.m.
Herbert Lehman Professor of Anthropology, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University
Low Memorial Library, Faculty Room (Main Floor)
535 W. 116th Street (between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue)
Register for the February 15, 2005 lecture
By the Rivers of Babylon: America, Israel and the Occupation of Iraq
Wednesday, March 2, 6:00 p.m.
Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania
Faculty House, President's Room (2nd Floor)
400 W. 117th Street (between Amsterdam Avenue and Morningside Drive)
Register for the March 2, 2005 lecture
America and Islamic Revivalism in the Gulf
Thursday, April 7, 6:00 p.m.
Professor of History, University of Michigan
International Affairs Building, Kellogg Conference Center (15th Floor)
420 W. 118th Street (Between Amsterdam Avenue and Morningside Drive)
Register for the April 7, 2005 lecture
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Critical Lectures in American Foreign Policy
Earth Institute lecture series takes a fresh look at U.S. role in the world (News Release - 10/04/04)