Category Archives: Previous Events
“Fanaticism: Changing Grounds, Expressions, and Dynamics” March 31, 2005 * Rhetoric and the Political Unconscious: Democracy and Fundamentalism in the Berlin Republic — Volker Kaiser, Department of German * Fanaticism and the Rhetorics of Evil — Jennifer L. Geddes, Department … Continue reading
Fanaticism: Issues of Definition, Changing Forms and Major Messages March 24, 2004 Panelists: Volker Kaiser Lisa Aronson Daniel Lefkowitz Yuri Urbanovich Holly Donahue Moderated by R.S. Khare, Center Director “On the Origins of Fanaticism — Approaching a Definition” Volker Kaiser, … Continue reading
Explaining Tuskegee: Eugenics, Public Health and the University of Virginia November 11, 2003 This panel will be led by Professor Paul Lombardo from the Institute of Law and Psychiatry and Gregory Dorr, Ph.D. candidate in the History Department. The roundtable … Continue reading
Genetic Engineering and Eugenics: Facing Old Issues that Never Went Away November 14, 2002 Speakers: Dr. Paul Lombardo, Dir. Law & Medicine Ctr. for Biomedical Ethics Dr. John Fletcher, Professor Emeritus of Biomedical Ethics Dr. John C. Herr, Dir. Ctr. … Continue reading
Undergraduate Student-Faculty Colloquium – Deciphering the Other in Times of Trauma: Problems in Representation and Communication November 19, 2001 Four undergraduate students and two faculty members led the colloquium for open-ended discussions in the aftermath of September Eleven Developments.