"Gender, Time, and Changing Family Life: What Do We (Think We) Know," a lecture by
Suzanne Bianchi, Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Dorothy Meier Chair in Social Equities at UCLA
Bassekou Kouyaté and Ngoni Ba: a concert by the Malian musical sensation
Foro Latinoamericano 2010: "The Neoliberal Agneda Reconsidered: Poverty and Inequality in Latin America"
Janice Perlman, President of Mega-Cities, a global non-profit
James McGuire, Professor of Government, Wesleyan University
Moises Arce, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Missouri
Dialogos 1 - Faculty Research Exchange
"Photographic Theory in 1920's Madrid," a lecture by Humberto Huergo, Professor of Spanish, with comments by John Schott, James Woodward Strong Professor of the Liberal Arts and Professor of Cinema and Media Studies
"El ocaso del mito de Don Juan, reflexiones sobre Don Juan en la literatura del fin de siglo XIX," a lecture by José Lasaga, Professor of Philosophy at the Institute of Bachillerato Lope de Vega de Madrid, Doctor of Philosophy from the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid and Professor-Researcher at the Fundación José Ortega y Gasset
Dialogos 2 - Faculty Research Exchange
"The Ideas of Elinor Ostrom and Vincent Ostrom: Self-Government and Complexity of the Commons," a presentation by Barbara Allen, Professor of Political Science, and Tun Myint, Assistant Professor of Political Science. Elinor Ostrom, Arthur F. Bentley Professor of Political Science at Indiana University in Bloomington, is the first woman to win the Nobel Prize in Economics (2009).