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Women's Rights, Family Values, and the Polarization of American Political Culture

May 09, 2011 to May 15, 2011
Sonya Michel is director of the Woodrow Wilson Center's United States Studies program. Marjorie Spruill is a Wilson Center Fellow and a Professor of History at the University of South Carolina.

Law Day 2011: The American Lawyer Ideal

May 09, 2011 to May 15, 2011
Carrie Menkel-Meadow is a Professor of Law, Dispute Resolution and Civil Procedure at Georgetown University Law Center and is also Chancellors Professor of Law at the University of California Irvine School of Law. Kenneth Mack is Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. He is currently a visiting Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center.

Integrating Development: A Livelihood Approach to Population, Health, and the Environment

May 02, 2011 to May 08, 2011
Geoff Dabelko, Director of the Wilson Centers Environmental Change and Security Program, Roger-Mark De Souza, Vice President for Research and Director of the Climate Program for Population Action International, and George Strunden, Vice President of Africa Programs for the Jane Goodall Institute.

The Iran Primer

May 01, 2011 to May 07, 2011
Editor Robin Wright and contributor Haleh Esfandiari join John Milewski for a discussion of this critical new tool for practitioners, policymakers, academics, and students.

Taking the Temperature of the Recovery

May 01, 2011 to May 07, 2011
Amy Wilkinson is a senior fellow at Harvard University's Center for Business and Government and a public policy scholar at the Wilson Center. She's in the process of writing a book on entrepreneurship. Roy Culpeper is a scholar with the Wilson Center's Canada Institute and is also a distinguished research fellow with the North-South Institute. His project at the Center is focused on financial sector policy and development in the wake of the global economic crisis.

Integrating Development: A Livelihood Approach to Population, Health, and the Environment

Apr 18, 2011 to Apr 24, 2011
Geoff Dabelko, Director of the Wilson Centers Environmental Change and Security Program, Roger-Mark De Souza, Vice President for Research and Director of the Climate Program for Population Action International, and George Strunden, Vice President of Africa Programs for the Jane Goodall Institute.

Taking the Temperature of the Recovery

Apr 11, 2011 to Apr 17, 2011
Amy Wilkinson is a senior fellow at Harvard University's Center for Business and Government and a public policy scholar at the Wilson Center. She's in the process of writing a book on entrepreneurship. Roy Culpeper is a scholar with the Wilson Center's Canada Institute and is also a distinguished research fellow with the North-South Institute. His project at the Center is focused on financial sector policy and development in the wake of the global economic crisis.

Japan's Nuclear Nightmare

Apr 04, 2011 to Apr 10, 2011
Robert Hathaway is director of the Wilson Center's Asia program. Bob served for 12 years on the staff for the foreign affairs committee of the US House of Representatives. Robert Litwak is the Center's vice president for programs and director of International Security Studies. A former director of non-proliferation for the National Security Council, Rob is also a consultant to the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Nobuo Fukuda is the Japan scholar at the Wilson Center. Nobuo is a journalist with more than 25 years of experience with the Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun.

In Search of Political Leadership

Apr 04, 2011 to Apr 10, 2011
Aaron Miller is a former Middle East negotiator for republican and democratic administrations having served as an advisor to 6 secretaries of state. He's currently a public policy scholar here at the Woodrow Wilson Center. Stephan Richter is the publisher and editor in chief of The Globalist, the daily online magazine on the global economy, politics and culture which he founded and launched in January 2000. He's also president of The Globalist Research Center.

The Story of Spin

Mar 28, 2011 to Apr 03, 2011
David is a professor of history and media studies at Rutgers University. He's also an author and journalist. He's written the "History Lesson" column for Slate since 1998, and has been a contributing editor for The New Republic. Currently, as a fellow at the Wilson Center, he's working on a project titled, "The Story of Spin: Presidential Persuasion from Theodore Roosevelt to George W. Bush."

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