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Schedule
 

  Friday, April 11
 
8:00 8:30 AM Breakfast
   
8:30 8:45 AM Introduction and Welcome
Patrice Petro
   
8:45 9:30 AM Roundtable Discussion
Dave Garnham, Alma Guillermoprieto, Rob Ricigliano, Aims McGuinness
   
9:30 9:45 AM Break
   
9:45 11:00 AM

Panel: Rethinking Security
Moderator: Patrice Petro

Mary Layoun "Visions of Security: Impermeable Borders, Impassable Walls, Impossible Home/Lands"
Lisa Parks "Planet Patrol: Satellite Images, Acts of Knowledge and Global Security"
   
11:00 12:15 PM Panel: Development and Security
Moderator: Rob Ricigliano
Nick Drager "WTO Agreements and Public Health: Opportunities or Risks for Public Health Policy"
Eric Hershberg "Development and Human Security: Toward a Post-Neoliberal Social and Economic Agenda in Latin America"
   
12:15 1:30 PM Lunch
   
1:30 2:30 PM Speaker
George Lopez, Assessing the War With Iraq
   
2:30 3:45 PM Panel: Securing Technology
Moderator: Tasha Oren
Pamela Sankar "DNA Fingerprinting: the Meeting Point of Magic and Reason"
Sandra Braman "In Pursuit of Security: the Globalization of Information Policy"
   
3:45 4:00 PM Break
   
4:00 5:45 PM Panel: Borders and Security
Moderator: Terry Miller
Claudena Skran "Refugees and Security in an Age of Terrorism"
Robert J. Beck "Security and International Institutions: Reagan and George Bush Jr."
Luisela Alvaray "Mediating Democracy through Television: The Venezuelan Case"
   
8:00 PM

Presentation and installation on Art and Security
Mat Rappaport and students 

Introduction by: Lane Hall


Saturday, April 12

8:30 9:00 AM Breakfast
   
9:00 10:15 AM

Panel: Mediating Security
Moderator: Jennifer Jordan

Andrew Martin "Fictions of Insecurity"
Marcus Bullock "German Intellectualism and the Origins of the Danger Market"
   
10:15 10:30 AM Break
   
10:30 11:45 AM Panel: Democracy and Security
Moderator: Kris Ruggiero
Caroline Seymour-Jorn "Towards a Meeting of Minds: The Role of the Intellectual in National and International Security"
Howard Handelman "The Real and Alleged Benefits of Democratic Government in the Early 21st Century"
   
11:45 1:00 PM Lunch
   
1:00 2:00 PM

Speaker
Juan Carlos Moreno-Brid
Introduction by: Rob Ricigliano
"Insecurity and Development: a Latin American Perspective"

   
2:00 2:15 PM Break
   
2:15 3:30 PM Panel: Peacebuilding
Moderator: Terry Miller
Judith Mayotte "Bridging the Chasm Between Promise and Performance: Creative Leadership in Post-Conflict Situations"
Rob Ricigliano "The Mismatch between the Bush Foreign Policy Paradigm and the Practical Needs of Peacebuilding"
   
3:30 5:00 PM Roundtable Discussion
Patrice Petro, Terry Miller, Sandra Braman, Nick Drager
 



Sponsored by UWM's Center for International Education
and Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies


Created:  February 17, 2003
Updated:  March 20, 2003