Alejandro Castillejo-Cuéllar’s lecture explores how socio-political injuries in the national context and history of Colombia's armed conflict are simultaneously located across multiple faultlines of place, time and space. September 2014.
David Marash discusses the ever-expanding world of global communication and how new players like the Internet and mobile phone links for the transmission of text, voice and pictures is guiding the still dominant "mainstream media." September, 2008
Larry Cox discusses events that created the environment that exists today, suggests what can be done to make the United States a credible proponent of human rights, and proposes actions to encourage the rule of law and human rights.
Keynote Lt. Gen. Brent Scowcroft, and panelists Marina Whitman and David Featherman discuss changes since September 11 in the panel titled "One Year After: Changes in Policy, Politics and Public Attitudes Since Sept 11, 2001." September, 2002.