Second 'Legacies of Sept. 11' panel to look at effects on domestic front, Sept. 24
Posted September 23, 2002; 08:20 a.m.
The Woodrow Wilson School will offer the second of a two-part public discourse on the effects of Sept. 11 at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24, in Dodds Auditorium, Robertson Hall.
Titled "Legacies of Sept. 11: Domestic Policy and Politics," the event will feature a panel of faculty members looking at how America has changed on the domestic front over the last year as a result of the terrorism.
Part one of the series, "Legacies of Sept. 11: Priorities and Challenges," took place on the first anniversary of the attacks and analyzed the ways in which Sept. 11 has affected civil liberties, foreign policy and the relationship between the United States and Europe.
The Sept. 24 panel will be moderated by Christopher Eisgruber, the Laurance Rockefeller Professor of Public Affairs and the University Center for Human Values and director of the Program in Law and Public Affairs. Participants will include: Provost Amy Gutmann, the Laurance Rockefeller University Professor of Politics and the University Center for Human Values; Paul Krugman, professor of economics and international affairs; Nolan McCarty, associate professor of politics and public affairs and faculty chair of the Ph.D. program at the Woodrow Wilson School; Sara McLanahan, professor of sociology and public affairs and director of the Bendheim-Thoman Center for Research on Child Wellbeing at the Woodrow Wilson School; and Frank von Hippel, professor of public and international affairs and co-director of the Program in Science and Global Security at the Woodrow Wilson School.
Admission to Dodds Auditorium will be on a first-come, first-served basis. The lecture also will be simulcast live to 001, 002 and 016 Robertson Hall. The panel is sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
Contact: Marilyn Marks (609) 258-3601