International Center hosts dialogue series
Posted July 12, 2005; 01:15 p.m.
The International Center
will host a
lunch discussion on "Economics and Diplomacy: The Case of
Relations" at noon Thursday, July 14, in 243 Frist. Gregory C. Chow,
Princeton professor of economics emeritus, will moderate.
The event marks the beginning of the International Center's summer dialogue series. Each discussion occurs on a Thursday at noon. The events are free and open to Princeton students, faculty and staff with University ID.
Dates and topics for the remaining discussions are:
- July 21 — "The Role of Women in Different Cultures." Moderated by Ritu Kamal, class of 2007; and Rachel Simon, a leader in the Middle Eastern Approvals Section of Firestone Library.
- July 28 — "Health Maintenance and Traditional Medical Practices." Moderated by Jimmy Wang, a technical support specialist in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs; and Fang Li, a technical staff member in the Department of Molecular Biology.
- Aug. 4 — "Terrorism." Moderated by Nicholas Diehl, associate ombudsperson in the University Ombuds Office.
- Aug. 11 — "Mobilizing for Peace: What Can NGOs Do to Lead?" With Stanley Katz, lecturer with the rank of professor in public and international affairs.
- Aug. 18 — "A Day Outside Your Own Culture." Moderated by Peng Liu, a Princeton resident.
- Aug. 25 — "Religion and Science." With Paul Raushenbush, associate dean of religious life.