Deputy Secretary of State James Steinberg gave the 5th George J. Mitchell Lecture on Thursday, October 21st in Ostrove Auditorium. As Deputy Secretary, Steinberg is the principal deputy to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Alfredo Corchado, Mexico bureau chief of the Dallas Morning News, works the most dangerous beat in the Western Hemisphere — the U.S.-Mexico border. Despite death threats he has persevered, chronicling government and police corruption, the disappearance of hundreds of young women, shootouts and executions, and the migration of narcoterrorism into U.S. cities. Corchado accepted an...
In a lecture co-sponsored by the Goldfarb Center and the Environmental Studies Department, Marc Braverman discussed international movements against the tobacco industry. The lecture took place at 7PM on September 21st in Olin 1.
At 7:00pm in Ostrove Auditorium, Holmes Rolston III, Emeritus University Distinguished Professor at Colorado State University delivered an address entitled “Climate Change, Sustainable Development, Sustainable Biosphere.”
At 7:30pm in Ostrove Auditorium, Karen J. Warren, Emeritus Professor at Macalester College gave an address entitled “A Sustainable Curriculum: An Ecofeminist Philosopher’s Perspective on What Is It and Why It Matters.”
As part of the Political Ecology and Environmental Philosophy conference at Colby, a roundtable discussion featuring John Carroll, Joel Kovel, Bryan G. Norton, Holmes Rolston III, Karen Warren, and others was held at 11:15 in Diamond 123 on Saturday, April 10.