Colloquium Series
The United States: Dominant and the Model?

Colloquium meetings are on Mondays 2:00p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the History Conference Room 6275 Bunche. They are devoted largely to discussion of papers, available a week in advance of the session. Copies of papers may be obtained by contacting the Center for Social Theory and Comparative History, 4355G Public Policy Building, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095. Phone: (310) 206-5675. Fax: (310) 206-4453. Email:
Support is provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Albert and Elaine Borchard Foundation, and the UCLA Miller-Clarke Fund

24 January
After Seatle: The Past and Future of Neo-liberalism

Patrick Bond, Public Management, Witwaterstand
William Greider, National Affairs Correspondent,
The Nation

Robert Brenner, History, UCLA
14 February
Towards a Cosmopolitan Peace? Humanitarian Interventionism or U.S. Imperialism?
Co-sponsored with the Center for International Relations

Tariq Ali, Author, Playwright, Activist, Londonl
Bruce Cumings, History, Chicago
Christopher Layne, International Relations, USC

Richard Rosecrance, Political Science, UCLA
6 March
Kicking the State Back Out? Can Governments Govern the Global Economy?

Robert Pollin, Economics, UMASS Amherst
Dani Rodrik, International Political Economy,
Linda Weiss, Government, Sydney
10 April
After the Asian Crisis
Co-sponsored with the Center for Japanese Studies, Joint UCLA, USC East Asian Studies and Center for Chinese Studies

Ronald Bevacqua
, Chief Economist, Commerzbank Tokyo
Stephen Haggard, Political Science, UC San Diego
Nicholas Lardy, Brooks Institution
Robert Wade, Political Science, Brown
1 May
The New Ascendancy of Finance

Fred Block, Sociology, UC Davis
Barry Eichengreen, Economics, UC Berkeley
Lance Taylor, Economics, New School

22 May
Women and Globalization
Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women

Patricia Fernandez-Kelly, Population Research, Princeton
Sucheta Mazumdar, History, Duke
Swasti Mitter, Institute for New Technologies, Masstricht
Val Moghadam, Women's Studies, Illinois State
Sheila Rowbotham, Sociology, Manchester

5 June
Ethnic Cleansing in Global Context

Donald Horowitz, Law, Duke
Michael Mann, Sociology, UCLA
Susan Woodward, Brookings Institution
Saul Friedlander, History, UCLA
Robert Brenner, Director
Perry Anderson · Richard Ashcraft (1938-1995) · Ivan Berend · Rogers Brubaker · Saul Friedlander
Carlo Ginzburg · Michael Mann · Carole Pateman · Maurice Zeitlin

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