Colloquium Series
The End of the Nation State?

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, 4250 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

Benno Teschke, London School of Economics and Political Science
Hannes Lacher, London School of Economics and Political Science
27 January
Nation-Statism, Right and Left

Michael Mann, Sociology, UCLA
Ivan Berend, History, UCLA
Randall Collins, Sociology, UC Riverside
10 February
The Limits of Economic Policy in a Globalizing Economy

Vincent Cable, Chief Economist, Shell Oil
Andrew Glyn, Economics, Oxford University
Robert Pollin, Economics, UC Riverside
24 February
Beyond the Welfare State?

Claus Offe, Social Science, Humboldt University
John Stephens, Political Science, University of North Carolina
Deepak Lal, Economics, UCLA
Carole Pateman, Poltical Science, UCLA
3 March
European Unity: The Transcendence of the Nation State?
Co-sponsored with the UCLA Von Gremp Workshop

Barry Eichengreen, Economics, UC Berkeley
Andrew Moravcsik, Government, Harvard University
Perry Anderson, UCLA
14 April
New Democrats? What Future for State Intervention?
Kevin Phillips, American Political Research, Washington D.C.
Harold Meyerson, LA Weekly, Los Angeles
Robert Brenner, History, UCLA
28 April
Immigration: The Causes and Consequences of Mobile Labor

Nigel Harris, Architecture, University of London
Roger Waldinger, Sociology, UCLA
Edna Bonacich, Sociology, UC Riverside
12 May
Globalization and Postmodernism
Frederic Jameson, Literature, Duke University
Peter Wollen, Film and TV, UCLA
19 May
States and Development in East Asia, Eastern Europe, and Latin America

Daniel Chirot, International Relations, University of Washington
Peter Evans, Sociology, UC Berekely
Adam Przeworski, Political Science, NYU
Robert Wade, International Relations, Brown University
2 June
Military Intervention Today: International Governance or Imperialism?

Christopher Hitchens, Washington D.C.
Danilo Zolo, History, University of Florence
Ronald Steele, International Relations, USC
Robert Brenner, Director
Perry Anderson · Richard Ashcraft (1938-1995) · Ivan Berend · Saul Friedlander · Carlo Ginzburg
Michael Mann · Carole Pateman · Ivan Szelenyi · Maurice Zeitlin

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