Colloquium Series
Threats to Order?

Colloquium meetings are on Mondays 2:00p.m. to 6:00 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 and the UCLA Miller-Clarke Fund

8 February
Family Breakdown, Moral Order, and U.S. Politics
Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women and Women's Studies Program

Francis Fukuyama, Policy Studies, George Mason University
Mark Lilla, Politics, New York University
Susan Okin, Political Science, Stanford University
Judith Stacey, Sociology, USC
Joyce Appleby, History, UCLA
8 March
U.S. Hegemony and International Stability
Co-sponsored with the Center for International Relations

Giovanni Arrighi, Sociology, Johns Hopkins University
Chalmers Johnson, Japan Policy Research Institute, San Diego
Ronald Steel, International Relations, USC
Michael Mann, Sociology, UCLA
19 April
A Crisis of the World Economy?
Co-sponsored by the Center for Japanese Studies

Marcello de Cecco, Economics, University of Rome
Walter Russell Mead, Council on Foreign Relations, New York
R. Taggart Murphy, Economics, Tsukuba University

Robert Brenner, History, UCLA
24 May
A Postmodern Condition?
Co-sponsored by the Center for Modern and Contemporary Studies

Alex Callinicos, Politics, York University
David Harvey, Geography, Johns Hopkins University
Timothy Clark, Art History, UC Berkeley
Sabina Lovibond, Philosophy, Oxford University

Perry Anderson, History, UCLA
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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