Student Events Fall 2004

October 4
Professor T. J. Pempel
Director of Institute of East Asian Studies, UC Berkeley
"Beyond Bilateralism: The U.S.-Japan Relationship in the New Asia-Pacific"

October 21
Niall Ferguson
Professor of history, Harvard University, senior research fellow, Jesus College, Oxford University
"Are Capitalism and Democracy Bound to Win?"

October 27
Student Orientation Session on International Studies
Information session for students to meet faculty/staff and learn about the international studies programs and events at CMC.
Bauer Center- Founders Room

November 4
Dr. Michael H. Armacost, Former U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines and Japan, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs
Currently Walter Shorenstein Distinguished Fellow, Stanford University
Freeman Fdn. Visiting Professor of Asian Studies-CMC fall '04
"The Asian Situation after the Presidential Election"
Lunch Program

Speaker Series
(co-sponsor with Professor Rod Camp & Athenaeum)
The Western Hemisphere and Latin American Democracy

September 22
Catherine Conaghan
Professor of Political Studies, Director, Centre for the Study of Democracy, Queens University, Canada
"Failing States or Failing Politics? Interpreting the Andean Crisis"

October 25
Peter Siavelis
Associate Professor of Political Science, Wake Forest University
"Pinochet and Chile: Human Rights in the Southern Cone"

November 22
Peter Ward
Professor of Public Affairs and sociology, Director, Mexican Studies Institute, University of Texas, Austin
"Bringing the States Back In" (1999), "U.S.-Mexican Relations and the U.S. Presidential Race"