Previous Public Programs

 


Academic Year 2008 - 2009

THE STEPHEN R. VOLK '57 LECTURE
● Michele B. Goodwin, Everett Fraser Professor of Law, University of Minnesota Law School
“Baby Markets: Faith, Class, and Race in Contemporary Adoptions”
Co-sponsored with the Dartmouth Legal Studies Faculty and the Dartmouth Lawyers Association
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A NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER CENTENNIAL SERIES LECTURE
● James C. Cason '66, former Ambassador to Paraguay
“Emerging Trends in Latin America”
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A NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER CENTENNIAL SERIES LECTURE
● Richard C. Holbrooke, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations
“United Nations: Past and Present, Successes and Challenges”
Read comments from the campus newspaper "The Dartmouth"

POST ELECTION OBSERVATIONS BY DARTMOUTH EXPERTS
“Change? The 2008 Elections: Outcomes, Consequences, and Next Steps”
● Ronald Shaiko, Rockefeller Center - Introduction
● Linda Fowler, Government - New Congress Interaction
● Sonu Bedi, Government - Federal Courts
● Dean Lacy, Government - Key Cabinet Positions
● Andrew Samwick, Economics - Fiscal Policy
● Denise Anthony, Sociology - Healthcare Policy
● Lee Lynd, Thayer School of Engineering - Energy Policy
● Daryl Press, Government - Foreign and Defense Policy
● Annelise Orleck, History - Social Welfare and Poverty Policy
● Doug Irwin, Economics - Trade Policy
Read comments from the campus newspaper "The Dartmouth"

A NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER CENTENNIAL SERIES LECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES PANEL
“The Improbable Tree Hugger: Nelson Rockefeller's Continuing Environmental Legacy”
● Henry L. Diamond, Principal of Beveridge & Diamond P.C. and former New York State Commissioner of Environmental Conservation
● Dan W. Reicher '78, Director, Climate Change and Energy Initiatives, Google.org
● Allison Whipple Rockefeller, Founder and Chair of Cornerstone Parks of New York
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● 2008 Presidential Election Returns Watch Party
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Co-sponsored by the College Democrats and the College Republicans
Read about the election results from the campus newspaper "The Dartmouth"

A NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER CENTENNIAL SERIES LECTURE
● John R. Ryan, President and Chief Executive Officer, Center for Creative Leadership and Former Chancellor of the SUNY System
“ Nelson Rockefeller's Gift for the Ages: The Nation's Largest Comprehensive System of Public Higher Education”
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“The Financial Meltdown: Causes, Consequences, and Options”
A Panel Discussion featuring
●Andrew Samwick, Professor of Economics and Director, Rockefeller Center – Moderator
●Nancy Marion, Professor of Economics
●Bruce Sacerdote, Vice-Chair and Professor of Economics
●Eric Zitzewitz, Associate Professor of Economics
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Watch the discussion on YouTube

● Montgomery McFate, Senior Social Scientist, Human Terrain System, US Army
"Using Social Science Research in Conflict Situations: The Human Terrain System in Afghanistan and Iraq"

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A NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER CENTENNIAL SERIES and CONSTITUTION DAY LECTURE
● Richard Nathan, President, Co-Director, The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, Albany, NY
“ Nelson Rockefeller and “The Future of Federalism””

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Sophomore Summer Venture 2008 Events

A NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER CENTENNIAL SERIES EVENT
“American Idealist, Sargent Shriver: Inspiring Service for the Common Good”
A Panel Discussion featuring
●Edgar May
Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist and Formerly of the Office of Economic Opportunity and
Former Vermont State Senator and Representative
●Jacquelyn Caglia
Board of Directors, Boston Area Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and Research Associate Institute for Community Health, Cambridge Health Alliance
●Meg Fuchs '01
Former Peace Corps Volunteer and Asst. Director, Master in Public Administration/International Development, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
●Paul Killebrew '67
Former Peace Corps Volunteer and Associate Director, Special Projects, Office of Development, Dartmouth College
●Kiva Wilson '04
Former Peace Corps Volunteer Coordinator, Training and Education, KaBOOM!
●and featuring clips from American Idealist, The Story of Sargent Shriver

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●Gideon Yago, Television News Correspondent
“HIV Aids and Class Divide”
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Academic Year 2007 - 2008

THE BERNARD D. NOSSITER '47 LECTURE
●Simon Wilson, Former Middle East Bureau Chief for BBC News, Harvard Nieman Fellow 2008
"Reflections on Reporting the Middle East"
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THE ROGER S. AARON '64 LECTURE
● Randall L. Kennedy, Michael R. Klein Professor of Law, Harvard University
"Thaddeus Stevens as a Good White Man"
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Co-sponsored with the Dartmouth Legal Studies Faculty and the Dartmouth Lawyers Association

CONGRESS TO CAMPUS SERIES
● Beverly Byron (D-MD) and ● William “Mickey” Edwards (R-OK)
"Electing One of Their Own: A Senator in the White House""
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Co-sponsored with the Government Department, Dartmouth College

A NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER CENTENNIAL SERIES LECTURE and THE CLASS OF 1930 FELLOW LECTURE
● Governor Christine Todd Whitman (R-NJ), President, Whitman Strategy Group
" Nelson Rockefeller: Still Influencing People, Power, and Politics "

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A NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER CENTENNIAL SERIES LECTURE
● Richard Norton Smith, American Historian and Nelson Rockefeller biographer
"The Surprising Nelson Rockefeller"

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THE WILLIAM H. TIMBERS '37 LECTURE
● Jed S. Rakoff, U.S. District Judge, Southern District of NY "Science and the Law: Uncomfortable Bedfellows"
A Dartmouth Lawyers Association program in cooperation with the Dartmouth Legal Studies faculty
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THE PORTMAN LECTURE IN THE SPIRIT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP
● Richard Parsons, Chairman of the Board and former CEO, Time Warner
"Entrepreneurship in the Digital Age"
Read comments from the campus newspaper "The Dartmouth"
In cooperation with the Tuck Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship, Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network, and Dartmouth's Office of Corporate and Venture Initiative

HONORING LAW DAY 2008
Theme: "Immigration in Contemporary American Society and its Legal Implications"
DAY 1
Student Panel: Discussion on “Sanctuary Cities”
Faculty/Judicial Panel:“Immigration in 2008”
● Daniel Berger, Immigration Attorney
● Patricia Sheppard, Retired Immigration Court Judge
● Congressman Michael Capuano '73, 8th District, MA
● Professor Carol Bohmer, Government Department, Dartmouth College(Moderator)
DAY 2
Legal Panel: "Careers in the Law" A discussion of different career options for Dartmouth students with DLA members
All Law Day activities are co-sponsored with the Dartmouth Lawyers Association, the Dartmouth Legal Studies faculty, the Office of Alumni Relations and the Rockefeller Center

● Stephen Brooks, Associate Professor of Government, Dartmouth College
"America's Place in the World"

Read comments from the campus newspaper "The Dartmouth"
Co-sponsored by The League of Women Voters of the Upper Valley and the Rockefeller Center

A NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER CENTENNIAL SERIES EVENT
A PANEL ON POVERTY AND WELFARE
● Peter Burns, Research Associate, The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences at Dartmouth College
● Sandra K. Danziger, Professor of Social Work, School of Social Work & Research Professor, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan
● Matissa Hollister, Assistant Professor, Sociology, Dartmouth College
● Clarence N. Stone, Professor Emeritus Government and Politics, University of Maryland; Research Professor of Public Policy and Political Science, George Washington University
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A NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER CENTENNIAL SERIES EVENT
● "Going to Extremes: The Fate of the Political Center in American Politics"
A conference convened by Ronald G. Shaiko, Senior Fellow and Associate Director for Curricular and Research Programs, Rockefeller Center, Dartmouth College

A NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER CENTENNIAL SERIES LECTURE and THE BROOKS FAMILY LECTURE
● Mark McClellan, Director of the Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform, Senior Fellow of Economic Studies, Leonard D. Schaeffer Director's Chair in Health Policy Studies at The Brookings Institution
"Universal Health Care"

● Nicholas Christakis, MD, MPH, PhD, Harvard Medical School, Department of Health Care Policy
"Eat, Drink, and Be Merry: The Spread of Obesity, Substance Use, and Happiness in Longitudinally Resolved Social Networks"

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Co-sponsored with the Department of Sociology, Dartmouth College

A PANEL OF DARTMOUTH EXPERTS
● Peter Burns, Research Associate, The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences at Dartmouth College
● Lourdes Gutiérrez Nájera, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Dartmouth College
● Deborah K. King, Associate Professor of Sociology and Acting Chair, African and African American Studies at Dartmouth College
● Annelise Orleck, Professor of History at Dartmouth College
"Class and Racial Divisions: Challenges and Opportunities"
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This event was in support of the Dartmouth Centers Forum 2008 theme of "Class Divide."

A MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CELEBRATION EVENT
● Nancy MacLean, Professor of History and Chair, History Department, Northwestern University
" Freedom Is Not Enough: The Struggle to Open American Workplaces to All"

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A MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CELEBRATION EVENT and THE STEPHEN R. VOLK '57 LECTURE
● Mari Matsuda, Activist and Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center
"Emancipation from Mental Slavery: Public Education & Social Change"

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This lecture was in support of the Dartmouth Centers Forum 2008 theme of "Class Divide" and co-sponsored by the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences, Dartmouth Lawyers Association, Legal Studies Faculty of Dartmouth, Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity and the Office of Pluralism and Leadership

● Brandon del Pozo '96, Lieutenant, NYPD
“No Island is an Island: NYPD Global Intelligence Operations since 9/11”

● Jeffrey M. Stonecash, Maxwell Professor of Political Science, Maxwell School of Syracuse University
“Does Class Matter in American Elections?”
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This lecture was in support of the Dartmouth Centers Forum 2008 theme of "Class Divide" and co-sponsored by the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences and The League of Women Voters of the Upper Valley

● Gary Hirshberg, President and CE-Yo, Stonyfield Farm, Inc.
“Inventing the Future”
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● Justin Wolfers, Assistant Professor of Business and Public Policy, The Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania
“Racial Discrimination among NBA Referees “
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Co-sponsored with the Applied Statistics Working Group at Dartmouth and the Rockefeller Center

● THE DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES DEBATE
The Rockefeller Center partnered with Dartmouth Public Affairs and Conferences and Events, NBC, NECN, NH Public Radio, the Democratic National Committee and the NH Democratic Party to present The Democratic Presidential Candidates Debate on September 26, 2007.
Read a summary of the Rockefeller Center debate focus group.
Read comments from the campus newspaper "The Dartmouth" about the debate

A CONSTITUTION DAY PROGRAM
● Ronald G. Shaiko, Senior Fellow and Associate Director, Curricular and Research Programs Nelson A. Rockefeller Center
“Electing the President in 2008: A Constitutional Perspective”


Academic Year 2006 - 2007

CONGRESS TO CAMPUS SERIES
●Barbara Kennelly (D-CT) and ●William Goodling (R-PA)
"The New Congress: Implications for Public Policy and the 2008 Presidential Election"
Read comments from the campus newspaper "The Dartmouth"
Co-sponsored with the Government Department, Dartmouth College

"Mass Communication for the Masses: The Power of Weblogs"
Panelists
●Ann Althouse, Professor of Law, University of
●Laura Clawson, Mellon Fellow, Sociology Department, Dartmouth College and Contributing Editor, Daily Kos
●Brendan Nyhan, Co-founder, Spinsanity and co-author, All the President's Spin
●John Hinderacker '71, Partner, Faegre & Benson, LLP
●Roger Simon '64, Founder/CEO, Pajamas Media
●Joe Malchow, Dartmouth '08
●Andrew Seal, Dartmouth '07
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●Nicholas Kristof, Columnist, New York Times
"Report from Darfur: First Genocide of the 21st Century"
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Co-sponsored with The John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding

HONORING LAW DAY 2007
Theme: "Legal Dilemmas and the Consequence of Combating Terrorism and Atrocities"
DAY 1
Panel: "U.S. Legislative And Judicial Responses To Terrorist Threats"
● Jere Daniell, Professor Emeritus and Historian of the College
● Professor Roberta Stewart, Dartmouth College, Classics Department, Legal Studies Faculty Group Convener
● Professor Laura Donohue, Fellow, Center for International Security and Cooperation and Stanford Law School Center for Constitutional Law
● Assistant Professor Sonu Bedi, Dartmouth College, Government Department
● Professor Larry Crocker, Dartmouth College, Philosophy Department
DAY 2
Panel: "Careers in the Law" A discussion of different career options for Dartmouth students with DLA members
All Law Day activities are co-sponsored with the Dartmouth Lawyers Association, the Dartmouth Legal Studies faculty, the Office of Alumni Relations and the Rockefeller Center

THE ROGER S. AARON '64 LECTURE
●Kenneth Pennington, Kelly-Quinn Professor of Ecclesiastical and Legal History, The Catholic University of America
"Tortures Past and Present"
Read comments from the campus newspaper "The Dartmouth"
Co-sponsored with The John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding, the Dartmouth Legal Studies faculty, the Dartmouth Lawyers Association, and the Ethics Institute

THE PORTMAN LECTURE IN THE SPIRIT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP
●Ann Rhoades, Founding Executive Vice President of People, JetBlue Airways and President, People Ink
"People-Centric Cultures Pay Big Dividends:Lessons from Great Companies"
Read comments from the campus newspaper "The Dartmouth"
In cooperation with the Tuck Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship, Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network, and Dartmouth's Office of Corporate and Venture Initiative

●Sandra Postel, Founder, Global Fresh Water Policy and
●Brian Richter, Director, The Sustainable Waters Program, The Nature Conservancy
"Under Pressure: The Future of Freshwater for People and Nature"
Co-sponsored with the Nature Conservancy of Vermont and New Hampshire

THE BERNARD D. NOSSITER '47 LECTURE
●Anja Niedringhaus, Photographer, The Associated Press
"Iraq through a Camera Lens: A Photojournalist's Story"
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THE WILLIAM H. TIMBERS '37 LECTURE
●Ian Lustick, Bess W. Heyman Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania
"Are We Trapped in the War on Terror?"
A Dartmouth Lawyers Association program in cooperation with the Dartmouth Legal Studies faculty
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A LAW AND LIBERAL ARTS SERIES LECTURE
●John Borrows, Professor and Law Foundation Chair, University of Victoria, Canada
”Living Law on a Living Earth: Aboriginal Religion, Law, and the Constitution”
A Dartmouth Lawyers Association program in cooperation with the Dartmouth Legal Studies faculty
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A NEW VOICES IN WASHINGTON LECTURE
Co-sponsored by The Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences and the College Democrats
● Congressman Paul Hodes '72 (D-NH)
A Town Meeting with Q & A
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THE THURLOW GORDON(1906)LECTURE
● Neal Katyal '91, Professor of Law, Georgetown University
”Guantanamo, the Supreme Court, and the Rule of Law”

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A MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CELEBRATION EVENT
● The Reverend Leah D. Daughtry '84, Chief of Staff, Democratic National Committee
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●Kathy Roth-Douquet, writer, lawyer, political activist and Marine Corps wife and
●Frank Schaeffer, best selling author of fiction, humor and non-fiction
"AWOL: The Unexcused Absence of America's Upper Classes from Military Service -- and How It Hurts Our Country"

Read comments from the campus newspaper "The Dartmouth"

THE STEPHEN R. VOLK '57 LECTURE
●Martha Minow, Jeremiah Smith, Jr. Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
"Should Religious Groups Ever be Exempt from Civil Rights Laws?"
A Dartmouth Lawyers Association program in cooperation with the Dartmouth Legal Studies faculty
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●Lisa V. Adams, Assistant Professor, Section of Infectious Disease and International Health, Department of Medicine, Dartmouth Medical School; Coordinator, Global Health Initiative, Dickey Center for International Understanding, Dartmouth College and
●Richard D. Waddell, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Section of Infectious Diseases, Dartmouth Medical School; International Health; Program Consultant, Global Health Initiative, Dickey Center for International Understanding, Dartmouth College
"Health Beyond our Borders:Dartmouth in Dar es Salaam"

Co-sponsored by The League of Women Voters of the Upper Valley and the Rockefeller Center
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A CONFERENCE IN HONOR OF THE LATE JAMES FREEDMAN
“Jim Freedman and Dartmouth's Past”
●Barry Scherr with Introduction by President James Wright followed by
“America's Need to Address the Past”

A Roundtable Discussion
All events co-sponsored by The Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences and The John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding
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●Dan Wallach, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science, Rice University, Houston, TX
"Electronic Voting: Risks and Research"

Supported in part by The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth as part of the Dartmouth Centers Forum

THE NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER DISTINGUISHED PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD LECTURE
●Louis Oberdorfer '39, Senior Judge U.S. District Court
“A Quest for Freedom: Inspiration of John M. Mecklin”

●Judith Sloan, Multimedia artist: Actress, Oral Historian, Audio Artist
"Crossing the BLVD: strangers, neighbors, aliens in a new America"

Co-sponsored with Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity and The John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding

A JOURNALIST PANEL
Moderator: Andrew Samwick, Director, Rockefeller Center
The Panel: Greg Ip, The Wall Street Journal; Steve Liesman, CNBC; Eduardo Porter, The New York Times, Peter Coy, Business Week and Andrew Serwer, Fortune Magazine
"Beyond the Headlines: Media Coverage of Economic Issues”
Co-sponsored by the Rockefeller Center and the Dartmouth Office of Public Affairs
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A CONSTITUTION DAY PROGRAM
●Andrew Samwick, Director, Nelson A. Rockefeller Center, Professor of Economics, Dartmouth College
"Congress Shall Make No Law"


Academic Year 2005 - 2006

THE STEPHEN R. VOLK '57 LECTURE
●Kenji Yoshino, Deputy Dean for Intellectual Life and Professor of Law, Yale Law School
“Covering: The Hidden Assault on our Civil Rights”
A Dartmouth Lawyers Association Law & The Liberal Arts Series Lecture, Co-sponsored by The Dartmouth Legal Studies Faculty and the Rockefeller Center.

●Bruce Bartlett, Syndicated Columnist
"Impostor: How George W. Bush Bankrupted America and Betrayed the Reagan Legacy"

Read comments from the campus newspaper "The Dartmouth"

THE NOSSITER FAMILY LECTURE
● Charles Sennott, Neiman Fellow at Harvard University and former Bureau Chief for Europe and Middle East for the Boston Globe
“The Politics of God: How Religious Fundamentalisms are Shaping the Issues of the Day from Washington to the West Bank”

Read comments from the campus newspaper "The Dartmouth"

● Lucas Swaine, Assistant Professor of Government, Dartmouth College
“The Liberal Conscience: Politics and Principle in a World of Religious Pluralism”

THE BROOKS FAMILY LECTURE
● William Easterly, Professor of Economics, New York University
“The White Man's Burden: Why the West's Efforts to Aid the Rest Have Done So Much Ill and So Little Good”

THE PORTMAN FAMILY ENDOWMENT FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP INAUGURAL LECTURE
●Bernie Marcus, Co-founder and former CEO, Home Depot
”The Bernie Marcus Story: Visionary, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist”

In cooperation with the Tuck Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship, Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network, and Dartmouth's Office of Corporate and Venture Initiatives
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”Forests on the Edge –Innovation in Global Forest Conservation”
A panel discussion in collaboration with The Nature Conservancy
Moderator: George Woodwell, founder, director emeritus and senior scientist, The Woods Hole Research Center
Panelists, William Ginn, Director of the Global Forest Initiative, The Nature Conservancy and
Eva Greger, Managing Partner for the Renewable Resources Group, GMO

●Mark Sidel, Professor of Law, University of Iowa
"Balancing National Security and a Culture of Giving: Anti-Terrorism Policy and its Effects on American Philanthropy since September 11"

A Dartmouth Lawyers Association Law & The Liberal Arts Series Lecture, Co-sponsored by The Dartmouth Legal Studies Faculty and the Rockefeller Center.
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●Dan Alon
"Reliving Munich '72: A Survivor's Tale"

A Chabad at Dartmouth Program presented in collaboration with
The Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences and
The Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity

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● Artur Davis Member of Congress (D-Alabama)
"Bridging Gaps: Addressing Economic and Political Differences"
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● Calestous Juma, Professor of the Practice of International Development and Director of the Science, Technology, and Globalization Project, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
"New Directions in Global Environmental Action: Legal and Policy Implications"
A Dartmouth Lawyers Association Law & The Liberal Arts Series Lecture, co-sponsored by the Dartmouth Legal Studies Faculty, the Environmental Studies Program and The John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding and the Rockefeller Center.

CONGRESS TO CAMPUS PANEL
● Former Congressmen Victor H. Fazio(D-CA) and Robert S. Walker(R-PA)
“Reflections on Current Issues Facing the Congress”
Co-sponsored by the Government Department, Dartmouth College

Read comments from the campus newspaper "The Dartmouth"

● Ronald G. Shaiko, Senior Fellow, Associate Director, Curricular Programs Rockefeller Center and Visiting Associate Professor of Government
“Hamas In, Fatah Out! A Reflection on the Palestine Elections and their Aftermath”
Co-sponsored by the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding

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● Benjamin Friedman, William Joseph Maier Professor of Economics, Director of Undergraduate Studies, Harvard University
“The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth”
Sponsored in conjunction with the Allwin Initiative for Corporate Citizenship, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
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THE THURLOW M. GORDON '06 LECTURE
● Nan Aron, Esq., President, Alliance for Justice
"The Politics of Judicial Selection and the Future of the Supreme Court"
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A MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CELEBRATION EVENT
● Annelise Orleck, Professor of History and Jewish Studies Program Chair, Dartmouth College "What if Poor Mothers Ran the World? Some Lessons from Las Vegas"
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● Eric V. Edmonds, Associate Professor, Economics Department, Dartmouth College
"Child Labor in the Global Economy"
Co-sponsored by The League of Women Voters of the Upper Valley and the Rockefeller Center

● Nathaniel Fick, Dartmouth '99, Author of One Bullet Away ~The Making of a Marine Officer and former United States Marine Captain, 1st Recon Battalion
"Eating Soup with a Knife: A Marine Officer's Perspective on Afghanistan and Iraq"

THE WILLIAM H. TIMBERS ('37) LECTURE - FY06
● John Witte, Jr., Jonas Robitscher Professor of Law and Ethics: Director of the Law and Religion Program: Director of the Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Religion, Emory University
"Separation of Church and State: Facts, Fictions, and Future Challenges”
The Timbers Lectures are a Dartmouth Legal Studies Program, co-sponsored by the Rockefeller Center and the Dartmouth Lawyers Association

● Allan Hubbard, Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Director of the National Economic Council
" The American Economy "

● Chyng Feng Sun, Professor of Media Studies, Paul McGhee Liberal Arts Division, School of Continuing and Professional Studies, New York University
"Fantasies Matter: Pornography, Sexualities, and Relationships"
A Dartmouth Lawyers Association Law & The Liberal Arts Series Lecture, Co-sponsored by The Dartmouth Legal Studies Faculty and the Rockefeller Center

THE ROGER S. AARON ('64) LECTURE - FY06
● Lawrence A. Alexander, Warren Distinguished Professor of Law, University of San Diego
"Can Freedom of Expression Really be a Human Right? Some Doubts from a Free Speech Hawk"

The Aaron Lectures are a Dartmouth Legal Studies Program, co-sponsored by the Rockefeller Center and the Dartmouth Lawyers Association

● Senator Russ Feingold (D-Wisconsin)
A Town Hall Meeting

● Hernando de Soto, President, Institute for Liberty and Democracy, Lima, Peru
"Liberty and Democracy in the Developing World"

For 2005, Hernando de Soto joins a distinguished list of previous Rockefeller Class of 1930's Fellows.

● Andrew Samwick, Director, Nelson A. Rockefeller Center
“Congress Shall Make No Law”

Academic Year 2004 - 2005

Vivienne Walt, Correspondent, Time Magazine
“The View from Baghdad and Beyond”

THE ROGER S. AARON ('64) LECTURE - FY05
Stephen Macedo, Director, University Center for Human Values and Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Politics, Princeton
“The Late, Great American Public: The Moral Significance of the National Community and Its Decline”
A Dartmouth Legal Studies Program
Co-sponsored by the Dartmouth Lawyers Association

Dinesh D'Souza '83, Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford
“Why America is Loved, Why America is Hated”

Sam Patten, Former resident political director for the International Republican Institute, Iraq
“The Realities of Exporting Democracy Abroad: Challenges and Opportunities after Iraq's First Free Election”

THE BERNARD D. NOSSITER ('47) LECTURE
Richard Chacon, Deputy Foreign Editor, The Boston Globe and Nieman Fellow
“Religion, U.S. Foreign Policy and the Role of Media”

THE WILLIAM H. TIMBERS ('37) LECTURE
Harold J. Berman, Professor of Law, Emory University
“World Law and the Crisis of the Western Legal Tradition”
A Dartmouth Legal Studies Program
Co-sponsored by the Dartmouth Lawyers Association

The Honorable J. C. Watts, Chairman of the J.C. Watts Companies and former Member of Congress(R-Oklahoma)
“America's Political Climate: An In-Depth Analysis”

The Honorable Stephanie Herseth, Member of Congress (D-South Dakota)
“Securing Quality Education and Health Care in America”

Howard French, Senior Writer, Shanghai Bureau Chief, The New York Times
“The Forgotten Continent: Why Africa Matters and Why There is Hope”
Co-sponsored by The John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding

THE THURLOW GORDON '06 LECTURE
●Hon. John T. Broderick, Jr., Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court
“State Courts and the Administration of Justice: Can They Meet the Challenges of a New Century?”
Co-sponsored by the Daniel Webster Legal Society

Gwen Ifill, Moderator & Managing Editor of PBS' Washington Week
“Race, Culture and Politics in the Wake of the 2004 Election”

James C. Capretta, Adjunct Fellow with the Hudson Institute and a Managing Director of Wexler and Walker Public Policy Associates.
"President Bush's Second Term Agenda: Implications for Fiscal Policy"

Philip Short, Former foreign correspondent for the BBC.
"Pol Pot and the Cambodian Nightmare: A Case Study in Evil"
Co-sponsored by The John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding