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2012 Forum Videos

Global Justice: Economic Globalization, Crisis, and the Common Good

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Opening Keynote Address: Can We Fix the Global Crisis? Obstacles and Opportunities

Richard Falk
Albert G. Milbank, Professor Emeritus of International Law, Princeton University and Distinguished Visiting Professor in Global and International Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Opening Panel: Economics of Poverty and Global Inequality

Chair: Benedict Kingsbury, The University Of Utah/New York University

Discussant: John Mbaku, Weber State University

The Poor: Helping Them by Letting Them Flourish
Jan Narveson, University Of Waterloo, Canada

Assessment and Comparisons Of Well-Being In The Global Context: Why Economics Needs Philosophy
Sanjay Reddy, New School For Social Research

Discussion with Q & A

Keynote: After the American Century: Globalization, Justice and the Global Power Shift

Richard W. Miller
Wyn and William Y. Hutchinson Professor of Philosophy and Director, Program on Ethics and Public Life, Cornell University

Panel: Politics and Power: Domination, Empire and Upheaval

Chair: Sim Gill, Salt Lake County District Attorney

Discussant: Lynette Sieger, New York University

False Consciousness in Our Time: Globalization and the Persisting Attraction of Myths, Fabrications, and Lies
Ray Taras, Tulane University

Imperialism, International Law and Global Justice
Tony Anghie, The University Of Utah

Discussion with Q & A

Panel: Who Speaks For the People? Justice, Democracy and Political Legitimacy

Chair: Michael Popich, Westminster College

Discussant: Luke Garrott, The University of Utah

Coercion, Legitimacy, and Global Justice
Nicole Hassoun, Carnegie Mellon University

Justice in Transitional Context
Colleen Murphy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Discussion with Q & A

Friday, February 24, 2012

Panel: Ticking Time Bombs: Overpopulation, Food Crisis and Environmental Degradation

Chair: David Keller, Utah Valley University

Discussant: Fred Gottlieb, MD, The University of Utah

The Moral Quandary of Helping Without Harm - The Promise and Problem of Assistance
Susan Murphy, University College, Dublin, Ireland

An Unequal World with Unequal Consequences: The Relationships Between Public Health, Climate Change, and Globalization
Andrew Jorgenson, The University Of Utah

Discussion with Q & A

Panel: Gender, Race And Class: Are Faces of Inequality Changing?

Char: Catherine DeVries, MD, The University of Utah

Discussant: Michael Minch, Utah Valley University

Globalization, Feminist Solidarities, and Human Rights
Sally Scholz, Villanova University

Change: Engendering Equality at the Intersections of Culture and Commerce
Erika George, The University of Utah

Discussion with Q & A

Panel: Round Table - Common Good and the Crisis of Globalization


Hiram Chodosh, Dean, S.J. Quinney College of Law, The University of Utah
DeVon Hale, MD, Professor of Internal Medicine, The University of Utah
Richard Miller, Professor of Philosophy, Cornell University
Polly Wiessner, Professor of Anthropology, The University of Utah

Discussion with Q & A

Conference Closing Remarks

Thomas Maloney: Director, The Barbara L. and Norman C. Tanner Center for Nonviolent Human Rights Advocacy, The University of Utah

Last Updated: 3/31/21