Wednesday, December 7th
Science Center Hall D
Free and open to the public!

3:30       Brad Epps, Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard FAS
Fear and Power

4:00     Archon Fung, Professor of Democracy and Citizenship, Harvard Kennedy School
Why Has Inequality Grown in America? What Should We Do About It?

4:30       Andrew Ross, Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University
The Occupy Movement and Student Debt Refusal

5:00        Stephen Marglin, Professor of Economics, Harvard FAS
Heterodox Economics: Alternatives to Mankiw’s Ideology

5:30        Richard Parker, Lecturer in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Wall Street’s Role in the European Financial Crisis

6:00        Christine Desan, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
Booms and Busts: The Legal Dynamics of Modern MoneY

6:30       Walter Johnson, Professor of History, Harvard FAS
Slavery and Capitalism in the United States

7:00       Juliet Schor, Professor of Sociology, Boston College
Economics for the 99%

7:30        John Womack, Professor of Latin American History and Economics, Harvard FAS
At Harvard and in the USA: Vigilance, Inquiry, Alienation, and Hope


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