Speaker and Topic
Glenn C. Loury (Boston Univ., Dept. of Economics and IRSD),
"The Quest for Equal Dignity and the Problem of Racial
Drew Smith (Morehouse College, Leadership Institute)
"Race, Religion, and Nationalism: Group Politics and Social
redemption in America" Photonics Building, 8 St.
Mary’s St., Room 202
Christopher Jencks (Harvard, JFK School of Governmentt)
"The Black-White Test Score Gap: Does It Matter? Can We
Tukufu Zuberi (University of Pennsylvania, Population Studies
"Deracializing Empirical Logic"
|Elijah Anderson (Univ. of
Pennsylvania, Dept. of Sociology) "The Code of the Streets:
Decency, Violence and the Moral Life of the Inner City" Presentation
2:00 pm — 3:30pm|
Nazli Kibria, (Boston Univ., Dept. of Sociology)
"The Contested Meaning of ‘Asian American’"
|Loic Wacquant, (UC Berkeley,
Dept. of Sociology) "Four Peculiar Institutions"|
David Wong (Brandeis Univ., Dept of Philosophy)
"Liberalism and the Dilemmas of Value Pluralism"
Tracey Meares (Univ. of Chicago, Law School)
"The Role of Legitimacy in Criminal Law Policy"
Melissa Nobles (M.I.T., Political Science)
"The Politics of Race and the Census in the United States
John DiIulio (Princeton, Dept. of Politics)
"Race and a Case for Zero Prison Growth"
Alan Krueger (Princeton, Dept. of Economics)
"The Legacy of Separate and Unequal Schooling, and What
To Do About It"
Doug Besharov (Univ. of Maryland, School of Public Affairs)
"African American Marriage and Childbearing"
Amy Gutmann (Princeton, Dept. of Politics)
"What Kind of Affirmative Action for Whom?"
Presentation 2:00pm - 3:30pm
William Dickens (The Brookings Institution) and James R.
Flynn (University of Otago)
"The Interaction of Environment and Measured Intelligence:
The IQ Mystery Solved"
Kasirim Nwuke (BU-ASC, Eastern Nazarene College)
"Managing Ethnic Division and Conflict: Lessons from Nigeria"