Pardee Center Hosts Fall 2020 “20 Years of War” Seminar Series

The Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future hosted a series of webinars in the fall of 2020 exploring various costs and consequences of the post-9/11 wars. The webinars were part of the “20 Years of War” research series, a two-year collaboration with the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University to expand the ongoing Costs of War project. The “20 Years of War” research series explores the human, financial, environmental, social, and political costs of the post-9/11 wars and illustrates how the impacts of the wars will ripple into the future.

All three webinars were broadcast live on the Pardee Center’s YouTube channel.

Past Events

The “Camo Economy”: The Economic & Political Camouflage of Military Contracting
Presented by Heidi Peltier | Moderated by Stephanie Savell
Wednesday, December 9

Creating Refugees: Displacement Caused by the Post-9/11 Wars
Presented by David Vine | Moderated by Catherine Lutz
Wednesday, September 30

The Wars Are Here: How the Post-9/11 Wars Helped Militarize U.S. Police
Presented by Jessica Katzenstein | Moderated by Neta Crawford
Monday, October 5