Socialist Scholars Conference 2002

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The 2002 Socialist Scholars Conference was held April 12-14 at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art and Science Foundation Building, New York.

Personnel

Organizers

Volunteers

Board of advisors

Thanks To:

At The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art:

At the Graduate Center, CUNY:

At the national office of Democratic Socialists of America:

Recordings of Sessions

Contact Radio Free Maine: www.radiofreemaine.com

Cover design:

Panels

1. After 9/11: New Politics for Social Movements and the Left

2. Clash of Fundamentalisms

3. The World Economy in Crisis

4. Reparations

5. Daniel Singer 2001 Prize: Anti-Capitalism and the Terrain of Social Justice

6. Taking Power: Green Visions

7. Culture and Commodification

8. Philanthropy and the Left

9. Argentina in World Context

10. How Can the Marxist Theory of the State Help Us Understand the War Against Terrorism?

11. The Future of the Women's Movement: Class, Race, and Globalization

12. Organizing Immigrant Labor

13. Safety Orange - A Look at the Criminal Justice System from an Architectural Perspective - A Film by James Davis, (with discussion)

14. Alternative Media: Challenges and Obstacles

15. 9/11: What Does It Mean for the Left?

16. Remembering Stan Weir

17. Just War? - A Debate

18. The War on Terrorism and U.S. Imperialism

19. 9/11 - Ecology at Ground Zero: What the Government's Not Telling Us

20. The New Imperialism

21. Heidegger IV: Metaphysics, Oppression, and Nazism

22. Labor and Global Capital

23. Debating the Modern Meaning of Socialism

24. Problems of Race and Class Within the Labor Movement

25. Strategies in Web-Based Art and Video: Resistance and the Everyday

26. ENRON - Unnatural Disaster

27. Democracy, Community Radio and the Struggle for WBAI

28. Fighting Identities: Race and Ethno- Nationalism

29. News as Empire - News as Brand

30. Socialism in Theory: Visualizing Alternatives

31. Rosa Luxemburg and the Struggle for Global Justice

32. The State of the Left in Europe

33. Challenging the Color Line: Du Bois for the 21st Century

34. U.S. Military Production: Economics and Politics

35. Globalization and Ideology

36. Health Care: What Does John Q. Want and How Can He Get It?

38. Using the Arts to Build the Labor Movement

39. Welfare Reform 2002

40. Remembering Martin Glaberman

41. Roundtable: Directions for the Anti-Corporate Globalization Movement

42. Cold War Redux? Sponsor: Socialist Scholars Conference

43. The Imperialism of Human Rights?

44. How the Left Boxed Itself In

45. Eco-Socialism


46. Ending the Occupation

47. Alternate Visions of Sexuality and Agency: Feminist Struggles After 9/11

48. Theorizing Class

49. Socialism With Chinese Characteristics or Capitalism With a Red Hat?

51. Privatization and Public Space: The Internet

52. The Struggle to Save Social Security

53. Can the Left Speak to the Unconverted?: Messaging in the Mainstream Media

53.5 White Collar Sweatshop

54. Latin American Popular Movements - Acts of Resistance or Alternative Power?

55. Civil Liberties After 9/11

56. Assessing the Global Justice Movement

57. The Child Exploitation Industry

58. Childhood Lead Poisoning: An Environmental Justice Issue

59. DSA Reception

60. 9/11: Community Solidarity and Municipal Incoherence

61. Hard Questions for the Peace Movement

62. Europe v. America: Will Europe Follow the U.S. Into Iraq?

63. Digital Diploma Mills

64. State Terrorism and Terrorizing Dissent

65. What Direction for the Labor Movement?

66. Clash of Fundamentalisms II

67. New Labour and the Unions

68. Marx and Wittgenstein: The Odd Couple

69. Marxist-Feminist Thought Today: A Roundtable

70. Anti-Globalization and the African Crisis: The World Summit on Sustainable Development

71. Weaving Class Into the Social Fabric: Class Conflict from Afghanistan, Down Broadway, into the Family

72. The Legacy of Eqbal Ahmad

73. The New Dunayevskaya Collection on Hegel and Marx: Editor Meets Critics

74. Roundtable on Modern Socialist Strategies

75. Security: Politics, Technology, Environment

76. Southwest Asia and U.S. Policy

77. Teamsters and Turtles: Labor and the Anti-Globalization Movement

78. Free Higher Education

79. Report from Porto Alegre

80. Troubled Markets, Flawed Regulations

81. Ten Years After the Fall: The Emergence/Resurgence of the Left?

82. After Capitalism: From Managerialism to Workplace Democracy

83. The Left and the United Nations

84. The Bottom of the Barrel: Workfare and Low-Wage Labor

85. War, Capitalist Crisis and the Struggle Against Globalization

86. Radical Subjectivity and Social Transformation

87. Final Plenary: Bush's America - What Future for Democracy?

Panel 13 Safety Orange - A Look at the Criminal Justice System from an Architectual Perspective - A Film by James Davis

Safety Orange examines how the architecture of public schools has come to mirror that of the prison over the last thirty years. The film outlines how the burgeoning criminal justice system has spilled over from the prison into society generally, for some as irrational fear of crime and persecution and for others a very real experience of repression at the hands of the state. The film features interviews with *Ruth Wilson Gilmore, *Mike Davis, *Peter Linebaugh and Roz Braz.[4]

References