Thomas Piketty, author of Capital in the 21st Century and perhaps the first to document the 20th-century fall and rise and rise of The One Percent, will deliver the Gamble Lecture.
"Participatory Visual Research for Food Justice Youth Development"
Presented by the Methodology Consulting Group at the Center for Research on Families at University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Bonnie Honig visits from Brown University to present The Fight for Public Things: Democracy's Necessary Conditions. Free and open to the public.
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and Latin American Studies Association present ON PROTEST: Latin America in Comparative and Transnational Perspective. Free and open to the public.
Presented by Steven Kayizzi-Mugerwa and Abebe Shimeles of the African Development Bank.
David Bollier will speak about his latest book, Think Like a Commoner.
"On the Run: Fugitive Life in an American City," presented by Alice Goffman, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
“National Security and Due Process” with attorney Burton Weinstein; Michael McAuliff, senior congressional reporter at the Huffington Post; and Charles Stimson, senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation.