Friday, September 28 Morning panels
Global Structures: Public and Private Resources
“Rules Without Rights: Land, Labor, and Private Authority in the Global Economy”
Tim Bartley, Professor of Sociology, Washington University in St. Louis
"Problematizing Images of Global Finance and Hyperglobal Framings: An Analytical Approach"
Rachel Harvey, Adjunct Associate Research Scholar, Columbia University
"Materiality and identity: Food, Waste and the New Right Wing in Europe"
ZsuZsa Gille, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Public Health Risk and Resilience
"Delhi's Peripheries and the Scalar Politics of Toxic Air"
Rohit Negi, Associate Professor, Ambedkar University, Delhi
"Global Solution, Local Contestation: The Politics of HIV Testing in Taiwan"
Po-Chia Tseng, Doctoral student, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Global Sustainability Models: Entrepreneurship, Ethics, and Ecology
"New Humanitarianismand the Crisis of Charity: Good Intentions on the Road to Help"
Michael Mascarenhas, Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management, University of California – Berkeley
“On Global plasticity: framing the global through affective materiality”
Deirdre McKay, Reader in Social Geography and Environmental Politics, Keele University
"Policy Entrepreneurs for a Return to Infrastructure: A California Case Study of the Global Desalination Industry"
Brian O'Neill, PhD Student, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Media Responsibility in a Globalized World
"Where is the “global” in global communication?"
Rosemary Pennington , Assistant Professor, Miami University
"Responsibility, vulnerability, and climate change: Toward a model of influences on climate journalism in developing countries"
Suzannah Evans Comfort, Assistant Professor, Indiana University
"Surveying the place of public opinion in the Arab Gulf States"
Russell Lucas, Associate Professor, Michigan State University