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Thursday, November 1, 2012

11:40 AM Social Perception at the Crossroads: Why Sex (Still) Impacts the Perception and Evaluation of Other Status-Linked Identities
12:00 PM Producing Prosperity: Why America Needs a Manufacturing Renaissance
12:00 PM Indigenous Challenge to Legal Doctrine: Bedouin Land Rights in Israel/Palestine
12:15 PM Leaving Theory Behind: Why Too Much Hypothesis Testing is Bad for International Relations
1:00 PM The Future of U.S. – Pakistan Relations - A conversation with Cameron Munter, outgoing US Ambassador to Pakistan
1:05 PM Housing & Cities Brown Bag Lecture with Ben Hecht (Living Cities)
1:10 PM "How to Interview and Be Interviewed," a Writing Workshop with Morgan McVicar, MC/MPA 2003, HKS Writing Consultant
1:30 PM POSTPONED: The Elusive Relationship between Communities and Crime: New Evidence from the South Bronx
4:00 PM Human Rights in Education Training Series: "Lobbying for Human Rights and Social Change" with Shelley Moskowitz
4:15 PM <b>CHANGED TIME AND LOCATION!!:</b> The Future of U.S. – Pakistan Relations - A conversation with Cameron Munter, outgoing US
6:00 PM Does Philanthropy Make a Difference?

Friday, November 2, 2012

10:00 AM Science, Solution, Paradigm: Green Chemistry and the Nexus of Innovtion and Policy
11:45 AM CID Speaker Series: Featuring Jamshed Kazi and Richa Mishra, UNDP
2:10 PM Digital Communications Workshop - Powerful Storytelling with a Video Camera: Basic Principles, presented by Franco Sacchi, do
3:00 PM Sexuality, Gender and Human Rights Study Group: "Thomas Jefferson and the Empire of Imagination" with Annette Gordon-Reed

Monday, November 5, 2012

12:00 PM Brown Bag Talk with Ambassador Christian Dussey, Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs
12:00 PM Brown Bag with Charlie Cook
12:15 PM Against Determinism
12:15 PM Electricity Sector Reform: Towards Low-Carbon Generation - Lessons from Europe and Germany
1:10 PM "Writing Longer Papers," a Writing Workshop with Marie Danziger, HKS Lecturer in Public Policy
4:00 PM A New Focus: Filmmaking That Makes A Difference
5:00 PM Panel: Market-Based Solutions for Social Impact
8:00 PM Harvard Kennedy School information session in Cairo

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

12:00 PM Mark McKinnon: "The Presidential Election 2012: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly"
12:30 PM Informal Workers in a Global Economy: Recent Trends, Current Debates, & Future Policies. Frontline with Faculty Series.
1:10 PM "Using Social Media to Launch your Campaign or Organization," a Digital Communications Workshop with Morra Aarons Mele, MC/MP
2:40 PM Harvard-MIT Economic Development Seminar: "Win Some Lose Some? Evidence from a Randomized Microcredit Program Placement Exper
4:00 PM An Election Day Look at the American Economy
7:00 PM Election Night in the Forum

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

10:00 AM South Korea and the U.S. Nuclear Umbrella: Extended Deterrence in the Post-Cold War World
10:10 AM "How to Use Social Media Analytics," a Digital Communications Workshop Nicco Mele, HKS Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy
12:00 PM Human Rights to Water & Sanitation Study Group: Alan Berger presents "Reclaiming Agricultural and Mining Waste: The Role of D
4:00 PM Audre Lorde Human Rights Speaker Series: A conversation with writer and activist Darnell L. Moore
4:00 PM The Audre Lorde Human Rights Speaker Series presents "A conversation with Urvashi Vaid," moderated by Timothy Patrick McCart
4:00 PM The Role of Religion in the 2012 Campaign: What Happened Yesterday and Why?
4:10 PM Seminar: Government Secrecy
4:30 PM "Not Your Grandfather’s RMV"
5:00 PM Changing Lives with Technology

Thursday, November 8, 2012

11:45 AM Carmen Reinhart: A Decade of Debt
12:15 PM Conventional Conflict in Nuclear Primacy
1:10 PM "Writing for HKS and other Policy Journals," a Writing Workshop with Greg Harris, HKS Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy
2:30 PM "A Conversation with Eric Rosenbach," a Belfer Center Director's Seminar
4:00 PM Transitional Justice Seminar Series with Michael Semple: "Case study: vetting the the security sector and elections"
4:00 PM The Debate About Debates
4:00 PM Technology, Innovation & Politics
4:15 PM *POSTPONED*: America’s Role in a Globalized World: Multilateral Diplomacy and U.S. Foreign Policy

Friday, November 9, 2012

11:45 AM CID Speaker Series: Grading Latin American Presidents
12:00 PM Grassroots Democracy: How Would it Work?
12:00 PM Can the EU Be Saved?
12:00 PM Human Rights Student Film Series presents a screening and discussion of "Waste Land"
12:15 PM "Mining the Past for Profit: Applied History in Action," a Belfer Center Director's Lunch with Thomas Kaplan
2:00 PM To Blog or Not to Blog, a Digital Communications Workshop with Jennifer Hollett, MC/MPA 2012, Co-founder, SuperPACApp
3:00 PM The Green Economy and Hydropower Dams: Clean Energy, Displaced Communities and Economic Disparities
4:00 PM The Debate About Debates

Monday, November 12, 2012

12:15 PM Epistemic Disobedience

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

10:00 AM Politics as a Noble Pursuit
12:00 PM Financial Health Series -Budgeting Tips and Tools
12:00 PM Daniel Kanstroom presents "The Immigration Debate"
12:00 PM Mike Allen: "The Role of New Media in Election Coverage"
12:00 PM What's Next for Health Care Reform: Post-Election Insights
1:00 PM Brown Bag with David Maraniss
2:40 PM Harvard-MIT Economic Development Seminar: "Early Childhood Development Policies: A Randomised Control Trial"
3:00 PM Emerging Markets Entrepreneurship
3:00 PM Emerging Markets Entrepreneurship
4:00 PM **Special Date & Location****The Debate About Debates
4:00 PM It’s the Economy Stupid
4:00 PM Politics as a Noble Pursuit
4:10 PM Political Stability at Risk: National Elections in Indonesia 2014 and Myanmar 2015
5:00 PM 2012 Gleitsman Citizen Activist Award Ceremony with Rebecca Onie
5:45 PM The Impact of the Adams Scholarship in Degree Attainment in Massachusetts
6:00 PM NEW TIME!: The future of the transatlantic agenda: Can we re-balance together?
6:00 PM *NEW TIME: 6PM*The future of the transatlantic agenda: Can we re-balance together?
6:00 PM Tomorrow's Energy Challenges
6:30 PM Screening of the film "Call Me Kuchu" followed by Q&A with the filmmakers, Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worral

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

10:10 AM How to Build Traction on Twitter: 10 Ways Twitter can enhance your Communications Efficiency, a Digital Communications worksh
12:15 PM Preparing for Catastrophic Emergencies: Lessons from the Wenchuan Earthquake and the Zhouqu Debris Flow Disaster
2:00 PM Human Rights to Water & Sanitation Study Group: Sam Loewenberg presents "A drop in a bucket: the search for solutions to wate
3:00 PM UN Rule of Law Engagement in Post-Conflict States – Where Now?
3:30 PM Syria and the Arab Spring: A Diplomat’s Reflections
4:00 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:00 PM Political Disruption - Republic Lost: How $$ Corrupts Congress and How to Stop It
4:00 PM Lessons from the 2012 Election
4:10 PM Taking Our Country Back: The Crafting of Networked Politics from Howard Dean to Barack Obama
4:10 PM Behavioral Economics and Government Regulation
4:15 PM Panel Discussion - Role of International Institutions – Friends or Foes of Development?
4:30 PM Mobility in a Changing World: Innovating through Private Involvement in the Public Sector
5:30 PM The Tohoku Disaster: Responding to Japan’s 3/11 Earthquake, Tsunami, and Nuclear Accident

Thursday, November 15, 2012

11:40 AM Empowering Women: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Afghanistan
11:45 AM The Pharaoh's Curse: Muhammad Morsi and the Temptations of Power
11:45 AM The Pharaoh's Curse: Muhammad Morsi and the Temptations of Power
11:45 AM Nancy Nord: Mandatory Regulatory Review at Independent Agencies
12:15 PM War of Words: The Case for Negotiations in Afghanistan
1:30 PM University as Community Partners: What responsibility do universities have to their host communities? Frontline with Faculty
3:30 PM A presentation by Ivan Simonovic, Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights at the United Nations
4:00 PM Book Discussion: "Liberating Kosovo: Coercive Diplomacy and US Intervention"
4:00 PM HRE Training Series: "Women's rights monitoring in conflict and post-conflict countries: experiences from the field" with Dr.
4:00 PM Technology, Innovation & Politics
6:00 PM Theodore H. White Lecture with David Brooks.
6:00 PM Theodore H. White Lecture on Press and Politics by David Brooks

Friday, November 16, 2012

9:00 AM Theodore H. White Seminar on Press and Politics
11:45 AM CID Speaker Series: Featuring Richard Dreimann, Chemonics
3:00 PM Sexuality, Gender and Human Rights Study Group: Debrief and Discussion of the 2012 Election Results: Where Do We Go From Here

Monday, November 19, 2012

9:00 AM Harvard Kennedy School Open House
12:15 PM The Timescale of Climate Change
12:15 PM Prospects for Regional Nuclear Cooperation in Southeast Asia
12:15 PM The Impact of Tax Credits and Grants on Wind Power Investment
12:30 PM Investing in Sustainable Cities: Frameworks for Private Investment in Marginalized Communities Across the Globe.
4:30 PM Fit For the Future? A Closer Look at Oxfam
6:00 PM ED.I. Series: Sharing Global Insights on Education Fall 2012 Seminar

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

12:30 PM Governance as Leadership: New Approaches to Governing Nonprofits. Frontline with Faculty Series.

Monday, November 26, 2012

12:00 PM Contemporary Human Rights Issues in LATAM: How to Defend/Grant Human Rights in the War Against Drugs
12:15 PM The Street as Psychological Laboratory: Hugo Münsterberg, Harold Burtt, and the 1914 Street Lighting Committee
12:15 PM Moving Forward on Climate Policy: What Do We Need to Know?
4:15 PM International Crises after the Election: Iran, Afghanistan and the Eurodebt Challenge

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

12:00 PM Cheryl Contee: "The End of the Digital Divide: What It Means for the Nation's Future"
4:00 PM It’s the Economy Stupid!”
4:10 PM For the Common Defense - Andy McCawley, CEO/President of New England Center for Homeless Veterans (NECHV)
5:00 PM The Future of Social Enterprise and Impact Investing: What's Ahead and How to Get Involved
5:30 PM Rappaport Public Policy Summer Fellowship Information Session

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

10:00 AM Unending Crisis? The Future of US National Security Policy
11:00 AM How Independent is the Third Sector? The Complex Dependence of Nonprofits on the Government and Business Sectors. Frontline w
12:00 PM Human Rights to Water & Sanitation Study Group: Anastasia Likhacheva presents "China, Russia and Politics of Water: Hydro-Heg
2:40 PM Where National Education Policy Goes Next To Succeed: Helping the states arrange their K-12 systems to work the way successfu
4:00 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:00 PM Student Policy Group on Human Trafficking: "Religion and Trafficking: Juju and Devadasi Rituals"
4:00 PM Religion and Politics: Role and Impact of Religious Advocacy
4:00 PM "YouthQuake - from Arab Spring to Wall Street," a presentation by Srdja Popovic, Founding Director, Belgrade-based Centre for
4:10 PM Seminar: Targeted Killing and Drones
6:00 PM A Conversation with The Honorable Thomas E. Donilon

Thursday, November 29, 2012

11:40 AM Poverty in Old Age and Social Security: Marriage as a Long-term Planning Device
11:45 AM Cass Sunstein: Deciding by Default
12:15 PM U.S. Military Decision-Making and its International Security Structure
12:30 PM Impact Investment: What Is It? How Can You Become Involved? Frontline with Faculty Series.
12:30 PM Growing In Place - A Career Development Workshop for Staff (Individual Contributors)
4:00 PM Human Rights in Education Training Series: "Planning an Advocacy Strategy" with Charlie Clements
6:00 PM Middle East Film Series: Footnote (Israel, 2011)
6:00 PM DECENTRALIZATION AND POPULAR DEMOCRACY: Governance from Below in Bolivia
6:00 PM War Stories: Inside Campaign 2012

Friday, November 30, 2012

11:45 AM CID Speaker Series: It's all about MeE: Using structured experiential learning ("e") to crawl the design space
12:00 PM Human Rights Student Film Series: "Putting Ourselves in Their Shoes: The Dialogue Table of Tintaya" with guest speaker Jane N
12:00 PM Health Policy PIC LUNCH SEMINAR: "Big Medicine" and Accountable Care
3:00 PM Sexuality, Gender and Human Rights Study Group: "Transitional Justice and Prosecuting Sex Crimes in Libya"

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