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Three Presidents, Two Doctrines: U.S. and the Middle East, 1947-1963L. Carl Brown, Garrett Professor in Foreign Affairs, Emeritus.
Economic Inequality and American DemocracyLarry Bartels, Donald E. Stokes Professor in Public and International Affairs, Director of the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics, and Professor of Politics and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School.
Global Warming: Irreversible Loss on an Unprecedented ScaleMichael Oppenheimer, Albert G. Milbank Professor of Geosciences and International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School.
Cleachd i neo caill i! (Use it or lose it!): Can Gaelic Survive in Modern Scotland?Andrew Gossen '93, Associate Director for Alumni Education, Office of the Alumni Association.
Vanishing Visions: What Ever Happened to the Big City Plan?Sarah Whiting *90, Assistant Professor of Architecture.
Vanishing Treasures: Business Values and Investment ValuesJack Bogle '51, Chairman, CEO, and Founder, The Vanguard Group, Inc.
No Way Home: Why Animal Migrations are Disappearing Around the WorldDavid Wilcove *85, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School.
The World in InfraRed: Optical Sensing for Health and the EnvironmentClaire F. Gmachl, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering.
An Examination of the Prospects for Africa in the New MillenniumJulius E. Coles *66, President of Africare and Madison Medal recipient.
Wounded Warriors: Understanding the Politics of the Strong Black WomanMelissa Harris-Lacewell, Associate Professor of Politics.