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International Conference on The Global Crisis and Hegemonic Dilemmas

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  • Sukla Sen
    International Conference on *The Global Crisis and Hegemonic Dilemmas* At the IIC (Max Mueller Marg), in the Auditorium, November 8-10 2010 (9:30-5:30 the
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 6, 2010

      International Conference


      The Global Crisis and Hegemonic Dilemmas


      At the IIC (Max Mueller Marg), in the Auditorium, November 8-10 2010

      (9:30-5:30 the first two days, 9:30-1:00 the third day)


      See the programme below for details.


      The meeting is organised by :


      ICSSR (Indian Council for Social Science Research)

      ICPR (Indian Council for Philosophical Research)

      Department of Political Science, University of Delhi

      Department of Sociology, New York University

      PEACE – Popular Education and Action Centre.




      1st DAY (8th November)

      9.30-13.00 Morning plenary:


      “The Global Crisis and Hegemonic Dilemmas”.



      Mr. Mani Shankar Aiyar

      Former Minister and Rajya Sabha MP



      Leo Panitch

      Perry Anderson

      Vivek Chibber


      14.00-17.30 Afternoon plenary:


      “The Global Economic Crisis and its Implications”.



      Dr. Jaya Mehta

      Economist and Independent Researcher



      Anwar Shaikh

      Deepak Nayyar

      Jayati Ghosh



      2nd DAY (9th November)


      9.30-13.00 Morning plenary:


      “Emerging Powers: Allies or Rivals?”



      Prof. Javeed Alam

      Chairperson, ICSSR



      Boris Kagarlitsky (Russia)

      Chaohua Wang (China)

      Anand Swaroop Verma (India)


      14.00-17.30 Afternoon plenary:


      “The Zone of Turbulence: West and Central Asia”



      Prof. Neera Chandhoke

      Dept. of Political Science, DU



      Michael Warschawski

      Anuradha Chenoy

      Praful Bidwai


      3rd DAY (10th November)




      “Towards a Socialist Alternative: Reorienting the Left”.



      Prof. Kamal Mitra Chenoy

      School of International Studies, JNU



      Michael Lowy on Latin America

      Erhard Crome on Europe

      Achin Vanaik. on India



      1.      Prof. Leo Panitch – Canada Research Chair in Comparative Political Economy and Distinguished Research Professor of Political Science at York University, Toronto, Canada.

      2.      Prof. Perry Anderson – Professor of History and Sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA.

      3.      Prof. Anwar Shaikh – Professor of Economics at New School University, New York, USA)

      4.      Dr. Boris Kagarlitsky -- Director, Institute of Globalization and Social Movements, Moscow, Russia.

      5.      Dr. Chaohua Wang – Research Scholar in Chinese Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA.

      6.      Prof. Michael Lowy -- Emeritus Research Director in Social Sciences at the National Centre of Scientific Research (CNRS), Paris, France.

      7.      Mr. Michael Warschawski -- Director, Alternative Information Centre, Jerusalem, Israel.

      8.      Dr. Erhard Crome -- Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Critical Social Analysis, Berlin, Germany.

      9.      Prof. Vivek Chibber – Professor of Sociology at New York University, New York,


      10.    Deepak Nayyar- Professor of Economics at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

      11.    Jayati Ghosh- Professor, Centre for Economic Studies and Planning

      12.    Anand Swaroop Verma- Prominent columnist on South Asian and African issues and Editor, Samkaleen Tisari Duniya, New Delhi

      13.    Achin Vanik- Professor of International Relations & Global Politics, Political Science Department, Delhi University.

      14.    Anuradha Chenoy- Professor, Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

      15.    Praful Bidwai- Independent Journalist & Columnist

      Peace Is Doable
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