[MGSA-L] Upcoming events at Yale
sroussos67 at gmail.com
Sat Sep 15 00:15:47 PDT 2012
If the event is not co-organized or co-sponsored by the Hellenic Studies
Program one would expect to find it under "Other events of Interest on
campus and in Connecticut".
Now on the line-up. The views of all participants (both speakers and
discussants) could hardly be a surprise as they are bitterly well-known (at
least in Greece and Argentina). They are all staunch advocates of the
neo-liberal "remedies" of the crisis. Some of them are under scrutiny by
the legal authorities in their countries for the policies they pursued, at
the time they were in office. There is hope though that during the
discussion different views will be presented on an equal footing.
2012/9/14 Syrimis, George <george.syrimis at yale.edu>
> I must admit that I find the attempt to preempt a discussion that has yet
> to happen as “one-sided,” “short-sighted,” “truly scandalous,” etc. etc.,
> both rushed and uncalled for.
> As it happens, the event is not organized by the Hellenic Studies Program
> but by the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization. As it also happens,
> Zedillo will only be presenting Papaconstantinou while Cavallo and Xafa
> will be responding to his presentation. Regardless of the constitution of
> the panel, however, I expect scholars and members of this list to judge
> after and not prior to the discussion.
> List-Info: https://maillists.uci.edu/mailman/listinfo/mgsa-l
Sotiris Roussos (M.A. Ph.D)
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