Panel to Discuss Globalization, Human Rights
KEENE, N.H. 10/15/02 A panel at Keene State College will discuss international issues, including globalization, international human rights, and the role of Islam in world politics on Thursday, Oct. 17. The event, which will be held at 8 p.m. in the Night Owl Café of the Student Center, is free and open to the public.
The discussion, Globalization, the Oil Factor, and West vs. East will feature comments by Eleanor Vander Haegen, professor of sociology at Keene State, Neil and Caitlin Hasser, International Human Rights observers who have recently returned from six months in Guatemala, and Paul Cullity, ecumenical campus minister at KSC.
The discussion is part of the ongoing Third Thursday Series at KSC, which addresses issues relating to America Since September 11. The next discussion, America as Seen from the Outside: The European View, the View from the Islamic Countries and the Developing World, will be held on November 21. The series is sponsored by the KSC Honors Council and KSC Campus Ministry.
For more information, contact Paul Cullity at 358-2403.