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Lectures and Special Guests

Annual Cresse Lecture and Panel

Cresse Panel Discussion
Friday, November 3, 2017
9:30-11:00 a.m.
DeVoe Moore Conference Room
150E Bellamy Building, FSU Campus

Cresse Lecture
Friday, November 3, 2017
3:00-4:30 p.m.
College of Law Rotunda
308 M.L. King Blvd. S, Tallahassee

“The Economy in Historical Perspective”

October 23, 2017, 5:30-6:30 pm
Grand Hall, Honors Scholars and Fellows House

Phi Beta Kappa and the Department of Economics present a talk by Price Fishback, Professor of Economics at the University of Arizona.

Fishback is a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. His research on American economic history has included employment and labor in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries especially the coal industry, and government programs of the New Deal.

"Government and Emerging Technologies"

October 11, 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Devoe Moore Conference Room, Bellamy 150E

It seems like technology is changing everything—from how we shop to how we eat, learn, travel and more. How should the federal, state, and local governments respond?

Join us for a discussion with Adam Thierer, author and Senior Research Fellow with the Technology Policy Program at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.

"2016: An Election Like No Other" October 13, 2016

University of South Florida Distinguished Professor of Political Science Susan MacManus, a noted media expert on politics and elections, delivers a lecture on the 2016 presidential race.

Selling candidates and their messages to voters in a high tech world where personalities often "trump" policies is a phenomenon that has seriously altered our electoral process. MacManus will discuss how the means of reaching voters has changed significantly since 2012.

Cynthia Tucker: Annual Cresse Lecture and Panel

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and University of Georgia Visiting Professor Cynthia Tucker will deliver a lecture and take part in a panel discussion as part of the annual Joe Cresse Ethics in Government Lecture Series sponsored by the Reubin O’D. Askew School of Public Administration and Policy at Florida State University.

Broad Lecture: Digital Divide and Disruption in Korea

In the wake of North Korea’s recent hacking of Sony Corporation over the release of the film “The Interview,” a Korean-based scholar will give the next Ruth K. and Shepard Broad International Lecture at Florida State University this month. James Larson, professor and chair in the Department of Technology and Society at SUNY Korea, will speak on “Digital Divide and Disruption in Korea.”

Annual Charles B. Nam lecture: "China's Changing Demography Is Changing China and the World"

The Center for Demography and Population Health
presents
The Charles B. Nam Lecture in the Sociology of Population

Dudley Poston is the United States’ leading demographic expert on China. His work in China has helped that country develop a professional core of demographic research. He also assists the U.S. in understanding the demographic realities of China and the global impacts of shifts in Chinese population and economic patterns, the topic of his Nam Lecture this year.

Nam Lecture: "Same-Sex Relationships and Well-Being"

With more than 70% of Americans living in 37 states where same-sex marriage is now legal and the U.S. Supreme Court set to rule on the constitutionality of state marriage bans, the annual Charles B. Nam Lecture at Florida State University addresses a timely subject. This year’s lecture will be delivered by an academic whose work led the American Sociological Association (ASA) to file an amicus brief with the court asserting that children raised by same-sex parents fare just as well as children raised by different-sex parents.

Demography of Immigrants to Israel from USSR

The Center for Demography and Population health presents a talk by

Barbara Okun, Hebrew University, Jerusalem

"Early Family Formation, Final Parity and Ideal Family Size among Immigrants to Israel from
the Former Soviet Union”

Jeffrey Alexander: "Reactions to the Holocaust and other Modern Mass Murders"

Cultural sociologist Jeffrey Alexander, the Lillian Chavenson Saden Professor of Sociology at Yale University, will visit Florida State University April 6 and 7 as a 2014-2015 Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar.

During his visit, Alexander will deliver the lecture “Cultural Trauma, Social Solidarity and Moral Responsibility: Reactions to the Holocaust and other Modern Mass Murders.”

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