Upcoming Colloquia Events

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    • Associate Professor of Law, Tel-Aviv University

Previous Colloquia Events

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    • Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Chicago
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    • Executive Director, Center for Economic and Social Rights
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    • Professor of Law and Faculty Director, Program on the Corporation, Law and Global Society, Northeastern University
  5. This conference explores how the regulation of migration has often served complex political and economic agendas by reinforcing inequalities through imposed legal categories. Through immigration restrictions, governments have acted to exclude, control, and derive gain from groups of men and women who, driven by poverty, environmental degradation, violence, and repression, have sought to enter the borders they enforce.
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    Santos will be presenting his latest work, “Lessons from the TPP and the Future of Labor Chapters in Trade Agreements.” His piece uses the failure of the Trans-Pacific Partnership to think through the merits of traditional “trade-labor” linkages, and explores various ways to “retool” the global economic regime to address broader distributive concerns and ameliorate the ill-effects of trade liberalization on labor, such as job losses and wage declines.
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    • Associate Professor of Anthropology, Sabanci Universitesi, Istanbul; Visitor, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
    Based on long-term ethnographic research in Turkey among ethnically Turkish labor migrants from Bulgaria, Parla’s presentation will inquire into the appeal and limits of the term “precarity,” an increasingly ubiquitous designation to refer to a generalized condition of insecurity and vulnerability.
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    • National Domestic Workers Alliance, Caring Across Generations
    The Rapoport Center and the Rothko Chapel are pleased to announce that labor organizer, author, and activist Ai-jen Poo will headline the third Frances Tarlton “Sissy” Farenthold Endowed Lecture in Peace, Social Justice and Human Rights.
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    • Louis A. Horvitz Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
    • Lloyd M. Bentsen Chair in Law & Associate Dean for Research, Texas Law
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    • Assistant Professor of Law and Economics, Goethe University, Frankfurt
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    • Director of Research Centers and Senior Lecturer, University of Wisconsin Law School
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    • Journalist and Syndicated Columnist, The New York Times; Author
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    • Associate Professor of Law and Development and Founding Director of the Program on Human Rights and Justice, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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    • Professor of Law and History, Harvard University
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    • William Fairfield Warren Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Health Law, Bioethics & Human Rights, Boston University School of Public Health
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    • James D. Wolfensohn Professor of Social Science, Institute for Advanced Study
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    • Director, Program on Global Health & Human Rights and Professor of Preventive Medicine and Professor of Law, University of Southern California
  26. Speakers:
    • Professor Emeritus, UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and UT Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
    • Director, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services
  27. Speakers:
    • Professor, Faculty of Law and the Women's and Gender Studies Institute, University of Toronto
    • Jack G. Clarke Professor of Law and Director of Graduate Studies, Cornell Law School
  28. Speakers:
    • Emeritus Professor of the Practice of Law, Duke Law School, and Professor Emeritus of Law, Washington College of Law, American University
    • Spanish Attorney, Lead Counsel in criminal case against Augusto Pinochet in Spain
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    • Professor Emeritus of Social Sciences, University Paris Diderot-Paris 7
    • Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights; Research Professor and Co-Director of the Project on Global Climate Change, Human Security, and Democracy, Orfalea Center, University of California, Santa Barbara
    • Albert G. Milbank Professor of International Law and Practice, Emeritus, Princeton University; Distinguished Visiting Professor in Global & International Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara
  31. Speakers:
    • Executive Director, Institute of Race Relations
    • Robert D. and Leslie Kay Raven Professor of Law in Access to Justice, University of California, Berkeley, School of Law
  32. Speakers:
    • Dorsey & Whitney Chair in Law, University of Minnesota Law School, and Professor of Law, Transitional Justice Institute, University of Ulster
    • Associate Professor of Law, Cornell University Law School