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WELCOMING REMARKS - Donald E. Hall, Herbert J. and Ann L. Siegel Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Lehigh University.


SPEAKER - Dr. Saladin Ambar, Associate Professor of Political Science, Lehigh University "Taking Malcolm X Seriously: A View Beyond the Icon." Introduction by Dr. Donald E. Hall.


SPEAKER - Dr. Omid Safi, Director of Duke Islamic Studies, Duke University. "American between a Dream and a Nightmare: America, Islam, and the Convergence of Martin and Malcolm." Introduction by Dr. Robert Rozehnal

PANEL - Dr. Hisham Aidi, Lecturer, Columbia University: Dr. Robert Rozehnal, Associate Professor of Religion Studies and Director of Center for Global Islamic Studies, Lehigh University: Dr. Omid Safi, Director of Duke Islamic Studies, Duke University. "Malcolm and Islam."


KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, Professor of Sociology, Georgetown University with Dr. James B. Peterson, Director of Africana Studies Program and Associate Professor of English, Lehigh University. "Malcolm X's Influence: 50 Years."

 


SPEAKER - Ms. Rosa Alicia Clemente, Visiting Lecturer W.E.B. Du Bois Department, Afro-American Studies, CSULA; Doctoral Candidate, UMASS-Amherst, Pan African Studies Department; 2008 VP Candidate-Green Party "Malcolm X and the Meaning of Activism for Today." Introduction by Dr. James B. Peterson.

 


SPEAKER - Dr. Pap Ndiaye, Professor, Institut d' Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) "Malcolm X and Paris: Looking Back, Looking Forward." Introduction by Dr. Saladin Ambar.

 


SPEAKER - Mr. Tariq Ali, Historian and Novelist; Editor of New Left Review "Radicalism in the 21st Century: How has the Left Coped with the Triumph of Capital in the Last Decades of the Last Century?" Introduction by Dr. Saladin Ambar.

 


PANEL - Mr. Tariq Ali, Historian and Novelist: Editor of New Left Review: Dr. Saladin Ambar, Associate Professor of Political Science, Lehigh University: Dr. Pap Ndiaye, Professor, Institut d' Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po): Dr. Amardeep Singh, Associate Professor of English, Lehigh University. "International Perspectives."

 


SPEAKER - Dr. Carolyn Rouse, Professor of Anthropology, Princeton University "Reading Malcolm X from the Caves of Tora Bora: Reinterpreting a Global Icon at the End of History." Introduction by Dr. Saladin Ambar.


PANEL - Dr. James B. Peterson, Associate Professor of English and Director of Africana Studies Program, Lehigh University: Dr. Saladin Ambar, Associate Professor of Political Science, Lehigh University: Dr. Monica Miller, Assistant Professor of Religion Studes and Director of Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Lehigh University: Dr. Amardeep Singh, Associate Professor of English, Lehigh University.
"Reflections with Lehigh Faculty" Introduction by Dr. Donald E. Hall, Herbert J. and Ann L. Siegel Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Lehigh University.

 

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