One of the most variable programs we run is the University Channel: a series of lectures, panels, and seminars from various Universities around the world made available to us through Princeton. The content ranges all over the map from foreign policy to education. We run two lectures a week: one premiers on Saturday, the second premiers on Tuesday, and each repeats twice before it’s replaced (see the online schedule for scheduled times). I try to update the online schedule with the title of each new show, but that sometimes doesn’t happen. Here’s a quick list of the titles coming up in the next 30 days.
Most University Channel content can also be viewed online… if you miss a program, want to view it again, or see an upcoming title that you can’t wait for us to broadcast, then go to uc.princeton.edu, search for the title, and view it right on your computer.
|Next 30 days of University Channel Programming|
|Premier Date||Program Title|
|Tuesday, December 22, 2009||After Guantanamo: The Way Forward – Dismantling Guantanamo: Facing the Challenges of Continued Detention and Repatriation|
|Saturday, December 26, 2009||After Guantanamo: The Way Forward – The Appropriate Venues for Trying Terrorist Cases|
|Tuesday, December 29, 2009||After Guantanamo: The Way Forward – Accountability for the Torture Memos|
|Saturday, January 02, 2010||The Death Penalty and the Constitution|
|Tuesday, January 05, 2010||The Indian Road to Copenhagen|
|Saturday, January 09, 2010||How Small Emergencies Undermine Big Constitutional Principles|
|Tuesday, January 12, 2010||A Conversation with Lord Nicholas Stern|
|Saturday, January 16, 2010||Prospects for a Global Climate Treaty in Copenhagen: Will the US Join the Struggle for 21st Century?|
|Tuesday, January 19, 2010||Building Global Peace: Turkish Regional Foreign Policy|
|Saturday, January 23, 2010||The Final Hurdle for Mideast Peace? Negotiating Solutions for the Palestinian Refugee Question|