What does it mean to be “Post-9/11? Politics, War and Security


Wednesday, September 7, 2011 - 6:00pm

SBS Week: 9.11 How We've Changed
What does it mean to be “Post-9/11”: Politics, War, and Security
Panel Presentation

Wedneday, September 7, 2011, 6PM
Free to the public
Refreshments will be served after the lecture.

The phrase “post-9/11” is now a common expression, but what exactly has changed about society since the attacks? How have the events of 9/11 influenced the long-term course of US foreign policy and domestic politics? This panel explores the broader macro-level effects of 9/11 in the arenas of security, politics, and war.

David Gibbs, Professor, History
Leila Hudson, Associate Professor, School of Middle Eastern & North African Studies
Douglas Weiner, Professor, History
John Adams, Brigadier General, U.S. Army (Retired), Ph.D. Candidate, School of Government and Public Policy
David Dunford, Adjunct Faculty, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Former Senior Coalition Advisor to the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affiars, and former U.S. Ambassador to Oman and former Acting U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia

Education Building, Room 211 (Kiva Auditorium)
Parking is available at any of the parking garages on the University of Arizona campus.

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