Friday, June 23, 2006


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mark brenneman said...

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Subject : Re: Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen to Discuss Identity and Violence - Live Webcast May 24th 
Date : Fri, Jun 23, 2006 12:56 PM
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>Subject: Re: Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen to Discuss Identity and Violence -
>Live Webcast May 24th
>Dear Members,
>We are pleased to announce a special event and unique opportunity for
>Development Gateway members! At 3:00pm on May 24th the World Bank's InfoShop,
>in collaboration with B-SPAN, will webcast a discussion by Nobel Laureate
>Amartya Sen about his recent publication, "Identity and Violence: The Illusion
>of Destiny". Challenging the reductionist view that people of the world can be
>partitioned into civilizational categories that reinforce our differences, Sen
>draws on history, economics, science, literature and offers a vision of a
>world that can be made to move toward peace as firmly as it has spiraled in
>recent years toward violence and war. Dr. Sen's other books include "On Ethics
>and Economics", "Development as Freedom", and "The Argumentative Indian".
>The webcast will take place Wednesday May 24th from 3:00pm-4:30pm EST (Eastern
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>At that time, you will be able to access the live webcast at http://webcast-
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>As members of the Development Gateway, you are invited to email your questions
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> during his live presentation. The event moderator
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>Culture helps form identity and worldview. We are shaped by our cultures, and
>perceived differences can be perceived as threatening. What can be done to
>transcend these tensions and bring about a greater sense of shared identity
>and a common, life affirming destiny? Please log in and share your replies on
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>"I am deeply impressed by power of Identity And Violence. Amartya Sen, one of
>the world's great thinkers, tells us how to go about building a more peaceful
>world. I hope the book will be read by all." - Ted Turner
>"The world's poor and dispossessed could have no more articulate or insightful
>a champion among economists than Amartya Sen. The United Nations, in its own
>development work, has benefited immensely from the wisdom and good sense of
>Professor Sen's views." - Kofi A. Annan, Secretary-General of the United
>For those of you in or near Washington DC, the event will take place in the
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>Amartya Sen, Professor, Harvard University. Amartya Sen has written several
>books including On Ethics and Economics, Development as Freedom, and The
>Argumentative Indian. Mr. Sen won the 1998 Nobel Prize in economics. A
>professor at Harvard, Mr. Sen lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Cambridge,
>Professor Sen will be Introduced by Ian Goldin, Vice President, External and
>UN Affairs, World Bank.
>Ian Goldin has been Vice President at the World Bank since May 2003.
>Previously, he was the Director of
>Development Policy. Prior to joining the Bank in February 2001, Dr. Goldin was
>the Chief Executive of the
>Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), Principal Economist at the
>European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in London, and Head of
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