Friday, February 3, 2006

Legitimacy and Western & Non-Western Views of Human Rights

Day One


Human Rights in US Constitutional Litigation Panel
Prof. Sarah Cleveland, Univ. of Texas (internationalist position) 19:50 min
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Prof. Julian Ku, Hofstra Univ. (American exceptionalist position, constitutional emphasis) 15:50 min
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Prof. A. Mark Weisburd, Univ. of North Carolina (American exceptionalist position, public international law emphasis) 14:57 min
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Prof. Micheline Ishay, Univ. of Denver (intellectual history of human rights) 20:04 min
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Judicial Commentary Roundtable
Representative foreign and US judges will comment on the above presentations 36:05 min
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Current Non-US Theoretical Views Panel
Dr. Pip Nicholson, Univ. of Melbourne (Socialist law views of economic & social rights, Vietnam) 17:46 min
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Prof. Li Mei Qin, National Univ. of Singapore (economic law development and Chinese goals) 16:45 min
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Prof. Erman Rajagukguk, Univ. of Indonesia (Aceh MOU & sharia law consistancy with int'l human rights instruments) 18:19 min
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Prof. Alan Mittleman, Jewish Theological Seminary NYC (economic & social rights in Judaic thought) 15:29 min
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Audience Q&A 15:36 min
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Religious Freedom Roundtable
Focus Paper: Syafa'atun Almirzanah, State Islamic Univ. Sunan Kalijaga, Yogyakarta, Indonesia (apostasy & religious freedom issues) 21:00 min
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Ecumenical and constitutional commentary from religious & legal panelists 30:45 min
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US Executive Branch Policy & Sources of Law Panel
Lt. Cdr. Todd Huntley, JAG, SOCOM, Tampa, formerly of Defense Institute for International Legal Studies (human rights training of foreign military)  15:27 min
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Dean Marsudi Triatmodjo, Gadjah Mada Univ., Yogyakarta, Indonesia (foreign sources, human rights & int'l environmental law) 20:54 min
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Prof. David Linnan, Univ. of South Carolina (direction of US versus foreign sources of law) 10:53 min
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Audience Q&A 11:35 min
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Legitimacy Roundtable

Focus Paper: Col. William Hudson, USA JAG & SJA 3rd Infantry Division (rule of law efforts in Iraq) 17:50 min
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US and foreign panelists commentary on US human rights advocary and concerns about legitimacy & military force 46:22 min
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Asia Regional Panel
Prof. Andrew Harding, Univ. of Victoria, BC (Buddhist views of rights & Southern Thai Islamic insurgency) 18:05 min
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Prof. Anne Hansen, Univ. Wisconsin Milwukee (Theraveda Buddhism & violence) 19:51 min
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Prof. Harkristuti Harkrisnowo, Univ. of Indonesia (ASEAN views of rights) 18:26 min
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Prof. Stephen Angle, Wesleyan Univ. (traditional Chinese views of rights) 17:53 min
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Audience Q&A  04:17 min
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Africa Regional Panel
Prof. Joe Oloka-Onyango, Makerere Univ., Kampala, Uganda (African views of rights) 17:49 min
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Prof. Simeon Ilesanmi, Wake Forest Univ. (religious views affecting rights in Africa) 11:50 min
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Prof. Jennifer Moore, Univ. of New Mexico (former UN refugee officer view of African human rights on the ground) 19:51 min
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Lt. Col. Kevin Govern, USMA at West Point (legal analysis of potential humanitarian relief operations in Dafur) 15:56 min
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Audience Q&A  11:17 min
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End of Day One

Saturday, February 4, 2006

Day Two


Islamic Views of Democracy Panel
Prof. Mark Cammack, Southwestern Law School (range of views in Southeast Asian Islam) 15:17 min
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Imam Nur Azis , Partai Keadilan Sejahtera Indonesian National Parliament representative (conservative Islamic view from leading Islamic party representative, via videoconferencing) 07:43 min
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Prof. Fajrul Falaakh, Gadjah Mada Univ., Yogyakarta, Indonesia & Nadhlatul Ulama (progressive Islamic view, via videoconferencing) 09:29 min
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Waleed El-Ansary, George Washington University & Islamic Research Institute, Washington, DC (Islamic views of economic democracy) 19:48 min
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Prof. Bahman Baktiari, Univ. of Maine (views in Iran) 19:31 min
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Prof. Henry Steiner, Harvard Univ. (democracy as human right) 16:23 min
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Audience Q&A 25:58 min
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Women's & Human Rights Under Islam Panel
Prof. Siti Ruhaini Dzuhayatin, State Islamic Univ. Sunan Kalijaga, Yogyakarta, Indonesia (women & sharia law, via videoconferencing) 7:26 min
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Dr. Sri Natin, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia (women & traditional law) 19:38 min
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Lily Zakiyah Munir, Centre for Pesantren and Democracy Studies, Jakarta, Indonesia (varieties of sharia law) 22:52 min
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Audience Q&A 28:00 min
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Americas Regional Panel
Judge Ricardo Colmenares Olivar, Univ. of Zulia, Venezuela & Superior Criminal Court (indigenous rights in South America) 20:04 min
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Juan Ricardo Aparicio Cuervo, UNC-Chapel Hill (IDPs in Columbia) 18:38 min
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Prof. Christine Kovic, Univ. of Houston Clearlake (liberation theology in Central America) 15:57 min
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Chief Joe Linklater, Vuntat Gwitchin First Nation, Yukon, Canada (habitat destruction & indigenous rights in North America) 21:49 min
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Audience Q&A 28:07 min
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Monday, April 3, 2006
The original Islam & Europe Human Rights Panel for Saturday, February 4, 2006 was rescheduled and expanded for separate presentation as Islamic Minorities in the West on Monday, April 3, 2006.
 
Islamic Minorities in the West
Prof. Jocelyne Cesari, CNRS and Harvard Univ. (French veiling ban as human rights issue)
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Prof Hakan Yavuz, Univ. of Utah (Turkey, Islam & EU human rights issues) 17:55 min
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Audience Q&A 13:16 min
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Imran Lum, Centre for the Study of Contemporary Islam, University of Melbourne (Islam in Australia and Recent Challenges, via videoconferencing)
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Juliane Hammer, Elon University (The Cartoon Controversy: Muslim Responses in America and Europe) 23:47 min
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Audience Q&A 27:44 min
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