Co-sponsored by The Center for Jewish Studies
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Sir Isaiah Berlin, a group of scholars will gather to explore Berlin’s ideas concerning nationalism, liberalism, and Zionism and their relevance for the challenges of our time and the future. Participants include Richard Wolin of the CUNY Graduate Center, Ian Buruma, of Bard College, Helena Rosenblatt of the CUNY Graduate Center, and Mark Lilla of Columbia University. Moderated by Joel Rosenthal, President of the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Policy, with opening comments by The Graduate Center’s Provost, Chase Robinson.
Added by Center for the Humanities on September 2, 2009