Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman, Dwight Stanford Professor of American Foreign Relations, San Diego State University; National Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Monday Night Philosophy dives into the history of U.S. foreign policy. Most historians believe the U.S. is an empire; the past two presidents and most of the public disagree. What does it matter? Hoffman offers a challenging new interpretation of America's past with important implications for the way forward.
George Bisharat, Professor of Law, UC Hastings Jess Ghannam, Ph.D; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Global Health Sciences, UCSF School of Medicine John Rothmann, Radio Host and Chief Political Analyst, KKSF AM 910 Janine Zacharia, Journalist; Professor of Communication, Stanford University Jonathan Curiel, Journalist; Reuters Foundation Research Fellow, Oxford – Moderator
Saxby Chambliss, U.S. Senator (R- Georgia); Vice-Chairman, Senate Select Committee on Intelligence; Member, Senate Armed Services Committee; Member, Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry; Member, Senate Rules Committee John Diaz, Editorial Page Editor, San Francisco Chronicle - Moderator Read more »
Koji Tsutsui, Architect, Koji Tsutsui Architects Greg Gomes, Woodworking and Veneer Expert, Artistic Veneers E.B. Min, Partner, Min|Day Architects Carin Adams, Associate Curator of Art and Material Culture and Co-curator of SuperAwesome: Art andGiant Robot, Oakland Museum of California, Brandon K. Hill, Founder and CEO, btrax Joachim Muller Lance, Font Designer; Principal and Owner, Kame Design Studio Read more »