Scott Dodson, Professor of Law, College of Law, UC Hastings; Editor, The Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Barbara Babcock, Crown Professor of Law, Stanford University Law School; Author, Woman Lawyer: The Trials of Clara Foltz – Moderator
A Good Lit program sponsored by the Bernard Osher Foundation. Read more »
Satu Limaye, Director, East-West Center in Washington Bruce Stokes, Director of Global Economic Attitudes, Global Attitudes Project, Pew Research Center
The Honorable John V. Roos, Former U.S. Ambassador to Japan Dan Bob, Director of Programs and Senior Fellow, Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA – Moderator
On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, an expert panel will examine the depth and strength of U.S. ties with Japan based on public opinion and statistics. Read more »
Join a discussion of new and emerging solutions to the challenges of growing older. In this group you can find out about new products that can help postpone the day when growing older starts to get in the way of living life to the fullest. Feel free to share your ideas about what works and what does not work well with others from your community and members of other circles. Contribute your ideas for solutions that need to be developed to the Longevity Collective’s growing list of new product ideas. Read more »
Laila El-Sissi, Author, Out from the Shadow of Men Judith Hornok, Author, Modern Arab Women; Founder, Hornok & Partner, which advises companies to understand business culture in the Gulf region Aisha Wahab, Afghan-American Human Rights and Political Activist Dina Ibrahim, Ph.D., Educator; Middle East analyst; Producer, Hope and Fear: Egypt on the Tipping Point – Moderator Read more »
A witty, warm and engaging book about Russians and the food obsessions of Soviet life; it is also a culinary history of the Russian Revolution and its consequences. In the great tradition of Russian memoirs, it presents a view of the country's past and culture in the mode of “laughter through tears.” A delicious read complete with recipes.
Make your voice heard in an enriching, provocative and fun discussion with Club members as you weigh in on events shaping the face of the Middle East, North Africa and Afghanistan. Each month, the Middle East Member-Led Forum hosts an informal roundtable discussion on a topic frequently suggested by recent headlines. After a brief introduction, the floor will be open for discussion. All interested members are encouraged to attend. There will also be a brief planning session.