After a snow day, February 26th, the final 3 conference sessions have been rescheduled for Thursday, May 27. Speakers will include Michael Oppenheimer, Ronald Bayer, Nicholas Lemann, Daniel Ellsberg, Peter Galison, Daniel Sarewitz, John Palfrey, David D. Aufhauser, Eric Lichtblau, Victor Navasky and Naomi Oreskes.
Tickets purchased for Friday, February 26 will be honored.
To review the full agenda and to register for the first time, please visit, www.socres.org/limitingknowledge.
Join award winning journalists, distinguished scholars, and policy makers to examine how the U.S. government and other political and cultural institutions distort or otherwise affect the flow of information. What limits on access to knowledge safeguard our democracy and what limits erode it?
Keynote: Seymour Hersh on February 24 at 6 P.M.
Featured Speakers over February 25 and 26: Steven Aftergood, Ronald Bayer, Christopher Capozzola, Julie E. Cohen, Daniel Ellsberg, Peter L. Galison, Glenn Greenwald, Philip Kitcher, Nicholas Lemann, Eric Lichtblau, Rebecca Goldstein, Michael Oppenheimer, Alan Ryan, Daniel Sarewitz, and Jonathan Zittrain
All students: free
New School alumni and faculty: free
Nonprofit staff and members: $15; $5 per session
Regular: $35 for full conference; $8 per session
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