The Patten Lecture Series

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  • Folbre, Nancy (Indiana University William T. Patten Foundation, 2015-11-12)
    In “The Political Economy of Patriarchal Systems”, Folbre examines feminist efforts to theorize the emergence and evolution of gender inequality no longer invoke some abstract, a-historical “patriarchy.” Rather, they explore ...
  • Folbre, Nancy (Indiana University William T. Patten Foundation, 2015-11-10)
    In “Monsters of the Economic: Inequality, Fear, and Loathing in America”, Folbre examines the trend toward extreme income inequality within the U.S. and the global economy as a whole is clear. But the numbers don’t reveal ...
  • Oreskes, Naomi (Indiana University William T. Patten Foundation, 2015-03-11)
    The U.S. scientific community has long led the world in research on such areas as public health, environmental science, and issues affecting quality of life. In particular, American scientists, dating back to Roger Revelle ...
  • Oreskes, Naomi (Indiana University William T. Patten Foundation, 2015-03-09)
    Scientists working on climate change and other environmental issues often speak of the risk of “crying wolf,” concerned about losing credibility if the threats they are documenting do not turn out to be as serious as current ...
  • Searle, John (Indiana University William T. Patten Foundation, 2014-09-11)
    The distinctive features of human civilization, as opposed to animal societies, are such things as money, property, marriage, government, etc. These are created and partly constituted by linguistic representations. For ...

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