From lohmann@ucla.edu Fri Sep 28 15:58:28 2001 Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2001 10:47:02 -0700
From: Susanne Lohmann
To: lohmann@ucla.edu
Subject: 2001/02 Great Ideas in the Social Sciences
Friends,
Please find pasted into this e-mail below the 2001/02 schedule of "Great Ideas in the Social Sciences" events sponsored by the UCLA Center for Governance.

October 4, 2001 Noon
Great Ideas lunch seminar on The Four Elementary Forms of Sociality
Speaker: Alan Page Fiske, UCLA Department of Anthropology
Discussant: James DeNardo, UCLA Department of Political Science
Bunche Hall 4355C
Sponsored by the UCLA Center for Governance

October 18/19, 2001
Conference on Herding Cats, Moving Cemeteries, and Hauling Academic
Trunks: Managing Change in Higher Education
Organized by Susanne Lohmann, UCLA Department of Political Science
UCLA Faculty Center, UCLA Bradley International Hall, and Getty Museum
Sponsored by the UCLA Center for Governance and the UC Berkeley Center
for Studies in Higher Education

Date To Be Announced Noon
Great Ideas lunch seminar on Title To Be Announced
James Q. Wilson, UCLA Anderson School and Department of Political Science
Bunche Hall 4355C
Sponsored by the UCLA Center for Governance

November 9, 2001 (all-day experimental laboratory)
Graduate seminar on The Economic Significance and Modeling of Emotions
Frans Van Winden, University of Amsterdam Department of Economics and CREED (Collaborative Research in the Economics of Environment and Development)
Bunche Hall 4355C and California Social Science Experimental Laboratory
Co-sponsored by the UCLA Center for Governance, the UCLA Department of Political Science, the UCLA Department of Economics, and the UCLA Department of Anthropology

Fall 2001 Noon Date To Be Announced
Great Ideas lunch seminar on Emotional Hazard as a Source of Welfare Loss in Social Interactions
Frans Van Winden, University of Amsterdam Department of Economics and CREED (Collaborative Research in the Economics of Environment and Development)
Bunche Hall 4355C
Sponsored by the UCLA Center for Governance

November 16, 2001
Conference on From Homo Oeconomicus to Homo Sapiens: The Economics of Thinking and Feeling
Co-organized by Frans Van Winden, University of Amsterdam Department of Economics and CREED (Collaborative Research in the Economics of Environment and Development), and Susanne Lohmann, UCLA Department of Political Science
UCLA Faculty Center
Sponsored by the UCLA Center for Governance

December 7, 2001
Computational Colloquium
Organized by Bill McKelvey and the UCLA Working Group on Computational Social Science
UCLA Anderson School
Co-sponsored by the UCLA Center for Computational Social Science and the UCLA Center for Governance