“Justice and Its Limits Conference”

• Frank Michelman (Harvard Law School) — How the Constitution Changes
• Lucy White (UCLA Law School) — Respondant to Frank Michelman”
• Leonard Levy (Claremont Graduate School) –Original Intent and the Founder
• Charles Kesler (Claremont McKenna College) –Respondant to Leonard Levy
• Nancy Fraser (Northwestern University) — Solidarity or Singularity: Richard Rorty Between Romanticism and Technocracy
• Laurie Shrage (Cal Poly, Pomona) — Respondant to Nancy Fraser
• Mary Poovey (Johns Hopkins University) — Justice and Gender
• Catherine Hantzis (USC Law School) — Respondant to Mary Poovey
• Claude Lefort (Ecole des Hautes Etudes) — Human Rights in the Age of Relativism
• Scott Warren (Pomona College) — Respondant to Claude Lefort
• Sheldon Wolin (Princeton University and UCLA) — Justice and Amnesia
• Sharon Snowiss (Pitzer College) — Respondant to Sheldon Wolin
• Evelyn Fox Keller (Northeastern University) — Ideology and the Scientific Method
• Daniel Guthrie (Claremont Joint Science Program) — Respondant to Evelyn Fox Keller
• Toni Morrison (Author of Beloved, The Bluest Eye, Sula, and Tar Baby, Winner of the National Book Award, 1987)