Fernand Braudel Center for the Study of Economies, Historical Systems, and Civilizations Binghamton University Development Sociology and the Polson Institute for Global Development, Cornell University Conversations in the Discipline Food, Energy, Environment: Crisis of the Modern World-System October 9-10, 2009 All sessions are held in Casadesus Recital Hall, Fine Arts Bldg., Binghamton University Friday, October 9 11 am 3 1 pm Registration , Green Room, Fine Arts Bldg. 1:15 3 1:30 pm Welcome Richard E. Lee , Director, Fernand Braudel Center Lois DeFleur , President, Binghamton University 1:30 3 2:30 pm Keynote Address Fred Magdoff , University of Vermont, Emeritus cMultiple Crises as Symptoms of an Unsustainable System d 2:30 3 3 pm Coffee break 3 3 5 pm Session I : FOOD , Dale Tomich , Chair Farshad Araghi , Sociology , Florida Atlantic University cLabor in Nature: Food, Ecology, and the Crisis of Global Value Relations d Harriet Friedmann, Sociology, University of Toronto; Development Sociology, Cornell University cCreative Finance: Effects on Food and Farming d Tony Weis , Geography, University of Western Canada cOur Ecological Hoofprint: And the Population Bomb of Reverse Protein Machines d Saturday, October 10 8:30 3 9 am Registration , Green Room, Fine Arts ... more. less.
Bldg.<br><br> 9 3 11 am Session II: Energy, Richard E. Lee , Chair Larry Lohmann , The Corner House, NGO cNeoliberalism and the Climate Crisis d John Wilkinson, Development, Agriculture and Society, Federal Rural University, Rio de Janeiro cAgribusiness and the Challenge of Sustainability in Brazil d David Pimentel , Ecology, Cornell University "Food, Biofuels and the Environment" 11 3 11:30 am Coffee break 11:30 am 3 1:30 pm Session III: environment, Philip McMichael , Chair Jason W. Moore, Human Geography, Lund University cA Brief Environmental History of Neoliberalism: The Perspective of the Longue Durée d Joan Martinez Alier , ICTA, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona cThe EROI of Agriculture: The Usefulness of this Concept for Peasant Movements such as Via Campesina d Richard York , Sociology, University of Oregon cSmoke and Mirrors: Capitalism 9s 8Solutions 9 to Environmental Crises d 1:30 3 2:30 pm Lunch , University Union room 252, included in registration fee, preregistration required 2:30 3 4:30 pm Session IV: Wrap Richard E.<br><br> Lee , Fernand Braudel Center and Sociology, Binghamton University Philip McMichael , Development Sociology, Cornell University Dale Tomich , Fernand Braudel Center and Sociology and History, Binghamton University All sessions are held in Casadesus Recital Hall, Fine Arts Bldg., Binghamton University Preregistration is required for Saturday lunch Preregistration is strongly recommended. Deadline: Extended to Noon, Monday, October 5, 2009 Lodging For those attending the conference, a group rate is available at: Quality Inn and Suites (formerly Holiday Inn at the University) 4105 Vestal Parkway East, Vestal NY 13850 Phone: 607-729-6371; Fax: 607-729-6407 $64.95 per room, single king, or two double beds; smoking or non Deadline for guaranteed room rate is October 1, 2009 Please call or send Hotel Reservation Form (below) directly to the hotel Parking Friday: Parking is available in the Paid Garage (closest to Fine Arts Bldg.) and Paid Visitor Lot for $5 Saturday: Paid Garage and Paid Visitors Lot - $5, or free in regular campus parking lots. For more Information, contact : Food, Energy, Environment Fernand Braudel Center Binghamton University P.<br><br> O. Box 6000 Binghamton NY 13902-6000 phone 607-777-4924; fax 607-777-4315; email: email@example.com http://fbc.binghamton.edu Campus Map and Directions to Binghamton University http://www2.binghamton.edu/about/visiting-campus/maps-and-directions.html FOOD, ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT: CRISIS OF THE MODERN WORLD-SYSTEM Binghamton University, October 9-10, 2009 Conference Registration Form Registration Receipt Deadline: Extended to Noon, October 5, 2009 (Please Print) Name_____________________________________________________________ Institution__________________________________________________________ Department________________________________________________________ Mailing Address_____________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ Email_____________________________________________________________ Registration Fee: $______________ ($20 faculty, non-students; $10 students) Preregistration includes Saturday lunch Total amount enclosed $__________ Please send check in U.S. currency by Oct.<br><br> 5, 2009 payable to: "Fernand Braudel Center" Binghamton University P.O. Box 6000 Binghamton NY 13902-6000 Phone: 607-777-4924 Fax: 607-777-4315 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org <Cut here> ********************************************************************************************** Colloquium: FOOD, ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT Hotel Reservation Form Send directly to: Quality Inn and Suites 4105 Vestal Parkway East, Vestal NY 13850 Phone: 607-729-6371 FAX: 607-729-6407 Hotel Guaranteed Rate ($64.95) Deadline: October 1, 2009 Name_________________________________________ Address_______________________________________ _____________________________________________ Telephone____________________________________ Accommodations needed________________________ Date/time of arrival_______________________________ Date/time of departure____________________________ _____Please guarantee reservation past 4 p.m. Credit card name, number, exp.<br><br> date ______________________________________________ Signature_______________________________________ Fernand Braudel Center Conference: FOOD, ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT