A group of panelists will consider the various ways the U.S. and the world have changed in the last decade as part of a special roundtable discussion, "A Decade Later: 9/11 Reflection." The event takes place Monday, Sept. 12 at 4 p.m. in Schulz 3001.
A diverse panel of speakers will discuss various topics, including:
* Political science professor Barry Preisler addresses changes in foreign policy towards the Middle East.
* Imam Ali Siddiqhi considers the rise of anti-Islamism and discrimination against Muslim-Americans.
* Student Erik Uriarte discusses what 9/11 looked like through the eyes of an American soldier.
*Political science professor Cynthia Boaz talks about the "other 9/11" - the day that Gandhi committed himself to the principle of nonviolent resistance and introduced the world to the concept of satyagraha back in 1906.