Bibliography

BOOKS

ARTICLES

PLAYS, TELEVISION SCRIPTSRECENT LECTURES AND CONSULTANCIES

BOOKS

BOOKS Sole Author

•IF MAYORS RULED THE WORLD: DYSFUNCTIONAL NATIONS AND RISING CITIES. Yale University Press, 2013.
• FEAR’S EMPIRE: WAR, TERRORISM AND DEMOCRACY IN AN AGE OF INTERDEPENDENCE. W.W. Norton, 2003• CONSUMED: HOW MARKETS CORRUPT CHILDREN, INFANTILIZE ADULTS, AND SWALLOW CITIZENS WHOLE. W.W. Norton, 2008.

• THE TRUTH OF POWER: INTELLECTUAL AFFAIRS IN THE CLINTON WHITE HOUSE. W.W. Norton, 2001.

• A PLACE FOR US: HOW TO MAKE SOCIETY CIVIL AND DEMOCRACY STRONG. Hill and Wang/Farrar & Strauss, 1998; Spanish Edition: UN LUGAR PARA TODOS, Ediciones Paidos Iberica, Barcelona, 2000.

• A PASSION FOR DEMOCRACY: AMERICAN ESSAYS. Princeton University Press, 1998; paperback edition, 2000.

• JIHAD VERSUS MCWORLD. Times Books, 1995, Paperback, Ballantine Books; 1996. German editions: COCA COLA UND HEILIGER KRIEG. Scherz Verlag, 1996; mass paperback edition, DEMOKRATIE IM WÜRGEGRIFF. Fischer Verlag, 2000; French edition: DJIHAD VERSUS MCWORLD. Desclee de Brouwer, Paris, 1996; Plusier, mass paperback, 2001. Also: Polish, Italian, Turkish, Greek, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese and Dutch editions, 1997-2002.

• AN ARISTOCRACY OF EVERYONE: THE POLITICS OF EDUCATION AND THE FUTURE OF AMERICA. Ballantine Books, 1992. Paperback edition: Oxford University Press 1994. French translation, L’EXCELLENCE ET L’EGALITE. Paris: Belin, 1993.

• THE CONQUEST OF POLITICS: LIBERAL PHILOSOPHY IN DEMOCRATIC TIMES. Princeton University Press, 1988; paperback, 1990.

• STRONG DEMOCRACY: PARTICIPATORY POLITICS FOR A NEW AGE. University of California Press, 1984. Hard and paperback editions; Second Edition with new introduction, 1994. Translations: French, German, Turkish and Polish.

• MARRIAGE VOICES: A Novel. New York: Summit Books, 1981. Portuguese, Dutch and Swedish translations.

• LIBERATING FEMINISM. New York: Continuum Books/Seabury Press, 1975. Paperback: Delta Books, 1976.

• THE DEATH OF COMMUNAL LIBERTY: A HISTORY OF FREEDOM IN A SWISS MOUNTAIN CANTON. Princeton University Press, 1974.

• SUPERMAN AND COMMON MEN: FREEDOM, ANARCHY AND THE REVOLUTION New York: Praeger Publishers, 1971. Paperback: London: Penguin Books, 1972.

BOOKS Co-Author

• Watson, Patrick and Barber, Benjamin. THE STRUGGLE FOR DEMOCRACY Book of the CBC/PBS television series “The Struggle For Democracy.” Toronto, Canada: Lester Orpen & Dennys, 1988. (U.S. edition: Little, Brown & Company; French translation; NEW EDITION, 2000).

• Barber, Benjamin and Friedrich, C.J. and Curtis, M. TOTALITARIANISM IN PERSPECTIVE Praeger Publishers, 1969.

BOOKS edited

• Barber, Benjamin. CIVILISER LA DEMOCRATIE. Paris, France: Desclee de Brouwer, 1998.

• Battistoni, R. EDUCATION FOR DEMOCRACY (A SERVICE LEARNING READER). Kendall-Hunt, 1993.

• McGrath, M.J. THE ARTIST AND POLITICAL VISION. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Books, 1981.

• POLITICAL THEORY: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY. Sage Publications, 1974-83: Vols. 3-12.

ARTICLES

Scholarly Journals and Collections

• “The Price of Irony.” SALMAGUNDI Edition #148-149 (Fall-Winter 2005).

• “Vom Ende Der Neocons.” CICERO, November 2005.

• “Dreamers Without Borders,” THE AMERICAN PROSPECT. August 2005.

• “Which Democracy and Which Technology?” DEMOCRACY AND NEW MEDIA. Ed. Henry Jenkins and David Thorburn. Cambridge, Mass: The MIT Press, 2003. 33-48.

• “Politics on Broadway.” SALMAGUNDI Edition # 137-138 (Winter-Spring 2003).

• “Jihad vs. McWorld.” WITH AN OPEN MIND: TOLERANCE AND DIVERSITY from the Alfred Herrhausen Society for International Dialogue 10th Annual Colloqium in Berlin. 2002. Ed. by Susan Stern and Elisabeth Seligmann. Frankfurt au Main, Germany: Frankfurter Allgemeine Buch, 2003.

• “Cultura McWorld.” POR UMA OUTRA COMUNICACAO: MIDIA, MUNDIALIZACAO, CULTURAL E PODER. Ed. by Denis de Moraes. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Editora Record, 2003.

• “Schlange und Kaninchen,” DIE HYPERMACHT: USA in NAHAUFNAHME. Ed. by Stefan Fuchs. Germany: Edition Nautilus Verlag Lutz Schulenberg, 2002.

• “Die ambivalenten Auswirkungen digitaler Technologie auf die Demokratie in einer sich globalisierenden Welt,” GUT ZU WISSEN. Ed. by Andreas Polterman. Germany: Heinrich-Boll-Stiftung/Westfalishces Dampfboot, 2002.

• “The War of All Against All: Terror and the Politics of Fear,” WAR AFTER SEPTEMBER 11. Ed. Verna V. Gehring. Lanham, Md: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2002.

• “Just Before: A Testimonial,” ROSAS/ANNE TERESA DE KEERSMAEKER. Ed. Guy Gypens, Sara Jansen, and Theo van Rompay. Brussels: La Renaissance du Livre, 2002.

• “To Invade or Not to Invade? TAP vs. TNR: Transcript of the American Prospect Debate.” THE AMERICAN PROSPECT web feature. December 11, 2002.

• “Neither Consent Nor Dissent: Bush’s uncontested war.” THE AMERICAN PROSPECT Volume 13, Issue 20 (November 4, 2002).

• “Confronting Terrorism: Smart Bombs or Smart Concepts?” THE COMMONWEALTH (August 15, 2002).

• “Par dela Djihad versus McWorld,” LE REVUE INTERNATIONALE ET STRATEGIQUE 46 (2002).

• “Epilogue: An Architecture of Liberty? The city as democracy’s forge.” OUT OF GROUND ZERO: CASE STUDIES IN URBAN REINVENTION. Ed. Joan Ockman. New York, NY: Prestel Verlag and the Trustees of Columbia University, 2002.

• “Democracy and Terror in the Era of Jihad vs. McWorld.” WORLDS OF COLLISION: Terror and the Future of Global Order. Ed. Ken Booth and Tim Dunne. Great Britain: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.

• “Our Morals Are Neither Arbitrary nor Absolute,” THE RESPONSIVE COMMUNITY Volume 12, Issue 3 (Summer 2002).

• “Der Kapitalismus und sein globales Dilemma, ” DIE BANK Nr. 9 (September 2002).

• Sunstein, Cass. “Review: REPUBLIC.COM.” ETHICS Volume 112–No. 4 (July 2002).

• “Strong Democracy.” THEORIES of DEMOCRACY: A Reader. Ed. Thomas C. Conte and Ronald J. Terchek. Lanham, Md: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers Inc., 2002.

• “A Mandate for Liberty.” THE ESSENTIAL COMMUNITARIAN READER. Ed. Amitai Etzioni. Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers Inc., 2002.

• “Foreword.” THE DEMOCRACY READER. Ed. Sondra Myers. New York City: International Debate Education Association, 2002.

• “On Interdependence.” THE DEMOCRACY READER. Ed. Sondra Myers. New York City: International Debate Education Association, 2002.

• “On Globalization” THE DEMOCRACY READER. Ed. Sondra Myers. New York City: International Debate Education Association, 2002.

• “Terror’s Aftermath: U.S. Strengths are Terrorist Opportunities.” THE DEMOCRACY READER. Ed. Sondra Myers. New York City: International Debate Education Association, 2002.

• “Excerpt from Jihad vs. McWorld.” THE DEMOCRACY READER. Ed. Sondra Myers. New York City: International Debate Education Association, 2002.

• “Can Democracy Survive Globalization in an Age of Terrorism?” COMMUNITY VALUES IN AN AGE OF GLOBALIZATION. Ed. Marsha Hanen, Alex Barber, and David Cassels. The Sheldon M. Chumir Foundation, 2002.

• “The Educated Student: Global Citizen or Global Consumer?” LIBERAL EDUCATION: Journal of the Association of American Colleges and Universities Vol. 88, No. 2 (Spring 2002).

• “Ein Krieg ‘jeder gegen jeden’: Terror und die Politik der Angst.” DAS PARLAMENT (May 3, 2002).

• “Afro-America: At the Start of a New Century: transcript of a conference sponsored by Salmagundi and held at Skidmore College in February 2000.” SALMAGUNDI JOURNAL No. 133-134 (Winter-Spring 2002).

• “Does globalization put the nation-state at risk? YES.” CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL ISSUE (Fourth Edition). Ed. Paul Barker and Mark Charlton. Nelson/Thomson Canada Limited, 2002.

• “Terrorism’s Challenge to Democracy.” COLLOQUY HARVARD ALUMNI QUARTERLY (Winter 2002).

• “Audience, Art and Utility.” SALMAGUNDI JOURNAL (Fall 2001).

• “Jihad vs. McWorld Revisited: Opening a Democratic Front in the Fight Against Terrorism.” THE BERLIN JOURNAL (Autumn 2001).

• “Scholars and the Truth of Power.” THE CHRONICLE REVIEW (August 10, 2001).

• “The Culture of Politics of Culture.” SALMAGUNDI JOURNAL (Spring 2001).

• “Globalism Nightmare or Global Civil Society?” FREEDOM IN THE WORLD: THE ANNUAL SURVEY OF POLITICAL RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES 2000-2001

• “The Most Insidious Censorship: A conversation with K. Anthony Appiah and Benjamin Barber.” PEN AMERICA: A JOURNAL FOR WRITERS AND READERS Vol. 1, Issue 1 (Winter 2000/01)

• ” De oorlog van allen tegen allen.” NEXUS (2001).

• “Public Education and Democracy.” KETTERING REVIEW Vol. 19, No. 2 (Spring 2001).

• “The Uncertainty of Digital Politics.” HARVARD INTERNATIONAL REVIEW Vol. XXIII, No. 1 (Spring 2001).

• “The Need for More Democracy.” PROGRESSIVE POLITICS IN THE GLOBAL AGE. Ed. Henry Tam. Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 193-201.

• “Malled, Mauled, and Overhauled: Arresting Suburban Sprawl by Transforming Suburban Malls into Usable Civic Space.” PUBLIC SPACE AND DEMOCRACY (2001).

• “How to Make Society Civil and Democracy Strong.” THE GLOBAL THIRD WAY DEBATE. Edited by Anthony Giddens. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press, 2001.

• “Blood Brothers, Consumers, or Citizens? Three Models of Identity – Ethnic, Commercial, and Civic.” CULTURAL IDENTITY AND THE NATION STATE. Edited by Carol C. Gould and Pasquale Pasquino. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, 2001.

• “Globalizing Democracy.” THE AMERICAN PROSPECT Vol. 11 no. 20 (September 11, 2000).

• “Can Democracy Survive Globalization.” GOVERNMENT AND OPPOSTION Volume 35 No. 3 (Leonard Schapiro Lecture delivered at the London School of Economics on May 4, 2000).

• “Globalisierung, Privatisierung, Kommerzialisierung.” VON DER RISIKOGESELLSCHAFT ZUR CHANCENGESELLSCHAFT (2000).

• “La democratie a 1’heure de la mondialisation,” SCIENCES HUMAINES (February 2000).

• “Challenges to the Common Good in the Age of Globalism,” SOCIAL EDUCATION 64(1) (2000): 8-13.

• “En Plats For Kommers Eller En Plats for Oss?” IT I DEMOKRATINS TJANST Sweden (December l999)

• “Deliberation, Democracy, and Power,” KETTERING REVIEW Vol. 17 No. 1 (Fall 1999).

• Roberts, Elizabeth & Amodin, Elias. PRAYERS FOR A THOUSAND YEARS: BLESSINGS AND EXPRESSIONS OF HOPE FOR THE NEW MILLENIUM. Harper San Francisco: 1999. Excerpt in book.

• “How Not to Change the World: Karl Marx’s Manifesto.” CONSTELLATIONS Vol. 6 No.2 (June 1999).

• “Jefferson and Democracy.” JEFFERSON READER (1999).

• “De M. de Tocqueville a Mme Clinton: menaces sur la societe civile.” CIVILISER LA DEMOCRATIE. Ed. Benjamin R. Barber. Paris, France: Desclee de Brouwer, 1998.

• “Libre marche, Etat et societe civile.” CIVILISER LA DEMOCRATIE. Ed. Benjamin R. Barber. Paris, France: Desclee de Brouwer, 1998

• “Fantasy of Fear: Huntington and the West versus the Rest.” HARVARD INTERNATIONAL REVIEW Vol. XX No. 1 (Winter 1998).

• “Privatization: Private Greed as Public Policy.” INSIGHT (August 1998).

• “Jihad vs. McWorld: A brands battleground or cultural war?” OUT OF THE BLUE: The J. Walter Thompson Magazine for Europe (Spring/Summer 1998).

• “Consumption as an Urban Revitalization Tool: Commentary on Two Models and Their Implications.” DESIGN AND CONSUMERISM: METROPOLIS CONFERENCE AT THE ICFF (May 18, 1998).

• “Dynamik der Demokratie: Zivile Gesellschaft” LETTRE INTERNATIONAL Fruhjahr 40 (March 1998).

• “Public Schooling: Education for Democracy.” THE PUBLIC PURPOSE OF EDUCATION. Ed. John I. Goodlad and Timothy J. McMannon. San Francisco, CA: Josey-Bass, Inc., 1997.

• “Die Utopie der Demokratie.” FALTER. Number 46. 20 November 1997.

• “A Dissenting Opinion of Sell-ebration: Living Inside the Book of Disney.” FORUM (Summer 1997).

• “Benjamin Barber deflates the four myths of democracy.” JOURNAL:CIVNET’S JOURNAL FOR CIVIL SOCIETY. Vol. 1, No. 1 (May 1997)

• “Misreading Democracy: Peter Euben and the Gorgias.” DEMOKRATIA: A CONVERSATION ON DEMOCRACIES – ANCIENT AND MODERN. Ed. Josiah Ober and Charles Hedrick. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1996.

• “Freres de sang, consommateurs on citoyens? Trois Modeles d’identite ethnique commericiale et civique.” PLURALISM CITOYENNETE & EDUCATION. Ed. F. Gagnon, M. McAndrew, and Michel Page. Quebec: Harmattan, Inc., 1996.

• “Kann die Demokratie McWorld ueberleben? Der Mythos von der regulativen Kraft des Markts.” DEMOKRATIE AM WENDEPUNKT. Ed. Werner Weidenfeld. Germany: Siedler Verlag, 1996.

• “Three Challenges to Reinventing Democracy.” REINVENTING DEMOCRACY. Ed. Paul Hirst and Sunil Khilnani. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 1996.

• “Constitutional Faith.” FOR LOVE OF COUNTRY: DEBATING THE LIMITS OF PATRIOTISM. Boston: Beacon Press, 1996.

• “Democracy and the Free Market.” DEMOCRACY IS A DISCUSSION: CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IN EMERGING DEMOCRACIES. New London, CT: Connecticut College, fall 1996.

• “Foundationalism and Democracy.” DEMOCRACY AND DIFFERENCE: CONTESTING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE POLITICAL. Ed. Seyla Benhabib. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1996.

• Ober, J. & Hendrik, C. “Misreading Democracy Peter Euben and the Gorgias,” CLASSICAL STUDIES. Princeton: Princeton University Press, forthcoming, 1996.

• Benhabib, S. “Foundationalism and Democracy.” DEMOCRACY AND DIFFERENCE: CONTESTING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE POLITICAL. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1996.

• Paul, E. “An American Civic Forum: Civil Society Between Market Individuals and the Political Community.” THE COMMUNITARIAN CHALLENGE TO LIBERALISM. Cambridge University Press, 1996.

• “An Epitaph for Marxism.” SOCIETY Vol. 33 No. 1 (Dec., 1995).

• “Face a la retribalisation du monde.” ESPRIT No.212 (June, 1995).

• Sabella, M. & Urbinati, N. “Il successo del federalismo americano,” QUALE FEDERALISMO?. Italia: Vallecchi, 1995.

• “A Mandate for Liberty.” RIGHTS AND THE COMMON GOOD. Ed. A. Etzioni. St. Martins Press, 1995.

• “Democracy and the Philosophers.” HISTORY TODAY Vol. 48 No. 8 (August 1994).

• “Democracy and the New Ethnicity,” POLITICS IN AN INTERDEPEDENT WORLD: ESSAYS PRESENTED TO GHITA IONESCU. Ed. G. Parry. Cambridge, MA: Edward Elgart, 1994.

• “Foundationalism and Democracy.” POLITISCHES DENKEN JAHRBUCH 1993. Ed. V. Gerhardt. Stuttgart, Verlag J.B. Metzler, 1993.

• “Global Democracy or Global Law: Which Comes First.” INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES Vol. 1 119 (1993).

• “Letter from America.” GOVERNMENT AND OPPOSITION. (Fall 1993).

• “Introducing Service Learning into the Liberal Arts Curriculum.” P.S./THE TEACHER. (Spring 1993).

• “Global Multiculturalism and the American Experiment.” WORLD POLICY JOURNAL X 1 (Spring 1993).

• “Political Rights or Anti-political Rights? Germany and America.” NATURRECHT UND POLITIK. Ed. Karl Graf Ballestrem. Berlin: Dunker & Humblot, 1993.

• “Letter from America via Paris.” GOVERNMENT AND OPPOSITION Vol. 28 No. 1 (Winter 1993).

• “Review Essay on Brian Barry.” ETHICS (January, 1993).

• “Mondilisation tribalisme et democratie.” FUTURIBLES No. 170 (November, 1992).

• “Introductory Essay.” PUBLIC POLICY AND THE PUBLIC GOOD. Ed. E. Fishman. Greenwood Press, 1991.

• “On Judith Shklar.” POLITICAL THEORY (December, 1992).

• “Letter from America via Paris.” GOVERNMENT AND OPPOSITION 28 1 (Winter, 1993).

• “Constitutional Rights: Democratic Instrument or Democratic Obstacle?.” THE FRAMERS AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS. Ed. R.A. Licht. Washington, D.C.: The AEI Press, 1991.

• “The Importance of Remembering: The Vietnam Legacy’ s Challenge to American Democracy.” THE LEGACY: THE VIETNAM WAR AND THE AMERICAN IMAGINATION. Ed. D.M. Shafer. Boston: Beacon Press, 1990.

• “Voltaire and Rousseau: At It Again.” THE ROUSSEAU NEWSLETTER (Spring 1992).

• “Letter from America.” GOVERNMENT AND OPPOSITION 26 1 (Winter 1991).

• “The Civic Mission of the University.” HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE PRACTICE OF DEMOCRATIC POLITICS. Ed. B. Murchland. Dayton, Ohio: The Kettering Foundation, 1991.

• “Service, Citizenship and Democracy: Civil Duty As An Entailment of Civil Right.” NATIONAL SERVICE: PRO AND CON. Ed. W.M. Evers. Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1990.

• “Democracy.” THE SPIRIT OF THE CONSTITUTION: FIVE CONVERSATIONS. Ed. R. A. Goldwin and R. A. Licht. Washington, D.C.: AEI Press, 1990.

• “Liberal Democracy and the Costs of Consent.” LIBERALISM AND MORAL THEORY. Ed. Nancy Rosenblum. Harvard University Press, 1989. Translated as “Die liberale Demokratie und der Preis des Einverstandniss.” BURGERGESELLSCHAFT, RECHT UND DEMOCRATIE. Ed. B. Van den Brink und W. van Reijen. Suhrkamp, 1995.

• “Letter from America.” GOVERNMENT AND OPPOSITION (1989).

• “Are Americans Responsible as Citizens?” AMERICAN GOVERNMENT. McGraw-Hill, 1989.

• “Cultural Conservatism and Democratic Education.” SALMAGUNDI (Fall 1988). [see also, “Response to my Critics.” SALMAGUNDI (Spring 1989)].

• “Neither Leaders Nor Followers: Citizenship Under Strong Democracy.” ESSAYS IN HONOR OF JAMES MACGREGOR BURNS. Ed. M. R. Beschloss an T. E. Cronin. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1988.

• “The Rights of We the People Are All the Rights There Are.” TO SECURE THE BLESSINGS OF LIBERTY: FIRST PRINCIPLES OF THE CONSTITUTION. Ed. S.B. Thurow. Boston: University Press of America, 1988.

• “Political Participation and the Creation of Res Publica.” ROUSSEAU’S POLITICAL WRITINGS: NORTON CRITICAL EDITION. Ed. A. Ritter and J.C. Bondanella. New York: W.W. Norton, 1988.

• “Pangloss, Pandora or Jefferson? Three Scenarios for the Future of Technology and Democracy.” INFORMATION TECHOLOGY: THE PUBLIC ISSUES. Ed. Raymond Plant. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1988.

• “Spirit’s Phoenix and History’s Owl: The Incoherence of Dialectics in Hegel’s Account of Women.” POLITICAL THEORY (February, 1988).

• “Participation and Swiss Democracy.” GOVERNMENT AND OPPOSITION (Winter 1988).

• “Democracy”; and “Totalitarianism.” THE BLACKWELL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF POLITICAL THOUGHT. Blackwell, 1986.

• “Louis Hartz.” POLITICAL THEORY (August, 1986).

• “Against Economics: or Capitalism, Socialism But Whatever Happened to Democracy?” DEMOCRATIC CAPITALISM. Ed. F. Baumann. University of Virginia Press, 1986.

• “The Politics of Judgment.” RARITAN REVIEW (Fall 1985).

• “How Swiss is Rousseau?” POLITICAL THEORY (November, 1985).

• “The Two Faces of Federalism,” NEW FEDERALISM AND HEALTH CARE. Ed. Burton D. Dunlop. Millwood, Va.: Hope Press, 1985.

• “Unconstrained Conversations: A Play on Words, Neutral and Otherwise.” ETHICS. Vol. 93 No.2 (January, 1983).

• “Prospects for Democracy in a Liberal Society.” THE PROSPECTS FOR LIBERALISM. Ed. T. Fuller. The Colorado College Studies, No. 20, Fall, 1984.

• “Can America be Democratic?” DISCOURSES; PAPERS ON POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND POLICY ANALYSIS. Loyola University, 1981.

• “Brecht and Rousseau: Political Virtue and the Tragic Imagination.” THE ARTIST AND POLITICAL VISION.

• “The Undemocratic Party System: The problem of Citizenship in an Elite/Mass Society.” POLITICAL PARTIES IN THE EIGHTIES. Ed. R. Goldwin. Washington, D.C.: AEI Press, 1980.

• “Rousseau and the Paradoxes of the Dramatic Imagination.” DAEDALUS (Summer 1978).

• “Introduction to and Translation of Rousseau’s Preface to Narcisse..” POLITICAL THEORY Vol. 6 No. 4 (November, 1978).

• “Political Participation and the Creation of Res Publica.” POYNTER FOUNDATION MONOGRAPH Indiana University: (1977) [reprinted in the NORTON CRITICAL EDITION OF ROUSSEAU’S POLITICAL WRITINGS (1987)]

• “Deconstituting Politics: Robert Nozick and Philosophical Reductionism.” THE JOURNAL OF POLITICS (February, 1977). (cf. REPRINTS)

• “The Compromised Republic: Public Purposelessness in America.” THE MORAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC. Ed. R. Horowitz. University of Virginia Press, 1977; Fourth Edition, 1986.

• “Conserving Politics: The Political Theory of Michael Oakeshott,” GOVERNMENT AND OPPOSITION II 4 (October, 1976).

• “Solipsistic Politics: Russell’s Empiricist Liberalism.” POLITICAL STUDIES Vol. 223 No. 1 (March, 1973). (cf. REPRINTS)

• “Justifying Justice: Problems of Psychology, Politics and Measurement in Rawls.” AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW Vol. 69 No. 2 (June, 1976).

• “The Village Microcosm in Comparative Perspective.” REVIEWS IN EUROPEAN HISTORY Vol. 2 No. 2 (June, 1976).

• “Science, Salience and Comparative Education: Some Reflections on Social Scientific Inquiry.” COMPARATIVE EDUCATION REVIEW XVI 3 (October 1972). “Rejoinder to Perry. ” CER (October, 1973). (cf. REPRINTS)

• “Chomsky’s Rationalism: Theory and Unpraxis.” MODERN OCCASIONS (Spring, 1972).

• “Switzerland: Progress Against the Communes.” TRANS-ACTION (February, 1971).

ARTICLES: Popular Magazines, Newspapers

• “Fundamentales Missverstandnis.” FACTS. 3 July 2003.

• “La nueva ‘pax americana’ y la tradicional politica exterior.” VANGUARDIA DOSSIER July-September 2003.

• “No country can democratise another.” THE OBSERVER 29 June 2003.

• “Que no es democracia.” EL PAIS Trans. Jose Maria Rosales. 15 June 2003.

• “Wat democratie niet is.” DE GROENNE AMSTERDAMMER Trans. Rob van Erkelens. 14 June 2003.

• “L’Iraq e la democrazia imposta dell’alto.” LA REPUBBLICA. 26 May 2003.

• “Battaglia in Afghanistan: Pressi due figli di Bin Laden.” LA REPUBBLICA 8 March 2003.

• “Zweierlei Krieg.” FRANKFURTER RUNDSCHAU. 8 March 2003.

• “La Mauvaise Guerre.” LIBERATION 20 February 2003.

• “In Doubt We Trust: War talk deserves skepticism; not a blank check.” LOS ANGELES TIMES: Op-Ed 5 February 2003.

• “ Brave New McWorld: Review of Creative Destruction: How Globalization is Changing the World’s Culture by Tyler Cowen.” LA TIMES BOOK REVIEW 2 February 2003.

• “ Mutual Aid Society on a Grand Scale.” THE LOS ANGELES TIMES 17 November 2002.

• Voss, Von Helmut. “Die Herrschaft der Maus uber die Welt?” KULTUR 5 November 2002.

• “De Nieuwe Werkelijkheid.” DE GROENE AMSTERDAMMER 14 September 2002.

• “La Lecons de l’Amerique.” LE NOUVEL OBSERVATEUR No. 1974 11 Sept. 2002.

• “Les nations devront abandonner une partie de leur souverainete.” LA CROIX 8 September 2002.

• “Lo que EE UU ha aprendido y lo que no.” EL PAIS 7 September 2002.

• “La lezione delle Torri e gli errori dell’ America.” LA REPUBBLICA 7 September 2002.

• “September 11, 2002: What America Has Learned and What It Has Not Learned.” HOKKAIDO SHIMBUN September 2002.

• “A Failure of Democracy, Not Capitalism.” THE NEW YORK TIMES: Op-Ed 30 July 2002.

• “Un regard Americain.” ALTERNATIVES ECONOMIQUES France No. 49 2002.

• “Der Kapitalismus und sein globales Dilemma.” DIE BANK Germany 2002.

• ” Perche tanto odio verso l’America.” LA REPUBBLICA Italy 12 June 2002.

• “De vruchten van de vrijheid.” DE GROENE AMSTERDAMMER 4 May 2002: p. 28-29.

• “Als Produktionssytem ist der Kapitalismus im Niedergang Begriffen.” FRANKFURTER RUNDSCHAU 23 January 2002.

• “Beyond Jihad vs. McWorld: On Terrorism and the New Democratic Realism.” THE NATION MAGAZINE 21 January 2002: cover article.

• “Il McMondo e I no global dopo l’attaco dell’11 settembre.” LA REPUBLICA 20 January 2002.

• “Jenseits von Dschihad und McWorld.” SUDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG No.16 Germany 19 January 2002.

• “Als Produktionssytem ist der Kapitalismus im Niedergang Begriffen.” FRANKFURTER RUNDSCHAU 23 January 2002.

• “More ballots, not more bullets.” IN THESE TIMES 10 December 2001.

• “Memo to the President.” JAPANESE PLAYBOY December 2001.

• “Globaliser la Democratie pour sortir de l’anarchie.” TRANSVERSALES December 2001.

• Rosenfeld, Megan. “Global Thinker: Benjamin Barber’s Ideas on Capitalism and Conflict No Longer Seem So Academic.” THE WASHINGTON POST 6 November 2001: C1/C8.

• “Memo to the President.” ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE. 25 October 2001: 116 & 134.

• “Ballots over Bullets.” THE FINANCIAL TIMES 20 October 2001.

• “The Blinding Myth of American Innocence.” THE BERKSHIRE EAGLE 13 October 2001.

• “La Faccia Tragica della Globalizzazione.” L’ESPRESSO MAGAZIN Italy 11 October 2001.

• “Open a Second Front in the War on Terrorism: Curb the Injustices of Globalization.” OUTLOOK: THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND FACULTY AND STAFF WEEKLY NEWSPAPER 2 October 2001: cover page.

• “Benjamin Barber: C’est la fin de l’Amerique innocente.” L’ EXPRESS MAGAZIN France 20-26 September 2001.

• “Welt und Vebrechen: Offener Brief an den Prasidenten.” SUDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG NR.. 220 Germany 24 September 2001.

• “Jihad Pitted Our Strengths Against Us.” NEWSDAY 19 September 2001: A29 & A31.

• “U.S. Strengths are Terrorist Opportunities.” L.A. Times Op-Ed 16 September 2001: M-3.

• “The Global Infantilization: How We Become More and More “Kidults” Without Noting Loss of Freedom in Society.” DER TAGGESPIEL Germany 9 September 2001: Cover Story.

• “The ‘Engaged University’ in a Disengaged Society: Realistic Goal or Bad Joke?” DIVERSITY DIGEST Summer 2001.

• London, Scott. “A Place for Us.” SCOTTLONDON.COM- BOOK REVIEW 8 August 2001.

• “Should Corporations Be Praised for their Philanthropic Efforts?: NO: Always an Angle.” ACROSS THE BOARD : THE CONFERENCE MAGAZINE OF IDEAS AND OPINION May/June 2000: 46-53.

• “Globalizing Democracy.” THE AMERICAN PROSPECT 11 September 2000

• “De economie wil ons kinds houden.” DEMORGEN 18 December 1999.

• “Wo bleibt der Burger.” DIE NEUE ORDNUNG DES POLITISCHEN 1999: 227?311.

• “Dow bulls and Serb bears operating in explosive environments.” THE WORLD PAPER May/June 1999.

• “Pourquoi les Etats?Unis vont perdre au Kosovo.” LE NOUVEL OBSERVATEUR 20-26 May 1999.

• “Bereit, fur die Freiheit zu sterben?” KRIEG IN EUROPA May 1999.

• Malwitz, Rick. “McWorld swallows up global village.” HOME NEWS-REVIEW 1 December 1998.

• “More Democracy, More Revolution.” THE NATION 28 October 1998: Cover Essay.

• “C’est un assassinat politique.” NOUVEL OBSERVATEUR 17 September 1998.

• Falter and Taschwer, Klaus. “Die Utopie der Demokratie.” FALTER Summer 1997.

• Van Der Vaart, S.P. “McWorld bedriegt de burgerlijke samenleving.” HET FINANCIEELE DAGBLAD 12 May 1997.

• “The how and why of volunteering.” THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER 20 April 1997.

• Schacht, Daniel Alexander. “Voir einem neuen demokratischen Zeitalter?” HANNOVERSCHE ALLGEMEINE ZEITUNG 22 February 1997.

• Huber, Kurt. “Coca-Cola und Heiliger Krieg pragen unsere Welt.” ARGAUER ZEITUNG-BOOK REVIEW 25 January 1997.

• Huber, Kurt. “Wilder Kapitalismus in Russland.” AARGAUER ZEITUNG. 25 January 1997.

• Huber, Kurt. “Zukunft der Schweiz.” AARGAUER ZEITUNG. 25 January 1997.

• Dettling, Warnfried. “Wider den agressiven Kapitalismus.” BADISCHE ZEITUNG 15 January 1997.

• “Global Reach. Review of One World, Ready or Not: The Manic Logic of Global Capitalism by William Greider.” LOS ANGELES TIMES BOOK REVIEW. 12 January 1997.

• “Coca Cola und Heiliger Krieg.” Scherz Verlag- Review. 2 December 1996.

• “Die Demokratie wird den Bosen geopfert.” CASH 10 November 1996.

• Persky, Stan. “Life Beyond the golden arches and the golden temple.” THE VANCOUVER SUN- BOOK REVIEW 8 November 1996.

• “A Civics Lesson.” THE NATION Vol. 263 No. 14 4 November 1996.

• Lopfe, Phillip. “Die Demokratie wird den Bosen gepfert.” SCHERZ VERLAG. 11 October 1996.

• “Review Essay of Randolph Head’s EARLY MODERN DEMOCRACY IN THE GRISONS.” POLITICAL STUDIES Vol. 44 September 1996.

• “Democracy and the News: Remarks at the 54th Annual DuPont Forum.” New York: Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, 1996.

• “Service Learning: The Democratic Imperative for Civic Education.” MCFP BULLETIN No. 12 Summer 1996.

• “Democracy and the News: Citizens, Journalists & Contemporary Politics.” 54th Annual DuPont Forum Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

• “Global Markets Are No Bargain.” SKIDMORE SCOPE Vol. 26 No. 4.

• “The Global Culture of McWorld.” THE COMMONWEALTH Vol. 90. No.9 26 February 1996.

• “Between Babel and Disneyland.” ACROSS THE BOARD January, 1996.

• “Three Myths Concerning Democracy.” TRANSITIONS TO DEMOCRACY NEWSLETTER Vol. 15 January, 1996.

• Gandhi, M. “Reflections on Gandhi and Democracy.” WORLD WITHOUT VIOLENCE New Delhi 1995.

• Ehrenreich, Barbara. “Global Arches.” NEW YORK TIMES- BOOK REVIEW 20 August 1995

• “From Disney World to Disney’s World.” NEW YORK TIMES Op-Ed 1 August 1995.

• “Workshops of Democracy.” THE EDUCATION REVIEW 19 April 1995.

• “Public Space and Civil Society.” THE KETTERING REVIEW Fall 1995.

• “The Search for Civil Society.” THE NEW DEMOCRAT Volume 7 No. 2 March/April, 1995: Cover Essay.

• “Piac vagy demokracia.” MOZGO VILAG Budapest 1994.

• “Zwischen Jihad and McWorld.” DIE ZEIT 14 October 1994.

• “Constitutional Faith.” BOSTON REVIEW Volume XIX No. 5 October/November 1994: A Debate with Martha Nussbaum.

• “America Skips School.” HARPER’S MAGAZINE November, 1993: Cover Essay.

• “Guerra santa y hamburguesa universal” EL PAIS. 25 January 1993.

• “Europa zwischen Dschihad und McWorld.” SUDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG. 12 January 1993

• “Globalismo E Tribalismo Ameacam Democracia.” PUBLICO (Portugal) 3 January 1993

• “MacVillag es Dzsihad.” HVG. (Hungary) 2 January 1993.

• “Ziville Gesellschaft.” LETTRE INTERNATIONALE Winter 1992.

• “Europas Demokratie Muss Sich Erneuern.” TAGES-ANZEIGER. 20 December 1992.

• “Novas ameacas a democracia.” FOLHA DE SAO PAOLO (Brazil) 20 December 1992

• “Europas to fjender: Jihad og McWorld.” EUROPA UDEN GRAENSER. December 1992.

• “Going to the Community.” THE CIVIC ARTS REVIEW Vol. 5 No. 4 Fall 1992.

• “Jihad versus McWorld.” THE ATLANTIC Vol. 269 No. 3 March 1992: Cover Article. (See REPRINTS) FUTURIBLES (translated) Paris November 1992 and 14 other languages.

• “Four Neologisms.” IN A WORD: A HARPER’S MAGAZINE DICTIONARY. Ed. J. Hitt. New York: Dell/Laurel, 1992.

• “Opinion Polls: Public Judgment of Private Prejudice?” THE RESPONSIVE COMMUNITY Spring 1992.

• “The Reconstruction of Rights.” THE AMERICAN PROSPECT No. 5 Spring 1991: Cover Essay.

• “Who Owes What to Whom? Drafting a Constitutional Bill of Duties.” HARPER’S February 1991: Roundtable with Lasch, Glendon, Stone and Kemmis.

• “A Mandate for Liberty. Requiring Education?Based Community Service.” THE RESPONSIVE COMMUNITY 1991. (Reprinted) VISIONS OF SERVICE. Washington D.C.: National Women’s Law Center, 1992.

• Roundtable with B. Babbit, B. Frank, R. Reich, K. Townsend, R. Burris and B. Boxer. “What’s Wrong With the Democrats?” HARPER’S (January, 1990).

• “In Behalf of the Colorado Taxpayers Union.” POLITICAL COMMUNICATION REPORT Vol. 2 No 1 (November, 1990).

• “Reinventing the Liberal Mission.” THE WALL STREET JOURNAL (November 6, 1989).

• “Why Johnny Won’t Read.” NEW YORK POST (Special Education Supplement) (August 2, 1988).

• “The Philosopher Despot: Allan Bloom’s Elitist Agenda.” HARPER’S MAGAZINE (January, 1988): cover essay.

• “What our 47 Year Olds Know.” THE NEW YORK TIMES Op Ed (December 26, 1987).

• “Two Democracies: Ours and Theirs.” KETTERING REVIEW (1987).

• “The Folly of Ideology: From Stockman to North.” NEWSDAY Op Ed (March 18, 1987).

• “The Real Lesson of ‘AMERIKA’.” THE NEW YORK TIMES Sunday Op Ed (March 1, 1987).

• Schlesinger, Arthur M. “America as a Monumental Gamble.” NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW: THE CYCLES OF HISTORY (November 16, 1986): review essay.

• “A New Language for the Left.” HARPER’S (November, 1986): cover essay.

• Handlin, Oscar. “Independent Before Independence.” NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW: LIBERTY AND POWER (September 21, 1986).

• “A Bicentennial Conversation with Benjamin Barber.” THE ANTAEUS REPORT (Spring 1976). (Reprinted) VOICES IN AMERICA: BICENTENNIAL CONVERSATIONS. Ed. B. Murchland. Prakken Publishers, 1986.

• “What Terrorism Teaches America.” NEWSDAY Op Ed (May 1, 1986).

• Boyte, Harry. “Where We Learn Democracy.” THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW: FREE SPACES (March 9, 1986): Review Essay.

• French, Marilyn. “O Pleasurable World.” PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: BEYOND POWER (July, 1985): Review Essay.

• Bellah, Robert. “The United States of Anomie.” THE NEW REPUBLIC: HABITS OF THE HEART (May 20, 1985): Review Essay.

• Diggins, John. “Unscrambling the Founding Fathers.” THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW: THE LOST SOUL OF AMERICAN POLITICS (January 13, 1985): Review Essay.

• “Celluloid Vistas (Reagan’s Hollywood Dreams).” HARPER’S MAGAZINE (July, 1984).

• “The Conventions: Unconventional Democracy.” PSYCHOLOGY TODAY (July, 1984).

• “Voting Is Not Enough.” THE ATLANTIC (June, 1984): (cf. REPRINTS).

• “Beyond Voting.” THE NEW YORK TIMES Op Ed (June 22, 1984).

• “Beyond the Feminist Mystique.” THE NEW REPUBLIC (July 13, 1983): Cover Essay.

• “Can Any War Ever Be A Good War?” NEWSDAY: Sunday Ideas Section (November, 1982): Cover Essay.

• “New Technology.” THE LISTENER (October 21, 1982).

• Wills, Gary. “The Unmaking of the President.” THE LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS Vol. 4 No. 18 (Oct. 20, 1982): Review Essay.

• MacIntyre, Alasdair. “The World We Have Lost.” THE NEW REPUBLIC (September 13, 1982): Review Essay.

• “The Tides in New Channels.” THE NEW YORK TIMES Op Ed (April 21, 1982).

• “The Second American Revolution.” CHANNELS MAGAZINE (February/March, 1982): Cover Essay.

• “A Tale of Two Capitalisms.” THE NEW YORK TIMES Op Ed (October 4, 1981).

• “A Case For Universal Citizen Service.” DISSENT (Summer 1981).

• “New Rules for the New Two Household Families.” NEWSDAY (March 18, 1981).

• Mansbridge, Jane. “The Politics of Friendship.” THE NEW REPUBLIC (December 20, 1980): Review Essay.

• “Rights Without Duties.” WORLDVIEW (October, 1980).

• “A Democratic Alternative to the Draft.” NEWSDAY: Sunday Ideas Section (September 14, 1980): Cover Essay.

• “Solo Column.” THE DAILY NEWS (September 18, 1980).

• “Command Performance.” HARPER’S MAGAZINE (April 1975).

• “Heidi in Technological Society.” WORLDVIEW (October, 1973).

• “Birthday Party Politics.” DISSENT (Summer 1973).

• “Man on Woman.” WORLDVIEW (April/May, 1973): Two Part Cover Essay.

• “Politics, Society and Kids.” MODE OCCASIONS (Spring, 1971): On Robert Liebert and Ted Lowi.

• “Chasing the Young.” THE PROGRESSIVE (March, 1972).

• “The Revolution as Reality.” MODERN OCCASIONS (Spring 1971).

ARTICLES: Reprints

• “Jihad vs. McWorld.” THE DEMOCRACY READER. Ed. Sondra Myers. New York City: International Debate Education Association, 2002.

• Burham, W.D. “The Reconstruction of Rights.” THE AMERICAN PROSPECT: READER IN AMERICAN POLITICS. Chatham House, 1995.

• “America Skips School.” In a half dozen readers. 1994?96.

• Burham, W.D. “The Reconstruction of Rights.” THE AMERICAN PROSPECT READER IN AMERICAN POLITICS. Chatham, NJ: Chatham House, 1995.

• Etzioni, A. “A Mandate for Liberty.” RIGHTS AND THE COMMON GOOD: THE COMMUNITARIAN PERSPECTIVE. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1995.

• Daly, M. “Strong Democracy.” COMMUNITARIANISM: A NEW PUBLIC ETHIC. Belmont, Calif: Wadsworth, 1994.

• “A Proposal for Mandatory Citizen Education and Community Service.” MICHIGAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING: AN ARISTOCRACY OF EVERYONE Vol. 1 No. 1 (Fall 1994).

• “Jihad versus McWorld” THE ATLANTIC (reprinted in four dozen readers) 1992?96. (Translated) FUTURIBLES No. 170 (November 1992): (14 foreign newspapers).

• Murchland, B. “The Civic Mission of the University.” HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE PRACTICE OF DEMOCRATIC POLITICS Kettering Foundation, (1991).

• “Political Participation and the Creation of Res Publica.” THE NORTON CRITICAL EDITION OF ROUSSEAU’S POLITICAL WRITINGS. Ed. A. Ritter. New York: Norton, 1987.

• “Voting is Not Enough.” AMERICAN GOVERNMENT: ANNUAL EDITIONS. Ed. B Stinebrickner. Dushkin Publishing Group, 1985.

• “The Second American Revolution.” THE KETTERING REVIEW (Winter 1984).

• “Deconstituting Politics: Robert Nozick. . .” FRONTIERS OF POLITICAL THEORY. Ed. M. Freeman and D. Roberts. London: Harvester Press, 1980.

• Roberts, G. “Solipsistic Politics…” BERTRAND RUSSELL: THE MEMORIAL VOLUME. London: Allan & Unwin, 1978.

• “Command Performance.” THE SOCIAL WEB. Ed. Perry E. & J. Second Edition, Canfield Press, 1977.

• Daniels, N. “Justifying Justice. . .” READING RAWLS. New York: Basic Books, 1975.

• “Man on Women.” SOCIAL PROBLEMS: THE CONTEMPORARY DEBATE. Ed. J.B. Williamson. Little Brown 7 co., 1974. Perrucci, R. INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY. W.C. Brown, 1977.

• “Science, Salience and Comparative Education.” RELEVANT METHODS IN COMPARATIVE EDUCATION. Ed. R. Edwards. Germany: UNESCO, 1973. COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN EDUCATION. Ed. C. Bennett. Syracuse University: Publications in Continuing SUPERMAN 1975.

• “Poetry and Revolution.” (from SUPERMAN AND COMMON MEN). SELF AND WORLD: READINGS IN PHILOSOPHY. Ed. J.A. Olgivy N.Y.: Harcourt, Brace and Javonovich, 1973.

PLAYS, TELEVISION SCRIPTS (available separately)

RECENT LECTURES AND CONSULTANCIES

• “Mediterranean, Identity, Dialogue, Solidarity: A Message of Good Globalization from the Sea of Cities and Encounter of Cultures.” Municipality of Rome and Legambiente. Rome, Italy. 26-30 November 2003.
• Lecture. Annual Meeting. American Association of State Colleges. San Diego, CA. 24-25 November 2003.
• Lecture. “Fear’s Empire.” Drexel University. Philadelphia, PA. 20 November 2003.
• “Global Conversations”, Video Conference debate with Tyler Cowen. “The Effects of Globalization on World Cultures.” University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. 19 November 2003.
• Panel Discussion. “Overstretching the Empire, Wars of the 21st Century.” Goethe-Institut. New York, NY. 13 November 2003.
• Lecture. Advocates for Youth Luncheon. Baltimore, MD. 12 November 2003.
• CIRCLE advisory board meeting. University of Maryland. College Park, MD. 10-11 November 2003.
• “Inequality and American Democracy.” The Center for the Study of Democratic Politics. The University Center for Human Values. Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Princeton University. 7-8 November 2003.
• Collegium Meeting. French Permanent Mission. New York, NY. 9-10 November 2003.
• Book Signing and Lecture. “What Kind of World do we Want?” Independent Sector Conference. “Uncommon Vision for the Common Good.”
• San Francisco, CA. 4 November 2003.
• “Philosophy Meets Politics. End of Democracy? – How privatization corrupts res publica. Philosophy meets Politics VII: Social Justice in a Globalized World.” Berlin, Germany. 31 October 2003.
• Karl Duffek. American Academy. Vienna, Austria. 29 October 2003.
• Lecture on Global Terrorism. Youngstown State University. Youngstown, OH. 22-23 October 2003.
• “Fear’s Empire: War, Terrorism, and Democracy in an Age of Interdependence.” Carnegie Council Book Meeting. New York, NY. 21 October 2003.
• “Cultures in Counterpoint: The Arts as Intercultural Dialogue.” The Arts and Civic Education in an Era of Interdependence. University of Maryland 2003 Charlie Fowler Colloquium. College Park, MD. 20 October 2003.
• “Fear’s Empire.” Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters. Connecticut College. New London, CT. 18 October 2003.
• Keynote. 2003 NASPAA Annual Conference – 21st Century Challenges: Educating Students, Managing Problems. Pittsburgh, PA. 15-16 October 2003.
• “Fear’s Empire.” Thompson Forum on World Issues. University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Lincoln, NE. 15-16 October 2003.
• Honorary Degree. Founders’ Day Convocation Address. Monmouth University. West Long Branch, NJ. 8 October 2003.
• “Oltre il nuovo disordine mondiale: Islam e Occidente, dialogo impossibile?”. Vivere La Speranza Nella Societa Globale del Rischio. Orvieto 2003. Rome, Italy. 6 September 2003.
• Panelist. “Roundtable on Political Theory Revisited: From the 20th Century to the 21st Century.” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. 30 August 2003.
• Panelist. “APSA Task Force on Inequality: Kevin Phillips, Wealth and Democracy.” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. 30 August 2003.
• “Dancing Politics: From Monarchy to Democracy.” Byrd Hoffman Water Mill Foundation. Long Island, NY. 4-7 August 2003.
• “Jihad vs. McWorld: The Commodification of Culture in an age of Global Markets and Global Terrorism. Byrd Hoffman Water Mill Foundation. Long Island, NY. 4-7 August 2003.
• “Political Theory in the Face of the Future.” El Escorial Cursos de Verano 2003. El Escorial, Spain. 14 July 2003.
• Progressive Governance Meeting. London, UK. 11-13 July 2003.

• Meeting with Labour Parliamentarians. London, UK. 19 June 2003.

• “Imposing Democracy.” “iXXi” Series-Global Dimension Program, London School of Economics. London, UK. 19 June 2003.

• ‘”Can the West Spread Democracy to the Middle East?” Beyond Jihad versus McWorld’ Civility Lecture, The Foreign Policy Centre. London, UK. 18 June 2003.

• Speech. Board of Governors, University of Maryland. College Park, MD. 6 June 2003.

• “Security in Changed World.” Plenary panel, Campaign for America’s Future. Washington, DC. 5 June 2003.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld.” Democracy at a Critical Juncture: The Regional, National, and International Implications of 9-11 conference, Pace University. New York, NY. 2 June 2003.

• Spring 2003 Scholar Group.” The Maxine Greene Foundation Scholar Group. New York, NY. 31 May 2003.

• “Islamic Culture and current world issues Discussion”. World President’s Organization. NewYork, NY. 28 May 2003.

• Commencement Address. Simon’s Rock College. Great Barrington, MA. 25-26 May 2003.

• “Creating Strong Democracies.” The Alberta Teachers’ Association. Edmonton, Canada. 8 May 2003.

• “Creating Strong Democracies.” The Alberta Teachers’ Association. Calgary, Canada. 9 May 2003.

• “What the Future Holds: Jihad, McWorld or Global Democracy?” Elkins Lecture, Towson University. Towson, MD. 5-6 May 2003.

• “Preventive War or Preventive Democracy?: National Security in a World of Interdependence.” Washington State University: Vancouver. Vancouver, WA. 30 April 2003.

• “Stopping Terrorism in an Age of Interdependence: Preventive War or Preventive Democracy?” Pancoast Lecture, Ursinus College. Collegeville, PA. 23 April 2003.

• “Contemporary Issues in U.S. Foreign Policy.” Teach-in, University of Maryland. College Park, MD. 22 April 2003.

• “America’s Invisible Tutors: The Media, the Mall and the Multiplex.” Political Education and the Modern University Mellon Symposium, DePauw University. Greencastle, IN. 9 -10 April 2003.

• “Democracy in the Digital Age.” Yale Law School. New Haven, CT. 5 April 2003.

• “Defeating Terrorism in an Age of Interdependence: Preventive War or Preventive Democracy?” 2003 Del & Lou Ann Weber Distinguished Lecture, University of Nebraska: Omaha. Omaha, NE. 3 April 2003.

• “Is Democratic Governance Possible in an Era of Terror and Globalization?” American Planning Association Annual Conference, Plenary Address, American Planning Association. Denver, CO. 2 April 2003.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld: Cultural Conflicts in the Middle East” Student Conference on National Affairs, Texas A&M University. College Station, TX. 28 March 2003.

• “Making Democracy Work in the 21st Century: The Changing Nature of America.” Center for Government Services: Policy Seminar Series, Rutgers University. New Brunswick, NJ. 26 March 2003.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld: Terrorism’s Challenge to Democracy.” Houston Community College: Northwest. Houston, TX. 11-12 March 2003.

• “Economic Globalization and Cultural Fragmentation.” Friedrich Ebert Foundation and Goethe-Institut Inter Nationes Washington. Washington, DC. 4 March 2003.

• “Culture in an Era of Globalization.” Book Forum: Tyler Cowen’s Creative Destruction, The Cato Institute. Washington, DC. 4 March 2003.

• “What the Future Holds: Jihad, McWorld or Global Democracy?” Elkins Lecture, University of Maryland: Baltimore County. Baltimore, MD. 25 February 2003.

• What does ‘Community Engagement’ Mean in an Era of Global Interdependence and Terror?” Swannee Hunt- Hunt Alternatives Fund. Cambridge, MA. 20 February 2003.

• “The Psychopathology of Powerlessness An Age of Globalization.” William Alanson White Society. New York, NY. 19 February 2003.

• “What the Future Holds: Jihad, McWorld or Global Democracy?” Elkins Lecture, Prince George Community College. Largo, MD. 29 January 2003.

• “Terrorism’s Challenge to Democracy for Teachers in Grade 6-12.” Greenwich Public School Staff Development Training. Greenwich, CT. 20 January 2003.

• “Can Democratic Civic Culture Survive Terrorism in an Age of Globalization?” Los Angeles County Museum of Arts. Los Angeles, CA. 21 Nov. 2002.

• “Kids in an Era of Global Anarchy: Can Culture make a Difference?” Los Angeles County Museum of Arts. Los Angeles, CA. 20 Nov. 2002.

• “America’s World: Pax Americana or Lex Humana.” Lecture, Vanderbilt University. Nashville, TN. 19 Nov. 2002.

• “To Invade or Not to Invade?” The American Prospect vs. The New Republic Debate Georgetown Law School. Washington, DC. 18 Nov. 2002.

• Keynote Address. Committee for Economic Development. Washington, DC. 14 Nov. 2002.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld: How Globalism & Tribalism are Reshaping the World.” The College of New Jersey. Ewing, NJ. 6 Nov. 2002.

• Keynote Speaker. Robert and Ruth Polson Memorial Lecture, Cornell University. Ithaca, NY. 1 Nov. 2002.

• Keynote Speaker. Organization for International Investment CEO Conference. Montreal, Canada. 24 Oct. 2002.

• “The Role of American Higher Education in the Wake of 9/11/01.” Saint Joseph’s University. Philadelphia, PA. 22 Oct. 2002.

• “Defining the Grid: Global Governance & Global Values.” Frankfurt Futura Mundi-Bridges for A World Divided. Frankfurt, Germany. 12 Oct. 2002.

• “L’Amerique et le Monde, Un An Apres le 11 Setpembre.” Institut des Hautes Etudes de Defense Nationale (IHEDN). Paris, France. 8 Oct. 2002.

• Lecture. October Meeting of the Association for the International Ethical, Political and Scientific Collegium. 4-6 Oct. 2002.

• Luncheon Speaker. University of Maryland. College Park, MD. 27 Sept. 2002.

• “Can Democracy Survive Globalization?” Canadian Centre for Management Development. Ottawa, Canada. 25 Sept. 2002.

• “Restoring the Law—Release from the Law: A Typology of Revolution.” Yale University, Whitney Humanities Center. New Haven, CT. 20-21 Sept. 2002.

• Killeen Chair visit. St. Norbert College. De Pere, WI. 12-13 Sept. 2002.

• “Terrorism and Democracy: A Year Later.” Trinity College. Hartford, CT. 10 Sept. 2002.

• “Globalization Lecture.” Hamilton College. Clinton, NY. 5 Sept. 2002.

• “The Public Role of the University.” The American Political Science Association Panel. Boston, MA. 30-31 Aug. 2002.

• “USA as Others See Us: Spreading the American Dream.” International Festival of Arts and Ideas. New Haven, CT. 25 June 2002.

• Director’s Circle Dinner – Donor Circle Dessert Reception. The Anti-Defamation League. Los Angeles, CA. 20-21 June 2002. “Will the Global Spread of American Culture Promote or Damage American Interests and Ideals?” The Hudson Institute, Maryland School of Public Affairs: Large Questions, Great Debates. Washington, DC. 19 June 2002. “Jihad vs. McWorld” Global Business Policy Council, Aftershocks and Tremors: lecture. Berlin,Germany. 31 May 2002.

• “Globalization Backlash: Threat to Traditional Cultures and Values.” George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies. Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. 10 May 2002.

• Lecture. Towson University. Towson, MD. 6 May 2002.

• “Can Democracy Survive the War between Globalization and Terrorism?” Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development. Ottawa, Canada. 2 May 2002.

• “Terrorism & Multiculturalism: The Impact on Higher Education.” University of Central Florida. Orlando, FL. 1 May 2002.

• Presenter. Council on Foundations Annual Conference. Washington, DC. 29 April 2002.

• “Opportunity & Uncertainty – Choices for Philanthropy.” International Grantmakers Reception and Dinner, Conference Theme. Chicago, IL. 28 April 2002.

• “The Imperial Presidency: From Nixon to Bush” and “Jihad vs. McWorld: The Paradox of Terrorism.” LA Times: Festival of Books, UCLA. Los Angeles, CA. 27-28 April 2002.

• “Community Values in an Age of Globalization.” Sheldon Chumir Foundation. Calgary, Canada. 26 April 2002.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld.” University of California at Berkeley. Berkeley, CA. 25 April 2002.

• “Confronting Terrorism: Smart Bombs or Smart Concepts?” Commonwealth Club of California. San Francisco, CA. 25 April 2002.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld.” National Convention of Religion Communicators Council, Church Center for United Nations. New York, NY. 18-20 April 2002.

• “Global Crisis.” Conference Theme: Reclaiming America. Washington, DC. 11 April 2002.

• “A Conversation with Benjamin Barber: Jihad vs. McWorld.” World Bank. Washington, DC. 11 April 2002.

• “Global Capitalism: Terrorism’s Cause? Terrorism’s Excuse? Terrorism’s Remedy?” Johns Hopkins University: Symposium on Foreign Affairs. Baltimore, MD. 10 April 2002.

• “Can Democracy Survive the War between Jihad and McWorld?” The William Davidson Institute. Ann Arbor, MI. 10 April 2002.

• “Can Democracy Survive the War between Jihad and McWorld?” Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery. Baltimore, MD. 10 April 2002.

• “What Now for Globalization in the Post-September 11 Transformed World?” Laguardia Community College/CUNY. Long Island City, NY. 5 April 2002.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld.” Mercer University. Macon, GA. 3 April 2002.

• “Can Democracy Survive Terrorism?” Kenyon College. Gambier, OH. 26 March 2002.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld.” University of Alaska. Anchorage, AK. 19-20 March 2002. University of Alaska, Anchorage, AK

• “Jihad vs McWorld.” University of Utah: Tanner Lecture Series on Human Values. Salt Lake City, UT. 18 March 2002.

• “Teaching Democracy: Education and Multiculturalism after September 11th.” Nassau Community College, Faculty Development Conference. Garden City, NY. 14 March 2002.

• “Can Democracy Survive the War between Jihad and McWorld?” University of California, San Diego: Helen Edison Lecture Series and Eleanor Roosevelt College. San Diego, CA. 11 March 2002.

• “The Second Front in the War against Terrorism.” World Federalist Society, Annual Assembly. Washington, DC. 10 March 2002.

• “6 months after 9/11. How are we faring?” University of Maryland’s: Inside Maryland. College Park, MD. 6 March 2002.

• Elkins Lecture. UMD Bowie State. Bowie, MD. March 6, 2002.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld.” Corporate Theater, British Petroleum Corporate Retreat. Climping, UK. 27-28 Feb. 2002.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld.” UNESCO Education Forum. Brussels, Belgium. 21 February 2002.

• “Global Implications.” Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, Forum on the World Trade Center, Plenary Panel. New York, NY. 2 February 2002.

• “Re-Evaluating Leadership and Governance”, “Strengthening Democracy: Two Sides of the Same Coin?” World Economic Forum. New York, NY. 31 Jan.- 3 Feb. 2002.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld After 9/11: Democracy as a Response to Terrorism.” Buell Center for Architecture, Columbia University. New York, NY. 31 January 2002.

• “The Clash Between Fundamentalism and the Secular World” Columbia University: Graduate School of Journalism. New York, NY. 30 January 2002.

• “Globalization and the Current International Political Order.” The Central Bank of the Bahamas. Nassau, Bahamas. 28 January 2002.

• “Improving Democratic Practice: Communities.” The Democracy Collaborative Affiliates Conference. College Park, MD. 25-26 Jan. 2002.

• “Changing Students in a Changing World: Culturally Diverse, Economically Divided, Globally Interdependent.” Association of American Colleges and Universities 88th Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. 25 January 2002.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld vs. Terror: A Second Civic Front on the War on Terrorism?” Vassar College. Poughkeepsie, NY. 24 January 2002.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld: The Clash Between Fundamentalism and the Secular World.” Columbia University, Graduate School of Journalism, Reuters Forum: Critical Issues in Global Economics. New York, NY. 23 January 2002.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld: Terrorism’s Challenge to Democracy.” College of Wooster. Wooster, OH. 22 January 2002.

• “The Relationship between Arab and Muslim World and the West.” Vienna, Austria. 10 January 2002.

• Lecture. List Foundation, Board of Directors Consultation. New York, NY. 9 January 2002.

• “Islam in the Global Community.” Smithsonian National Museum of American History: Crossroads. Washington, DC. 13 December 2001.

• Lecture. Calvert Social Funds, Calvert World Values Fund “visioning” session. Washington, DC. 4 December 2001.

• Keynote Speech on Globalism. Society for International Development 2001 Annual Conference. Washington, DC. 3 December 2001.

• “Democracy and Theater.” New Dramatists. New York, NY. 28 November 2001.

• Plenary Opening Lecture. European Heritage Conference, Management of Europe’s Cultural Heritage, Visions and Practices on the Threshold of the 21st Century. Antwerp, Belgium. 20 November 2001.

• “Why is Democracy so Hard in Such Easy Times? Civil Society Citizenship and Civic Education in an Era of Globalization.” Aspen Institute Wye River. Queenstown, MD. 10-12 November 2001.

• Keynote Lecture. Close-Up Foundation. Washington, DC. November 2001.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld.” Open Society Institute Breakfast Colloquium. New York, NY. November 2001.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld.” University of Manitoba. Manitoba, Canada. November 2001.

• Opening Speaker. The Milarepa Fund: New Yorkers Against Violence Concert with the Beastie Boys, Hammerstein Ballroom. New York City, NY. 28-29 Oct. 2001.

• “Globalization, Human Rights & Citizenship.” Rochester Institute of Technology: Gannett Lecture Series. Rochester, NY. 25 October 2001.

• Lecture. Bundeszentrale fuer politische Bildung: Culture and Identities in Global Societies. Cadenabbia, Italy. 28-30 Sept. 2001.

• “The Second front in the War on Terrorism: Democratizing Globalism.” The Inaugural 2001 Civil Society Lecture. College Park, MD. 24 September 2001.

• Lecture. United Jewish Communities, Conflicting Visions: New Realities in the Middle East. Chicago, Illinois. 12 November 2000.

• “Electronic Communication, Community and Democracy.” Wellesley College, Seminar. Boston, MA. 8 November 2000.

• “The Decline of Consumer Capitalism and the Infantilist Ethos.” Einstein Forum: Einstein Lectures. Berlin, Germany. 23-24 Oct. 2000 .

• Lecture. Kettering Foundation, Civil Investing: A Conversation Among Grantmakers. Washington, DC. 6 October 2000.

• “Using civic engagement as a way of advancing democracy, citizenship, leadership capacity, and moving the classroom into an authentic, 21st Century teaching and learning environment.” Miami University: Miami 2000 Forum on Service & Learning. Miami, FL. 4 October 2000.

• “A Place for Us.” Denison University. Grandville, OH. 26 August 2000.

• “Multiculturalism and the Politics of Inclusion.” International Political Science Association, Panel. Quebec, Canada. 1 August 2000.

• “The Decline of Capitalism and the Infantalist Ethos.” Castleton State College. Castleton, VT. 28 September 2000.

• “Globalization, Information Technology and the Future of Democracy.” Georgetown University, The President’s Millennium Seminars Project: The University for a New Democratic Era, Talk. Washington, DC. 19 September 2000.

• “Can Democracy Survive Globalization.” Mission College, Global Education Program. Santa Clara, CA. 14 September 2000.

• “The Shape of Democracy in a Technological Age: Opportunities and Challenges.” ASPEN Institute’s Democracy & Citizenship Program, Talk. Aspen, CO. 10-13 Sept. 2000.

• “Civil Society: Psychic Detachment, Power Vacuums, and Moral Choice.” Panels: 1) “Citizenship & Social Class Fifty Years Later: Evaluating T.H. Marshall’s Legacy for Citizenship Theory” 2) “Operationalizing Strong Democracy: New Practices and Experiments 3) “Political Engagement and Political Science Education: Where Are We, and Where Do We Need To Be?” Paper: “Civic Exchange: Experiment in Self-Moderated Civic Deliberation in Cyberspace.” American Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chairing. Washington, DC. 31 Aug. – 3 Sept. 2000.

• “A Place For Us.” Denison University, Address. Grandville, OH. 26 August 2000.

• “Global Citizens? Commerce versus Culture in the Post Modern World.” Images of the World, Global Ethics and Cultural Diversity, Keynote. Copenhagen, Denmark. 4 August 2000.

• “Multiculturalism and the Politics of Inclusion.” International Political Science Association, Panel. Quebec, Canada. 1 August 2000.

• “Citizenship Conscience and Political Education.” Liberty Fund Colloquium. Quebec, Canada. 28 July 2000.

• “Sustaining a Globalized World.” Aventis Triangle Forum. South Hampton, NY. 20 July 2000.

• “Could The Internet Review Democracy?” The Visby Seminar on Democracy, Swedish Liberal Party, Presentation. Visby, Sweden. 12 July 2000.

• “Globalization and Democracy.” Freedom House and the Batory Foundation: World Forum on Democracy Conference. Warsaw, Poland. 25 June 2000.

• “Internet und Globalisierung Demokratiekiller?” Sozialministerium Baden-Württemberg, Geschäftsstelle Bürgerachaftliches Engagement, Keynote. Walburgissaal, Musikinsel Germany. 23 June 2000.

• Keynote speech. The How To Get It Done Downtown Conference – 2000. Somerville, NJ. 16 June 2000.

• “Can Democracy Survive the Global Economy?” Grinnell College. Grinnell, Iowa. 2 June 2000.

• “Effects Of Globalization Internationally and from the American Perspective, Including the Impact on Canada – United States Relations.” Association of Professional Executives of the Public Service of Canada Symposium 2000: Canada in the World. Canada. 1 June 2000.

• “Campaign 2000: The Election and the Internet.” The Century Foundation. New York, NY. 18 May 2000.

• “Building Stronger Communities: Why Is This Important Now?” Governor’s General’s Canadian Study Conference 2000, Building Stronger Communities: Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders. Banff, Alberta. 17 May 2000.

• “Can Democracy Survive Globalization.” Government and Opposition, Leonard Schapiro Lecture. London, England. 4 May 2000.

• “Can Democracy Survive Globalization?” Globalization and Ethics: Libra Foundation Conference at the University of Southern Maine. Portland, ME. 28 April 2000.

• “Can The Global Economy Be Just?” Georgetown University, Seminar. Washington, DC. 26 April 2000.

• “Effective Civic Engagement: Cornerstone of Local Government.” University of Toronto, Active People: Active Democracy Seminar Series on Citizen Participation. Toronto, Canada. 18 April 2000.

• “Can Democracy Survive Globalization.” University of Illinois, Office for Democracy Studies, Democratic Transformations lecture series. Chicago, IL. 13 April 2000.

• “Living in a Democracy – Learning In A Democracy.” American Association of Community Colleges Annual Convention. Washington, DC. 9 April 2000.

• “Identity: Discovering & Affirming our Uniqueness.” First Annual Conference on Inclusiveness: Turning Away From Harmful Ideologies, Moving toward Empowering Actions. Fort Worth, TX. 7 April 2000.

• “Eliminating America’s Democratic Deficit.” Teachers College, the Center for Social Imagination: The Ambiguities of Freedom Conference. New York, NY. 1 April 2000.

• “Global Citizens Were Global Consumers: Can Democracy Survive Globalization?” Baylor University, The Emmy Parrish Lectures In American Studies. Waco, TX. 29 March 2000.

• “The Challenge of Global Consumerism: Is there a Place For Us In A World Dominated By Markets.” Montclair State College, Philosophy and Religion Department & The Institute for Community Studies, Brantl Memorial Lecture 2000. Montclair, NJ. 28 March 2000.

• “Globalization and the Consequences in Society.” Staatsministerium Baden – Württemberg, Future of the Society Talk. Mannheim, Germany. 16 March 2000.

• “Can Democracy Survive Globalization.” American Association of School Administrators. San Francisco, CA. 4 March 2000.

• “Education, Democracy and Citizenship After Littleton.” California Council on Social Studies Annual Conference: Social Studies for the Next Generation. San Diego, CA. 3 March 2000.

• “Can Democracy Survive Globalization?” International Affairs Council, 29th Annual Frank Church Symposium: State of the World a Decade After the Cold War. Pocatello, ID. 2 March 2000.

• “Democracy and Cultural Pluralism.” Global Economy without Citizens, The New School, The Wolfson Center for National Affairs. New York, NY. 28 February 2000.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld.” World Affairs Council Lecture. Philadelphia, PA. 24 February 2000.

• “Sprawl and Public Space: Redressing the Mall” & “Malls, Democracy and Public Space.” The Woodrow Wilson Center & The National Endowment for The Arts. Washington, DC. 11 February 2000.

• “Can Democracy Survive Globalization?” Edward Bloustein School, Rutgers University, Democracy and Civil Society in a Globalizing World. New Brunswick, NJ. 27 January 2000.

• Lecture. George Washington University Globalization, Information Technology & The Future of Democracy. Washington, DC. 25 January 2000.

• Lecture. University of San Francisco, Where is Higher Education Going? What is USF’s place in it? San Francisco, CA. 18 January 2000.

• Roundtable. International Mutual Fund Institute. New York, NY. 2 December 1999.

• “Can Democracy Survive Globalization?” West Virginia University Globalization: The Village and the World. Morgantown, WV. 22 November 1999.

• “Can Common Good Survive Global Privatization in the 21st Century?” Defining the Common Good: NCSS. Orlando, FL. 19 November 1999.

• “What is Cosmopolitanism?” Jewish Museum. New York, NY. 14 November 1999.

• “Can Democracy Survive Globalism & the Infantile Citizenship?” Castleton State College. Castleton, VT. 21 October 1999.

• “Clintons Private Life: Whose Business?” What Are We Up To? American Citizenship at the End of the Millennium. Stockbridge, MA. 9-10 Oct. 1999.

• “Can Democracy Survive Capitalism?” Kreisky Forum. Vienna. 5 October 1999.

• “Burger oder Verbraucher: Kann die Zivilgesellschaft McWorld?” Civil Society und Neue Burgergesellschaft. Munich, Germany. 3 October 1999.

• “Can Democracy Survive the Soft Despotism of McWorld?” Intervention Stams: Visions for the Alps 1999 Forum. Stams, Austria. 2 October 1999.

• “Globalisierung vs. Regionalisierun: Frohe Botschaften.” Weimar 1999 Conference. Weimar, Germany. 1 October 1999.

• Roundtable. Renewing Governance. Ontario, Canada. 24 Sept. 1999.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld: How Globalization and Tribalism are Reshaping the Economy.” Defining the Digital Age: Technology, Trends and Opportunities. Tysons Corner, VA. 22 Sept. 1999.

• “Democracy at the Millennial Moment.” WVIV-TV. Pittston, PA. 17 Sept. 1999.

• “Common Currents of Power? The Future Societies and Governance..” Hoescht Triangle Forum. Germany. 8-10 Sept. 1999.

• “Visions of Citizenship.” Political Science and the World of Politics & Policy: Contribution and Impact (APSA). Atlanta, GA. 2-5 Sept. 1999.

• “Civic Talk to Civic Action: Taking Stock of Democratic Renewal.” The Aspen Institute. Aspen, CO. 4-7 Aug. 1999.

• “Can Democracy Survive Privatization?” International Conference on Privatization. Geneva, Switzerland. 16-18 July 1999.

• “Globalizing Markets Without Globalizing Democracy.” 20th Anniversary Global Editors Meeting WorldTimes. Boston, MA. 3 July 1999.

• Lecture. National Study Circles Gathering; Study Circles Resources. Hartford, CT. 25 June 1999.

• “Beyond Nationalism? Towards a World Civil Society.” University of Malaga: Sovereignty, Governance and Compliance. Malaga, Spain. 17-20 June 1999.

• Keynote Speech. Canadian Public Relations Society National Conference. Ontario, Canada. 5-8 June 1999.

• Roundtable. For a Culture of Peace & Dialogue Among Civilizations in the 3rd Millennium. Moscow, Russia. 13-16 May 1999.

• Roundtable. Costs and Benefits of the Free Market System. Salzburg, Austria. 9-16 May 1999.

• “The Global Economy: Promises and Perils.” University of Illinois. Springfield, IL. 7 April 1999.

• “Can Citizenship Survive McWorld in the 21st Century.” NC State University, Symposium on Citizenship in the 21st Century. Raleigh, NC. 23 March 1999.

• Lecture. Stockholm, Sweden. 17-20 March 1999.

• “Can Democracy & the Ethics of Responsibility Survive.” Illinois State University: Robert G. Bone Distinguished Lecture Series. Norma, IL. 18-19 Feb. 1999.

• “Jihad vs. McWorld.” Decree College, Institute of International Relations. Athens, Greece. 8-11 April 1998.

• “Technology & Democracy in the Era of McWorld.” 2nd International Congress on Electronic Media & Citizenship. Helsinki, Finland. 6-9 Jan. 1998.

• Panels: 1) “Measuring Citizenship: Assessing the Impact of Service Learning on America’s Youth,” And 2) “Jihad vs. McWorld.” American Political Science Association Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA. 29-31 Aug. 1997.

• Lecture. Kettering Foundation’s National Issues Forum, Colloquium on The Role of Public Deliberation in Democratic Politics. Washington, DC. 26-27 June 1997.

• Keynote speech. Academy Leo Beyers of Arts and Life sciences. Antwerp, Belgium. 14 May 1997.

• “The Future of Civil Society.” Nexus Institut- Tilburg University. Netherlands. 12-13 May 1997.

• “Educating for Civil Society: Civic Engagement as an Educational Task.” Social Ministry of Baden-Württemberg – BEIRAT University of Stuttgart; “Jihad Versus McWorld.” State of Ministry Baden Württemberg; “Social Future and Civil Engagement.” Academy Bad Boll; “Civil Society and the Church.” Discussion with German religious leaders. Germany. 5-7 May 1997.

• “McWorld’s Global Economy vs. Democracy – Europe’s Economy vs. Swiss Democracy.” Gottlieb Duttweiler Institut. Zurich, Switzerland. 5 May 1997.

• Roundtable. Institute for Civil Society. North Tarrytown, NY. 2 May 1997.

• “Cultural Tribalism versus Economic Globalism – What does it mean for democracy?” University of Missouri – St. Louis, State of the World Conference. St. Louis, MO. 1 May 1997.

• “The New Information Technologies and Stability.” Rockefeller Brothers Fund Project on World Security Experts Working Group. Tarrytown, NY. 24 April 1997.

• “Globalization and its effects on third world countries.” FUCID (Foundation Universitatire Pour la Cooperation Internationale au Developpement); Lecture. Centre national de Cooperation au Development (CNCD) seminar on international economy and development with Belgian NGO’s. Namur, Belgium. 15-16 April 1997.

• “Tribalism Particularism and Consumerist Universalism: Can Democracy Survive?” Tel Aviv University/Howard Gilman International Colloquium on Particularism vs. Universalism. Prague, Czech Republic. 11-13 April 1997.

• Panel Chair: “Democracy and Representation.” Columbia University: CSPT conference on Democratization and Justice at Columbia University. New York, NY. 5-7 April 1997.

• Lecture. New School for Social Research conference on The Consciousness Industry & Democracy and the Commercial Culture of McWorld. New York, NY. 4 April 1997. “Renewal of Civic Life And Citizenship in America.” Southwest Missouri State Citizenship in the 21st Century Conference. Springfield, MO. 2-3 April 1997.

• “Citizenship and Community Development.” Champlain Valley Union High School. New Brunswick, NJ. 31 March 1997 .

• Keynote Speech. World Affairs Council on Oregon’s Democracy in Global Perspective lecture series. Portland, OR. 27 March 1997.

• Keynote speech. US Navy seminar on information policy. South Carolina. 20-21 March 1997.

• Keynote speech. California State – Fullerton, Office of Student Life conference on Community-based Service Learning. Fullerton, CA. 13-14 March 1997.

• “The New Square: Local/Global.” Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture – Columbia University symposium. New York, NY. 8 March 1997.

• “Clansmen, Consumers and Citizens: Three Takes on Civil Society.” University of Maryland Scholar’s Workshop Group. Washington, DC. 7-8 March 1997.

• “Democracy and the Assimilation of Minorities.” Columbia University: Department of Political Science workshop. New York, NY. 27 February 1997.

• “Technology for what? The Internet for whom?” Burda/Academy for the Third Millennium conference on Internet and Politics. Munich, Germany. 19-21 Feb. 1997.

• Keynote speech. Arizona Humanities Council conference on Free Speech and Community: Who Speaks for American Values in Public Institutions; “Revitalizing citizenship.” Arizona State University – College of Extended Education. Phoenix, AZ. 6-8 Feb. 1997.

• Plenary on “Jihad vs. McWorld” and Panel on “What’s so great about Western Civilization?” World Economic Forum. Davos, Switzerland. 4 Feb.- 30 Jan. 1997.

• Lecture. Harvard University seminar at Kennedy School of Government on issues of civic engagement. Cambridge, MA. 11 December 1996.

• Keynote address. Facing History and Ourselves. New York, NY. 10 December 1996.

• “La démocratie au risque de la mondialisation et des replis identitaires.” Conference-débat publique au Cirque d’Hiver with Michel Rocard, Jean Daniel, Jean-Louis Lavelle, and Maurice Bellet. Paris, France. 5 December 1996.

• “Reaffirming the Public Value of Public Education.” American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ Meeting. Atlanta, GA. 24 November 1996.

• “The Republican Tradition, The Problems of Democratic Participation, and the Strengthening of A Civic Culture.” Fondazione Giovanni Agnelli’s Turin conference on Republicanism and the Relevance on Republican Political Ideas for our Politics. Turin, Italy. 23 Nov. – 10 Dec. 1996.

• Lecture. Kettering Foundation and Social Policy Movement Research Center’s Civil Society and its Discontents & Civil Society: Pros and Cons. New York, NY. 15 November 1996.

• “Technology and American Democracy in the 21st Century.” Cameron University’s Festival III: Science, Technology and The 21st Century. Lawton, OK. 12-13 Nov. 1996.

• “Globalism vs. Tribalism: The Costs for Democracy.” FACDIS (Consortium for Faculty and Course Development In International Studies) Conference on Globalization and Fragmentation. Morgantown, WV. 7 November 1996.

• Roundtable Leader. Parliamentary Centre’s Changing Maps Project on Information-Based Governance: Administration for the Commonweal in the Age of Information. Ottawa, Canada. 1 November 1996.

• Roundtable. Television Project’s Media Literacy Videoconference. Newark, NJ. 29 October 1996.

• “From Me to We: Renewing America’s Civic Life in an Information Age.” National Teleconference sponsored by the American Association of Community Colleges, Council for the Advancement of Citizenship, Center for Democracy and Citizenship – Humphrey Institute, Close-Up Foundation, and The Foundation on Economic Trends panels: 1) What is happening to America’s civic life? and 2) The Impact of Telecommunications on American Democracy. Washington, DC. 24 October 1996.

• Lecture. Evening Dialogues Program on “Working Hard at Leisure” at Cooper Union, dialogue on design, media and Technology. New York, NY. 24 October 1996.

• “Identity in the Era of Jihad vs. McWorld.” Iowa State University Annual Humanities Ames and NEH/Ames Public Library Lecture Series: Divided Selves, United States. 15 October 1996.

• “Strengthening Democracy by Recreating Civil Society.” Catholic University of Eichstätt Symposium on The Unfolding of America’s National Identity. Washington, DC. 9-11 Oct. 1996.

• “Strengthening Democracy by Recreating Civil Society.” Independent Sector Conference on Measuring the Impact of The Nonprofit Sector on Society. Washington, DC. 5 September 1996.

• “Higher Education and Civic Responsibility.” Pacific Lutheran University Fall Faculty Conference. Tacoma, WA. 4 September 1996.

• Keynote address. Lawrence Public Schools Opening Convocation for Faculty And Administrators. Lawrence, KS. 19 August 1996.