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Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University


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Virtual
1.a. Possessed of certain physical virtues or capacities; effective in respect of inherent natural qualities or powers; capable of exerting influence by means of such qualities.
3.a. Capable of producing a certain effect or result; effective, potent, powerful.
g. Computers. Not physically existing as such but made by software to appear to do so from the point of view of the program or the user.


VIRTUALY2K with be video and sound recorded for the purposes of an educational documentary. Sound files of presentation will be made available here following the symposium.


Adam ASHFORTH
institute for advanced study

John Perry BARLOW
electronic frontier foundation

Thomas BARNETT
u.s. naval war college

Thomas J. BIERSTEKER
brown university

Manuel DE LANDA
columbia university

James DER DERIAN
brown university

Ron DEIBERT
university of toronto

Mary Ann DOANE
brown university

Ricardo DOMINGUEZ
Carmin KARASIC
Stefan WRAY
electronic disturbance theater

Ian R. DOUGLAS
the power foundation

Jean Bethke ELSHTAIN
university of chicago

Miguel ENCARNACAO and Robert BARTON
Fraunhofer Center for Research in Computer Graphics

Yaron EZRAHI
hebrew university

Abbott GLEASON
brown university

Jonathan GRATCH and Marcus THIEBAUX
usc

N. Katherine HAYLES
ucla

Wendy HUI KYONG CHUN
brown university

Michael IGNATIEFF
the new yorker

Mary KALDOR
london school of economics

Jon KATZ
slashdot.org and rolling stone

Thomas KEENAN
bard college

Laura KURGAN
princeton university

George LANDOW
brown university

Jaron LANIER
tele-immersion

Thomas LEVIN

princeton university

Robert MACE
vectordata

Michael MACEDONIA
u.s. army, stricom

Ira MAGAZINER
sjs, inc

General William NASH (Ret.)
National Democratic Institute

Marc PESCE
usc

John Philip SANTOS
ford foundation

Andries VAN DAM
brown university

Michael ZYDA
naval postgraduate school



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