Shasha seminar on the Political Economy of Oil, today and tomorrow

Well, it’s nice to know Gov prof. Peter Rutland reads Wesleying. What’s up, doc? He writes in:

You are encouraged to attend the following events, part of the Shasha Seminar on the Political Economy of Oil.

“Should the Keystone pipeline be built?”
A debate between students from Wesleyan’s politics of oil class and a
class from UConn. Today (April 19), 4.30 pm in Shanklin 107.

“Protecting Our Environment in Turbulent Times”
Lecture by Daniel C. Esty Commissioner of the Connecticut Department
of Energy and Environmental Protection
Today (April 19), 8:00 p.m. in Memorial Chapel.

“The Big Shake-Up. Changing Perceptions of Energy Independence”
Steve LeVine Author, The Oil and the Glory
Friday (April 20), 1.00 p.m. in Beckham Hall.

You are also welcome to attend the panels which will be running from
9.00-5.00 on on Friday (April 20) in Beckham Hall. You can find the
program here.

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