Barham-Coxhead Retirement & Alumni Social

Barham Coxhead Retirement and Alumni Social, August 26-27th

Schedule UPDATED!:

8/26 Fri Pyle Center, 702 Langdon Street

1:00-4:15 p.m. Presentations/reflections/discussion Economics of development, agriculture and environment

Session 1: 1:00-2:00 p.m. Applied Economics & Applied Economists

  • Guanming Shi, Professor and chair, AAE: Welcome and Opening Remarks
  • Michael Carter, UC-Davis: “There and back again: development economics in the time of Brad and Ian”
  • Jerry Shively, Purdue University: “Old wine in new bottles? Two challenges for the next generation of development economists”
  • Malcolm Childress, Global Land Alliance: The end of capitalism and real utopias: directions for emancipatory social science from Streeck, Olin Wright and Barham

Session 2: 2:20-3:10 p.m. Reflections by AAE Alumni and Others

  • Jean Geran, 4W Streets Project, UW-Madison
  • Jeremy Weber, University of Pittsburgh
  • Ana Paula de Melo, Howard University
  • Diep Phan, Beloit College

Session 3: 3:20-4:10 p.m. Campus Connections

  • Ken Shapiro, AAE emeritus professor and chair
  • Alberto Vargas, Center for Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies
  • Al McCoy, History and Center for SE Asian Studies
  • Katie Peterman, Anders Gurda, and Tom Bryan, UW-Madison Organic Ag Collaborative Team
  • Dan Bromley, AAE emeritus professor and chair

4:30-6:30 p.m. (extended): Retirement and Alumni Reception

Program/remarks with hosted beer/wine/refreshments/hors d’oeuvres

* Program remarks at 5:00

6:30 p.m. ~: Casual gathering @ Memorial Union Terrace

beer, brats, sunset, and all the great traditions of summer in Madison

8/27 Sat Hoyt Park, Roys Shelter, 3902 Regent Street

11:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m.

Hosted picnic

Food and drink provided. Bring frisbees, games, musical instruments

NOTE: Friday’s presentations and reception on Zoom: https://go.aae.wisc.edu/aug26  

(Link will be live at Noon 8/26)

Questions? Mailto:Kimberly.Santiago@wisc.edu or call (608) 262-2480

Bradford Barham Years of Service: 1987-2022
Ian Coxhead Years of Service:1991-2022