The "Digital Outback" is a multimedia collection of audio and video stories, presentations, interviews, and samples of student work at Fairhaven College. This page contains video of the most recent World Issues Forum lectures, viewed here as Windows Media files, or you can subscribe to the podcast to see them as QuickTime movies. More recent videos are on our Channel on Vimeo.
12/17/09: Margaret Stock on Immigration and the post 9/11 debate.
12/15/09: Marjorie Faulstich Orellana on the invisible work of immigrants.
11/12/09: A Woman Among Warlords, former Afghan parliamentarian speaks out.
10/21/09: Carl Wilkens, last American remaining in the 1994 Rwandan Genocide.
10/14/09: Haiti needs help. How does the international community step in?
10/7/09: How have globalization and emigration affected Carribean societies?
9/30/09: To what extent is international criminal justice "international"?
5/27/09: Amy Hagopian discusses how the US lures health workers from abroad.
5/20/09: Margaret C Lee discusses China-Uganda economic relations.
5/06/09: Alia Parker & Eric Vermeers, Adventure Learrning Grantees.
4/29/09: Hiroshi Motomura speaks about illegal immigration.
4/22/09: Nidia Castellanos discusses the role of the Arauca Peasant Association.
4/20/09: Elizabeth May talks about why US leadership is urgently needed.
4/24/09: Baldemar Mendoza Jiménez looks at affects on Oaxaca's indigenous.
10/20/08: Dahr Jamail, an independent journalist, tells about his experiences in Iraq.
10/24/08: Rick Steves, travel author, shares lessons from Europe on drug abuse.
10/29/08: Gordy Slack, science writer, speaks on legal aspects of Intelligent Design.
10/25/08: Tom Ackerman discusses global warming as fact or fiction.
10/22/08: Rev. Rich Lang, Methodist pastor, addresses apocalyptic theology.
11/17/08: Dr. Richard Robbins, anthropologist.
11/5/08: Stephen Bezruchka, discusses healcare.
12/3/08: Riki Ott,discusses the wake of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill.