MSUToday: Samaritan Scrolls
The re-discovery of Samaritan Scrolls on the campus of MSU, creates a unique educational opportunity for students and scholars alike.
21L.451 Introduction to Literary Theory (MIT)
This subject focuses on the ways in which we read, providing an overview of some of the different strategies of reading, comprehending and engaging with literary texts developed in the twentieth century. The course is organized around specific theoretical paradigms. In each case our task will be, first, to work through the selected reading in order to see how it determines or defines the task of literary interpretation; second, to locate the limits of each particular approach; and finally, to tr
Eggleston, "Red Ceiling," or Greenwood, Mississippi,1973 - Smart History at Khan Academy
William Eggleston, "Red Ceiling," or Greenwood, Mississippi, Dye transfer print, 12.625 x 19.0625 in. (32.1 x 48.4 cm), 1973 (prints in MoMA and J. Paul Getty Collection)
Speakers: Dr. Shana Gallagher-Lindsay, Dr. Beth Harris (05:02)
RECOMMENDATIONS AND RESPONSES TO HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE: THE BC OMBUDSPERSON REPORT
Kim Carter, Ombudsperson, for the Province of British Columbia
Geograph reaches Three Million Pictures
Geograph having over 3 million live images on its website!
Van Gogh, Portrait of Joseph Roulin, 1889 - Smart History at Khan Academy
Vincent van Gogh, Portrait of Joseph Roulin, early 1889 (MoMA) Speakers: Beth Harris and Steven Zucker. (04:33)
21L.488 Contemporary Literature: British Novels Now (MIT)
What is Britain now? Its metropolises are increasingly multicultural. Its hold over its distant colonies is a thing of the past. Its sway within the global political arena is weak. Its command over Northern Ireland, Wales, and Scotland is broken or threatened. What have novelists made of all this? What are they writing as the old empire fades away and as new social and political formations emerge? These are the questions that will concern us in this course.
Hoe-woorden aanvullen in een verhaaltje In deze bijdrage vind je twee verhaaltjes waarin leerlingen de bijvoeglijke naamwoorden moeten aanvullen of vervangen.
In deze bijdrage vind je twee verhaaltjes waarin leerlingen de bijvoeglijke naamwoorden moeten aanvullen of vervangen.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Roald Dahl (poetry reading)
The best Snow White themed party in literature is in John Steinbeck's Sweet Thursday. If you haven't read it then you should because it will improve the way you see the rest of humanity. Like any party thrown by or for a single woman, its purpose was to invite one particular man. (If a girl ever invites you to her party try to work out whether you are that particular man. Even it you're not, then still you might have been requested by one of her friends. Otherwise you're just a stooge who
Preview of Brainiac
Running with Harold Abrahams (1924)
Join legendary British athlete Harold Abrahams as he's put through his paces shortly after winning Gold in the 100 metre sprint at the 1924 Paris Olympics - later immortalised in the film 'Chariots of Fire'. This extract is taken from 'Running: A Sport That Creates Both Bodily and Mental Health', an edition of the 1920s newsreel 'Sporting Life: A Racing Outlook' which also includes Abrahams' fellow runner and 400 metre champion Eric Liddell.
Science Bulletins: Suburban Growth Stresses Streams
Ecologists have established a long-term study of streams that flow through urban, suburban, rural, and forested areas of western North Carolina. Their goal is to observe how water quality and different species—from algae to insects to fish—change when roads and buildings are constructed near streams. The work will also enable scientists to forecast how streams in forested areas respond as new development encroaches. Such predictions could help inform land-use decisions by public and private
The Three Lochs Way: stage 1
A photographic record of the first part of the Three Lochs Way
Guildford - George Abbot Trail
Historical sites in Guildford linked to George Abbot.
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Hitler's Economics [Day 9 of Robert Wenzel's 30-day reading list that will lead you to become a knowledgeable libertarian, this Mises Daily was originally published August 02, 2003.] For today's generation, Hitler is the most hated man in history, and his reg
[Day 9 of Robert Wenzel's 30-day reading list that will lead you to become a knowledgeable libertarian, this Mises Daily was originally published August 02, 2003.]
For today's generation, Hitler is the most hated man in history, and his reg
Government Medical "Insurance" [Making Economic Sense (1995; 2007)] One of Ludwig von Mises's keenest insights was on the cumulative tendency of government intervention. The government, in its wisdom, perceives a problem (and Lord knows, there are always problems!). The government then int
[Making Economic Sense (1995; 2007)]
One of Ludwig von Mises's keenest insights was on the cumulative tendency of government intervention. The government, in its wisdom, perceives a problem (and Lord knows, there are always problems!). The government then int
IPL: Professor Andrew Geddis
Professor Andrew Geddis, Faculty of Law, presents his Inaugural Professorial Lecture on the topic “Of Flags and Protest: Dissent, Offence and the Limits of Free Speech”.13 September 2011.
Expedition 32 Departs for Baikonur
A new trio of Expedition 32 flight engineers, NASA astronaut Suni Williams, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Aki Hoshide and Russian cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko, departs the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Star City, Russia, for the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on July 2, 2012 to begin two weeks of pre-launch preparations. They are set to launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in their Soyuz TMA-05M spacecraft July 14 and dock to the station on July 17.