The Power of Theater
Diane Paulus Artistic Director, American Repertory Theater Professor of the Practice of Theater, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Peter Der Manuelian Philip J. King Professor of Egyptology, Faculty of Arts and Science
Allan M. Brandt Dean, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Amalie Moses Kass Professor of the History of Medicine, Harvard Medical School Professor of the History of Science, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Introduction to the American Civil Rights Movement
Educational photo essay created for a university assessment task based on the Civil Rights Movement in the USA in the 1950s and 1960s. This four minute video does not have narration, bus is a series of images and graphics that are used to tell the history of this time period and its struggles. Some images show violence.
Untangling the European bank recapitalisation web
Oct. 13 - Europe's banks need up to 200 billion euros in recapitalisation. Daiwa Capital Markets' Michael Symonds and Richard Muller of Reuters look at where the tensions, risks and needs are most acute.
Bat calls powered by superfast muscles
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn20981-terminal-buzz-gives-bats-their-hunting-edge.html
Search Your Film Archives: Dance
Search Your Film Archives is a *free* online resource that allows you to explore Britain's film heritage, and where available, watch videos online. Start exploring: http://www.bfi.org.uk/reelhistory Find out more about how the UK's film archives are working together to deliver digital innovation: http://beta.bfi.org.uk/4e5f54f77aa8f
Adam Goodheart: 2011 National Book Festival
Historian, journalist and critic Adam Goodheart Author appears at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Adam Goodheart is a historian, journalist and critic whose new book is the New York Times best-selling and critically praised "1861: The Civil War Awakening" (Knopf). He has contributed frequent essays and reviews to The New York Times (where he also served as deputy editor of the Op-Ed page), National Geographic, Smithsonian and The Atlantic, among many other publications. At W
Hoda Kotb: 2011 National Book Festival
Hoda Kotb appears at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Hoda Kotb has been co-anchor with Kathie Lee Gifford of the fourth hour of "Today" since 2007. She has also been a "Dateline NBC" correspondent since April 1998 and the host of the weekly syndicated series "Your Total Health" since September 2004. In her nine years at NBC, Kotb has covered a wide variety of domestic and international stories. Her book "Hoda: How I Survived War Zones, Bad Hair, Cancer and Kathie Lee" (Simon
UCLA MDCUNE Bird Song System Lecture 2 of 4 (2010-01-28)
UCLA MDCUNE Bird Song System Lecture 2 of 4. UCLA Department of Neuroscience and Department of Psychology undergraduate lecture on Bird Song System (part 2 of 4) by Dr. William Grisham, Ph.D., on 2010-01-28. Part of the Modular Digital Course in Undergraduate Neuroscience Education (MDCUNE) project: http://mdcune.psych.ucla.edu/
Elephant Zen Den
Step into the wild with gentle giants. Relax with elephants both young and old, and join the herd. (3:22)
Gorilla Zen Den
Wild mountain gorillas lead peaceful lives and spend their days eating, sleeping, and playing. Watch and learn from the intelligence, gentle nature, and vulnerability of this most human-like species. (3:06)
Catch some huge air with these young riders and watch as they attack the mountain. Learn the importance of knowing what to do when the mountain fights back. (1:43)
Berkeley Writers at Work with Alison Gopnik
Professor Alison Gopnik, author of The Philosophical Baby, reads from her work, is interviewed about her writing process, and takes questions from the audience. The Writers at Work series provides an opportunity to hear from UC Berkeley writers about all aspects of their writing process, from research to drafting, revising, and editing.
2011 International Forum on R&D: Session 5 - Chad Gaffield
Session 5 International Partnerships in Humanities & Social Sciences In this session, leaders of research councils from Canada and from around the world will address the objectives, priorities, challenges and best practices in the funding of international research in humanities & social sciences.
David W. Lewis - The Future of the Academic Library: A Symposium
"Thinking differently about collections: New collection models" May 16th & 17th, 2011 Ron Joyce Centre, Burlington, Ontario
Literary Characters - Free English Video by Brightstorm
This video describes the different types of literary characters. Static characters do not change, while dynamic characters change throughout the piece of literature. Round characters are characters that we know a lot about, while flat characters we only know basic details about. Protagonist characters are leading characters while antagonists are characters working against the protagonist. (3:15)