A Brief History of Copyright and Innovation
From the framers of the Constitution, who were worried about books and pamphlets, to present-day stakeholders, who are concerned about DVDs, MP3s, and the Internet, the story of copyright law is an ongoing struggle to balance copyright holders' rights with and the public interest. New technologies constantly challenge that balance. In this lesson, students will examine the historical relationship between copyright law and technological innovation in the U.S. Working in teams, they will research
In this lesson, students will experience the internment of Japanese Americans from San Francisco's Fillmore neighborhood. By connecting local experiences with national events, students will understand both the constitutional issues at stake and the human impact of this government policy.
Leading Across Boundaries
“This is a strange and paradoxical time,” says moderator Peter Senge, in which people live “more and more in each other’s backyard”-- interdependent globally but also fragmented by economics and politics. Senge believes “working across boundaries is the defining challenge” of our era.
"A Person Like Me, Oppress'd By Dame Fortune, Need Not Care Where He Goes": The "Infortunate" Willia
Many travelers made their way to Philadelphia and the Mid-Atlantic colonies in the eighteenth century in search of economic opportunity, but not all experienced the fabulous success of Benjamin Franklin. William Moraley, born in 1699 into a modest artisanal family, was more typical. Economic cycles were often critical in determining migration patterns; approximately 73,000 people left for the British colonies in the1730s, twice the average of earlier in the century (17,000 arrived in Philadelphi
Visualizing Cultures opens a window on modern times by wedding popular images and scholarly commentary in ways that were not technologically possible until recently. Focusing to date on Japan and Asia in the modern world, these units enable users to “see” historical moments as they were actually depicted for mass audiences at the time from various national, cultural, racial, ideological, and individual perspectives. The graphics themselves also reflect the evolving nature of different medium
Literacy for Globalists Project
The Literacy for Globalists Project is a web-based citizen self-education curriculum about America's global affairs. Our goal is to empower participants -- Globalists -- to engage, broaden, and enrich a national discussion of U.S. foreign policy, supplementing the input of media and policy makers with the voices of citizens.
Talk: Midterm elections: Category 3 or 5 hurricane for Democrats?
Peter Hart, chairman of Peter D. Hart Research Associates and one of the leading U.S. analysts of public opinion survey research, speaks about the midterm elections.
Bulletin of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Volume XIX, Issue 2
CONTENTS: Cover Illustration Description, A Word of Thanks, Director Returns from Sabbatic, Research Associate Honored, Donors Honored at Banquet, The Institute for Antiquity and Christianity Honor Roll of Donors (May 1991 - June 1992), Ellens Completes Term as Chair, Contexts No.19--"Dionysos in Art", News & Notes
Headwaters Province - Idaho and Montana: Earth Science Studies in Support of Public Policy Developme
This resource contains an organized database of resources that provide geoscience data and interpretations to the Federal Land Management Agencies (FLMA) that are basic to sound policy and land-stewardship practices. U.S. Forest Service (USFS) National Forest and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Resource Area Management Plans for the Headwaters Province are in revision, with completion dates from 1999-2003. USFS Regions 1 and 4 have made National Priority Requests for Mineral Resources Program (M
Bulletin of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Volume XXIII, Issue 4
CONTENTS: Cover Illustration Description, Calendar of Events, Alexander's Revenge: Traces of Hellenistic Culture through the Centuries, lAC Welcomes S. Michael Saad, The lAC Spring Public Lecture Series 1997: "Hearing and Seeing in Byzantine Perception of Saints," "Magic and the Origins of the Cold War: Greek Ideology and Western Ideas," "Jerusalem: The 'Holy City,'" "On the Boundary: Jesus in Galilee and the Gaulanitis," and "Askesis and the Perception of Holiness", Visiting Scholars 1996-199
Bulletin of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Volume XII, Issue 4
CONTENTS: Cover Illustration Description, Calendar of Events, The Savery Codex in Claremont, Computer Developments, The Spring Public Lecture Series of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, "Gnostic Androgynes and the Living Jesus," "Approaching the Deities: Prayer and Praise in Ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt," "The Education of Solomon," and "Gnosticism: The Egyptian Connection", Artifacts in the IAC Museum: A Yortan Jug, Institute at the National AAR/SBL Convention, Institute Scholars B
NY Times Lesson Plan: Nature’s Invaders: Exploring the Effects of Invasive Species on Local Ecosys Overview | What are invasive species, and how do they affect ecosystems? In this lesson, students learn how an invasive species and a native species experiencing a population explosion may threaten some of the world’s
Overview | What are invasive species, and how do they affect ecosystems? In this lesson, students learn how an invasive species and a native species experiencing a population explosion may threaten some of the world’s
This course provides an outline to how a private company goes public through an Initial Public Offering or IPO. The course describes different phases and critical issues that a company must address for a successful IPO. Several supplemental materials are posted for this course - Plain English Handbook from the SEC, Prospectus Example, and other materials. Course Level: Beginner to Intermediate - No prior knowledge is required to complete this course. Recommended for 2.0 hours of CPE. Course Meth
Where Do We Grow From Here?
This package of resources and lesson plans was developed to support social studies and science teachers in integrating these topics within the regular curriculum. Government, policy and planning, economics, geography, and a myriad of environmental issues are encompassed with the Smart Growth concept, and Smart Growth provides a rich source of topics for classroom investigations. Our goal is to facilitate the involvement of teachers and students in authentic government and environmental issues. T
The University of Warwick's Shaun Breslin - China and the Global Crisis: Global Responsibility meets
Part of the 2nd Joint Boston/Warwick Politics and International Studies Workshop on Aspects of the Post Financial Crisis.
Woman's Building History: Nancy Buchanan (Otis College)
In addition to producing video, Buchanan's practice includes installation, drawing, artist's books and work with fabric. She was a founding member of several seminal artist's collectives: F-Space Gallery, Grandview Gallery at the Woman's Building, Los Angeles, and Double X, a feminist art network. In addition to producing her own work, Buchanan has also curated and reviewed exhibitions. She is currently on faculty at CalArts. This video was commissioned by Otis College of Art and Design for the
Woman's Building History: Linda Nishio (Otis College)
Over the past 25 years, Nishio's diverse practice has included sculpture, photography, video, performance, printing, drawing and digital images. She worked as a designer at the Women's Graphic Center at the Woman's Building in the early 1980s and also served on the Board of Directors. This video was commissioned by Otis College of Art and Design for the exhibition "Doin' It in Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman's Building" (1973-1991) in the Ben Maltz Gallery, October 1 January 28, 2012 and
Otis MFA Graphic Design Lecture: Erika Rothenberg
Graduate Graphic Design Presents a lecture by Artist Erika Rothenberg who makes art that takes many forms—painting, sculpture, photography, etc.—and frequently uses words as well as images. Her work has been widely exhibited at galleries and museums including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, and Documenta IX in Kassel, Germany. Rothenberg has taught at CalArts, UCLA
Woman's Building History: Susan King (Otis College)
Susan E. King moved to Southern California in the 1970's to be part of the Feminist Studio Workshop where she started writing and making artists' books. For many years, she was on faculty and she served as Studio Director of the Women's Graphic Center at the Woman's Building. King grew up in the South, in a family of storytellers. Southern oral tradition and history, and writing about place often appear in her work. Trained as a sculptor, she brings sculptural aspects to making artists' books. H
Marquette University Law School Commercial
We seek for Marquette Law School to be the place where students, lawyers, business leaders, judges, academics, policymakers — all engaged citizens, really — come to explore and discuss public policy problems and find, perhaps, some common ground and even some common solutions. It is the search for justice that makes us who we are.