Unequal Mobility and its Social Consequences
Dr Karen Lucas delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012.
Top 25 Spanish Questions You Need to Know #14 - How tall are you? in Spanish
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! Since you arrived in Spain, you’ve noticed that you get a lot of strange looks, but you’re not quite sure why. And last week, your Spanish friend was teasing you for hitting your head on door frames on an almost daily basis. Maybe the strange looks are related to your height?! In [...]
Educational Activity Songs for Young Children
100 Years of Construction at Kent State University
This time lapse animation shows how Kent State University started as a small college on the hill with a few buildings and has grown into a large research university with over one hundred buildings.
6. The Disordered Soul: Thémis and PTSD
Philosophy and the Science of Human Nature (PHIL 181) Professor Gendler introduces Aristotle's conception of virtue as a structuring one's life so that one's instinctive responses line up with one's reflective commitments. Becoming virtuous, according to Aristotle, requires that we engage in a process of habituation by acting as if we were virtuous, just as musicians master their instruments by playing them. By contrast, when one's behavior or experience is out of line with one's reflective com
Marvelous Mozart The last movement of Mozart's Duo for Violin and Viola Number 1 in G major. Soloists MIT students Sherman Jia on violin and Adrian Anantawan on viola. Bravo! Bravi! Thanks to Sherman's teacher Lynn Chang and to Marcus Thompson of the MIT Chamber Music Society, Killian Hall, March 23, 2012.
The last movement of Mozart's Duo for Violin and Viola Number 1 in G major. Soloists MIT students Sherman Jia on violin and Adrian Anantawan on viola. Bravo! Bravi! Thanks to Sherman's teacher Lynn Chang and to Marcus Thompson of the MIT Chamber Music Society, Killian Hall, March 23, 2012.
Shirley Temple reciting poetry by Rose Fyleman
From the 1935 film Curly Top. Elizabeth (Shirley Temple) recites two short poems for her uncle Edward (John Boles). The first poem, "Before," was published in Punch magazine in 1919, with the author named simply as "R.F." -- probably Rose Fyleman, a British children's poet who also wrote the second poem Shirley recites, entitled "Singing-Time." (01:04)
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Creatures of Light: Inside the Exhibition Studio
Months before the opening of Creatures of Light on March 31, a team of preparators at the American Museum of Natural History began developing custom models of glowing organisms that light up the exhibition. Director of Exhibition Design Michael Meister and other members of the Exhibition Department share how they conduct visual research for these unique models, work with curators to make them scientifically accurate, and meet the various lighting challenges of creating an exhibition about biolum
15.S22b 04/12/2012 Alex and Marisa
15.S22 SSIM: Practical Leadership
Musicians at Google: Wilson Phillips
Inspired by their parents and profoundly proud of their musical lineage, DEDICATED is the album their fans have been waiting for since their debut single "Hold On" topped the charts around the world. Born into rock royalty (Carnie and Wendy Wilson are the daughters of Beach Boys legendary writer and producer Brian Wilson, and Chynna Phillips is the daughter of John and Michelle Phillips of Mamas and Papas fame), WILSON PHILLIPS' album DEDICATED pays homage to their shared musical heritage. Featu
Entrepreneurship Lecturer - Robert Weist
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Bill Clinton's Life Part 3/6
In Bill Clinton's Life Part 3/6, learn about the beginning of Bill Clinton's journey on becoming an extremely successful politician and how he met and married his wife Hillary. (5:18)
Legatum Lecture: Chris Meyer "The Emerging Economies Drive the Evolution of Capitalism" For half a century the US has sat at the center of the global economic system, and Western-style capitalism has dominated. Now, it's no secret that the center of gravity is shifting. Christopher Meyer discuss today's deeply held assumptions about capitalism and the world of other possibilities in emerging economies. For more videos visit:http://legatum.mit.edu/media?tag=Video <
For half a century the US has sat at the center of the global economic system, and Western-style capitalism has dominated. Now, it's no secret that the center of gravity is shifting. Christopher Meyer discuss today's deeply held assumptions about capitalism and the world of other possibilities in emerging economies.
For more videos visit:http://legatum.mit.edu/media?tag=Video
Upper Intermediate S5 #8 - Murderous Tendencies are Revealed in Japan
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You have always had a tendency to procrastinate, especially when it comes to chores that you don’t want to do. So now that you moved into a new apartment in Japan, you’ve promised yourself that you’re going to be more diligent about housework. You wrote up a chore chart in Japanese [...]
Meet Tim Judah: Will Scotland Withdraw from the U.K.?
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/united-kingdom-scotland-independence-referendum-european-union-nuclear-security-nato-scottish-national-party In recent news, the Scottish government have announced plans for a referendum concerning their independence from the United Kingdom in the next couple of years. Pulitzer Center grantee Tim Judah travels to Scotland to report on the future of the country as a part of the United Kingdom, as well as the European Union. The possible shift in the
Establishing Tone in the Distance Course
This course covers seven topics useful to establish tone in the distance course.
Building the Towers
In this video clip, learn a brief history of the conception and creation of the World Trade Center. (4:10)
Exquisite Corpse Adventure: 2011 National Book Festival
Join emcee Mary Brigid Barrett and authors and illustrators Calef Brown, Susan Cooper, Jack Gantos, Gregory Maguire, Patricia McKissack, Katherine Paterson and Chris Van Dusen for a session of fun and surprises as they bring you excerpts from the episodic story "The Exquisite Corpse Adventure," developed as a biweekly story event for the Library of Congress for the Read.gov website. For captions, transcript, and more information visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=5469.