Democracy in America: Jefferson, Tocqueville, and Lincoln
Professor Onuf explores the development of the elusive and controversial ideal of democracy from Thomas Jefferson's revolutionary writings to Abraham Lincoln's great effort to vindicate republican principles in the American Civil War. Peter Onuf is Thomas Jefferson Foundation Professor of History at the University of Virginia and Harmsworth Professor of American History at the University of Oxford.
Numbers help me count 1-20-Running time is 2:15
Counting from 1-20 with the music of Mark D. Pencil and Friends. The singer verbally says each number while the numeral and number word are displayed on the screen. Catchy tune repeats 3 times. Running time is 2:15.
The Elements of Drama Trailer
Just the Facts: Understanding Literature: The Elements of Drama is a snippet stating definitions of genre, drama, plot, in a multiple-choice quiz format. Could be used for pre-teaching or review only
Demonstrators march for human rights
Human rights activists in the Philippines and Cambodia hold mass demonstrations to mark Human Rights Day
Creating a Game Plan for Transition to a Sustainable Economy
The “chief inspired protagonist” of one of the nation’s oldest and most successful green manufacturers apologizes for delivering a talk “more depressing than expected.” While discussing the challenges facing businesses attempting to transition to a more just and sustainable economy, Jeffrey Hollender enumera
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Public houses, Inns, Taverns, Bars, Ale Houses
The Medium Religion
Noted philosopher, critic and essayist Boris Groys, who has previously delved into the Soviet post-modernist and Russian avant-garde art scene, turns his attention now to the recent and dangerous marriage of religion and digital media. In a talk based on his paper, Religion in the Age of Digital Reproduction, Groys
Kloklezen De leerlingen oefenen de digitale en wijzerklok tot 5 minuten nauwkeurig
De leerlingen oefenen de digitale en wijzerklok tot 5 minuten nauwkeurig
An Evening with Video Artist Bill Viola
Bill Viola dims the lights in MIT’s Room 10-250, and begins to talk of life, death and all that lies between, leaving the realm of classroom and entering a place of potential enlightenment. Weaving together his video art, personal anecdotes, poetry and other writings from religious traditions spanning the globe and the ages, V
MIT Alumni Leadership Conference 2010 – Alumni Association and Campaign Updates
Updates from the Alumni Association and Resource Development leadership.
MITERS End of Every Term Excellent Research Showcase
Virtues and Vices: Moralizing Prints in the Low Countries, 1550–1600
December 11, 2010 - February 27, 2011: This exhibition brings together a group of lively moralizing prints created between 1550 and 1600 in Antwerp and Haarlem, the two major print-publishing centers in the Low Countries. Both sobering and satirical, prints of this type were popular best-sellers, offering both moral instruction and visual delight to a newly expanded audience of educated Dutch and Flemish consumers.
LBR412 Fall 2010 Session 13
LBR412 Labor Law Session Thirteen 12/11/10 David Sackman
Managing Cultural Differences: A Tribal Internationalist
Thunderbird School of Global Management Professor Robert Moran, Ph.D., talks Dec. 9, 2010, about having a global mindset without losing one's national identity. The concept is covered in the new edition of his book, "Managing Cultural Differences." http://www.thunderbird.edu
Analysis of Functions of a Single Variable
I have written this book primarily for serious and talented mathematics scholars, seniors or first-year graduate students, who by the time they finish their schooling should have had the […]
TWC9: VS2010 SP1 Beta, , Native Extensions for Silverlight, EF Code First This week on Channel 9, Dan is joined by Clint Rutkas to discuss the week's top developer news, including:
This week on Channel 9, Dan is joined by Clint Rutkas to discuss the week's top developer news, including: