The Labour leadership contest
In this podcast, Professor Philip Cowley, from the School of Politics and International Relations, discusses the announcement of former Prime Minister Tony Blair's decision to stand down as leader of the Labour Party and British Prime Minister on 27th June 2007. Professor Cowley discusses the reasons behind Tony Blair's announcement and the pressure he has faced from within his own party. Professor Cowley goes on to discuss why Gordon Brown succeeded Tony Blair uncontested and the potential pro
Episode 131: Developing against the Monitoring Alerts Autoscale and Metrics API | Windows Azure Clou In this episode Chris Risner and Nick Harris are joined by Stephen Siciliano, Sr Program Manager on Windows Azure. In this episode Stephen and Chris demonstrate the Windows Azure Monitoring Service API which provides operations to retrieve and configure monitoring metrics, alerts, and autoscale rules for your Windows Azure services.
In this episode Chris Risner and Nick Harris are joined by Stephen Siciliano, Sr Program Manager on Windows Azure. In this episode Stephen and Chris demonstrate the Windows Azure Monitoring Service API which provides operations to retrieve and configure monitoring metrics, alerts, and autoscale rules for your Windows Azure services.
Europe’s Mario Draghi Now Starring in Bernanke’s Show
Just as Professor Bernanke exits center stage at the end of Act I of the monetary comedy he created, the scene shifts to Frankfurt. The star of Act II is
European Central Bank (ECB) chief Mario Draghi. As we pick up the story, Mr. Draghi has been launching a defense against a phantom threat of deflation.
Meanwhile, our retired star is busy collecting top fees from appre
Just as Professor Bernanke exits center stage at the end of Act I of the monetary comedy he created, the scene shifts to Frankfurt. The star of Act II is European Central Bank (ECB) chief Mario Draghi. As we pick up the story, Mr. Draghi has been launching a defense against a phantom threat of deflation.
Meanwhile, our retired star is busy collecting top fees from appre
Women's Rights Curriculum
Specially put together for 8 March International Women's Day, this package of history and activities can be used year-round to inspire and inform.
In Conversation: Semiconductor
Featured in Black Box in 2008, Brighton-based duo Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt, a.k.a. Semiconductor, have returned to Washington. A Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship at the National Museum of Natural History allowed them to research volcanic activity. They discuss their current project, an installation based on their study of live volcanoes in the Galapagos Islands and Ecuador.
James T. Demetrion Lecture: Simon Schama on The Beast in Contemporary Art
If all figurative art approaches taxidermy in its crafty fixing of vitality, British contemporary artists have taken on board the conceit with striking compulsiveness. From Damien Hirst's sharks and sheep to Mark Wallinger's pedigree racehorses, sleekness and slaughter seem to be their thing. So what are they getting at and why should we care? Simon Schama, professor of art history and history at Columbia Univers
Meet the Artist: Yinka Shonibare MBE
During the opening week of the artist’s major midcareer survey at the National Museum of African Art (NMAfA), UK-based Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare visits the Hirshhorn to discuss his work with NMAfA curator Karen Milbourne. Like the Hirshhorn’s “The Age of Enlightenment—Antoine Lavoisier” (2008) on view in “Strange Bodies” until Nov. 15, much of Shonibare’s work poses questions about politic
Lecture: Donald Kuspit on Louise Bourgeois
Donald Kuspit, professor of art history and philosophy at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and contributing editor at Art Forum, discusses the tensions between the phallic and the womanly in Bourgeois's work and interprets the artist's understanding of the nature of the female body and the character of female selfhood.
In Conversation: The Current State of Sculpture
Join us for an extended conversation with four of the artists from The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas: Mark Handforth, Rachel Harrison, Charles Long, and Franz West. Moderated by exhibition curator Anne Ellegood and art historian and catalogue contributor Johanna Burton, the discussion offers an opportunity to hear from artists about how both the history of the medium and the nature of contemporary life impact their approach to making objects.
Exhibition walkthrough of Hiroshi Sugimoto
Hiroshi Sugimoto is celebrated for his multiple series of black-and-white photographs that explore the themes of time, memory, dreams, and the history of representation. The Hirshhorn and the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, have co-organized the first major survey of Sugimoto’s work. The artist is your guide on a tour of the exhibition at the Hirshhorn. Enhanced for users with color screen iPods.
11.948 The Politics of Reconstructing Iraq (MIT)
This course is being offered in conjunction with the colloquium The Politics of Reconstructing Iraq, which is sponsored by MIT’s Center for International Studies and Department of Urban Studies and Planning. Fundamentally, the course focuses on contemporary post-conflict countries (or in-conflict countries) and the role of planning and reconstruction in building nations, mitigating conflicts, reshaping the social, spatial, geopolitical, and political life, and determining the country&rsquo
Derived copy of Principles of Economics
Basic principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics organized to fit in with many tutorials and readings developed by the Professor.
BT Tower DP138262 BT Tower, 60 Cleveland Street, Camden, London. General view of tower, formerly The Post Office Tower.
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BT Tower, 60 Cleveland Street, Camden, London. General view of tower, formerly The Post Office Tower.
Duke Medicine maternal-fetal medicine
Learn more about the maternal-fetal medicine specialists at Duke Medicine.
Virtual Maths Data Handling - Light Meter tool
Light Meter simulation tool
Confidentiality and a successful outcome | The search for Marquette's 24th president
Hear from Dennis Barden, senior partner at Witt/Kieffer, Marquette University's national executive search firm partner, about the importance of confidentiality during the search for Marquette's 24th president.
Sea Voyage to Norway
The world's most beautiful sea voyage, with Hurtigruten, along the coastline of Norway from Bergen in west to Kirkenes in north! (07:55)
Promo - One Minute Catalan
Hello! My name is Anna and I'd like to welcome you to One Minute Catalan from the Radio Lingua Network. In this podcast I'm going to be teaching you the basics of Catalan. The great thing about this language course is that you'll be learning all you need to know in just 60 seconds - or thereabouts! Each one minute language lesson will equip you with just enough Catalan to help you get by in lots of situations, either on holiday, or on a business trip to a Catalan-speaking area, or just to impres
Tsunamis harbor an element of surprise: In the deep ocean, tsunami waves pass unnoticed beneath boats, yet they rise to dangerous heights near shore. How do tsunamis work? What was the worst tsunami in recorded history? How does a tsunami warning system work?