Introduction to the Traditional Southern Chinese New Year Lion Dance
Introduction to the Traditional Southern Chinese New Year Lion Dance. Part of the series: How to Do the Chinese Lion Dance. Get an introduction to the traditional Southern style Chinese New Year Lion Dance in this free instructional dance video. This short clip is just the first in a series that needs to be viewed to gain an understanding of this dance and how it is done. There are several parts. Teachers may want to select those that are most appropriate for what they are teaching. If you let t
Barbara Anne "Niki" Rysdale '40: A Pioneering Woman Architect
She attended the University of Arizona when Old Main was the biggest building on campus. She pledged Delta Gamma, married the football quarterback and studied engineering. During World War II, she repaired bombers for the Navy and then went on to become the only woman architect of her day in the state of Arizona. At age 90, Barbara Anne "Niki" Rysdale is still going strong.
Rescued by Righteous Among the Nations: Regina (Rotenberg) Wolbrom's testimony
In September 1942 Tena and Moszek Rotenberg, Jewish refugees from Germany, asked Father Celis to save their four children. The children's parents were deported shortly after, but Father Celis kept his promise and with the help his family and other rescuers sheltered Regina and her siblings. In May 1944 Regina was denounced and arrested. She was deported to Auschwitz, but survived. After liberation she returned to Belgium where she was reunited with her siblings, and later emigrated to the USA.
Why Books?: Session 2: Circulation And Transmission
Isabel Hofmeyr (University of the Witwatersrand) and Meredith L. McGill (State University of New Jersey), moderated by David D. Hall (Harvard Divinity School) View more videos from the conference: -Welcome Remarks and Opening Conversation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sa_EQhKCa4A -Session 1: "Storage and Retrieval": http://www.youtube.com/user/Harvard#p/u/2/os8No9XHjh8 -Session 3: "Reception and Use" and Closing Remarks: http://www.youtube.com/user/Harvard#p/u/0/hpFCFNFPzvA
Why Books?: Session 3: Reception And Use and Closing Remarks
Paul Duguid (University of California at Berkeley School of Information) and Elizabeth Long (Rice University), moderated by Homi K. Bhabha RI '05 (Harvard University); Closing Remarks and Discussion with Peter Stallybrass (University of Pennsylvania), discussant Charles E. Rosenberg (Harvard University) View more videos from the conference: -Welcome Remarks and Opening Conversation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sa_EQhKCa4A -Session 1: "Storage and Retrieval": http://www.youtube.com/user/Harva
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Research round-up: Highlights from London Business School Anti-bullfighting protest in Mexico Authors@Google: Alex Ross A shining year for gold The Daily's Double Shot: 12/17/2010 MSUToday InStudio: Engineering (Part 3) Infrastructure development will be India’s next economic wave Politics in 2011
As the financial and economic agenda moves from crisis to recovery, four of our faculty members (Nader Tavassoli, Kamalini Ramdas, Richard Portes and Michael Jacobides) offer their insights on what lies ahead for 2011
Mexican animal rights activists coat their bodies in fake blood to protest bullfighting. Katharine Jackson reports.
Alex Ross spoke to Googlers in Mountain View about his book Listen To This on October 15, 2010. About Listen To This: "Alex Ross's award-winning international bestseller,The Rest Is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century, has become a contemporary classic, establishing Ross as one of our most popular and acclaimed cultural historians. Listen to This, which takes its title from a beloved 2004 essay in which Ross describes his late-blooming discovery of pop music, showcases the best of his wr
The gold price has hit several all-time highs during 2010, as investors worried about economic recovery or the euro zone debt crisis, and it's expect to climb further in 2011.
This finals week episode features highlight clips from the fall 2010 season of shows. The shows included features on campus outreach programs, student activities (including a rousing game of zombie tag) and profiles of stand-out students who are proud to be Huskies.
MSUToday host Jim Peck talks with College of Engineering Dean Satish Udpa about what Michigan State University engineering students, faculty and staff are doing to make a difference in the world, from picking up marine debris along the shoreline, monitoring water quality with robotic fish, and more.
Infrastructure development will drive India’s economic growth in the next decade. That’s according to Kamal Nath, the country’s Road Transport and Highways Minister.
The second in our two-part series on the year ahead examines China's rise, America's gridlock, social unrest and the fun of 2011
Anti-bullfighting protest in Mexico
Authors@Google: Alex Ross
A shining year for gold
The Daily's Double Shot: 12/17/2010
MSUToday InStudio: Engineering (Part 3)
Infrastructure development will be India’s next economic wave
Politics in 2011