PDQ Bach Speaks (Peter Schickele)
Host Marcia Alvar speaks with Professor Peter Schickele, Professor of Music at the University of Southern North Dakota at Hoople, and composer. Professor Schickele, one of the great satirists of the 20th Century, best known as the perpetrator, er, discoverer of the oeuvre of that most classic of all composers, PDQ Bach. Although unknown before Professor Schickele's work of musical anthropology, J. S. Bach's last son, PDQ is now famous for such works as the 1712 Overture; Oedipus Tex; Bob and Ted
I Can Still Cry: Emotions on the Page, on Stage and in Life (Ossie Davis)
Host Al Page speaks with Ossie Davis, actor, writer and Guest Lecturer at the University of Washington. Mr. Davis explores the differences in writing and acting emotions, the need for discipline, training and appropriate response. He discusses the expression of Black American culture, Harlem and a need for cultural institutions.
Research In Action: Part 2
Episode two of Research in Action focuses on gaming, effects of incarceration on families, and the cultivation of coffee in Puerto Rico. To kick off the program, Director Wanda Gregory talks about her work at the Center for Serious Play which focuses on the creative, innovative and entrepreneurial aspects of the gaming industry. Assistant Professor Cheryl Cooke's research focuses on the physical and mental health issues facing women whose husbands have been incarcerated. Professor Martha Groom c
Démocraties : risques de dérives (suite : discussion) (audio) Séminaire dispensé par Dominique Schnapper Organisé en collaboration avec le labex Tepsis et le concours de l'Institut CDC pour la Recherche
Séminaire dispensé par Dominique Schnapper
Organisé en collaboration avec le labex Tepsis et le concours de l'Institut CDC pour la Recherche
Creating Your Own Slideshows
The Slide Show feature gives you complete control: Add captions or other text in any style; add narration or audio; decide how long you want the slides to display.
8.3 Problems for Locke's View of Personal Identity
Part 8.3. Criticisms of Locke's view of personal identity; if personal identity is dependent on memory then how does forgetting personal history and the concept of false memory change Locke's view of personal identity.
CoMotion Dance Theater Fall 2010 Recital
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege Enjoy watching the video of our Fall 2010 Dance Concert held at the Clearwater Arts Auditorium in November. CoMotion Dance Theater is the resident dance company at St. Petersburg College and is locally recognized for their professional quality performances. Established in 1985, CoMotion is under the co-direction of Nancy Feagans-Smith and Cynthia Hennessy. The dance company gives two on-campus and five to six off-campus dance concerts per year. S
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Is an Eclipse Described in Homer's Odyssey? – November 30, 2009
Plutarch and Heraclitus believed that a certain passage in the 20th book of The Odyssey (“Theoclymenus’s prophecy”) was a poetic description of a total solar eclipse. In the late 1920s Schoch and Neugebauer computed that the solar eclipse of 16 April 1178 B.C.E. was total over the Ionian Islands and was the only suitable eclipse in more than a century to agree with classical estimates of the decade-earlier sack of Troy around 1192–1184 B.C.E. However, much skepticism remains about whethe
Listen: Osher Lifelong Learning spring term set
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Vanderbilt offers spring classes for the community beginning March 15. The non-credit classes are geared toward older adults who want lectures and discussions in a relaxed and informal environment.
Lecture 29 - 12/1/2010
Discussing Entrepreneurial and Innovation Strategy Curriculum
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Law, Disorder, and Philadelphia's Police Advisory Board
Dr. Nicole Maurantonio's talk explores the ways in which news discourse surrounding the 1964 riots in Philadelphia ultimately led to the undermining of the city's precedent-setting Police Advisory Board. She argues that the unintentional effect of local print coverage of the riots was to provide a language of police paralysis that provided fodder for law and order advocates throughout the city. For more information on Dr. Maurantonio visit http://rhetoric.richmond.edu/faculty/nmaurant/
Mid-Atlantic Regional Ethics Bowl Semi-Final UNC vs. UMBC
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County teams compete during the semi-final round of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Ethics Bowl Competition at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. November 20, 2010
James Hansen on Human-Made Climate Change
Dr. James Hansen of the NASA Goddard Institute delivers a lecture on Human-Made Climate Change: A Moral, Political, and Legal Issue.
Bruton Parish Churchyard
Individuals of all classes rest in the peace of the Bruton Parish graveyard. Church guide Anne Conkling describes one of America's oldest cemeteries.
Breast Cancer Awareness
Reginald Thompson - Breast Cancer Awareness
Stop the trend cancer
Jabreya Jones ELA 8TH GRADER
Introduction (Six Steps to Soccer Success - 1)
Part of a six-part series on foundational soccer skills. This is the introduction to an excellent system for improving your soccer skills either as a player or as a coach of your team or your children. Run time 06:39.
The Global Impact of the Ulm School Of Design
Dr Malte Wagenfeld, Head of Industrial Design at RMIT, talks about the social focus, thinking and impact of the Ulm School and German design in the 60 to early 80s as part of the exhibition "Ulm School of Design' at RMIT Gallery 1-30 August 2014.