Cry Witch, Part One
Take a seat at the trial of Grace Sherwood, the "Virginia Witch."
An Economists View of Web Science
An Economists View of Web Science - Robin Mason Keywords:Web science
Scandinavian Exceptionalism: Five Dangers Ahead
Nils Christie of the Institute of Criminology at the University of Oslo presented the 5th Roger Hood Annual Public Lecture entitled, 'Scandinavian Exceptionalism: Five Dangers Ahead'
He's got the whole world in his hands: US History and its discontents in the Obama Era
Robin Kelley's inaugral lecture comments on the absence of discussion about race as connected to Barak Obama's presidency, particularly in light of American history and politics.
Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: volume 2 - Republished with large additions by John Throsby
The second volume covers the city of Nottingham, Sherwood forest, and the parishes of Broxtowe hundred.
The Ethics of Human Enhancement
Prof. Robin Gill : Seminar
Governance, Funding, Reform and Quality Assurance: policy frameworks for English primary education
On February 29th the Cambridge based Primary Review, which is supported by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and directed by Professor Robin Alexander, published its four most recent interim reports. The review has commissioned thirty research surveys to be used as evidence and these four reports surveyed more than 200 sources whilst focusing on three from the ten Primary Review themes: Curriculum and Assessment Quality and Standards Funding and Governance
The Cambridge Primary Review
The Cambridge Primary Review is the most comprehensive enquiry into English primary education for 40 years. The final report and recommendations of the Cambridge Primary Review have now been published in a book entitled "Children, their World, their Education". The publication is edited by Professor Robin Alexander.
2007.11.07 - OS X 10.5 (Video)
Mac OS 10.5: Many changes are "below the hood" - nice for administrators and general usage. Apple Systems Engineer, Dan Sinema discusses OS X Leopard.
2007.11.07 - OS X 10.5 (Audio)
Mac OS 10.5: Many changes are "below the hood" - nice for administrators and general usage. Apple Systems Engineer, Dan Sinema, discusses OS X Leopard.
Alabama Polytechnic Institute Varsity Football Team, 1904
This image is a black and white photograph of the 1904 Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn University) varsity football team. The postcard has the names of players Street, Moon, Foy, Little Pat, Runt Perkins, Josiah Hournoy(?), Lacy, Rendler, and Donahue written on it, but the names are not tied to the places of the players in the photograph. Anyone with additional information is urged to contact the Auburn University Libraries Cataloging Dept. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pottery With a Past
Stoneware held a place in every household. Curators Janine Skerry and Suzanne Hood describe the innumerable forms.
22 The Choice: depressed or dependent?
22th Maudsley Debate Supporting the motion: Dr David Healy and Mr Charles Medawar Opposing the motion: Dr Veronica O'Keane and Professor Lewis Wolpert Chair: Professor Robin M Murray
Lessons From China: The Evolution of The Globe's Largest Search Engine - Robin Li (Baidu)
Robin Li, CEO of Baidu, speaks in detail about the launch and growth of the company and the search engine. He discusses how its intimate understanding of Chinese language and culture - and a unique social approach to search - have allowed it to succeed where many North American search giants have faltered.
Brain Science: the magic bullet that can help marketing hit the target better
Robin Wight of WCRS and The Engine Group investigates how developments in brain scan research provides new insights that could lead to dramatic increases in marketing performance.
Lecture 12 - Sherwood Anderson & Carl Sandburg
ENG 351: Survey of American Literature II - Lecture Videos - Lecture 12 - Sherwood Anderson & Carl Sandburg - Missouri State University > COMPLETE COURSES > ENG 351: Survey of American Literature II > Lecture Videos > Lecture 12 - Sherwood Anderson & Carl Sandburg
Mark Ratliff, Princeton University: Collaboration Tools at Princeton
Lunch 'n Learn presentation: New forms of electronic collaboration promise to ease the sharing of information and ideas. These technologies reduce the barriers to participation and increase the efficiency with which information can be produced and exchanged. The University is now making available a new set of collaboration tools. This talk will introduce three of these tools and discuss their primary features, most appropriate uses, and how to begin working with each. Mark Ratliff, Princeton's
Diminishing Conflict Series (2008) Introduction
This episode of Diminishing Conflict Series: Introduction by Robin Jeffrey
This episode of Diminishing Conflict Series: Punjab by Robin Jeffrey
Roberts (and Hanson) on Truth and Economics
EconTalk host Russ Roberts talks about the role of empirical evidence and bias in economics and why economists disagree. Roberts talks about how his interviews with various economists at EconTalk have forced him to reassess the role of empirical evidence in various debates in economics and economic policy. Roberts is joined by Robin Hanson of George Mason University for counterpoint and therapeutic advice for those uneasy about the scientific or non-scientific nature of economics.