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Berkeley Writers at Work: Elaine Kim
Berkeley Writers at Work: Asian American literary figure Elaine Kim
Elaine Kim, UC Berkeley professor of Asian American Studies in the Department of Ethnic Studies , will read from her work, be interviewed about her writing process, and answer questions from the audience for the Writers at Work series. Kim has been an important figure in Asian American literature and culture for over three decades and has won numerous awards. She writes on a wide range of subjects, among them identity in Asia
9th Annual International Health Conference: War, Poverty and Population
The Relationship between Population Growth and Poverty
Robert Engelman, Vice President for Programs, Worldwatch Institute, Washington DC.
Numbers: Mind the Gap
Theogene Rudasingwa,, Former Rwandan Ambassador to the United States.
The Return of the Population Factor
Martha Campbell,, Co-founder of the Center for Entrepreneurship in International Health and Development (CEIHD), UC Berkeley School of Public Health.
Why Does Peace Break Out?
Malcolm Potts, Bixby Professor of Population and Family
Memory, Inequality and Power: Palestine and the Universality of Human Rights
Said, author of the groundbreaking work "Orientalism" and a professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, was one of the most prominent literary and cultural critics in the United States. His writings about the Middle East and its relationship to the West have had a major influence on both scholarship and public opinion.
This event took place on February 19, 2003 in Zellerbach Auditorium.
Ioannis Ioannou: are markets able to evaluate sustainable business models?
Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Ioannis Ioannou, shares his key take-aways from the panel "Investing in a fairer future: the role of capital markets in creating a sustainable economy" at the Global Leadership Summit 2013.
All change - crisis as opportunity
As the worst recession in recent history takes root worldwide, managers are doing what they always do in tough times: first they start worrying, and then they start cutting costs. This is a natural response to try and balance the books when revenues have started to dry up and credit is hard to come by, but cutting costs involves only half the equation and ignores a more strategic response that could cause less pain in the short run, and result in more gain in the long run. Namely: to use the opp
Tutor view: Mark Rogers
Mark is a tutor at Harris Manchester College, in this interview he talks about the application process and his experiences at the college.
Research Strategies 2011 - Lecture 6
How 'reading between the lines' can transform social research - Professor Jock McCulloch
Research in the School of Global Studies, Social Science and Planning ( http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=0bliob8d0qbtz )
Is Oxford for me?
In the first episode, Mike talks to Emma and Sinead, who work in the University's Access team. They talk about work, their experiences as students and how they chose their university. Sinead has first-hand experience of Oxford, while Emma studied elsewhere.
TGV-UK: An idea whose time has come?
Professor Sir Peter Hall (UCL) talks on 'TGV-UK: An idea whose time has come?' as part of the OxTran Seminar Series at the Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford in 2009.
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