Diagnosing intolerance: knowledge practices in postsocialist Europe
Dace Dzenovska (COMPAS, University of Oxford) focuses on the political, economic and cultural community of Latvia to investigate the public recognition of intolerance in Europe. An Anthropology departmental seminar from 25 October 2013.
Power Cloths of the Commonwealth
RMIT Gallery's successful exhibition Power Cloths of the Commonwealth, was Australia's only cultural representation at the XIX Commonwealth Games in Delhi. Held from 25 September to 20 October 2010, the successful exhibition showcased key historical and contemporary works from around the Commonwealth, many of which have not been previously on public display. Power Cloths of the Commonwealth was opened by the Hon. Speaker of the Lok Sabha (Parliament) Shrimati Meira Kumar on 26 September 2010 at
Deborah Sabet, Otis '05
Building on their creativity, commitment, connections, and professional skills, these alumni launched careers in art and design..
Novembre Médipôle - L'incontinence urinaire de la femme (Vidéo) Rencontres du Médipôle de Gentilly 2013 : urologie –
néphrologie. Intervenant : Jean Paul MAIRE Résumé du programme:
Prise en charge de la colique néphrétique par : • l'urgentist
Rencontres du Médipôle de Gentilly 2013 : urologie – néphrologie.
Intervenant : Jean Paul MAIRE
Résumé du programme:
- Prise en charge de la colique néphrétique par :
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Listen: Vanderbilt center seeks to inform policy debate
Vanderbilt’s Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions has a strong community outreach component that seeks to help citizens understand contemporary public policy issues and debates. Political scientists John Geer and David Lewis are among the four co-directors of the center that is housed within the Department of Political Science.
Ralph Lauren goes '4D'
As Ralph Lauren shares are lifted by forecast-beating second quarter results, the luxury clothing brand looks to the future with its latest marketing campaign.
This course, offered by Professor David Solomon, is an introduction to biomedical ethics. The first part of the course provides an introduction to basic ethical theory, which is intended to serve as a background aid for thinking through the particular issues discussed in the remainder of the course. Specific topics to be discussed include confidentiality and truth-telling in the doctor/patient relationship, medical experimentation and informed consent, abortion, treatment decisions for seriously
TouchStone Assessment Management System - Launch Event
To celebrate the launch of TouchStone as the centrally supported e-assessment tool at the University of Nottingham, a launch event took place on Wednesday 3rd November. This video is of Simon Wilkinson, lead developer, giving an overview of TouchStone and exploring new developments and features suitable for wider University adoption (such as LaTeX support, invigilator support, foreign language support and randomised questions). Introduction is by Andy Beggan, Head of Learning Technology at the U
Meet Author John J. Siegfried
On Tuesday, September 14th author John J. Siegfried discussed his book Better Living Through Economics. A compilation of twelve case studies written by top economists, Better Living Through Economics highlights research that has improved economic and social conditions over the past half century. Edited by John Siegfried, professor of Economics at Vanderbilt University and SecretaryâTreasurer of the American Economic Association.
A Bird's-Eye View, studying forests from above
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Spartan Sagas: Joyce French Rogers
Alumna Joyce French Rogers loves everything about MSU's College of Nursing. The most memorable thing she did at MSU was travel to England to study about the history of nursing and English nurse Florence Nightingale. After graduation, she interned at Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rapids. She's retired but now does research involving caregivers and people with dementia. "They saw to it that we saw the whole original history of nursing. And MSU did that as much as they could-real, live experienc
Freedom and Agency
Is freedom part of human nature? And how can freedom be both a human power and a human right? Patrick Haggard is a professor at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and in the Department of Psychology, UCL. Amber Jacobs is a lecturer in the Department of Psychosocial Studies at Birkbeck, University of London. Thomas Pink is a professor of philosophy at King's College London.
Student Profile: Ebenezer Owusu-Abbo - MSc Public Health Promotion
Ebenezer talks about his time here at Leeds Metropolitan University studying MSc Public Health Promotion within our Health and Social Sciences Faculty.
Lesson #072, Tuesday potere = to be able to It also translate as 'can' or 'may.' io posso = I am able to, I can tu puoi = you are able to, you can (informal) Lei puo' = you are able to, you can (formal) lui/lei = he/she are able to, he/she can noi possiamo = we are able to, we can voi potete = you are able to, you can (plural) loro possono = they are able to, they can La donna puo' venire. = The woman can come. Possiamo andare dopo cena. = We can go a
potere = to be able to It also translate as 'can' or 'may.'
io posso = I am able to, I can
tu puoi = you are able to, you can (informal)
Lei puo' = you are able to, you can (formal)
lui/lei = he/she are able to, he/she can
noi possiamo = we are able to, we can
voi potete = you are able to, you can (plural)
loro possono = they are able to, they can
La donna puo' venire. = The woman can come.
Possiamo andare dopo cena. = We can go a
Courthouse, Evansville, Indiana
Completed in 1890, this Neo-Baroque structure was designed by Louisville architect Henry Wolters and built by Charles Pearce and Company of Indianapolis. When county government offices moved to the Civic Center Complex in 1969, this gem became a multi-use community facility.,Vanderburgh County Journey
The Meanings of Timbuktu
This volume authored by leading international scholars begin s to sketch the meaning of Timbuktu within the context of the intellectual history of West Africa in particular and of the African continent in general The book covers four broad areas Part I provides an introduction to the region outlines what archaeology can tell us of its history examines the paper and various calligraphic styles used in the manuscripts and explains how ancient institutions of scholarship functioned Part II begins t
Putting the 'S' into Laughter
World famous South African artist William Kentridge spoke at UCT Gordon Institute for Performing and Creative Arts GIPCA Great Texts Big Questions public lecture on Thursday 8 April He gave a lecture titled Putting the Sinto Laughter looking at Gogol short story The Nose His recent production of Shostakovich opera The Nose premiered at the Metropolitan Opera in New York earlier this month to rave reviews. Kentridge began working on the opera three years earlier producing etchings drawings small
Climate change and health in the SADC Region
The draft review examines the link between climate change and health with special reference to the Southern African region SADC countries It attempts to set the scene for determining pertinent research priorities in the region to contribute to knowledge on the one hand and for identification implementation and evaluation of adaptation interventions that are likely to be appropriate and effective in the region This review has been conducted by Strategic Evaluation Advisory and Development Consult