This Sporting Planet: global sport and global capitalism
Globalisation has seen sport achieve a hitherto unequalled global cultural significance, but it has also left it in thrall to capitalism. Will economic forces continue to shape sport? David Goldblatt is a writer, broadcaster and teacher. He is author of The Ball is Round: a global history of football.
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A Question of Sport
 Nigel Mayglothling

The brand new sports centre at the University's Sutton Bonington campus is now open.

The £2.4 million centre has facilities for squash and gym as well as an impressive new sports hall.

In this podcast, Assistant Direc
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Living Long and Well

Dr. Kerry Burnight shares recent research and information about living a proactive, productive life for longer than we imagined—and offers suggestions on interesting ways to do that.

Dr. Burnight is a Health Sciences Associate Clinical Professor at UC Irvine.


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1913?: Helen Miller Gould, Portrait
This image is a photographic portrait of Helen Gould, philanthropist and daughter of financier Jay Gould. She is wearing a daytime dress trimmed with lace and a pearl necklace. She is seated and holds a fan in her left hand. Her right arm is propped on a shelf or table draped with a cloth and her right hand is touching the side of her head.,Helen Gould, around 1913, the year of her marriage.
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Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage, Portrait 4
This image is a portrait of Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage. She is shown seated in a chair and wearing a full-length fur coat with satin bow, a hat with a jeweled clip, and a fur muff.,After her husband's death, "Olivia had the opportunity to give and she gave splendidly -- over $770 million in today's money." But her spending did not impoverish her. It was said that she owned twelve fur coats. Here she is pictured enjoying one of them. [Crocker, *Mrs. Russell Sage*, p. 316]
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1917-02-21: Kellas, Eliza, to Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage
This image is a typewritten letter from Eliza Kellas to Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage. The writer thanks Mrs. Sage for a donation to the Russell Sage College of Practical Arts and indicates that part of the money will be used to construct a new building.,Principal both of the new Russell Sage College of Practical Arts and of the Emma Willard School, Eliza Kellas finds a moment to write to the college's benefactor. She tells Olivia Sage about plans for expansion and for teaching "Secretarial Subjec
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1890?: Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage at the New-York Woman's Hospital
This image is a photograph of Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage sitting in a parlor at the New-York Woman's Hospital. Mrs. Sage is wearing a dark dress, a fur-trimmed coat, and a hat decorated with rosettes. Her hat is at a jaunty angle, but her expression is sad. She is seated by a table covered with an Oriental rug. There is another Oriental rug on the floor. Wooden chairs are at the edge of the room, arranged for a meeting. The room is decorated with vases of flowers, potted palms, and a marble bus
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1881-06-02: Sage, Margaret Olivia Slocum, to Edwin D. Morgan; 1881-04-04: Sage, Russell, to Edwin D.
This image is two documents: a handwritten letter from Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage to Edwin D. Morgan and a handwritten letter from Russell Sage to Edwin D. Morgan. Mrs. Sage asks Gov. Morgan for more coal for the New-York Woman's Hospital. Mr. Sage introduces a business acquaintance to Gov. Morgan.,Having married one of the wealthiest men in the United States, financial right-hand man to Jay Gould, in 1869 Olivia Sage might have opted for a life of luxury and leisure. But “leisure-class” wo
Author(s): Sage, Margaret Olivia Slocum; Sage, Russell

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Provost's Circle Slideshow
In late January members of the Provost's Circle, along with leading UCL academics, gathered at the university for a celebration of their philanthropy. The Provost's Circle is made up of individuals who make a significant annual investment in the university. The event, which is hosted by UCL's President and Provost Professor Malcolm Grant, recognises those who contribute by showing how their gifts shape the university's future.
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Coping with Stress I - Episode 3 of Restoring Balance and Reducing Stress: Living Gospel Priorities
For many of us finding life balance and reducing stress is a life quest that seems quite elusive. As Christians we are encouraged to apply best practices that can help us with this fundamental need. But we are also called to a deeper meaning to achieve life harmony. By incorporating Gospel priorities into this program, we will explore core beliefs and practices that will rejuvenate our sense of peace. Moderator: Daniel G. Groody`86, C.S.C. Associate Professor of Theology and the Director of the
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Tariq Ramadan - The quest for meaning and pluralism
Tariq Ramadan, an Islamic scholar known for drawing thousands of people to events, filled a theatre and overflow room at SFU's Segal Graduate School of Business for his February 3rd talk.
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Authors@Google: Mark Frauenfelder
Mark Frauenfelder spoke for Googlers in Santa Monica on January 18, 2011. He spoke about his book "Made by Hand: Searching for Meaning in a Throwaway World."
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Tweedehandsboeken in een klik
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Allerhande tweedehandsboeken waaronder ook recente educatieve kinderboeken (er is een aparte rubriek "zoeken in schoolboeken").

Neem eens een kijkje, koop eventueel iets, zet je eigen boeken online ter beschikking van anderen.


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Kean Administration: Interview with Roger A. Bodman (January 27, 2009 Part 1)
Please find the second part of this interview at: This interview is a part of the Eagleton Institute for Politics's Program on the Governor. For more information please visit their website: http://governors.rutgers.edu/
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This video shows examples of the different three dimensional geometric solids including spheres, cubes, rectangular prisms, pyramids, cones, and cylinders. (1:04)

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Savant skills – exceptional talents in a specific area – pose a particular puzzle for attempts to map the autistic spectrum. They may occur with Asperger's syndrome, as with the early mathematical skills of Asperger's astronomer, but, as noted in Section 2, they also occur with classic autism. No diagnostic subgroup has been proposed for people with such skills, possibly because they are very rare and ‘cross-cut’ other
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Gloob : Duurzame ontwikkeling voor de basisschool
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Gloob-fanfare brengt op een crossmediale wijze duurzame ontwikkeling tot in de school. Met behulp van kortfilmpjes, een volledig uitgewerkt lessenpakket (met leerkrachtenhandleiding en werkblaadjes), met Toyinima van Ketnet, ... komt de klas in …


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