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In Conversation Larry Kramer and Jonathan Katz
In commemoration of World AIDS Day, the Brooklyn Museum presented a conversation with Larry Kramer, author of Broadway hit The Normal Heart, and Jonathan Katz, co-curator of HIDE/SEEK: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture. Kramer and Katz discussed the play, a response to the AIDS epidemic of the 1980s, and how the issues that faced the gay community then continue to be relevant today. This event took place at the Brooklyn Museum Thursday, December 1, 2011. Thursdays @ 7 is a series of
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Festival of Britain, South Bank, Lambeth, London. A woman seated on a deck chair in front of the Homes and Gardens pavilion at the South Bank Exhibition during the Festival of Britain. Photographed in 1951 by M W Parry.
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Silk Road || Cultural Navigation || Radcliffe Institute
A panel discussion with members of the Silk Road Ensemble: Cristina Pato (bagpipe), Sandeep Das (tabla), Joseph Gramley (percussion), and Hadi Eldebek (oud and percussion). Moderated by Steve Seidel, Faculty Director, Arts in Education Program, Harvard Graduate School of Education. Introduced by John Huth, Donner Professor of Science, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and Faculty Codirector of the Science Program, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University.
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3.1 Theorising situations

This unit explores the processes through which we comprehend the world around us. When it comes to understanding and explaining the way that social life operates, social scientists draw from a conceptual tool kit, just as we possess a conceptual tool kit for watching a movie or as a spectator at any sports event. There are times when all human beings feel that something appears to be plausible or appears to be false and we are quite aware that others would disagree with our own point of view.
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2.1 Introduction

In this section, we explore how experiences of being an older person in the nineteenth century were constituted through the operation of the 1834 New Poor Law Act and the processes of industrial change that ran parallel to it. We examine the way this constructed the lives of older people as ‘other’ to the emergent ‘normal’ (adult, relatively youthful, male paid worker) and trace its legacy to reveal points of continuity and change.


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1.1.8 Surgical removal of tattoos

The final data set in this section is different from the others in that the data are not numerical. So far you have only seen numerical data in the form of measurements or counts. However, there is no reason why data should not be verbal or textual. Table 7 contains clinical data from
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1 Topological spaces and homeomorphism

Two topological spaces (X, TX) and (Y, TY) are homeomorphic if there is a bijection f : XY that is continuous, and whose inverse f−1 is also continuous, with respect to the given topologies; such a function f is called a homeomorphism. The relation ‘is homeomorphic to’ between topological spaces is the most fundamental relation in topology, because two topological spaces that are homeomo
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Learning outcomes

After studying this course, you should be able to:

  • identify those aspects of Delacroix’s art that qualify it as ‘Romantic’

  • understand the interplay between classicism and Romanticism in Delacroix’s art

  • appreciate the nature of Delacroix’s fascination with the Oriental and the exotic even before he visited Morocco.


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2.6 Mathematical communication

When you looked at the title of this reading, did you experience unease? Most people shudder at the thought of dealing with anything mathematical, remembering the torturous lessons at school trying to grapple with calculus, statistics and logic. Yet most of us use mathematical communicatio
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4.4 The Council of the European Union

The Council represents the interests of the individual member states and is seen as the legislative arm of the EU. It is composed of active representatives of the governments of the member states. Usually, these representatives are the departmental or junior ministers responsible for the matters under consideration at a specific Council meeting. This means that the Council itself, unlike the Commission, has no stable membership. Its membership varies depending upon the issues tabled for discu
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1.1 Introduction

Historically, one of the most significant changes over the past hundred years has been the move away from large families living and remaining in one community to smaller family units that are required, through the economic necessity of employment opportunities, to be as mobile as possible. Extended family networks are often weaker: in many instances parents are unable to call on the support of children's grandparents, aunts and uncles, and for some people parenting can be a very isolating and
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3.2 Clips 4 to 5

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In this clip, we hear about the problems faced by those in the private rented sector, and find out about EAGA.

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"The Next Great Clash" (video)
levin coverA talk by Michael Levin. In The Next Great Clash, Michael Levin presents evidence of a global political order on the verge of a historic power shift from West to East. A reemerging China is the only nation with the latent capacity to challenge American hegemony, and Levin demonstrates that such challenges to the status quo usually lead to war. From the World Beyo
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‘Zero-tasking’ with a Tall Latte: Unmasking the Art of ‘Spin’
So much spin pervades modern communication that it can be hard to spot when we’re being linguistically conned. To decipher it, two 'National Lampoon' staffers wrote 'Spinglish: The Definitive Dictionary of Deliberately Deceptive Language.'
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The Graeco-Roman city of Paestum
What can archaeological remains tell us about early cities and the people who lived in them? This album examines the important remains of one city, Poseidonia in Italy, founded towards the end of the 7th century BCE by colonists from the Greek city of Sybaris. Although only twenty-five per cent of the site has been excavated to date, much of its history and culture can be traced through its buildings, inscriptions, and decoration. After it became a colony of Rome in 273 BCE, it became known a
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Mean, Median, and Mode Song – Learn Statistics – Learning Upgrade
Mean, median, and mode with music from Math Upgrade. (01:32)
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Beginner - Fast service

If someone asks you for directions, you will need to know how to say Straight Ahead at least. The phrase that is used for that is also used to mean other things depending on the context. Tune in to learn some useful Arabic today!


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1.3.3 Ineffability

Most people who speak of their near-death experience say they have great difficulty putting it into words because, as one person put it, ‘There is no feeling you experience in normal life that is anything like this’.


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5 - conclusion (audio)

Des formes pour vivre l’environnement

Théorie, expérience, esthétique et critique politique

Des formes pour vivre l'environnement. Théorie, expérience, esthétique et critique politique. La question environnementale est aujourd'hui centrale aussi bien dans les discours politiques, que les travaux scientifiques et le vécu ordinaire. Malgré
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