Two perspectives on slavery: A comparison of personal narratives
Students will read and analyze personal narratives written by two North Carolinians: Mary Norcott Bryan and William Henry Singleton. The authors’ lives share many parallels; both were born and grew up on plantations in New Bern during the 1830s and 1840s, both experienced the hardships of the Civil War, and both wrote their “recollections” in the early 20th century, looking back on their lives in North Carolina. However, Bryan was the white daughter of a wealthy slaveholder, while Singleto
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Personal Preparedness Planning For Public Health Workers
Public health workers need to understand and implement basic concepts of personal preparedness planning so that they can function effectively as public health emergency responders in a post-9/11 world. These basic preparedness strategies can be applied to meet a broad range of public health emergency response challenges, including - but not limited to - acts of terrorism. Personal Preparedness Planning provides a practical introduction to these concepts that is tailored to the needs of public he
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Personal Genetic Profiling -- Conversations in Public Health
David Hunter on Personal Genetic Profiling
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Discriminating Against Personal Health Behaviors: Can Insurers and Employers Do So?
Michelle Mello, Professor of Law and Public Health, on whether insurers and employers can discriminate against people on the basis of personal health behaviors
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Discriminating Against Personal Health Behaviors: Can Insurers and Employers Do So?
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What Is Personal Leadership Brand?
Interviews with management experts who zero in on key business ideas and how to implement them in organizations.
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The Personal (and Presidential) Side of Succession
Featured Guest: Marshall Goldsmith, author of "Succession: Are You Ready?" Copyright 2009 Harvard Business School Publishing
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Rwanda and the Great Lakes: A personal view from the Oxfam Archive
This podcast is the second part of a recording made on 25 August 2005 as part of the Oxfam Archive Oral History project and is an interview with Maurice Herson, he had many interesting and challenging times with Oxfam including in the Great Lakes crisis. This podcast is the second part of a recording made on 25 August 2005 as part of the Oxfam Archive Oral History project and is an interview with Maurice Herson, Editor of Forced Migration Review and previously Deputy Humanitarian Director and He
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Personal religion, tolerance, and universal compassion
Professor Dan Batson (University of Kansas) gives a talk for the Science and Religious Conflict Conference. The commentator is Dr Steve Clarke (Oxford).
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A personal perspective on open access publishing

Talk by Jonathan Eisen for the UC Davis CTSC Brown Bag Series. Kind of a rehashing of a talk I gave two years ago at U. Washington.

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From Personal Computers to Personal Information Environments (November 10, 2006)
devices, multiple, collaborate, display, desktop, mobile, personal, space, user, innovation, interfaces, information, synchronize, network, share, access, security, connection, opportunity, experience, efficient, transfer, communication, SEREFE, message,
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Adaptive Services for Personal Archiving (November 2, 2007)
Computer science, information technology, archive, digital storage, strategy, preservation, personal digital archiving, photos, documents, safekeeping, strategies, home computing environments, institution, best practices, policies
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13 - Personal identity, Part IV; What matters?
The personality theory is revised to state that the key to personal identity is having the same personality provided that there is no branching, that is, provided there is no transfer or duplication of the same personality from one body to another. Similar "no branching" requirements are added to the other theories as well. At the end of class, Professor Kagan suggests a shift from thinking about the survival of the soul in terms of "what does it take to survive?" to "what is it that matters in
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