Postcolonial futures: the Caribbean in dialogue
Dr Kevon Rhiney, Commonwealth Fellow and lecturer (Department of Geography and Geology, University of the West Indies) considers contemporary social and economic development in Jamaica, in the light of environmental vulnerability and climate change. This series of podcasts explores the contemporary Caribbean today, addressing the region's role as a crucible of modernity from pre-Columbian times, through the eras of mercantilism, slavery and colonialism to today's position of at once both global
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Functions and their graphs - Foundations of Pure Mathematics - Dr Joel Feinstein
The thirteenth lecture in Dr Joel Feinstein's G11FPM Foundations of Pure Mathematics module covers Informal definition of function, along with associated notation and terminology, including domain, codomain, argument, value, and notation. Definition of the graph of a function, with notation and examples. Formal definition of function (Bourbaki approach). These videos are also available for download on iTunes U at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/itunes-u/foundations-pure-mathematics/id950755120 D
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Photography 130 panel discussion
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In this section, you will: Identify power functions. Identify end behavior of power functions. Identify polynomial functions. Identify the […]

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Knox Motors-MOT Testing Station in Reigate, Surrey
By: knoxmotors Putting your car in for an MOT can be stressful to you. Book with MOT Reigate specialists at Knox Motors online, avail 20% off & get your car in safe hands.
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3ème Printemps de l'Oncogériatrie - Cancer du Poumon (Vidéo)

Titre : 3ème Printemps de l'Oncogériatrie - Cancer du Poumon

intervenant : Dr Christelle CLEMENT-DUCHESNE, Pneumologie, CHU de Nancy

Programme de la journée

8h30 - 9h00 : Accueil

9h00 – 10h00 : Session plénière
Modérateurs : Pr Christine PERRET-GUILLAUME/ Dr Jean-Yves NIEMIER/ Dr Hubert ROUSSELOT
•9h00-9h10 Introduction et objectifs de la journée, Pr Christine PERRET-GUILLAUME/ ...
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Winyo: Benga & Traditional Music from Kenya
Winyo performs traditional Luo songs infused with witty storylines, Afro fusion, Afro jazz, and Benga (a mix of contemporary music with traditional Kenyan Luo music in which the guitar is played to mimic a Luo eight-string lyre called a nyatiti). Winyo sings in Dholuo, Swahili and English. Speaker Biography: Born Shiphton Onyango, Winyo adopted the artistic name "Winyo," which is a Luo word for "bird." The Luo are a tribe from the Lake Victoria region of Western Kenya. He says that he derives
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The post-crisis politics of financial reform: business as usual or new global order?
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The Economist asks: How will worries over technology shape our digital future?
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Money talks: How to bounce back from Brexit
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Liberty`s Kids: "The Intolerable Acts"
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Art and life in ancient Egypt
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International Political Economy Debate - Part Two
A Politics and International Studies department debate on IPE with Mark Blyth, Shirin M Rai, Dr Matthew Watson and Dr Jeffrey Chwieroth.
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The wobbly beam of the Vela pulsar
At the center of the Vela supernova remnant is a madly spinning neutron star. It spins *11 times per second*, which helps it whip up a magnetic field so fierce it can actually defy the gravity of the star, which is a billion times stronger than Earth's! All of this help it generate two beams of matter and energy that blast away from its poles. Recent observations of this beam show that it appears to be wobbly, making a corkscrew motion over a period of 120 days. This movie is made from 8 images
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The post-crisis banking sector
The Global Head of Banking Research at Credit Suisse, Giles Keating discusses how the banking environment is different post-crisis, and what the implications are for investors.

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The separating out of a special day or time in the week runs in parallel with the marking out of a space that is set aside for worship, ritual and communal activity (material dimension). The place where a religious community gathers speaks powerfully about the convictions shared by its members.

This is nowhere more evident than in the Author(s): The Open University