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  • 1:36:44 Measuring Scholarly Impact: The Influence of 'Altmetrics'

    Measuring Scholarly Impact: The Influence of 'Altmetrics'

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    "Measuring Scholarly Impact: The Influence of 'Altmetrics' on a Changing Conversation" is part of the Research Without Borders speaker series at Columbia University. "Altmetrics" refers to methods of measuring scholarly impact using Web-based social media

  • 59:08 China/Europe: Politics of Economic Change, Part 1

    China/Europe: Politics of Economic Change, Part 1

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    China/Europe: Politics of Economic Change, Part 1December 6, 2012Speaker: R. Bin Wong, Professor of History, UCLACo-sponsored by the Blinken European Institute and the Weatherhead East Asian Institute

  • 1:04:21 China/Europe: Politics of Economic Change, Part 2

    China/Europe: Politics of Economic Change, Part 2

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    China/Europe: Politics of Economic Change, Part 2December 6, 2012Panelists:Richard Bulliet, Professor of History, Columbia UniversityVictoria de Grazia, Moore Collegiate Professor of History, Columbia UniversityMartha Howell, Miriam Champion Professor of

  • 1:32:42 Mali: French War, African Peace?

    Mali: French War, African Peace?

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    A discussion with Gregory Mann and Roland MarchalMali's collapse and France's recent military intervention in its former colony took many observers by surprise. Does the latest French adventure in Africa open a new chapter in French-African relations, or

  • 1:14:24 Columbia Book History Colloquium: Ann Blair

    Columbia Book History Colloquium: Ann Blair

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    Columbia Book History ColloquiumAnn Blair, "Methods of Collaboration Among Early Modern Humanists." January 31, 2013

  • 1:23:54 Distinguished Visiting Scholar: Dr. Baochang Gu, Demographic Transformation in China

    Distinguished Visiting Scholar: Dr. Baochang Gu, Demographic Transformation in China

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    Dr. Gu is a professor of demography at the Center for Population and Development Studies Sciences, Renmin University of China. The talk intends to provide an overview of China's demographic transformation in historical perspectives in terms of fertility t

  • 1:15:59 Visiting Scholar: Dr. William T. Gormley, Children & Public Policy Issue Frames that Work

    Visiting Scholar: Dr. William T. Gormley, Children & Public Policy Issue Frames that Work

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    Professor Gormley joined the Georgetown faculty as Professor of Government and Public Policy in 1991. He also served as a member of the university committee that created Georgetown's first day care center, known as Hoya Kids. Later, he turned his attentio

  • 1:49:27 Using Oral History to Find New Solutions to Intimate Violence

    Using Oral History to Find New Solutions to Intimate Violence

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    January 31, 2013Alisa del Tufo, in a career dedicated to ending violence in the lives of women and girls, has founded three organizations: Sanctuary for Families, CONNECT, and Threshold Collaborative. She is the author of two books on domestic violence an

  • 39:53 Enhancing Access to Oral History

    Enhancing Access to Oral History

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    February 14, 2013Doug Boyd Ph.D. serves as the Director of the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University of Kentucky Libraries. In this workshop, Boyd discusses new models for engaging and empowering users of oral history in a digital enviro

  • 1:33:08 Refugees' Experiences in America (Intro by Oral History Master of Arts Program)

    Refugees' Experiences in America (Intro by Oral History Master of Arts Program)

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    February 21, 2013Gabriele Stabile is an Italian photographer based in New York City. His photography has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. Juliet Linderman is a reporter for the Times-Picayune. Formerly the edito

  • 1:07:06 Earth Institute: Adapting to a Changing Climate

    Earth Institute: Adapting to a Changing Climate

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    The Earth InstituteAdapting to a Changing Climate: Managing Our Cities & Food Supply2/26/2013

  • 56:51 Private Property, No Trespassing: A Comparative Perspective on Gated Communities in Paris and LA

    Private Property, No Trespassing: A Comparative Perspective on Gated Communities in Paris and LA

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    Renaud Le GoixThis talk provides a comparative perspective on trends, production and local consequences of gated communities in Paris and LA. Renaud Le Goix is Professor of Geography at the Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and an Allianc

  • 2:06:35 Harriman Institute: Uzbekistan in a Time of Uncertainty, Domestic and Regional Trends - Part 1

    Harriman Institute: Uzbekistan in a Time of Uncertainty, Domestic and Regional Trends - Part 1

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    Harriman Institute: Uzbekistan in a Time of Uncertainty: Domestic and Regional TrendsFeberuary 20, 2013

  • 1:39:43 Harriman Institute: Uzbekistan in a Time of Uncertainty, Domestic and Regional Trends - Part 2

    Harriman Institute: Uzbekistan in a Time of Uncertainty, Domestic and Regional Trends - Part 2

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    The Harriman InstituteRussian, Eurasian, and Eastern European Studies at Columbia UniversityPresentsUzbekistan in a Time of Uncertainty: Domestic and Regional Trends - Session 2February 20, 2012Tags:Harriman Institute, Uzbekistan

  • 1:15:42 Four Decades in Bioethics: Where We Have Been, and Where we are Going

    Four Decades in Bioethics: Where We Have Been, and Where we are Going

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    The Columbia University Master of Science in Bioethics ProgramPresentsFour Decades in Bioethics: Where We Have Been, and Where we are GoingMarch 14, 2013

  • 1:40:06 Scholarly Societies in the Humanities: New Models and Innovation

    Scholarly Societies in the Humanities: New Models and Innovation

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    "Scholarly Societies in the Humanities: New Models and Innovation" is part of the Research Without Borders speaker series at Columbia University.Scholarly societies have long been central to the scholarly communication system in the humanities. Membership

  • 45:37 "Italy's Future: Reform, or Decline?" - Prof. Francesco Giavazzi, Bocconi University

    "Italy's Future: Reform, or Decline?" - Prof. Francesco Giavazzi, Bocconi University

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    Professor Francesco Giavazzi (Innocenzo Gasparini Institute for Economic Research, Università Bocconi) discusses the Italian economy in the wake of the spring election cycle and its consequences for the wider Euro area. Introduced by Professor Mich

  • 49:03 California Licensing Workshop: Amy Kaplan, L.C.S.W.

    California Licensing Workshop: Amy Kaplan, L.C.S.W.

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    CUSSW Office of Career and Leadership Development, California Licensing Workshop, Amy Kaplan, L.C.S.W., Psychotherapy and Life Coaching.

  • 1:28:31 Statecraft and New Media: Assessing the Internet Freedom Agenda

    Statecraft and New Media: Assessing the Internet Freedom Agenda

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    (Part of the BEI Series on New Diplomacy)April 11, 2013Panelists:Richard Boly, Director of the eDiplomacy Program, U.S. Department of StateTaylor Owen, Research Director, Tow Center for Digital Journalism, Columbia School of JournalismIvan Sigal, Executiv

  • 1:28:09 Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea

    Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea

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    April 10, 2013Panelists:Emmanuelle Saada, Associate Professor, Department of French and Romance Philology and Department of History, Columbia UniversityMark Blyth, Professor of International Political Economy, Brown UniversityVictoria de Grazia, Moore Col

  • 58:13 World Leaders Forum: Laurent Lamothe

    World Leaders Forum: Laurent Lamothe

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    This World Leaders Forum program features an address by Laurent Lamothe, Prime Minister of the Republic of Haiti, titled Balancing Foreign Direct Investments: Disaster Risks and Development in Haiti, followed by a question and answer session with the audi

  • 1:11:07 World Leaders Forum: Leymah Gbowee

    World Leaders Forum: Leymah Gbowee

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    True Leadership Requires Accountability: The Way Forward for New African LeadershipThis World Leaders Forum program features an address by Leymah Gbowee, 2011 Nobel Peace laureate, Liberian peace activist, Founder and President of the Gbowee Peace Foundat

  • 1:16:23 The Making of Antonia Pantoja: ¡Presente! by Lillian Jiménez

    The Making of Antonia Pantoja: ¡Presente! by Lillian Jiménez

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    March 14, 2013In this workshop, Lilian Jiménez discusses the context surrounding the creation of "Antonia Pantoja: ¡Presente!" a documentary on the work of Puerto Rican educator and visionary leader, Antonia Pantoja. Utilizing the extensive s

  • 1:01:53 Narratives of Juvenile Justice Involved LGBTQ Young Adults

    Narratives of Juvenile Justice Involved LGBTQ Young Adults

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    April 11, 2013This public workshop by Sarah Mountz explores the uniquely embodied and relational nature of storytelling and story receiving in Life History Interviews conducted with LGBTQ Young Adults (age 18-25) who have previously been incarcerated in g

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