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  • 54:56 Popular Justice: What's The Right Thing To Do? Episode 01

    Justice: What's The Right Thing To Do? Episode 01

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    PART ONE: THE MORAL SIDE OF MURDER If you had to choose between (1) killing one person to save the lives of five others and (2) doing nothing even though you...

  • 33:57 Hoekstra: Global Conservation

    Hoekstra: Global Conservation

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    Jon Hoekstra explains the history of global conservation and the "pivot" that the conservation community must make to adapt to scientific, political, and soc...

  • 1:02:29 Governance, Leadership, Civil Society And The Private Sector: An African Perspective

    Governance, Leadership, Civil Society And The Private Sector: An African Perspective

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    Mo Ibrahim, founder of Celtel International, one of Africa's leading mobile telephone companies, and The Mo Ibrahim Foundation, which supports good governanc...

  • 1:05:04 Terence Tao: Nilsequences and the Primes, UCLA

    Terence Tao: Nilsequences and the Primes, UCLA

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    Terence Tao is UCLA's Collins Professor of Mathematics, and the first UCLAprofessor to win the prestigious Fields Medal. Less than a month afterwinning the Fields Medal, Tao was named a MacArthur Fellow. The following month, Tao was named one of "The Bril

  • 40:57 Christianity: Fair or Foul

    Christianity: Fair or Foul

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    Terry Eagleton, John Edward Taylor Professor of English Literature at the University of Manchester, delivers the first lecture in a series of lectures entitled “Faith and Fundamentalism: Is Belief in Richard Dawkins Necessary for Salvation?â

  • 1:05:38 Is It Over Yet? The Deeper Underpinnings of the Crisis

    Is It Over Yet? The Deeper Underpinnings of the Crisis

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    Professor Raghuram Rajan of the University of Chicago was one of the few people who, before 2007, warned about the upcoming financial crisis. In this March 25, 2010 Arthur M. Okun Memorial Lecture at Yale University, "Is It Over Yet? The Deep Underpinning

  • 29:13 Ferrier: Modeling Global Change In Compositional Diversity

    Ferrier: Modeling Global Change In Compositional Diversity

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    Simon Ferrier explains three major biodiversity assessment challenges and provides his methods for tackling these challenges.

  • 01:59 The Cell Phone As Marketplace

    The Cell Phone As Marketplace

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    Nayan Chanda, Director of Publications and Editor of YaleGlobal Online Magazine at the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, discusses why the cell pho...

  • 1:07:18 From Silent Spring to Silent Night: A Tale of Toads and Men

    From Silent Spring to Silent Night: A Tale of Toads and Men

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    Dr. Tyrone Hayes from UC Berkeley speaks on the herbicide, atrazine and it's negative impact on public health

  • 51:34 UCLA Lecture by Mark O'Connor on American Classical Music

    UCLA Lecture by Mark O'Connor on American Classical Music

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    http://www.oconnormethod.comhttp://www.youtube.com/user/MarkOConnorhttp://www.markoconnor.comMark O'ConnorA Lecture on American Classical MusicFrom Schoenberg Hall at UCLA (Filmed in 2009)Running time 51:34Mark O'Connor, author of the O'Connor Method and

  • 29:35 Future of Food

    Future of Food

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    Mark Bittman, author, New York Times columnist, and television host, discusses the future of food as part of the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesitys Spring Seminar Series.

  • 1:17:35 Popular Tony Blair, Bill Clinton and a New Generation of Progressive Leaders

    Tony Blair, Bill Clinton and a New Generation of Progressive Leaders

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    This Center for American Progress event, 'Beyond the Crisis: Shared Prosperity and the Future of Progressive Politics' took place in Washington DC on Monday 13th December 2010. The following people took part in the discussion: Former United States Preside

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  • 10:18 The Yale Ph.D. And Leadership: Ann Temkin

    The Yale Ph.D. And Leadership: Ann Temkin

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    Reflections on the impact of her Yale doctoral studies on life and leadership by Ann Temkin '91 Ph.D., the Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Chief Curator of Pain...

  • 1:06:49 Recent Developments In Cyberwarfare

    Recent Developments In Cyberwarfare

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    Please join Hudson Institute's Center on Economics of the Internet for an address by Gen. James Cartwright (USMC, ret.), Harold Brown Chair in Defense Policy...

  • 49:20 The Natural History of Saber Toothed Cats, UCLA

    The Natural History of Saber Toothed Cats, UCLA

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    Dr. Blaire Van Valkenburgh, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Darwin Evolving Lecture Series from 11/18/2009

  • 1:16:49 Aperture Panel: Abstraction in Photography, Hammer Museum

    Aperture Panel: Abstraction in Photography, Hammer Museum

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    From the beginning, abstraction has been intrinsic to photography, and its persistent popularity reveals much about the medium. Artists Susan Rankaitis and James Welling and UCLA Associate Professor of Art History George Baker debate a host of approaches

  • 44:05 Harold Bloom on Shakespeare

    Harold Bloom on Shakespeare

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    Eminent literary critic and author of "Shakespeare and the Invention of the Human," Harold Bloom, expounds on Yahweh, Hamlet, Cleopatra, Falstaff, being, and the great playwright himself in this culminating lecture of "Shakespeare at Yale," a term-long fe

  • 1:01:51 Journalism, Architecture, & the Role of Criticism (Poynter)

    Journalism, Architecture, & the Role of Criticism (Poynter)

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    Cathleen McGuigan, former architecture critic for Newsweek magazine and newly appointed editor of Architectural Record discusses architectural journalism and the role of architectural criticism in the built environment with veteran architectural journalis

  • 15:34 Welcome To 9th Yale NEA-BPD Conference

    Welcome To 9th Yale NEA-BPD Conference

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    The conference Co-directors welcome and orient to this year's conference including issues of stigma, NEA-BPD offerings, and this year's conference theme: Man...

  • 42:22 Impact Assessment Presentation - By Prof. Marc Epstein

    Impact Assessment Presentation - By Prof. Marc Epstein

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  • 56:30 Dr. Joan Silk - What are friends for? The adaptive value of social bonds

    Dr. Joan Silk - What are friends for? The adaptive value of social bonds

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    Dr. Joan Silk, Department of Anthropology, Center for Society and Genetics, Center for Behavior, Evolution and Culture, University of California, Los Angeles speaks on "What are friends for? The adaptive value of social bonds" as a part of The Curious Nat

  • 55:19 The Garifuna Folkloric Ballet Group performs at the UCLA Library

    The Garifuna Folkloric Ballet Group performs at the UCLA Library

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    On November 19th, 2010, the UCLA Library was proud to host a conversation/act about culture, spirituality, and dance with the Garifuna Folkloric Ballet Group. These cultural ambassadors from Honduras have performed around the world, and this event was the

  • 48:40 Faith and Reason

    Faith and Reason

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    Terry Eagleton, John Edward Taylor Professor of English Literature at the University of Manchester, delivers the third lecture in a series of lectures entitled “Faith and Fundamentalism: Is Belief in Richard Dawkins Necessary for Salvation?â

  • 1:00:00 An Economy Under Siege, Paul Krugman

    An Economy Under Siege, Paul Krugman

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    Nobel Prize-winning economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman has some generally dismal news in this talk, held in conjunction with Krugman's visit to Yale to receive the Henry E. Howland Memorial Prize, one of the highest honors that the Univer

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