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  • 58:21 Popular Tony Blair: A Conversation At Yale University

    Tony Blair: A Conversation At Yale University

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    The former British Prime Minister and Howland Distinguished Professor, Tony Blair, sits down to talk with Richard Levin, Yale University President, Paul Kennedy, J. Richardson Dilworth Professor of History, and Lita Tandon, Yale College Class of 2010, at

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  • 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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  • 42:25 Popular A Conversation With Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan

    A Conversation With Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan

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    Her Majesty Queen Rania married then Prince Abdullah Al Hussein on June 10, 1993. Since becoming Queen and her nation's First Lady, Queen Rania has devoted herself to supporting initiatives that seek to improve the quality of life for all Jordanians. She

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  • 56:52 Popular Address of President Hu Jintao to Yale University

    Address of President Hu Jintao to Yale University

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    As part of his Spring 2007 visit to the United States, President Hu Jintao of the People's Republic of China gathers before Yale students and faculty to reflect upon the rich cultural history of China, the remarkable speed with which China has been able t

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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...

  • 56:30 Popular 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

  • 1:17:39 Lasting

    Lasting

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    This lecture was a surveys recent work the firm, Tod Williams/Billie Tsien Architecture including the new Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, PA; the Center for the Advancement of Public Action at Bennington College, VT; Tata Consultancy Services campus at

  • 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.

  • 1:15:25 Do I look like I have a plan?

    Do I look like I have a plan?

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    Hernan Diaz-Alonso, considered one of the most significant voices of his generation, is the principal and founder of Xefirotech, an award-winning firm in architecture, product design and digital motion in Los Angeles. This lecture will focus on past and c

  • 1:00:18 The Psychology of the Financial Crisis

    The Psychology of the Financial Crisis

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    In this talk, Nicholas Barberis, the Stephen & Camille Schramm Professor of Finance at the Yale School of Management, will discuss the role that irrational thinking and decision-making may have played inthe development of the current economic downturn

  • 1:31:48 Future: Will the People Follow the Court?

    Future: Will the People Follow the Court?

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    This is the second of two lectures Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer delivered at the Yale Law School on February 15 & 16, 2010. The lectures discussed key moments in the Courts history that illustrate the importance of public acceptance of the Cou

  • 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

  • History: Challenges the Court Has Faced

    History: Challenges the Court Has Faced

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    This is the first of two lectures Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer delivered at the Yale Law School on February 15 & 16, 2010. The lectures addressed the Supreme Courts role in helping to make the American Constitution work well in practice. They

  • 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

  • 1:08:39 Secrets: Uncovering Mysteries in the 21st Century

    Secrets: Uncovering Mysteries in the 21st Century

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    Poynter Fellowship in Journalism at Yale Presents "Secrets: Uncovering Mysteries in the 21st Century"A Conversation with Bob Woodward, Associate Editor, Washington Post; Steven Brill, Founder, Yale Journalism Initiative; and Paul Needham, Yale Journalism

  • 1:08:23 Peter Eisenman and Anthony Vidler:  A Conversation

    Peter Eisenman and Anthony Vidler: A Conversation

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    A discussion between Yale School of Architecture Charles Gwathmey Professor in Practice Peter Eisenman and Dean of the Cooper Union Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture Anthony Vidler, in which they discuss the work and influence of the Pritzker Prize w

  • 1:08:08 Does Evolution Explain Human Nature?

    Does Evolution Explain Human Nature?

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    Corey S. Powell, Editor and Chief of Discover Magazine, Kenneth Miller, Professor of Biology at Brown University, Laurie Santos, Professor of Psychology Yale University, and David Sloan Wilson, SUNY Distinguished Professor of Biology and Anthropology at B

  • 10:00 William Lane Craig vs Bart Ehrman 1/12

    William Lane Craig vs Bart Ehrman 1/12

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    A debate on the historicity of Jesus' Resurrection between the prominent Christian philosopher and apologist William Lane Craig and the prominent New Testament historian Bart D. Ehrman.

  • 23:03 Paul Gewirtz Interviews Justice Breyer

    Paul Gewirtz Interviews Justice Breyer

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    During his recent visit to Yale University, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer sat down to speak with Paul Gewirtz, the Potter Stewart Professor of Constitutional Law at the Yale Law School & Director, The China Law Center. Among the topics the

  • 1:16:28 Synchrony and Diachrony: James Stirling's Students at Yale

    Synchrony and Diachrony: James Stirling's Students at Yale

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    A lecture detailing Professor Petit's work constructing the Yale School of Architecture exhibition, "An Architect's Legacy: James Stirling's Students at Yale, 1959-1983" (13 October 2010 -- 28 January 2011).

  • 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

  • 1:20:06 Conversations on Leadership with Henry Paulson

    Conversations on Leadership with Henry Paulson

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    A discussion on leadership with GEN (Ret.) Stan McChrystal and Henry Paulson, 74th United States Secretary of the Treasury. Part of the Jackson Institute Conversations on Leadership Series. For more details visit http://jackson.yale.edu.

  • 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.

  • 51:49 Runa Islam, Hammer Museum

    Runa Islam, Hammer Museum

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    Runa Islam creates film and video installations with overlapping layers of narrative to explore notions of truth and fiction, subjectivity and authorship. Born in Dhaka, Bangladesh, she now lives in London. Her works have been shown in numerous exhibition

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