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  • 49:28 Culture and Barbarism

    Culture and Barbarism

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

  • 46:01 The Limits of Liberalism

    The Limits of Liberalism

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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 1:02:44 2009 Terry Lectures: Cosmic Society

    2009 Terry Lectures: Cosmic Society

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  • 57:38 2009 Terry Lectures: Stardust Plus Time Equals Us

    2009 Terry Lectures: Stardust Plus Time Equals Us

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    Terry Lectures

  • 1:02:31 Einstein for the Masses

    Einstein for the Masses

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    Prof. Ramamurti Shankar, J.R. Huffman Professor of Physics & Applied Physics, gives an introduction to Einstein's Theory for a lay audience. The only preparation needed is an open mind.Prof. Shankar presented this lecture at the Association of Yale Al

  • 55:57 What Is Ancient History?

    What Is Ancient History?

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    Ian Morris, the Willard Professor of Classics, Stanford University, is interested in understanding why the west has dominated the earth for the last few centuries. He began his career as an archaeologist and historian of ancient Greece, studying early tex

  • 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

  • 30:40 UCLA's Peter Narins' lecture on frog communication

    UCLA's Peter Narins' lecture on frog communication

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    Peter Narins, UCLA distinguished professor of physiological science and of ecology and evolutionary biology, has been conducting pioneering research for more than 30 years on the mechanisms underlying the evolution of sound and vibration communication in

  • 1:24:25 Wolfgang Tillmans & Mark Wigley, Hammer Conversations

    Wolfgang Tillmans & Mark Wigley, Hammer Conversations

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    9/17/06 -- Wolfgang Tillmans studied at the Bournemouth & Poole College of Art in Dorset, and lives and works in London. He won the prestigious Turner Prize in 2000 and has exhibited his work internationally in solo exhibitions at such museums as Tate

  • 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

  • 1:23:16 Sir Ken Robinson, Hammer Lectures

    Sir Ken Robinson, Hammer Lectures

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    Ken Robinson has written numerous books, most recently "The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything." This talk explores ways to connect peoples' natural aptitudes with their personal passions to achieve at their highest levels in education a

  • 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

  • 1:09:00 UCLA Department of Art Lectures: Marilyn Minter, Hammer Museum

    UCLA Department of Art Lectures: Marilyn Minter, Hammer Museum

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    Marilyn Minter's work has been featured in numerous exhibitions, including a solo show at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in 2005 and the 2006 Whitney Biennial. In September, the Contemporary Arts Center Cincinnati and La Conservera in Murcia, Spai

  • 1:16:01 Introduction to Mindful Awareness | Diana Winston - UCLA Health System

    Introduction to Mindful Awareness | Diana Winston - UCLA Health System

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    UCLA Health System - Health Lectures http://uclahealth.org/calendarLearn mindful awareness, the art of paying attention to the present moment. Diana Winston, director of Mindfulness Education, discusses how mindfulness can reduce stress, improve attention

  • 48:41 UCLA SOCIOLOGY PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES

    UCLA SOCIOLOGY PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES

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    SPOTLIGHT SOCIOLOGY PUBLIC LECTURE SERIESMarch 13th 5:00pm | Professor Abigail SaguyHAINES HALL 39

  • 1:00:56 UCLA Library presents David Shorter discussing "We Will Dance our Truth"

    UCLA Library presents David Shorter discussing "We Will Dance our Truth"

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    David Delgado Shorter, associate professor in the UCLA Dept. of World Arts and Cultures, reads from his book "We Will Dance our Truth: Yacgui History in Yoeme Performances" at the Charles E. Young Research Library on October 13th, 2010. After extensive fi

  • 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

  • 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

  • 47:51 Terence Tao: Structure and Randomness in the Prime Numbers, UCLA

    Terence Tao: Structure and Randomness in the Prime Numbers, UCLA

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    Lecture for a general audience: 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

  • 1:08:19 The First Annual Alden-Berg Distinguished Faculty Lecture, Part 1

    The First Annual Alden-Berg Distinguished Faculty Lecture, Part 1

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    "A Defining Moment for Capitalism: Historians Reflect on the Economic Crisis": Joyce Appleby, Ivan Berend, Robert Brenner, Bin Wong, and Mary Yeager (moderator)

  • 1:27:02 Why History Matters

    Why History Matters

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    February 15, 2012 event discussing "The Past and Future of Europe" with a panel discussion featuring: Peter Baldwin, UCLA Department of History; Ivan Berend, UCLA Department of History; Honorable Wolfgang Drautz, Consul General, Federal Republic of German

  • 58:55 The theory of signal selection and its implications to theories of indirect selection and altruism

    The theory of signal selection and its implications to theories of indirect selection and altruism

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    Center for the Advanced Study of Behavior presents Amotz Zahavi, Professor Zahavi from Tel Aviv University speaks on using the "handicap principle" to interpret the altruistic behaviour among the babblers

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