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  • 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

  • 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

  • 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...

  • 39:59 Jetz: The Map Of Life Project

    Jetz: The Map Of Life Project

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    Walter Jetz showcases the Map of Life project, a collaborative academic effort to help mobilize and bring together different species distribution data types ...

  • 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...

  • 1:05:12 Understanding the origin and conservation of marine biodiversity in the Coral Triangle

    Understanding the origin and conservation of marine biodiversity in the Coral Triangle

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    Dr Paul Barber, Professor UCLA Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology speaks on an integrated approach to understanding the origin and conservation of marine biodiversity in the Coral Triangle

  • 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

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

    2009 Terry Lectures: Cosmic Society

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    Terry Lectures: 4

  • 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...

  • 1:13:53 Richard Levin Interviews Fareed Zakaria

    Richard Levin Interviews Fareed Zakaria

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    Yale University President Richard C. Levin interviews Fareed Zakaria, editor of Newsweek International, a Newsweek and Washington Post columnist, weekly host...

  • 01:16 Global Perspectives At Yale: Egypt And The West, Najah Ahmad

    Global Perspectives At Yale: Egypt And The West, Najah Ahmad

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    Fulbright Egyptian Scholar, Najah Ahmad, shares her perspective on how the revolutions in the Arab world, particularly in Egypt, will affect relations with t...

  • 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

  • 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

  • 59:13 Phylogenetic Approaches to the study of Vertebrate Classification, UCLA

    Phylogenetic Approaches to the study of Vertebrate Classification, UCLA

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    Dr. Michael Alfaro, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology lecture from 10/28/2009

  • 59:17 Chemical Communication and Navigation, UCLA

    Chemical Communication and Navigation, UCLA

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    Dr. Richard Zimmer, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology seminar from 11/03/2009

  • 1:03:00 Conservation Behavior Lessons from Marmots

    Conservation Behavior Lessons from Marmots

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    Utah State University, Ecology Center Seminar Series, March 5 2008. Dr. Dan Blumstein, Chair and Professor UCLA Department of Ecology, and Evolutionary Biology speaks on "conservation behavior lessons from Marmots"

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

    2009 Terry Lectures: Stardust Plus Time Equals Us

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    Terry Lectures

  • 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

  • 1:07:18 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

  • 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

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