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CS450 Lecture 2 August 26

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From  Andreas Kloeckner on 08/26/2021 147 plays

10th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture "Whither Russia?: The Role of Libraries in the Transformation of a Society" with Ekaterina Genieva (Audio Recording)

10th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture "Whither Russia?: The Role of Libraries in the Transformation of a Society" with Ekaterina Genieva (Audio Recording) on November 16, 1999.

From  Kathleen Ebeling on 07/15/2021 0 plays 0  

8th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with Michele Duvivier Pierre-Louis (Audio Recording)

8th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture "Haiti: Reading the Minds of Democracy" with Michele Duvivier Pierre-Louis (Audio Recording) on November 12, 1997.

From  Kathleen Ebeling on 07/15/2021 0 plays 0  

7th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with Talat S. Halman (Audio Recording)

7th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with Talat S. Halman (Audio Recording) on October 17, 1996.

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6th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with Hans-Peter Geh (Audio Recording)

6th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with Hans-Peter Geh (Audio Recording) on September 28, 1995.

From  Kathleen Ebeling on 07/14/2021 2 plays 0  

11th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture Follow-up Phone Interview "Keepin' the Faith" with Martin E. Marty

11th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture Follow-up Phone Interview "Keepin' the Faith" with Martin E. Marty, hosted by Steve Shoemaker, WILL AM 580 on 9-23-2001.

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11th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with Martin E. Marty: Q&A Part 2

11th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with Martin E. Marty: Q&A Part 2 (Audio Recording)

From  Kathleen Ebeling on 07/14/2021 0 plays 0  

11th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with Martin E. Marty: Q&A Part 1

11th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with Martin E. Marty: Q&A Part 1 (Audio Recording)

From  Kathleen Ebeling on 07/14/2021 0 plays 0  

11th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with Martin E. Marty: Part 2

11th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with Martin E. Marty: Part 2 (Audio Recording)

From  Kathleen Ebeling on 07/14/2021 0 plays 0  

11th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with Martin E. Marty: Part 1

11th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with Martin E. Marty: Part 1 (Audio Recording)

From  Kathleen Ebeling on 07/14/2021 0 plays 0  

30th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with BBC World Affairs Correspondent, Presenter and Author Mike Thomson

30th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture with BBC World Affairs Correspondent, Presenter and Author Mike Thomson, held virtually on 16 November, 2020. CO-SPONSORED BY: Center for Global Studies…

From  Andrew Stengele on 11/16/2020 36 plays 0  

Sacred Terror: Theirs and Ours

Pervez Hoodbhoy Professor of Nuclear Physics Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan, Chairman of Mashal Organization: Global Studies Initiative

From  Nathan Sonnenschein on 10/15/2020 0 plays 0  

Iran under Ahmadinejad: Politics of Confrontation

Iran under Ahmadinejad: Politics of Confrontation Ali Ansari Organization: Professor of Iranian History and Director of the Institute for Iranian Studies at the University of St Andrews, and…

From  Nathan Sonnenschein on 10/15/2020 2 plays 0  

The Muslim Within: Reflections on the Islamic Dimension of Western Identity

The Muslim Within: Reflections on the Islamic Dimension of Western Identity Speaker(s): Anouar Majid Organization: Center for Global Humanities, University of New England

From  Nathan Sonnenschein on 10/15/2020 0 plays 0  

Jen Heemstra: Why Success is More Likely When You're Willing to Fail (Lecture)

Jen Heemstra explains why success is more likely when you’re willing to fail. Heemstra, a chemical and engineering news columnist and associate professor of chemistry at Emory University,…

From  Steven Drake on 08/4/2020 13 plays 0  

2018 Gryphon Lecture, "The Forever Fandom of Harry Potter: Fan Fiction, Festivals, and Charitable Works"

2018 Gryphon Lecture, "The Forever Fandom of Harry Potter: Fan Fiction, Festivals, and Charitable Works" presented by Marianne Martens (MS '06), iSchool Research Fellow and Assistant…

From  Matt Beth on 05/17/2018 2 plays 0  

Ian Middleton - CLACS Lecture Series - Spring 2018

Speaker: Ian Middleton, MusicologyUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign “Trust in Music: Musical Projects against Violence in Northern Colombia”

From  Kasia Szremski on 05/14/2018 1 plays 0  

Peter Rohloff - CLACS Lecture Series - Spring 2018

Speaker: Peter Rohloff Harvard Medical School, Wuqu’ Kawoq“Tiqaq'omaj qi': Using linguistics, community oriented research, and quality improvement science to improve health care…

From  Kasia Szremski on 05/14/2018 24 plays 0  

Gabriela Perez Baez - Lecture Series - Spring 2018

Speaker: Gabriela Perez Baez, AnthropologySmithsonian Institution “Linguistic diversity, language endangerment and revitalization in Latin America”

From  Kasia Szremski on 05/11/2018 1 plays 0  

Catherine Allen - Lectures Series - Spring 2018

Speaker: Catherine J. Allen, AnthropologyGeorge Washington University“Composing in Parallel: translating Quechua narratives”

From  Kasia Szremski on 05/11/2018 1 plays 0  

Ana Maria Mauad - Lectures Series - Spring 2018

Speaker: Ana Maria Mauad, HistoryUniversidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil“Public Photography in the United States: Envisioning the Photographic Practice of Governmental Agencies”

From  Kasia Szremski on 05/11/2018 1 plays 0  

Early Days of the Transistor, February 28, 1979 - Part 2 - Digital Surrogates from the John Bardeen Papers, Series 11/10/20

Digital Surrogates from the John Bardeen Papers, Series 11/10/20 Early Days of the Transistor, February 28, 1979 - Part 2 Digital audio of a lecture given by John Bardeen on February 28, 1979, to…

From  University Archives on 12/11/2017 12 plays 0  

Early Days of the Transistor, February 28, 1979 - Part 1 - Digital Surrogates from the John Bardeen Papers, Series 11/10/20

Digital Surrogates from the John Bardeen Papers, Series 11/10/20 Early Days of the Transistor, February 28, 1979 - Part 1 Digital audio of a lecture given by John Bardeen on February 28, 1979, to…

From  University Archives on 12/11/2017 9 plays 0