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Early Modern Spanish Theater: José Luis Raymond

Apr. 10, 2012—Watch video of José Luis Raymond of Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático (Madrid) presenting “Del teatro barroco a la escenografía de concepto” on April 3 as part of the Early Modern Spanish Theater: Text and Performance Symposium.

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Early Modern Spanish Theater: Mar Zubieta

Apr. 10, 2012—Watch video of Mar Zubieta of Compañía Nacional de Teatro Clásico” (Madrid) presenting “Texto y representación de los clásicos del Siglo de Oro: Lope de Vega y Cervantes” on April 3 as part of the Early Modern Spanish Theater: Text and Performance Symposium.

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Cokie Roberts: “Insiders’ View of Washington, D.C.”

Apr. 3, 2012—Watch video of ABC News political analyst and National Public Radio senior news analyst Cokie Roberts presenting “Insiders’ View of Washington, D.C.,” on March 28, at Vanderbilt University’s Langford Auditorium. The event was part of the university’s Project Dialogue series, which is dedicated to creating opportunities for students, staff and faculty to engage in public discourse and dialogue in an...

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VUCast Newscast: Free Degree

Mar. 26, 2012—This Week on VUCast, Vanderbilt’s weekly newscast highlighting research, experts, students, sports and everything Vanderbilt: How focusing on inner city kids could earn you a free master’s degree Vanderbilt’s ties to a major motion picture Sex for life!  

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Marilyn Friedman: “Can Bad People Live Well?”

Mar. 23, 2012—Watch video of Vanderbilt University Marilyn Friedman presenting “Can Bad People Live Well?” on March 22. Her presentation was part of The Berry Lectures in Public Philosophy series of talks that aims to make philosophy accessible and relevant for the public. “The Berry Lectures in Public Philosophy provide a wonderful opportunity to reach a broader audience beyond our students...

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Reconsidering a Classic: Walter Rodney’s “How Europe Underdeveloped Africa”

Mar. 20, 2012—Watch video of one presentation that is part of a yearlong series sponsored by Vanderbilt History Seminar devoted to exploring the theme of Rich & Poor across historical space and time. The seminar on March 19, with commentators Pius Adesanmi and Paul Tiyambe Zeleza, focused on Walter Rodney’s influential and much debated book, How Europe Underdeveloped...

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Protests and Social Change: Civil Rights of the ’60s

Mar. 20, 2012—Watch video of John Seigenthaler, Founder, First Amendment Center, speaking at the Osher Lifelong Learning class, “Protests and Social Change: Civil Rights of the 60’s”. Today, protests seem to be a way of life. Have you ever wondered if protests really accomplish anything? During the past 150 years, protests have shifted from those focused on...

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Apocalypse Now? Modern Maya and Ancient Prophecies

Mar. 20, 2012—Watch video of Mareike Sattler, senior lecturer, Anthropology Department, and Avery Dickins de Girón, assistant director of the Center for Latin American Studies, speaking at the Osher Lifelong Learning class, “Apocalypse Now? Modern Maya and Ancient Prophecies”. This seminar introduces students to Maya culture from ancient to modern times. Maya people and culture have been featured...

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Threats to Religious Liberty: On Campuses and Across the Nation

Mar. 20, 2012—Watch video of scholars James F. Blumstein of Vanderbilt, Robert P. George of Princeton University and Michael Paulsen of St. Thomas School of Law discuss the intersection of religious freedom, freedom of conscience, freedom of association and freedom of speech on a range of contemporary issues at a forum March 15.  

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InsideOut of the Lunch Box: “The Voice”

Mar. 20, 2012—Watch video of the most recent presentation in the InsideOut of the Lunch Box series – The Voice – which took place on March 15. We all know Music City produces some of the world’s most famous singers.  What you may not know is that Music City is also the home of the world-renowned clinical center...

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Jeffrey Tlumak: “Do We Have Free Will? Why Does It Matter?”

Mar. 19, 2012—Watch video of the most recent presentation in the Berry Lectures in Public Philosophy that took place on March 15 with Jeffrey Tlumak, associate professor of philosophy. He discussed “Do We Have Free Will? Why Does It Matter?” “The Berry Lectures in Public Philosophy provide a wonderful opportunity to reach a broader audience beyond our students and...

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Impact Symposium 2012 with Vicente Fox and Bill Richardson

Mar. 19, 2012—Watch video of Vicente Fox, former president of Mexico, and Bill Richardson, a former governor of New Mexico who has served as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and as secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy, speaking at the 2012 Impact Symposium on March 21. The discussion was moderated by Vanderbilt sociologist Katharine Donato.This year’s...

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