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Cultural & Academic Films

This library of academic and cultural films features collections from the Academic Film Archive and the Media Burn Independent Film Archive, as well as a selection of documentaries created by Dorothy Fadiman. In addition, films from the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology are presented including those by Watson Kintner who used film to document his world travels, and the popular television show from the 1950s: “What in the World?”

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Through an analysis of the surviving Chinese and Western primary sources that address the subject, the presentation provides a narrative account of how yellowness of skin complexion came to be attributed to the Chinese as a people. International Studies colloquium lunchtime series
Topics: Chinese, Ethnology, Ethnic identity, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Art, Art Critique, Chinese Contemporary Art
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Trubek analyzes the powerful connection between where our food comes from and the taste sensations it gives. Amy Trubek is author of the book “Taste of Place” and assistant professor of nutrition and food sciences at the University of Vermont Middlebury College food symposium
Topics: Diet, Food, Nutrition, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
What was the Pantheon? Who designed it? Broucke addresses the fundamental challenge of assembling conclusive information about a building that was constructed long ago, burnt twice, and had its ruins removed to make a place for its larger and still-standing successor, the Hadrianic Pantheon. Broucke is Middlebury College Associate Professor of History of Art and Architecture. Trained as a professional architect in his native Belgium, Broucke went on to receive a master's degree in archaeology...
Topics: Pantheon (Rome, Italy), Roman Architecture, History of Architecture, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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Medically significant traces of our evolutionary history; reproductive medicine; the evolution and ecology of infectious diseases; the evolutionary genetics, genomics, and emergence of disease; the evolutionary biology of digenerative disease; antibiotic resistance; the hygiene / old friends hypothesis (co-evolution); evolution in a contemporary human population. Stephen C. Stearns is a professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale. He specializes in life history evolution, which links...
Topics: Evolution (Biology), Medical genetics, Human evolution, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
Over the past few years, there have been several efforts by Middlebury College students, faculty and staff to trace the origins of our food. Bill Hegman, GIS Specialist, Matt Biette, Director of Dining Services, and Jack Byrne, Director of Sustainability Integration highlight those efforts and lead a discussion on how food purchasing decisions made at Middlebury affect us environmentally, economically, socially, and politically. Bill Hegman, GIS Specialist; Matt Biette, Director of Dining...
Topics: Carbon neutrality, Food service management, Energy conservation, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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Hammond is an archaeology professor at Boston University, specialising in the archaeology of Maya lowland sites in Belize. Sponsored by the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and the Rohatyn Center for International Affairs.
Topics: Mayas, History, Latin America, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
Oldham discusses the worsening humanitarian crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Phil Oldham '90 is Regional Director, West and Central Africa, Mercy Corps. International Studies colloquium lunchtime series
Topics: Congo (Democratic Republic), Mercy Corps, Humanitarian assistance, American--Congo (Democratic...
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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Mr. Kritkausky discusses the need for creation of global standards of corporate social responsibility, and the assistance of small and medium-sized enterprises in Vermont and China in developing sustainable marketing strategies and viable positions in the value chain as they seek to become more environmentally and socially sustainable. He has directed ECOLOGIA research on China's "socially responsible" entrepreneurs, a hopeful and neglected business subculture in China, and talks...
Topics: Social responsibility of business, China, Sustainable development, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
This video is part of the Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive.
Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Rome, Theatre, Plays
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Discussion of the role of the private sector enterprises in the economic development of poor countries, and of the need of more inclusive business models that recognize the poor not only as consumers, but also as drivers of growth. Thommessen highlights that in markets that include more poor people, we all win. Business models that include the poor require broad support and offer gains for all. Christian H. Thommessen has been a Director/Chair in Technology/Venture companies (private and...
Topics: Social responsibility of business, International business, Economic development, Lectures,...
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Environmental Studies, Urban Garden, Education
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Africa is becoming the most important and fastest growing source of oil for both the U.S. and China. Klare discusses the little-noticed creation in February 2007 of the Africa Command, the first regional military command created by the U.S. in twenty-five years. Michael Klare is professor of peace and world security studies at Hampshire College. Klare has written extensively on arms trade and world security and is the author of “Blood and Oil: The Dangers and Consequences of America’s...
Topics: Africa, Department of Defense, Petroleum industry and trade, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
Undertaking internships and international opportunities for study and research
Topics: Research, Internship programs, International research, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Economics, Manufactured housing, income
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Recently the Ixil Mayas of Guatemala have experienced two new strategies for climbing out of poverty. The first, conceived by aid consultants, is to lend them money so that they can become entrepreneurs. The second, conceived by the Ixils, is to borrow $5,000 each to smuggle themselves into the United States. For Ixils intent on working in the U.S., microcredits and other lending institutions have been an obvious place to borrow the money. For other Ixils who have borrowed money from...
Topics: Guatemala, Native Americans, Microfinance, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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Professor Akaha discusses the pressing human security issues in East Asia and the scope and form of institutionalization of regional cooperation dealing with these issues, with a particular focus on human trafficking, labor migration, and HIV/AIDS, three of the most challenging human security issues in the region. Dr. Tsuneo Akaha is professor of international policy studies, director of the Center for East Asian Studies, and M-Squared academic program coordinator for the Monterey...
Topics: Human rights, Human trafficking, AIDS (Disease), Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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Leo Michel discusses the implications of a new relationship between French President Sarkozy, the United States, and NATO. Leo G. Michel is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for National Strategic Studies, concentrating on transatlantic security issues. Before joining INSS in July 2002, Mr. Michel was Director for NATO Policy within the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). His office was responsible for policy support to the Secretary and other senior Defense officials in areas...
Topics: North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Foreign relations, 21st century, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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Anthropologists convene to discuss race issues in French politics, what Obama represents for the French, and the implications of his election in France in light of recent race tensions and violence there. David Berliss is an associate professor and chair of the department of anthropology at the University of New Orleans; Beth Epstein is an assistant director of New York University in Paris; Anne Raulin is a professor of anthropology at the Université de Paris X; William Poulin-Deltour is an...
Topics: History of France, Africans in France, Race relations, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
Sustainable Study Abroad student presentations by grantees Kathleen (Kat) Hartley, Sophia University, Japan: Organic Farming in Japan; Stephanie Joyce, Unifersidad Austral de Chile (Middlebury School in Latin America): Glacial Meltwater as an Urban Resource; Deanna Tamborelli, Universidad Antonio Ruiz de Montoya (University of Virginia), Peru: Saving Peru's Waterways: The Effectiveness of Grassroots Environmental Activism
Topics: Environmentalism, Foreign study, Study abroad, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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Lecture; 1 mini-dv (74 min.) Part of the Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Dimitrov presents research from his upcoming book, The Politics of Piracy in China, on copyright, patent, and trademark piracy in China and Russia.
Topics: Piracy (Copyright), Trademark infringement, Intellectual property, China, Russian Federation,...
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Using case studies from Colombia, Yugoslavia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Aceh, Zimbabwe, and El Salvador, this presentation will evaluate zones of peace created during and after war Middlebury/Monterey lecture series
Topics: Zones of peace, Civil War, Conflict management, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
Professor Barry Slaughter Olsen highlights not only how knowledge of other languages and cultures can expand individual career opportunities but also how it has become crucial to national security and prosperity. Middlebury/Monterey lecture series
Topics: Language and international relations, International relations, Political science, Lectures,...
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
1 mini-dv (83 min.) Part of the Charles P. Scott symposium series and Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Tension between Catholics and Protestants rarely produces religious or ethnic violence in Latin America because neither side can rely on the state to support them.
Topics: Nationalism, Church and state, Politics, Latin America, History, Lectures
1 mini-dv (68 min.) Part of the Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. A commentary on the current economic and social development of the countries in central Europe.
Topics: Democracy, Economics, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Politics, Lectures
Lecture; 1 mini-dv (65 min.) Part of the Charles P. Scott Symposium series and Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Suh explores the practice of Buddhism by Korean-American immigrants in the U.S., a country with predominantly Christian traditions.
Topics: Buddhism, Christianity, Korean Americans, Immigration, Identity, Lectures
1 mini-dv (77 min.) Part of the Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Sloan examines the religion-related sources that threaten the transatlantic alliance.
Topics: Islamic fundamentalism, Christianity, Secularism, North American Treaty Organization, Politics,...
This video is part of the Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive.
Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Bioculturalism, Environmental Science, Conservation
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This video is part of the Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive.
Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Environmentalism, Activism, web platform
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Political Science, Education
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Art, Design, Sculptor
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Food, Sustainability, Agriculture
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Rabbi Cohen speaks about the ecology and environmental challenges in Israel and the Middle East, and about the efforts of Arava Institute to bring together Israeli, Palestinian, Jordanian, and other students, in order to facilitate communication about and generating solutions for environmental and social problems in the Middle East. Rabbi Michael M. Cohen is a graduate of the University of Vermont, and was the Rabbi of the Israel Congregation in Manchester Center, Vermont from 1990-2000. Rabbi...
Topics: Middle East, Environmental education, Environmental degradation, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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1 mini-dv (71 min.) Part of the Nicholas R. Clifford symposium series and Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive.
Topics: Hip-hop, Performance, Music, Welfare Poets, Popular music, Concerts
1 mini-dv (78 min.) Part of the Charles P. Scott Symposium series and Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Glenny discusses the growth of organized crime that developed in the Balkans as the result of the international embargo.
Topics: Nationalism, Balkan Penninsula, Crime, War, War in the Balkans, Lectures
Professor Mitchell’s talk addresses issues regarding health care, social security, and public pensions and whether echoes of the past in current political and social movements presage future developments as the baby boomers move into retirement. David K. Smith lecture
Topics: Aging, Economics, Baby boomers, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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Lecture; 1 mini-dv (66 min.) Part of the Middlebury College Language Schools series and Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. The talk deals with the most important characteristics of Daoism and its relationship to Confucianism. It starts from the explanation of the Chinese phrase "Zi ran" and then discusses Daoism, Confucianism and Chinese thought.
Topics: Taoism, Confucianism, Philosophy, Chinese philosophy, Religion, Lectures
Lecture; 1 mini-dv (72 min.) Part of the Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Contrary to popular myth, it wasn't Thomas Jefferson, who bequeathed to us the image of a "wall of separation" between church and state. More than a century before Jefferson, a Puritan deviant named Roger Williams (1603- 1683) used the phrase to argue for religious freedom in New England. Professor Davis will introduce this outcast champion of religious liberty, show how Williams turned his Calvinist...
Topics: Williams, Roger, 1604?-1683, Freedom of religion, Religious pluralism, United States, National...
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Europe, International relations, Economy
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Forensics, Criminology, Cybercrime
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For decades, two assumptions have been part of the scientific understanding of global warming-(1) natural forces kept Earth's climate in a warm 'interglacial' state for several millennia, and (2) humans first began to alter this state during the industrial era (the last two centuries). Both of these assumptions are flawed: natural processes have been pushing climate toward a cooler, partly glaciated state for thousands of years, and emissions of greenhouse gases from early farming held off most...
Topics: Global warming, Climatic changes, Global environmental change, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
This video is part of the Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive.
Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Science, Environmental Science, Environmental Justice
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Ecology, Environmental Studies, Economics
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This video is part of the Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive.
Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Literature, Translation, Chinese
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Race, Science, Teacher education
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Lecture; 1 mini-dv (65 min.) Part of the Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Nunley examines the non-clandestine writings of French Surrealist poet Robert Desnos during World War II, and discusses their place in considerations of French Resistance to the German Occupation.
Topics: Desnos, Robert, 1900-1945, French literature, French resistance, World War II, History, Lectures
It has often been argued that voter turnout in the United States is too low, particularly compared with turnout in other industrialized democracies, and that a healthy democracy should have higher turnout. Yet, an economist might argue, that it is surprising turnout is as high as it is, given the likelihood that any individual's vote will change the election outcome is vanishingly small in elections of reasonable size. Professor Henry Farber presents a short tour of economist's view of what...
Topics: Voting, Political participation, Elections, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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Lecture; 1 mini-dv (60 min.) Part of the Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Investigates the intersection of history, memory and propaganda in Northeast Asia, where differently recalled episodes from World War II and before continue to influence relations between China, Korea, and Japan.
Topics: Propaganda, Anti-Japanese propaganda, Anti-American propaganda, Anti-Chinese propaganda, Northeast...
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Geography, Environmental Studies, Politics
Source: WaterSymposiumPart5.mp4
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Lecture; 1 mini-dv (66 min.) Part of the Abernethy Lecture series and Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Robert Buckeye offers reflections on Edwin James (1797-1861), Middlebury College Class of 1816. In 1829 James was appointed botanist and geologist to the exploring expedition of Major Samuel H. Long. In 1823, he published the 2-volume Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, 1818-19, a report of the exploration of what we now know as Pike's Peak. Buckeye proposes that in addition to his...
Topics: James, Edwin, 1797-1861, History, Vermont, Biography, Education, Lectures
Lecture; 1 mini-dv (79 min.) Part of the Middlebury College Language Schools series and Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Carravetta reads and discusses the introduction to his upcoming book: "After all: critical theory and the geography of culture at the end of the Postmodern age." The book deals with three interconnected themes. The postmodern debate brought out the deficiencies of hyperrational models of analysis, including the dangers of globalization, but did not...
Topics: Globalization, Postmodernism, Culture diffusion, Discourse and society, Politics, Lectures
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Lecture; 1 mini-dv (81 min.) Part of the Scott A. Margolin '99 Lecture in environmental affairs series and Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Introduction by Rich Wolfson. This lecture begins with a review of the now-solid evidence for a human influence on the climate of recent decades. Such evidence includes instrumental measurements available for the past two centuries, paleoclimate observations spanning more than a millennium, and comparisons of the predictions from computer models...
Topics: Climate change, Environmental ethics, Global warming, Environmentalism, Research, Lectures
Additional Title : Dawn's Recital 1979 Description : Footage of the American Legion in Stockton, CA. "My family’s history is inextricably linked with the history of Filipinas/os in Stockton, California. My maternal grandfather, Delfin Paderes Bohulano, immigrated to San Francisco from Kalibo, Aklan Province, Philippines in 1929 and worked all over the West Coast. During World War II, he met and married my grandmother Concepcion Moreno in Palompon, Leyte, when he was fighting with the...
Topic: californialightandsound, swimming, dancing, recital, American Legion, Stockton, Filipino,...
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Dr. Terrett led the team of medicinal chemists at Pfizer’s UK laboratories who investigated a novel therapeutic mechanism that ultimately resulted in the molecule destined to become Viagra. The presentation describes how a project initially intended to find a cardiovascular medicine resulted in a treatment for erectile dysfunction, and how new clinical methods were required to test the effectiveness of the drug. The talk also describes what happens when unassuming scientists are thrust into...
Topics: Viagra (Trademark), Erectile dysfunction, Discoveries in science, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
Lecture; 2 mini-dvs (74 min.) Part of the Middlebury energy symposium series and Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Jones advocates constructing a green economy, llifting people out of poverty in the process by creating "green-collar" jobs.
Topics: Ecology, Environmental ethics, Global warming, Climate change, King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968,...
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Feminism, Black Studies, Gender studies
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Lecture; 1 mini-dv (57 min.) Part of the Nicholas R. Clifford symposium series and Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Introduction by President Ron Liebowitz first seven minutes. McKibben discusses the latest science on global warming as well as the meaning of that science, and the idea that humans are suddenly casting a much larger shadow over the planet's operations.
Topics: Environmental ethics, Global warming, Climate change, Environmentalism, Economics, Lectures
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Lecture; 1 mini-dv (59 min.) Part of the Middlebury College Language Schools series and Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. This symposium presents a panel of international speakers, including journalists, current and former faculty and students from the Middlebury College Language Schools, and political strategists. The speakers present various perspectives on issues surrounding terrorism and the role of mass media, from polarized messaging to the politics of terror, followed by a...
Topics: Terrorism, Mass media, Press, Journalism, Discourse and society, Lectures
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Interview with Toni Morrison conducted by Bob Buckeye
Topics: Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, Middlebury College, Morrison, Toni, Interviews, African American...
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Student Organization, Hazing, Health
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Source : 1 Reel of 1: Film: 8mm Rights : Rights are owned by Todd Inoue. Copyright Holder has given Institution permission to provide access to the digitized work online. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owner. In addition, the reproduction of some materials may be restricted by terms of gift or purchase agreements, donor restrictions, privacy and publicity rights, licensing and...
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Middlebury faculty economists scrutinize the U.S. financial crisis.
Topics: Mortgages, Forclosure, Economics, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
Assistant professor of political science at Middlebury College, appointed Director of European Studies in 2001.
Topics: Freedom of the press, Islam in mass media, Censorship, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
Lecture; 1 mini-dv (80 min.) Part of the Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Reviews the development of the documentary film interview and discusses the interview techniques of Ken Burns, Michael Moore and Errol Morris.
Topics: Documentary films, Morris, Errol, Moore, Michael, Burns, Ken, Filmmaking, Lectures
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Oceans, Environmental Science, Ecology
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Gastronomy, Middle eastern people, Mediterranean
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Lecture; 1 mini-dv (73 min.) Part of the Charles P. Scott symposium series and Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Introductory tribute to Charles P. Scott by Burke Rochford Williams traces the contemporary development of transnational religion, especially in India, and its impact on the formation of an American identity.
Topics: India, Immigration, United States, Religious pluralism, Religion, Lectures
1 mini-dv (79 min.) Part of the Middlebury College Language Schools series and Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive.
Topics: Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1952-, Russian Federation, Politics, Democracy, Law, Lectures
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Climate, Climate change, Global warming
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1 mini-dv (57 min.) Part of the Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive. Selassie presents a model of constitution building which incorporates common values among diverse ethnic groups.
Topics: Africa, Democracy, Constitutional law, Politics, Law, Lectures
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Art, Museums, Censorship
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Daniel Clement Dennett is an American philosopher whose research centers on philosophy of mind, philosophy of science and philosophy of biology, particularly as those fields relate to evolutionary biology and cognitive science. He is currently the co-director of the Center for Cognitive Studies, the Austin B. Fletcher Professor of Philosophy, and a University Professor at Tufts University. Nicholas R. Clifford symposium Part of the series entitled Celebrating Darwin's Legacy
Topics: Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882, Human evolution, Evolution (Biology), Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Immigration, Economics, Politics
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Discusses the policy infrastructure necessary to protect and promote national security. Thomas Melia is Deputy Executive Director of Freedom House and Adjunct Professor at the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. His research activities and publications range from an examination of U.S. Congressional attitudes toward the career Foreign Service, to public opinion in democratizing Muslim countries, to post-conflict political development in Northern Ireland, the Balkans and Central...
Topics: National security, Democracy, International politics, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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A lecture by Igor Lukes, History professor at Boston University on the events leading to the fall of the Berlin Wall in fall 1989. This lecture is part of a week-long event called Freedom Without Walls co-sponsored by the German Embassy to the US in Washington, DC., commemorating 20th anniversary of the fall of the wall in November 1989. Part of the series entitled Freedom without walls
Topics: Berlin Wall, Cold War, Germany, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.