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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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TED Talks
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2,942
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960,755
VIEWS
by Academic conference, Richard Saul Wurman, Harry Marks, technology, design
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TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) is a global set of conferences owned by the private non-profit Sapling Foundation, formed to disseminate "ideas worth spreading." http://www.ted.com/ Videos in this collection include originals in 420p quality MPEG4 16:9 aspect ratio, and a derived letter-boxed version in NTSC Standard Definition MPEG2 in a 4:3 aspect ratio that is broadcast ready. This collection contains only those TedTalks that don't contain trailing commercials. TedTalks...
Topic: Ted Talks
Principles of Information Display for Visualization Practitioners; Al Globus, NASA Ames Research center. Uploaded into the Public Domain under the Creative Commons License by Gerard Arthus.
Topics: garthus, garthus1, radiological technologies university, medicine, computers, biology, information,...
Port Washington Performing Arts
by Amy Appleby and Lillian Schiff
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1975 - "A Wales Chronicle" from the May 21st, 1975 edition of the Schreiber Times.  Written by Amy Appleby and Lillian Schiff.
Topic: Performing Arts
Port Washington Performing Arts
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1956 - Paul D. Schreiber High School Silver Anniversary Band Concert.  Directed by George A. Christopher.  Port Washington, N.Y.
Topic: Paul D. Schreiber High School Band
Port Washington Performing Arts
by Bruce J. Wiley
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1958 - Paul D. Schreiber High School 27th anniversary band concert program.  March 15th, 1958.  Directed by George A. Christopher.  Port Washington, N.Y.
Topic: Paul D. Schreiber High School Band
Memories to Light: Asian American Home Movies
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156
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23,515
VIEWS
by caam_memoriestolight
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eye 23,515
Memories to Light: Asian American Home Movies demonstrates the importance of collective storytelling and fosters a greater understanding of the Asian American experience. The emotional quality and authenticity of home movies combined with interactive media arts engagement has the power to engender and transcend notions of history and memory on greater communal and individual levels. Through Memories to Light: Asian American Home Movies , the power of collective memory and media will bring to...
Topics: home movies, asian
Port Washington Performing Arts
by Carrie Palmer Weber Jr. H.S.
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1980 Carrie Palmer Weber Jr. H.S. production of "Pippin".  Directed & Choreographed by Pamela Meadows.  Musical Direction by Philip Glover.  Assistant Director/Student Producer - Diana Bandfield.  March 21st - 22nd, 1980.  Port Washington, NY. 
Topic: Performing Arts
Port Washington Performing Arts
by Carrie Palmer Weber Jr. H.S.
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1980 Carrie Palmer Weber Jr. H.S. production of "Pippin". March 21st-22nd, 1980. Port Washington, NY. Directed by Pamela Meadows, Musical direction by Philip Glover, Ass't Director/Student Producer, Diana Bandfield.  Produced by Ronald T. Meadows.
Topic: Performing Arts
Port Washington Performing Arts
by Congregational Church of Manhasset
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1977 Congregational Church of Manhasset production of "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" program.
Topic: Performing Arts
Port Washington Performing Arts
by Congregational Church of Manhasset
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1977 - Congregational Church of Manhasset production of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown". April 1st, 1977. Port Washington, NY. Directed by Pamela Meadows. Assistant to the Director, Suzanne Hall.  Piano accompanist Judith Marshall.
Topic: Charlie Brown
Port Washington Performing Arts
by Congregational Church of Manhasset
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1978 Congregational Church of Manhasset production of "Babes In Arms". May 5th, 1978. Manhasset, NY. Dramatic director - Pamela Meadows. Musical director - Judith Marshall. Produced by Judith Marshall. Choreography by Pamela Meadows, Karen Lorence, Linda Doll, Jeremy Mann & Brian Hiller.
Topic: Performing Arts
Port Washington Performing Arts
by Congregational Church of Manhasset
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1978 Congregational Church of Manhasset production of "Babes In Arms". May 5th, 1978. Manhasset, NY. Dramatic director - Pamela Meadows. Musical director - Judith Marshall. Produced by Judith Marshall. Choreography by Pamela Meadows and Jeremy Mann.
Topic: Performing Arts
Emersons California Bar Review
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171
ITEMS
157,592
VIEWS
by Emerson Stafford
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Emerson Stafford's eight week course for preparing for the California Bar exam.
Topics: law lectures, legal terminology, California Bar Exam, law
Port Washington Performing Arts
by Frank Mazzilli
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Frank Mazzilli on the mandolin.  January 2nd, 1978.  Port Washington, NY.
Topic: Mandolin
Edith Kaphuka
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97
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2,673
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by Global Lives Project
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This is part of a 24-hour recording of a day in the life of Edith Kaphuka, a student from Ngwale Village, Zomba District, Malawi. She was 13 years old at the time of the shoot. Edith Kaphuka was a 13-year-old student at Domasi Mission Primary School in Zomba District, Malawi during her Global Lives Project shoot in 2007. The oldest of four girls, Edith has many responsibilities at her home in Ngwale Village, such as fetching water, cleaning the dishes, and gardening. Her little sister, Memory,...
Topics: globallivesproject, Global Lives Project, glp, globallives
Seunghwan Seo
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50
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3,345
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by Global Lives Project
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This is a 24-hour video recording of a day in the life of Seunghwan Seo, an employee of a company called Anyman which provides virtually any service for people all around Seoul. Seunghwan is an on-screen participant of the Global Lives Project featured in Lives in Transit from Seoul, South Korea. This video was produced by Sam Queen, Rachel Gist, Jee Young Lee, Michael Stulberg, Marisol Park, Nayoung Jung, Joel Elliott, and Cole Quinlan. This video is part of the Global Lives Project, a video...
Topic: global lives project
Muttu Kumar
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81
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2,919
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by Global Lives Project
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This is part of a 24-hour recording of a day in the life of Muttu Kumar, a postcard seller and tour guide from Hampi, India. He was 18 years old at the time of the shoot. Despite leaving school at age twelve due to financial constraints, Muttu Kumar speaks Hindi, Kannada, English, and a fair bit of French. These skills are central to his work as a tour guide and postcard salesman in Hampi, India where the architectural achievements of the Vijaynagar Empire have been declared a UNESCO World...
Topics: globallivesproject, Global Lives Project, glp, globallives
James Bullock
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15
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932
VIEWS
by Global Lives Project
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This is part of a 24-hour recording of a day in the life of James Bullock, a cable car drive in San Francisco, California. He was 56 at the time of the shoot. James Bullock was born in North Carolina, but grew up in Virginia. Both his parents were factory workers. James moved to San Diego in 1968 to serve as a medic in the Marine Corps. He then shifted to San Francisco in 1971, where he married his wife Nina, a construction forewoman. James has worked in public transportation for more than 30...
Topics: globallivesproject, Global Lives Project, glp, globallives
Ivan Montano
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49
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3,120
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by Global Lives Project
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This is part of a 24-hour recording of a day in the life of Ivan Montaño, a horse-cart driver and tailor from Cali, Colombia. This video was produced by Claudia Quigua, Diego Eraso, Carlos A. Sanchez, Nelson Gomez, Carlos H Tofiño, Daniel F. Gomez, and Harvey Paz. This video is part of the Global Lives Project, a video library of life experience. For more information please visit globallives.org .
Topic: global lives
Lara Aragon
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51
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3,482
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by Global Lives Project
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This is a 24-hour video recording of a day in the life of Lara Aragon, a traveling clown and on-screen participant featured in Lives in Transit from Magaluf, Spain. This video was produced by Mara Pérez, Chino Saavedra, Pablo Barrientos, Paromita Dhar, and Carlos Rodríguez. This video is part of the Global Lives Project, a video library of life experience. For more information please visit www.globallives.org .
Topic: global lives project
Pierre Vallee
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53
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3,520
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by Global Lives Project
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This is part of a 24-hour recording of a day in the life of Pierre Vallee, a boat pilot living in Trois Rivières in the province of Quebec, Canada. This video was produced by Karen Vanderborght, Catherine Genest, Rébecca Lavoie, Ariane Lorrain, Marianne Ploska, Patrick Pearce, and Yanie Dupont-Hébert. This video is part of the Global Lives Project, a video library of life experience. For more information please visit globallives.org .
Topic: global lives
Dusan Lazic
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46
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1,565
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by Global Lives Project
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This is part of a 24-hour recording of a day in the life of Dusan Lazic, a beekeeper and retired engineer from Vojka, Serbia. He was 57 years old at the time of the shoot. Dusan Lazic turned to beekeeping in 2004 after having difficulty finding work as an engineer. He lives in Vojka, Serbia. Born in 1942, he has experienced firsthand many of the tumultuous events that have shaped modern East European history, including the rise and fall of communism, the Yugoslav wars, and Serbian independence....
Topics: globallivesproject, Global Lives Project, glp, globallives
Jamila Jad
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102
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5,748
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by Global Lives Project
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This is part of a 24-hour recording of a day in the life of Jamila Jad, an elementary school student from Beirut, Lebanon. She was 9 years old at the time of the shoot. Born from a Lebanese mother and a Palestinian father, Jamila Jad inherited the nationality of her father. She is one of 400,000 officially registered Palestinian refugees in Lebanon. Jamila was born and raised in Shatila refugee camp in Beirut, where she attends public school and dreams of becoming a doctor. The oldest of four...
Topics: globallivesproject, Global Lives Project, glp, globallives
Rael Feliciano
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94
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2,806
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by Global Lives Project
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This is part of a 24-hour recording of a day in the life of Rael Feliciano, a hip-hop singer and city permit inspector. He was 23 years old at the time of the shoot. Better known as Rael, Israel Feliciano was born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil. At the time of his GLP shoot in 2006, he was an emerging hip-hop artist who paid the bills working as a city permit inspector. Rael has been a performer since childhood, when he and his brother would break dance in the city center and at school...
Topics: globallivesproject, Global Lives Project, glp, globallives
Rumi Nagashima
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83
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6,747
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by Global Lives Project
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This is part of a 24-hour recording of a day in the life of Rumi Nagashima, a college student and girl scout troop leader from Tokyo, Japan. She was 22 years old at the time of the shoot. Rumi Nagashima was born in 1984 in Higashi-Koganei, a suburb of Tokyo, Japan. At the time of the Global Lives Project shoot, she was about to graduate from Atomi University with a degree in Management Studies, and had a job lined-up with Fujitsu as a systems engineer. Due to an accident in 2005, she lost the...
Topics: globallivesproject, Global Lives Project, glp, globallives
Dadah
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2,463
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by Global Lives Project
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This is part of a 24-hour recording of a day in the life of Dadah, a farmer from Sarimukti Village, Indonesia. She was 32 years old at the time of the shoot. Dadah is a mother of three from Sarimukti, a Sundanese village in the highlands of West Java. She and her husband are farm workers on a state-owned plantation that dates back to Dutch colonial days. They are practicing Muslims and active members of the Pasundan Farmers' Union, which lobbies for both land re-distribution among farmers and...
Topics: globallivesproject, Global Lives Project, glp, globallives
Kai Liu
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84
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1,937
VIEWS
by Global Lives Project
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This is part of a 24-hour recording of a day in the life of Kai Lui, a cafeteria food purchaser and convenience store manager from Anren, China. He was 37 years old at the time of the shoot. Kai Liu grew up in a small village in rural Sichuan, China. After marrying Delian, they migrated to Anren- a national key town 25 miles from the city of Chengdu- where they found work and lodging managing a convenience store. They have one daughter, and much of their resources are devoted to providing for...
Topics: globallivesproject, Global Lives Project, glp, globallives
Zhanna Dosmailova
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82
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2,187
VIEWS
by Global Lives Project
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This is part of a 24-hour recording of a day in the life of Zhanna Dosmailova, a child from Vannovka, Kazakhstan. She was 5 years old at the time of the shoot. Zhanna Dosmailova has grown up in an orphanage, though she is not an orphan herself. Her mother is the orphanage's director, and her father is its driver and maintenance manager. They live in Vannovka, Southern Kazakhstan, near the Tien Shan mountains. Five-year-old Zhanna and her two older brothers often play Wii and other games with...
Topics: globallivesproject, Global Lives Project, glp, globallives
Mingmar Lama
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51
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4,175
VIEWS
by Global Lives Project
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This is a 24-hour video recording of a day in the life of Mingmar Lama, a seasonal harvester of yartsa gumbu, or caterpillar fungus, and farmer. Mingmar is an on-screen participant featured in Lives in Transit from the Tsum Valley of Nepal. This video was produced by Rinzin Lama, Andrew Mahlstedt, Dawa Yakpa, Yog Shakya, Tenzin Norbu, Ravi Shrestha, Karma Ghale, Santa Bahadur Tamang, Arjun Magar, Tenzin Norbu, Thepe Tamang, Maila Tamang, Santosh, Jit Bahadur Gurung, and Kancha Tamang. This...
Topic: global lives project
Mathematics - Hamid Naderi Yeganeh (Video)
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90
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13,680
VIEWS
by Hamid Naderi Yeganeh
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Mathematics - Hamid Naderi Yeganeh (Image) Mathematics - Hamid Naderi Yeganeh Mathematical Concepts Illustrated by Hamid Naderi Yeganeh The art of Hamid Naderi Yeganeh Hamid Naderi Yeganeh Sample Videos
Topics: mathematics, geometry, math, maths, video
Port Washington Performing Arts
by Harbor Theater Company
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1985 Harbor Theater Company production of "Chicago".  Directed by Robert Raduazzo.  Musical Direction by Brian Hiller.  Produced by Nick Scandalios.  Technical Producer - Ronald T. Meadows.  Assistant Producer - Jordan Hampton.  Port Washington, NY.  August 4th, 1985.
Topic: Performing Arts
Port Washington Performing Arts
by Harbor Theater Company
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1986 Harbor Theater Company production of "Evita".  Directed & Choreographed by Brian Hiller.  Musical Direction by Steven Cahn.  Produced by Nick Scandalios.  Technical Producer - Ronald T. Meadows.  Port Washington, NY.
Topic: Performing Arts
Port Washington Performing Arts
by Huntington Choral Society
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Huntington Choral Society's spring concert, "Broadway". April 26th, 2014.  Huntington, New York.
Topics: Huntington Choral Society, Choral
Port Washington Performing Arts
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The Huntington Choral Society's winter concert. American Reflections - The Winter Solstice. December 14th, 2013.  Huntington, New York.
Topics: Huntington Choral Society, Choral
Jewish Women's Archive - Katrina's Jewish Voices
by Jewish Women's Archive
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An Oral History narrated by Estaban Gershanik on July 24, 2007, conducted by Rosalind Hinton for a joint project by the Jewish Women's Archive partnered with the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life (ISJL). For more information, see katrina.jwa.org/about#about-oral-history
Topics: New Orleans, Jewish Women's Archive, Institute of Southern Jewish Life, Oral History, Estaban...
Jewish Women's Archive – Weaving Women's Words
by Jewish Women's Archive
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A pioneer in residential real estate, Fiola Blum founded a thriving company that bears her name in an era when few women were successful real estate entrepreneurs. Born in Baltimore in 1911, Fiola married her husband, Jimmy, in 1930. After moving with their two sons, James, Jr. and Harry, into a custombuilt home in Northwest Baltimore, she started her professional life as a "kitchen broker." She worked for several real estate agencies before going into business with her husband in...
Topics: Women real estate agents --Maryland --Baltimore, Real covenants --Maryland --Baltimore, World War...
Jewish Women's Archive – Weaving Women's Words
by Jewish Women's Archive
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Oral historian Elaine Eff interviewed Elsbeth Levy Bothe on September 14 and 21, and on October 22 2001 at her home in Baltimore, Maryland as part of the Weaving Women's Words project. Early influences in Elsbeth Levy Bothe’s life included her extended Hamburger family and their retail men’s clothing business, and her attendance at the progressive Park School, from which she graduated in 1945. She describes how areas of Pikesville and Baltimore corresponded with religious affiliation and...
Topics: Lawyers, Sex discrimination against women, Judges, Civil rights, Criminal law, American Civil...
Jewish Women's Archive – Weaving Women's Words
by Jewish Women's Archive
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Oral historian Marcie Cohen Ferris interviewed Ruth Finkelstein on August 30, 2001 in Baltimore MD as part of the "Weaving Women's Words" project. Dr. Ruth Finkelstein, beloved doctor for generations of Baltimore women, promoted women's health and reproductive rights over a career that spanned half a century. Born in 1909, Ruth was raised in the Bronx and attended the Jacobi School, a private academy for Jewish girls. With her father's strong support, despite limited financial means,...
Topics: Baltimore, womens health, reproductive rights, obstetrics, planned parenthood
Jewish Women's Archive – Weaving Women's Words
by Jewish Women's Archive
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Oral historian Elaine Eff interviewed Shoshana Shoubin Cardin on August 30, September 4 and 7, and October 3, 2001 at her home in Baltimore County, Maryland as part of the Jewish Women’s Archive "Weaving Women's Words" project. Known by presidents and prime ministers, Shoshana Shoubin Cardin has achieved iconic status in the world of international Jewish diplomacy. The daughter of chalutzim (pioneers), Shoshana was born in 1926 in Palestine and came to the United States a year...
Topics: Halutzim, Jewish international diplomacy, pioneer, Zionist, Labor Zionism
Jewish Women's Archive – Weaving Women's Words
by Jewish Women's Archive
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Marcie Cohen Ferris interviewed Rosalie Silber Abrams on May 24, 2001 at her home in Baltimore, Maryland as part of the Weaving Women's Words project.  Abrams, an advocate of progressive health measures, was born in Baltimore, the daughter of Isaac and Dora Silber. Her parents owned Silber's Bakery. Rosalie graduated from Western High School and enrolled at Sinai Hospital School of Nursing. After serving as a nurse during WW II, she married William Abrams, a real estate broker in Baltimore,...
Topics: Maryland--Politics and government, Public welfare, Civic leaders, Legislators, Nurses, Political...
Jewish Women's Archive – Weaving Women's Words
by Jewish Women's Archive
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Marcie Cohen Ferris interviewed Rose Pines Cohen on April 24, 2001 in Baltimore, Maryland as part of the Weaving Women's Words project. Born in 1911 into a family with deep rabbinic roots, Rose Pines Cohen was raised, after the early death of her mother, by her grandparents in Lithuania. She and her siblings were reunited with their father in Baltimore in 1922, where Rose continued her Hebrew and Judaic studies in the Talmud Torah schools of South Baltimore. By her early teens, Rose began...
Topics: Beth Yehuda Hebrew School, Judaic studies, Talmud Torah of South Baltimore, Education, Planned...
TED Talks
by John Hauser
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This spreadsheet is an index to the tedtalks collection on Internet Archive showing derived MPEG2 duration/run time as well as other metadata about individual items. Useful for determining which tedtalks can be fit into a 30 or 60 minute programming block.
Topics: TedTalks, Index
TED Talks
by John Hauser
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This spreadsheet is an index to the tedtalks collection on Internet Archive showing derived MPEG2 duration/run time as well as other metadata about individual items. Useful for determining which tedtalks can be fit into a 30 or 60 minute programming block.
Topics: TedTalks, Index
TED Talks
by John Hauser
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eye 876
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This spreadsheet is an index to the tedtalks collection on Internet Archive showing derived MPEG2 duration/run time as well as other metadata about individual items. Useful for determining which tedtalks can be fit into a 30 or 60 minute programming block.
Topics: TedTalks, Index
TED Talks
by John Hauser
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This spreadsheet is an index to the tedtalks collection on Internet Archive showing derived MPEG2 duration/run time as well as other metadata about individual items. Useful for determining which tedtalks can be fit into a 30 or 60 minute programming block.
Topics: TedTalks, Index
TED Talks
by John Hauser
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This spreadsheet is an index to the tedtalks collection on Internet Archive showing derived MPEG2 duration/run time as well as other metadata about individual items. Useful for determining which tedtalks can be fit into a 30 or 60 minute programming block.
Topics: TedTalks, Index
TED Talks
by John Hauser
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This spreadsheet is an index to the tedtalks collection on Internet Archive showing derived MPEG2 duration/run time as well as other metadata about individual items. Useful for determining which tedtalks can be fit into a 30 or 60 minute programming block.
Topics: TedTalks, Index
TED Talks
by John Hauser
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This spreadsheet is an index to the tedtalks collection on Internet Archive showing derived MPEG2 duration/run time as well as other metadata about individual items. Useful for determining which tedtalks can be fit into a 30 or 60 minute programming block.
Topics: TedTalks, Index
TED Talks
by John Hauser
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This spreadsheet is an index to the tedtalks collection on Internet Archive showing derived MPEG2 duration/run time as well as other metadata about individual items. Useful for determining which tedtalks can be fit into a 30 or 60 minute programming block.
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Topics: TedTalks, Index
Port Washington Performing Arts
by John Philip Sousa Junior High School
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1972 audio recording from the John Philip Sousa yearbook.  Port Washington, NY.
Topic: Yearbook
Port Washington Performing Arts
by John Philip Sousa Junior High School
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1972 Sousarama Yearbook.  John Philip Sousa Junior High School.  Port Washington, NY.  Yearbook staff:  Anthony Dioguardi, Harlan Greenman, Joanne Yaiullo, Steve Pick, Rosemary Faiella, Marty Fallor, Lisa Barnett, Debbie Rosenthal, Jeffrey Schreiber, Ben Chen and Jill King.  Faculty advisors:  Elaine Ré and Ronald Costello.
Topic: John Philip Sousa Junior High School
Port Washington Performing Arts
by John Philip Sousa Junior High School
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1973 Sousarama Yearbook.  John Philip Sousa Junior High School.  Port Washington, NY.  Yearbook staff:  Liz Morrison, Andrea LoPinto, Linda Matalon, Tina Prudente, Shari Sindel, Herman Rios, Robert Rovira, Leslie Wheeler, Jane Barnet, Cathy Hausman, Nancy Higer, Naomi Rosen, Mindy Toubel, Jackie Jones, Joanne Jones, Karen Marantz, Nancy Korobkin, Charlene Cimaglia, Mark Mastrocinque, Michael Joseph, Elaine Moran, Chris Salemi.   Faculty advisor:  Mr. Joseph Caruso.
Topic: John Philip Sousa Junior High School
Port Washington Performing Arts
by Mark Mastrocinque
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Presentation of Play Troupe's 90th year retrospective.  April 13th, 2018.  Port Washington Public Library.
Topic: Port Washington Play Troupe
Aditya Mahendra Raval, from the Class of 1998, is the State Department producer for ABC News. On 9-11, he was sent to cover the attack at the Pentagon. He served as an associate producer for the Justice Department beat specializing in covering civil liberties in the aftermath of the terrorist attack. In the run-up to the war in Iraq, he was sent to Cairo, Egypt to report on the Arab viewpoint. During the actual war, he was stationed at US Central Command Headquarters in Doha, Qatar reporting...
Topics: International relations, Diplomacy, United States, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
Middlebury Special Collections
by Middlebury College
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Peck talks about his new book, and provides a picture of Jewish life and culture in Germany since reunification. Jeffrey Peck is Professor of Community, Culture and Technology at Georgetown University and a senior Fellow-in-Residence at the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies. Middlebury College. Rohatyn Center for International Affairs Middlebury College. Dept. of Religion Hillel Cook Commons
Topics: Jews, German Jews, Identity, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive
by Middlebury College
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James L. Kugel delivers the 2010 Hannah A. Quint Lecture in Jewish Studies on reading and interpreting the Bible
Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Bible, Religion, Literature, Hannah A. Quint Lecture in Jewish Studies
Middlebury Special Collections
by Middlebury College
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What has been termed the global religious revival has been broadly perceived as proving that religious identity is more powerful than national identity. A broad comparative analysis suggests that this perception of the two forms of group identity as opposed and weighted in favor of religion is overdrawn: it suggests that the religious revival has operated primarily within the confines of national groups and that even so-called universal religions, such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, and...
Topics: Religion, Sociology, Nation-states, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
Middlebury Special Collections
by Middlebury College
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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.
Middlebury Special Collections
by Middlebury College
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Nuovo's lecture explores the ways in which John Locke's religious outlook influenced how he thought about politics and toleration, in particular with respect to his notion of the law of nature and its unusual rigor, and the limits of toleration. Nuovo discusses the ways in which Locke's religious motives combined with other more worldly ones in his thinking on these themes and, more broadly, how these relate to his frequently repeated characterization of himself as a lover of truth and as a...
Topics: Locke, John, 1632-1704, Philosophy, Religion, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
Middlebury Special Collections
by Middlebury College
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Interview with Toni Morrison conducted by Bob Buckeye
Topics: Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, Middlebury College, Morrison, Toni, Interviews, African American...
Source: f8af19770824-01
Middlebury Special Collections
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The speakers discuss the situation of women in Afghanistan, the emergence of women as a political force, and the challenges to implementing the equal rights status in the new constitution, which Gailani helped to write. Gailani, chairperson of the Afghan Red Crescent Society, served as a delegate to the Emergency Loya Jirga -- The Grand Council -- of 2002, a gathering that elected Hamid Karzai as the President of Transitional Government of Afghanistan. Nirschel, founder of the Initiative to...
Topics: Women, Afghanistan, Politics, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive
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Marcie Cohen Ferris delivers the 2005-2006 Hannah A. Quint Lecture in Jewish Studies. 
Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, American food, Jewish culture, American South
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Bleich argues that Muslims have been constructed as ethno-racial outsiders in Western Europe over the past twenty years. Although the term "Muslim" was scarcely applied to immigrant communities in the decades following World War Two, the late 1980s and then the early 21st century marked two significant turning points in European conceptions of Muslims. He also argues that this construction of images was a political process, with media, political, and civic elites contributing to...
Topics: Muslims, Ethnic relations, Islam, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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Arthur Hertzberg delivers the inaugural Hannah A. Quint Lecture in Jewish Studies, examining the historical context that continues to form the religious and political atmosphere of the Middle East. In particular, he presents the Jewish and the Arab response to the Balfour Declaration of 1917. Hertzberg argues that progress toward peace in the Middle East would come only through agreements reached by means of intervention by the superpowers.
Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Arab nationalism, Jewish nationalism, Israel, Middle East --...
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Research in occult practices actually revived during the Enlightenment. Using a segment of a book he is in the process of writing, Monod explores the reasons for occultism's positive image during this time period. Paul Monod is A. Barton Hepburn Professor of History at Middlebury College. This is his inaugural lecture. Filmed as a video; this is the audio portion only.
Topics: Enlightenment, Occultism, Gnosticism, Lectures, Middlebury College
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
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An explanation of the strategic and political issues surrounding Iran's nuclear program, and the U.S. response. Farhang is an Iranian-born author and former diplomat. He served as revolutionary Iran's first ambassador to the United Nations and worked as a mediator in the early months of the Iran-Iraq war. Middlebury College. Rohatyn Center for International Affairs
Topics: Nuclear nonproliferation, Nuclear nonproliferation--Goverment policy, Iran, Lectures, Middlebury...
Source: Digital Lecture Archive, Middlebury College Special Collections, Middlebury, Vt.
Susannah Heschel delivers the 2007 Hannah A. Quint  Lecture in Jewish Studies.
Topics: Middlebury College, Lectures, Religion, Theology, Christianity, Drama, Jewish studies, Hannah A....
Martian Dust Devil, imaged by Mars Reconnaissance orbiter; 04 April 2012. By National Aeronautics and Space Laboratory (NASA); Public Domain as Published and Funded by the United States Government. The digital text was created by Gerard Arthus and is in the Public Domain under the Creative Commons License; there is no copyright notice or registration filed for this document. http://OpenEducation.org Go to the above site to find out more about the digitization of this item and the on-going...
Topics: garthus, garthus1, astronomy, hubble telescope, nasa, andromeda galaxy, 2012
Gerard Arthus - NASA Images, Videos, and Documents; A Collection
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Image of the Andromeda Galaxy taken from the Hubble Satellite; 06 January 2015. By National Aeronautics and Space Laboratory (NASA); Public Domain as Published and Funded by the United States Government. The digital text was created by Gerard Arthus and is in the Public Domain under the Creative Commons License; there is no copyright notice or registration filed for this document. http://OpenEducation.org Go to the above site to find out more about the digitization of this item and the on-going...
Topics: garthus, garthus1, astronomy, hubble telescope, nasa, andromeda galaxy, 2015
Gerard Arthus - Books and Items
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'Moment Of Inertia And Damping Of Fluid In Tanks Undergoing Pitching Oscillations', NACA (National Advisory Committee For Aeronautics) Research Memorandum, RM L53E01a. Published by NACA. 11 June 1953. Dimensions are:  199 millimeters width by 263 millimeters height, weight 41.4 grams, and 14 pages. This Digital work was created by Gerard Arthus and is in the Public Domain under the Creative Commons License. Any questions regarding this item should be directed to garthus801@gmail .com For more...
Topics: garthus, garthus1, infoportal, NACA, research memorandum, aeronautics, RML53E01a, 1953
Gerard Arthus - Books and Items
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'A Transonic Wind-Tunnel Investigation Of The Longitudnal Stability And Control Characteristics Of A 0.09-Scale Model Of The Bell X-5 Research Airplane And Comparison With Flight', NACA (National Advisory Committee For Aeronautics) Research Memorandum, RM L53H18, by Ralph P. Bielat and George S. Campbell. Published by NACA. 28 October 1953. Dimensions are:  199 millimeters width by 263 millimeters inches height, weight 167.5 grams, and 70 pages. This Digital work was created by Gerard Arthus...
Topics: garthus, garthus1, infoportal, NACA, research memorandum, aeronautics, RML53E01a, 1953
Northern Illinois University Digital Library
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Materials in this collection are contributed by the Northern Illinois University Digital Library. Materials include interview clips with scholars on a variety of topics relevant to American History, as well as digitized books and other documents from our Rare Books & Special Collections department.
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Ohlone Profiles Project
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The Ohlone Profiles Project was created in 2008 to support Ohlone culture in the city of San Francisco. The Ohlone are the indigenous people of the San Francisco Bay, south of the main channel. The largest Ohlone group descends from Ohlone who left  San Francisco when Mission Dolores closed in 1834. Ohlone culture has revived during the last thirty years, but rarely in San Francisco. The Ohlone Profiles Project recognized an opportunity to work with cultural leaders to host a cycle of...
Topics: Ohlone, Native American, Bay Area, video
Pankaj Oudhia’s talk on local uses of Alien Invasive weed Lantana camara developed by natives specially Traditional Healers. The talk is in Hindi. About Audio Bank Project Audio Bank on Biodiversity and Traditional Healing Project started from year 1990 and at present there are Audio Files of several Thousands hours. This project is focused on Pankaj Oudhia’s work on Biodiversity and Traditional Healing. The Audio Files are in English, Hindi and Chhattisgarhi. Hundreds of interviews with...
Topics: Biodiversity, Talk by Pankaj Oudhia, Ethnobotany, Medicinal Plants of India, Audio Bank Project,...
Pankaj Oudhia’s talk based on his visit to Kanha National Park (Tiger Reserve), Madhya Pradesh (Meri Kanha Yatra series). The talk is in Hindi. About Audio Bank Project Audio Bank on Biodiversity and Traditional Healing Project started from year 1990 and at present there are Audio Files of several Thousands hours. This project is focused on Pankaj Oudhia’s work on Biodiversity and Traditional Healing. The Audio Files are in English, Hindi and Chhattisgarhi. Hundreds of interviews with...
Topics: Biodiversity, Talk by Pankaj Oudhia, Ethnobotany, Medicinal Plants of India, Audio Bank Project,...