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Updated August 2020
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The British Studies program at the University of Texas at Austin was created in 1975. For more than thirty years the program has sponsored public lectures in English literature, history, and government, and has conducted a weekly seminar called the Faculty Seminar on British Studies that includes faculty members, graduate students, undergraduates, and members of the Austin community.
 
CREECA’s mission is to support research, teaching, and outreach on Russia, Eastern and Central Europe, and Central Asia. We approach this three-part mission by promoting faculty research across a range of disciplines; by supporting graduate and undergraduate teaching and training related to the region; and by serving as a community resource through outreach activities targeted to K-12 teachers and students, other institutions of higher education, and the general public. As a U.S. Department ...
 
The Aquinas College Lecture Series offers the Nashville community the opportunity to learn from respected leaders from within the College and from all over the country. Each semester, the lectures cover a variety of topics pertaining to Christian culture, ranging from literature and the arts to successful parenting and Christian devotional practices. The lectures are free and open to the public.
 
The Harmsworth Professorship was established by the 1st Viscount Rothermere in memory of his son Vyvyan, who died in the First World War. The Professorship makes Oxford unique among British universities by every year enabling a distinguished American historian to spend a year in Oxford teaching, researching and leading seminars. Inaugurated in 1922, the Professorship has been held by many of America's most eminent historians and is tenable on a year-long basis. Since 2001, Professors have be ...
 
Natalia designs and facilitates leadership and personal development sessions. She creates tools from several modalities that get you immediate results, drawing from her work at GE and her experience in business performance and innovation, and her background in Neuroscience and Organizational Psychology. Follow her on LinkedIn to access additional materials.
 
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Sir Harry Talbot Gibbs PC AC GCMC QC served as a Justice of the High Court of Australia for more than 16 years (1970–87), rising to the office of Chief Justice from 1981 to 1987. As a judge of exemplary ability and integrity, with no political affiliations, Sir Harry Gibbs played a key role in maintaining public confidence in the High Court during …
 
CESSI Alumni Research Panel with Nick Seay and Laura Tourtellotte“Reaping the Benefits of the Harvest: Towards an Applied Approach of your Central Asian Language Skills” Speaker: Nick SeayNick Seay shares some of his research experiences, specifically as they relate to working with the Tajik language. He then shifts the conversation to talk more co…
 
Dr. Christopher Chan presents an Introduction to Mechanical Ventilation by first defining respiratory physiology and indications for mechanical ventilation. He then presents the initial parameters/modes of ventilation as well as supportive care. After, Dr. Chan discusses troubleshooting the vent, weaning, successful liberation from the vent, and fi…
 
Dr. Madina Djuraeva talks about her 8-year long research on multilingualism among Central Asian young adults. She shares her fieldwork experience in both Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan where she collected narrative data from over 60 student participants. Dr. Djuraeva also shares a number of her key research findings around the themes of morality, belong…
 
“An Uzbek Patron and the Limits of Eurasian Power” - Morgan Liu (The Ohio State University)Can the rich and powerful (“elites”) make society a better place? How can they transform structural problems and are there limits to what elites can accomplish for the common good? I present a case from Jalal-Abad, Kyrgyzstan where an Uzbek grand patron claim…
 
Dr. Lorrel E.B. Toft returns to the University of Louisville to deliver a much needed Boards Review on Cardiology. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at the end of the lecture. For more information, see our citation page. Disclaimers ©2016 LouisvilleLectures.org…
 
Dr. Lorrel Brown presents a quick Cards Board Review for residents at the University of Louisville. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at the end of the lecture. For more information, see our citation page. Disclaimers ©2016 LouisvilleLectures.org…
 
In this episode Professor Warren Swain examines Lord Mansfield and his influence in developing the common law to meet the growing needs of commercial practice. In particular, his judgments shaped the law in relation to bills of exchange, marine insurance and intellectual property and he drew upon equitable concepts to create the groundwork for the …
 
Barrister, legal scholar, parliamentarian, and judge, Sir Edward Coke (1552–1634) was at the very centre of some of the most dramatic moments in England's legal history including the trials of the Earl of Essex (1600), Sir Walter Raleigh (1603) and the conspirators in the Gunpowder Plot (1605). His outspoken conduct as a Member of Parliament soon l…
 
https://archive.org/download/LowTechLecture-02-005/OccasionalLectures-002-CarbonGardening-09Feb20.mp3 Low Tech Lecture, 02-005 – 09 Feb 2020 The Best Plants to Grow to Combat Carbon Emissions A lecture delivered by Scott Johnson at the 2020 Wisconsin Garden Expo. Slideshow: CarbonGardeningSlideshow https://lowtechinstitute.org/ Subscribe on iTunes,…
 
The appointment of Thomas William McCawley to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 1917 was a decision destined to provoke controversy. The challenge to his appointment was based on what were called 'purely legal and constitutional grounds', but personal motives, partisan manoeuvring and ideological goals were never far from the surface. The case was…
 
Dr. Laura Bishop presents the COVID-19 Series. In part one, she discusses the background of COVID-19 from virology, to epidemiology and symptoms. Stay tuned for Part Two where she discusses clinical care. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at the end of the lecture. For…
 
Darren Henley OBE is Chief Executive of the Arts Council England. He has led two independent reviews into music and cultural education which resulted in England’s first National Plan for Music Education, new networks of Music Education Hubs, Cultural Education Partnerships and Heritage Schools, the Museums and Schools programme, the BFI Film Academ…
 
Paula Marantz Cohen DREXEL UNIVERSITY How can decline in enrollments in the humanities be explained? Nationwide in recent years estimates of the drop in liberal arts majors range from one-fourth to one-third of those in English, history, government, philosophy and other traditional subjects. English departments have been hit especially hard. One st…
 
Aaron Pratt HARRY RANSOM CENTER Before the publication of Shakespeare’s First Folio in 1623 and the efforts of subsequent editors and critics, England’s printed playbooks were considered “riff raff,” connected more with the world of London’s popular theaters than with what we might think of as “capital-L” Literature. Or so we have been told. This l…
 
Dr. Forest Arnold's focuses on summarizing the extent of human coronaviruses, risk factors, and the clinical presentation of patients with coronavirus to the extent known. He then identifies the current infection prevention and control approach, as well as clinical management and future directions. Some items in this lecture may have come from the …
 
Janice Lee is a Korean-American writer, artist, and editor. She writes about the filmic long take, slowness, interspecies communication, plants & personhood, the apocalypse, architectural spaces, inherited trauma, and the concept of han in Korean culture, and asks the question, how do we hold space open while maintaining intimacy? She is the author…
 
Tancred Bradshaw LONDON One of the surprises of Britain’s withdrawal from the Middle East was the successful creation of the United Arab Emirates in 1971. Tancred Bradshaw will discuss the critical role played by Sir William Luce, previously Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Aden Colony, in that transition. Luce was responsible for establishin…
 
Dr. Rodrigo Cavallazzi presents Part Two of his Critical Care Medicine Board Review with the topics below: - Myxedema Coma - Thyroid Storm - Thyroid Function in Non-Thyroidal Illness - Delirium - Sepsis - Protocolized Sedation and Spontaneous Breathing Trial - ICU-Acquired Weakness - Post-intensive Care Syndrome - Chronic Critical Illness Some item…
 
https://archive.org/download/LowTechLecture-02-004/OccasionalLectures-002-HistoryOfGardening-07Feb20.mp3 Low Tech Lecture, 02-004 – 07 Feb 2020 The History of Gardening: Society’s Original Social Safety Net A lecture delivered by Scott Johnson at the 2020 Wisconsin Garden Expo. Slideshow: GardenHistory-GE2020 https://lowtechinstitute.org/ Subscribe…
 
Philip Goad is the Gough Whitlam and Malcolm Fraser Visiting Professor of Australian Studies (AY2019-20) at Harvard University and Chair of Architecture and Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor at the University of Melbourne. He was trained as an architect and gained his PhD in architectural history at the University of Melbourne where he has taug…
 
Dr. Rodrigo Cavallazzi presents Part One of his Critical Care Medicine Board Review with the topics below: - Lactic Acidosis - Hyponatremia - Hypernatremia - Drug Poisoning - Cyanide Toxicity - Carbon Monoxide Toxicity - Methemoglobinemia - Hypothermia Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been…
 
https://archive.org/download/LowTechLecture-02-003/OccasionalLectures-003-BeekeepingForGardeners-07Feb20.mp3 Low Tech Lecture, 02-003 – 07 Feb 2020 Beginning Beekeeping for Gardeners A lecture delivered by Scott Johnson at the 2020 Wisconsin Garden Expo. Slideshow: BeginningBeekeeping https://lowtechinstitute.org/ Subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, …
 
Dr. Mark Burns presents "Ebola" by first discussing the history and transmission of Ebola. He then explains the term "person under investigation" as well as how to control the spread of Ebola. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at the end of the lecture. For more inform…
 
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