1. J. Michael Straczynski: The Julius Schwartz Lecture


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    The 2009 Julius Schwartz Lecture speaker featured transmedia creator J. Michael Straczynski, who has most recently entered the motion picture arena, writing the period drama Changeling for Clint Eastwood…

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    • How the Humanities Help Us Understand Economic Behavior


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      2012 ACLS Annual Meeting American Council of Learned Societies Philadelphia, PA, May 11 Sewell Chan, The New York Times, moderator Alexander J. Field, Santa Clara University Jonathan Levy,…

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      • 2012 How the Humanities Help Us Understand Economic Behavior


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        Sewell Chan, Deputy Editor, Op-Ed/Sunday Review, The New York Times, moderator Alexander J. Field, Michael and Mary Orradre Professor of Economics, Santa Clara University Jonathan Levy, Assistant…

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        • Session Four of the 2007 Autonomy Singularity Creativity conference


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          Session Four of the 2007 Autonomy Singularity Creativity conference, hosted by the National Humanities Center. Speakers include Robert Sapolsky, Magaret Boden, and Joseph Carroll.

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          • How to Get a Postdoc Session 2: The Postdoc Application and Selection Processes


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            November 2, 2012 Panelists discuss how the selection process for postdocs works and strategies for the application process. Panelists include: Cynthia Verba, Director of Fellowships, Harvard University Yuree…

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            • Online Annotation and the Future of Reading


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              Using the tools of online textual annotation -- the platform Rap Genius, its spinoff site Poetry Genius, or MIT's own Annotation Studio -- readers can collaborate on annotating or interpreting…

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              • 2012 Fellows Symposium - [Im]migration and Movement: People, Ideas, and Social Worlds


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                Today’s politically charged attention to immigration suggests that it is primarily a matter of protecting borders and controlling the entry of “aliens.” Other aspects of the concept…

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                • The (Technological) University We Could Be For


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                  Panelists: Geof Bowker, Informatics, UC Irvine; Beth Coleman, Comparative Media Studies, MIT; Johanna Drucker, Information Studies, UCLA; Christopher Newfield, English, UC Santa Barbara; and Nishant…

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                  • Humanities Now: Perspectives across Cultures Lecture 1 in a Series by Professor Leo Ou-fan Lee


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                    Lecture 1. Confusions of Pleasure: the Crisis of Humanities under Globalization - Exploring new humanistic approach to everyday life in today’s globalized world of commodity culture. The renowned…

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                    • ASU and the Digital Humanities


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                      Recognizing the continued impact that digital resources, tools, and methodological practices are having within all facets of humanities research and instruction, the Institute for Humanities Research…

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