1. The Empathy Gene: Are We Really Born Good or Evil?

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    • Van Gogh's Untold Journey

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      William Havlicek graduated from Claremont Graduate University in 2006 with a PhD in Philosophy. William J. Havlicek's new and revealing book is based largely on Vincent van Gogh’s astonishing letters of which over 900 exist. This important work—the result of over 15 years of research—provides new insight into the artist's true character nurtured from his abiding faith, the influence of family, and the tender solicitude he felt for mankind. Havlicek's book holds some compelling revelations, among them the role played by Johanna van Gogh-Bonger, his sister-in-law, without whom little of the inimitable Vincent would ever have been known; and the artist's vicarious relationship with Charles Dickens. But perhaps most revealing is Havlicek's discovery of how the inspired words of Victor Hugo, embodied in one of his characters in Les Misérables, gave Van Gogh the idea for one of his most celebrated paintings of all The Starry Night. This particular revelation is sure to astound the art world. The book also dispels much of the myth that has come to surround Vincent’s tumultuous life. In the words of the author, the book illuminates instead “...an unknown, adventurous, deeply compassionate man whose essence seems to have been lost in the dramatic and often apocryphal stories surrounding his illness and early death. My effort is to resurrect an unknown aspect of Vincent—one that is even heroic and certainly praiseworthy...”.

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      • Robert Zappulla, Midday Music at Mudd

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        Miday Music at Mudd Harpsichord Music of Four Nations works by Byrd, Frescobaldi, L. Couperin, and Froberger preformed by CGU Professor Robert Zappulla, Department Chair; Fred W. Smith and Grace Hobson Smith Chair in Music Dec. 15, 2009

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        • Strong Moves: The Claremont Long Beach Math Collaborative

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          In the summer of 2011, a group of high-school bound African-American boys from North Long Beach arrived on the campus of the Claremont Colleges for a month-long math-intensive program. This film, winner of a CINE Golden Eagle award, profiles the program and the hopes and dreams of its founders and participants. Contact us at www.mcmillenmedia.com for information about how to donate to the CLB Math Collaborative.

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          • Interview w/Ali Behdad, Part 1: Experiencing the Journey

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            culture critique journal and the cultural studies program at Claremont Graduate University present, Orientalism in Image and Text: An Interview in Three Parts with Ali Behdad at the Getty Institute Part 1: Experiencing the Journey Filmed and Edited by Tamar Salibian Interviewed by Andrew Long

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            • Session 1 - Joshua Madson, "A Nonviolent Reading of the Book of Mormon"

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              "War and Peace in Modern Times: Mormon Perspectives." Held at Claremont Graduate University, March 18-19 2011.

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              • An Introduction To The School Of Community And Global Health

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                To promote ongoing research efforts and training programs, California Academic Media Services produced this video for the newly formed School of Community and Global Health at Claremont Graduate University. Phone: 818-583-7201 Email: info@ca-media-services.com Website: www.california-academic-media-services.com

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                • Session 3 - Ron Madson, "Secion 98: The Immutable 'Rejected' Covenant"

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                  "War and Peace in Modern Times: Mormon Perspectives." Held at Claremont Graduate University, March 18-19 2011.

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                  • Dr. Jacek Kugler 9-14-2010

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                    The Phoenix Factor Revisited

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                    • Interview w/Ali Behdad, Part 3: Postcolonialism and Text

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                      culture critique journal and the cultural studies program at Claremont Graduate University present, Orientalism in Image and Text: An Interview in Three Parts with Ali Behdad at the Getty Institute Part 3: Postcolonialism and Text Filmed and Edited by Tamar Salibian Interviewed by Andrew Long

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