1. Cultures, Rights, India - Christoph Eberhard

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    This is an interview of Christoph Eberhard conducted by Alice Martin on 19/03/2013 on FaceTime. It explores the challenges of intercultural dialogue, and more specifically in the realm of law and…

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    • Islam and its Coat of Many Colors - on ThoughtCast!

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      To listen to the renowned Harvard Professor Ali Asani tell it, Islam is a religion of multiple dimensions, interpretations, and perspectives. It's almost like an all-encompassing religion, perhaps…

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      • Portogruaro - Intro

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        Altro estratto da Il futuro di una trazione - work in progress - 2012.

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        • y-ning? (full movie)

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          This academic music video explores “wining” as a dance language with a history and identity born out of the Caribbean experience. In particular, it looks at the body in motion as well…

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          • Bruno Latour and 'individualising overlapping networks'

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            In his lecture at Goldsmiths on 7th March 2012, Bruno Latour took up Tarde's critique of Durkheim in their seminal 1903 debate (of which he also recently performed a re-enactment). In his attempt…

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            • Daisy, Goldsmiths graduate, Hong Kong

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              Daisy studied for her PhD at the Centre for Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London. She now works as a Research Assistant Professor at the Hong Kong Baptist University. She discusses…

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              • Cultural Studies Connections Session

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                The Connections programs was invented to help you learn more about your major and give you some hands on practice working with your new classmates and faculty!

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