1. BHHS Forensics States Day


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    Bloomfield Hills High School's Forensics team is a debate and public speaking/performance group. In their 2014 States Day presentations they perform in the following categories: Poetry StoryTelling Dramatic Interpretation Extemporaneous Oratory Informative Prose Duo Interpretation Multiple Interpretation Sales Broadcasting Impromptu

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    • James Dean Le Sueur Interviews Nasr Hamid Abu Zyad at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands (September 2009)


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      This interview with Nasr Hamid Abu Zyad was filmed at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands in September 2009. It was filmed by Kere Frey (first camera) and myself, and it represents the entirety of the interview. Sections of it are being used for my documentary feature film on intellectuals from Muslim-majortity states in exile.

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      • Faith & Science Seminar


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        In this seminar, we lead an exploration of God’s revelations of Himself in nature and scripture to gain a fuller appreciation of how the worlds of science and theology inform our understanding of God's work.

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        • John Walton - Genesis Through Ancient Eyes


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          In this seminar, Prof. John Walton, noted author and professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College, offers a fresh perspective on Genesis 1-3, seeking to present the message of scripture within its ancient context.

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          • Dance Troupe Final Performance 2014


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            The FSDB Dance Troupe's Final Performance for the 2013-2014 school year was held on Thursday, May 29, 2014 in Kirk Auditorium. See song list below and click on corresponding timecode to skip directly to the song of your choice. 00:05 Good Time 03:26 Stupid Cupid 05:34 Summer Time 08:22 Chapel Of Love 11:10 Stop The Wedding 13:54 Sing, Sing, Sing 16:43 Part Of Your World 19:46 If You Left Him For Me 23:46 You Inspire Me 26:59 One Day 30:23 Inner Ninja 33:35 Brave 37:17 Perfect That Way 40:49 Anything You Can Do 43:54 Say Something 47:38 I Hear Your Hand 51:00 Firework 54:48 Happy 58:38 A Mother's Love 01:01:43 Canned Heat 01:06:17 All Of Me 01:08:19 The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?) 01:11:51 Really Don't Care 01:14:17 Like Me 01:17:35 All Over The Road 01:20:17 End Of Time 01:23:17 Just Give Me A Reason 01:27:16 Mi Confession 01:30:28 On My Way 01:33:43 Let Her Go 01:37:57 All Night 01:41:07 Cruisin' For A Bruisin'

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            • Olaf Eggestad in dialogue with Håkon Austbø. 16 October 2013


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              In this video from Levin Hall at The Norwegian Academy of Music Olaf Eggestad and Håkon Austbø discusses interpretation of piano works by Brahms, Boulez and Beethoven. The works are 6 Klavierstücke op. 118 by Brahms, Pierre Boulez' Troisième Sonate (1958) and Beethoven's Sonate op 111 in c minor. The conversation is part of Norwegian Academy of Music's project The reflective musician (http://nmh.no/forskning/medskapende_musiker/den_tenkende_musiker)

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              • Epistles & Jesus' Teaching - Low Quality


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                High Quality Epistles Hermeneutics Part 6 April 26, 2011

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                • Epistles & Jesus' Teaching - High Quality


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                  High Quality Epistles & Jesus' Teaching Hermeneutics Part 6 April 26, 2011

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                  • Against Sublimation: How Proust Became a Writer


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                    What could Marcel Proust teach us about infantile sexuality? Does one become a writer with the help of, or in spite of, our primitive unconscious drives? Does Freud’s concept of sublimation explain this process? What if sublimation were only a myth, as rarely observed in the artist's creative process as it is in the so-called latency period to which sublimation is linked? Far from being a sublime transformation of the sexual into the cultural, writing novels attests to the irreducible presence of the sexual unconscious of the child throughout the entire intellectual life of the adult. Writing is not a movement of purification through elevation; it is a descent toward what is low, hidden, unclean. Proust's novel remains an impure, messy, human artifact, torn and dismembered by the unceasing drive to write, an “objet petit a,” as Lacan puts it, around which the drive turns without ending. MICHEL SCHNEIDER has been practicing psychoanalysis in Paris since 1976. Trained first at the Lacanian École Freudienne de Paris (1969-72), he then trained at the Association Psychanalytique de France (1980-86). He was the main assistant to J. B. Pontalis at the Nouvelle Revue de Psychanalyse (1981-88), in which he published more than a dozen articles. Since 1980, he has published 23 books on music, opera, psychoanalytic readings of literature, and two essays on Marcel Proust, Maman (Gallimard, 1999) and L'auteur, l'autre (Gallimard, 2014). He has also written four novels, including Marilyn, dernières séances, a fictional account of the last three years of the life of Marilyn Monroe and her treatment by Ralph Greenson. On the history and theory of psychoanalysis, he is the author of Blessures de mémoire (1980) and Voleurs de mots (1985), both published in Pontalis' collection at Gallimard, Connaissance de l'inconscient. He is also the author of two books published by Presses Universitaires de France in the series Le fil rouge: Lacan, les années fauves (2010) and Lu et entendu (2012).

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                    • Osmanlı'dan Cumhuriyet'e Arkeolojinin Tarihi 1. Oturum / The History of Archaeology From The Ottoman to The Republic Session 1


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                      Please scroll down for English 1. OTURUM Moderatör: Prof. Dr. Nora Şeni, Fransız Anadolu Araştırmaları Enstitüsü “Kalıntıların Şiirselliğine Karşı Anastilosis: Arkeoloji ve Estetik” Prof. Dr. Sophie Basch, Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) Üniversitesi, Fransızca Edebiyat Bölümü “Fotoğraflanan Arkeoloji: 19. Yüzyılda ve 20. Yüzyıl Başında Osmanlı Eski Eserlerinin Görsel Keşfi” Prof. Dr. Fred Bohrer, Hood College, Sanat ve Arkeoloji Bölümü SALT Galata’da 11 Mart’a kadar görülebilecek Geçmişe Hücum: Osmanlı İmparatorluğu’nda Arkeolojinin Öyküsü, 1753-1914 sergisi kapsamında gerçekleştirilen “Osmanlı’dan Cumhuriyet’e Arkeolojinin Tarihi” konferansı, sergi ve sergiye eşlik eden kitaptan farklı olarak Cumhuriyet dönemine uzanacak. Yurtiçi ve yurtdışından konferansa katılan farklı disiplinlerden uzmanlar, restorasyon meselesi ile arkeolojinin görsel kültür ve popüler kültürdeki yerinin yanı sıra eserlerin paylaşımı, ulusal kimlik, aidiyet ve tarih yazımı gibi konular üzerinden arkeolojinin politikasını değerlendirerek tartışmaya açacaklar. SESSION 1 Moderator: Nora Şeni, Professor of Urbanism, French Archaeological Institute of İstanbul “The Poetics of Ruins versus Anastylosis: Archaeology and Aesthetics” Sophie Basch, Professor of French Literature, University of Sorbonne-Paris (Paris IV) “The Lens of Archaeology: Photographic Explorations of Ottoman Antiquity in the 19th (and early 20th) century” Fred Bohrer, Professor of Art and Archaeology, Hood College Conceived in the context of the Scramble for the Past: A Story of Archaeology in the Ottoman Empire, 1753-1914 exhibition, the conference aims to reach beyond the exhibition and its publication’s time frame to include the Republican Era. Local and international experts from diverse disciplines will not only explore the problematic of restoration and the place of archaeology in visual and popular culture, but will also revisit and discuss the politics of archaeology by bringing to the fore issues like the sharing of archaeological objects, national identity, ownership and historiography. Scramble for the Past is open at SALT Galata until March 11.

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