1. Galileo's Sun: A Public Lecture by Prof. S.M. Chitre - part 5

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    Prof. S.M. Chitre, Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences, and member of TIFR Alumni Association, delivered a Public Lecture titled "Galileo's Sun". The lecture was arranged by the TIFR Alumni Association to commemorate National Science Day.

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    • The Trial of Slobodan Milosevic

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      IPLAI and the Westmount Public Library are offering a public lecture series considering a collection of history-making trials across time to examine the social and political contexts in which they took place as well as their cultural consequences. March 29 - 2011 The Trial of Slobodan Milosevic Professor Payam Akhavan, Law

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      • John Hartley: From Creative Industries to Cultural Science

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        A public lecture at Tallinn University, organised by TLU's Baltic Film and Media School. The lecture took place in March 2010

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        • The Trial of Shylock

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          IPLAI and the Westmount Public Library are offering a public lecture series considering a collection of history-making trials across time to examine the social and political contexts in which they took place as well as their cultural consequences. February 15 - 2011 The Trial of Shylock Professor Paul Yachnin, English

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          • Manna Public Lecture: Jennifer Wiseman

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            Manna Public Lecture Series - Our Amazing Universe Saturday, November 13th, 7:30, McCormick 101 Dr. Jennifer J. Wiseman (B.S, M.I.T.; Ph.D., Harvard) will be speaking on the excitement of new discoveries in astronomy, and how science relates to a life of faith and service. She is currently chief of the ExoPlanets and Stellar Astrophysics Laboratory in the Astrophysics Science Division at NASA and is the new director for the American Association for the Advancement of Science's Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion. Dr. Wiseman discovered periodic comet 114P/Wiseman-Skiff while an undergraduate research assistant in 1987. A time of Q&A from the audience will follow the lecture.

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            • Dalai Lama Visit: Public Lecture

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              The video of the Public Lecture of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama on October 21, 2010 at Miami University's Millett Hall in Oxford, OH

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              • Made in the Image of Our Devices: How Technology Shapes Our Understanding of the Human

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                Host of Mars Hill Audio, Ken Myers, joins Manna on February 23, 2010 to think about the use of technology in the church and the world today. One of his primary points is that human beings make technology and then technology shapes our understanding of what it means to be human. In this way technology, such as our computer, is a metaphor for human possibility AND human plight. This video is 01:54:10 in full. Introduction: 0:00:00. Ken's lecture: 00:07:00. Q&A: 01:01:00.

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                • Master Class with Enrique Chagoya (Slides)

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                  Visiting Artist Host to Enrique Chagoya School of Visual Arts, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas April 2005 http://www.art.unt.edu

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                  • Helene Bank: Political Economics

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                    Country of origin: Denmark / Norway YIP Weekly Theme: Political economy and global trade Biography Helene Bank (born 1959) is a danish citizen, educated from the Rudolf Steiner School in Århus, Denmark. She has lived many years in Norway. She is educated natural scientist, but has with increasing engagement in environmental, trade and justice issues expanded her formal education into economics, political science and development economics. She worked for many years for Friends of the Earth Norway, including vice president for 5 years. She worked for the Diaconal International Centre in Oslo (1996-2006). She has been operational in setting up the Southern and Eastern African trade Institute (SEATINI) where she also worked as board member, based in Zimbabwe, in 2004-5. She has been guest teacher in Rudolf Steiner Schools in Denmark and Norway, and is widely used as lecturer both at universities and for voluntary organisations, political parties and youth parties. Included in lectures is a wide range of experiences from and practical methods in order to understand the power dynamics and functioning of the global trading and financial systems.

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                    • Edgard Gouveia Júnior - Warriors without Weapons

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                      Edgard Gouveia Júnior Country of origin: Brazil YIP Weekly Theme: Changing the World Biography Edgard Gouveia Júnior is an architect and urbanist. He graduated at Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo de Santos, SP, Brazil in 1993. From 1993 to 1996 he was a researcher at Instituto TIBÁ – Intuitive Technology and bio-architecture. He post-graduated in Cooperative Games at Universidade Monte Serrat in 2003, where he was also post-graduation Professor from 2004 to 2006 on the course Developing Common-Unities. Edgard is an advisor and international speaker in the areas of young protagonism, molecular and community empowering and Cooperative Games, and has been a facilitator in the Cooperation Project. He is president and co-founder of Instituto Elos – BR, and member of international web Berkana Exchange since 2006. In 2006 he became a Fellow of the Ashoka Foundation. He is currently involved with Warriors Without Weapons as co-creator and designer of the Oasis Game.

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