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A Dialectical Approach to Understanding Culture and Communication

This video discusses the dialectical approach to intercultural communication written about by Martin and Nakayama in their 2013 textbook -Intercultural Communication in Contexts.-

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Accelerate Webinar Series: Free Yourself from Three Common Thinking Traps

How you talk to yourself plays a large role in how you interact and communicate with others. If you’re like most people (80% to be exact!), your inner self-talk is filled with negative, harmful…

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John Ratté: Literature and Freedom - The Crisis of the Bourgeois Intellectual in France

This reel contains John Ratté speaking at the University of Denver on May 12, 1969 as part of the English Department Lecture Series. The recording begins after the introduction. There is no…

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J.V. Cunningham: The Styles and Procedures of Wallace Stevens (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains J.V. Cunningham speaking at the University of Denver on April 7, 1966 as part of the English Department Lecture Series. Cunningham's lecture is an in depth discussion of…

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Hugh Kenner: The Cybernetics of Art (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Hugh Kenner speaking at the University of Denver as part of the English Department Lecture Series on April 18 1975. The overarching topic of his conversation is the cybernetics of…

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Raymond Tripp: The Fate of Literature as Fate (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Raymond Tripp speaking at the University of Denver on April 18 1973. The topic of his lecture is literature as a "radical human phenomenon" and he frames his discussion…

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Eric Gould: The Modern Novel and Its Critics - 'Immaculate Contraceptives for the Populace' (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Eric Gould speaking at the University of Denver on May 16 1973 as part of the English Department Lecture Series. Gould speaks at length about criticism of modern literature as well…

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Interview with John Williams (Reel 1 / Side 2)

This reel contains an interview with John Williams--University of Denver professor of English--circa 1965. Topics of conversation include his books especially Stoner as well as the University…

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Hazel Barnes: Literature and the Politics of the Future (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Hazel Barnes speaking at the University of Denver on April 28 1969. The topic of her lecture is literature and the politics of the future. More specifically Barnes looks at…

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Philip Rieff: Freud and Modern Man (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Dr. Philip Rieff speaking at the University of Denver as part of the Department of English Lecture Program for spring 1965. Rieff spends the duration of his lecture providing a…

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James Parker: Pop's Ancestors - An Inquiry Into the Historical Sources of American Pop Art (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains James Parker speaking at the University of Denver on May 11 1967. The overarching theme of the lecture is the historical sources of American pop art. Parker begins by introducting…

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