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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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I Can Tell the World

Follows members of the Spirituals Project Choir, an interracial, multigenerational choir committed to the preservation and performance of African-American spirituals. As these diverse men and women…

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DDS Day 1: Democracy Around the World

Democracy is under pressure, even outright assault, around the world. This session takes stock of current global trends in democratic governance, explores what is at the root of democratic erosion,…

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Oral History Interview with Larry Anderson 1984 July 4 (Side B)

Larry Anderson discusses his long career as a smokejumper from 1954 to 1979. He discusses the many changes in smokejumping with regards to training and gear as well as the U.S. Forest Service in…

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DUing Research - People Friendly Robots with Mohammad Mahoor

Mohammad Mahoor explains his research into people friendly robots that are designed to interact with human beings. The goal of Mahoor's robots is that they be able to assist children with Autism…

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Robert Dickeson Interview Part 8 between 1984-1987 (Side B)

An oral history interview taken as part of the research process for Dr. Larsons book Shaping Educational Change.

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Henry Steele Commager: The University and the Relevance of the Past (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Henry Steele Commager speaking at the University of Denver on April 13 1967. The primary discussion topic for the lecture is how the institution of the university fits into the…

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Henry Bamford Parkes: Freedom and Order in Western Literature (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Henry Bamford Parkes speaking at the University of Denver on May 21 1969. His lecture focuses on the notion of freedom and order in general as well as in literature. Parkes posits…

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Condoleeza Rice on Walter Isaacson

Recipient of the University of Denver's Global Leadership Award. Produce for the Korbel 15th Annual Dinner.

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Diversity Summit 2015: Changing the Outcomes for Brown and Garner

Panel discussion: Changing the outcomes for Brown and Garner: Using the power of the VOTE, Davis Auditorium, Sturm Hall. On March 7, 1965, a peaceful multiracial march took place in Selma, Alabama…

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Kimberly Kindy: Anvil of Freedom Award Lecture

The 25th Anniversary Anvil of Freedom Award Lecture April 27, 2018 Featuring Kimberly Kindy, investigative reporter for The Washington Post, who worked on the Post's 2016 Pulitzer…

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Chuck Plunkett: Journalism in the Public Interest

The University of Denver Department of Media, Film & Journalism Studies presents an award to Chuck Plunkett for Journalism in the Public Interest. Plunkett, Editorial Page Editor at the Denver…

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Civil Discourse in an Uncivil Age: The Quest for a Post-Partisan Citizenship

Join us for the Edward and Charlotte Estlow International Center for Journalism and New Media Anvil of Freedom Lecture featuring Alexander Heffner, author and host of PBS's "The Open…

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Cindy Carcamo: Anvil of Freedom Award Lecture & Migrahack Introduction

The Estlow Center for Journalism and New Media presents: Cindy Carcamo, Los Angeles Times journalist and Anvil of Freedom Award Recipient Friday, September 27, 2019 Cindy Carcamo is a…

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Tradition and Legacy 60 Sec

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Ai Weiwei : yours truly (English subtitles when English not spoken)

"Human rights become profoundly personal when Ai Weiwei, China's most famous artist, transforms Alcatraz Island prison into an astonishing expression of socially-engaged art focused on the…

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