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René Wellek: Criticism as Evaluation

This reel contains René Wellek speaking at the University of Denver on November 6th, 1975 as part of the English Department Lecture Series. The audio begins mid-introduction. The primary topic…

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Diversity Summit 2021: Radicalizing Psychotherapy: From Multiculturalism to Abolition | University of Denver

What could psychotherapists stand to learn from abolitionist movements? How might abolitionist ideas radicalize psychotherapy practices in ways that seek to dismantle white supremacy and colonialism,…

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Open Discussion-March 11, 2022

NAGPRA Community of Practice Call from March 11, 2022. Open Discussion (Local and Regional Communities of Practice)

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The Social Lives of Archaeological Repositories

NAGPRA Community of Practice call from February 25, 2022. The Social Lives of Archaeological Repositories with S. Terry Childs and Danielle M. Benden.

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NCP Update and Open Discussion-November 12, 2021

NAGPRA Community of Practice call from November 12, 2021. Update on NCP and Open Discussion (part of 7th Annual Repatriation Conference)

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Oral history interview with Dermart P. Melick April 19 1984. 1984 April 19

Mr. Melick was born March 30 1910 in Williams Arizona. He was educated at Williams High School the University of Arizona the University of Wisconsin and the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Melick…

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Oral history of Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kent 1980 April 14 (Part 1)

Dr. Kent discusses his education and how he decided to come to Mesa in 1931 to practice medicine with Dr. Ralph Palmer. He mentions his musical background and how he and Mrs. Kent have supported the…

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Oral history of Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kent 1980 April 14 (Part 2)

Dr. Kent discusses his education and how he decided to come to Mesa in 1931 to practice medicine with Dr. Ralph Palmer. He mentions his musical background and how he and Mrs. Kent have supported the…

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Oral History Interview with Willa Craig 2002 April 3 (Tape 1, Side B)

Willa Craig summarizes her background and explains how she started working in the women's health care field in Missoula Montana first at Planned Parenthood as a birth control counselor and then…

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Oral History Interview with Ashley O. Court 1984 June 6 (Side B)

Ashley Court discusses his long career as a smokejumper from 1963 to 1982 working out of the North Cascades Smokejumping Base in Winthrop Washington as well as the satellite base in La Grande Oregon…

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Faculty Showcase - Critical Thinking with Chip Reichardt

In this Faculty showcase video Chip Reichardt explains the concepts of critical and creative thinking and how he helps develop those skills in students.

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Indigenous Collections Care Working Group Progress Report

NAGPRA Community of Practice call from September 24, 2021. Indigenous Collections Care Working Group Progress Report with Marla Taylor and Laura Bryant

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Is Law School Your Next Stop?

Is Law School Your Next Stop?Wednesday, October 27th, 6:00 – 7:00 PMLocation: Daniels College of Business, University of Denver, Room 245Description: A townhall targeted towards students who…

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Catalyst Series for Social Justice: adrienne maree brown - pleasure activism

adrienne maree brown offers a keynote presentation on social change and pleasure activism, a politics of healing and happiness that explodes the dour myth that changing the world is just another form…

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