Search for tag: "1960s"

The Spirit of '76: Slavery, Empire and the Anthropocene in Octavia E. Butler's KINDRED

From  Broadcast Broadcast Center Staff 0 likes 12 plays

The Trouble with Truth featuring Stan Katz and Sean Wilentz

“Truth” is now a quaint term in American (and many other) societies. It has frequently been remarked that we live in a “post-truth” age, one characterized by “fake…

From  PU Princeton University Library 0 likes 39 plays

4.21.22 The Last Shah: America, Iran, and the Fall of the Pahlavi Dynasty

From  Broadcast Broadcast Center Staff 0 likes 6 plays

4.7.22 Assyrians in Modern Iraq by Dr. Alda Benjamen

From  Broadcast Broadcast Center Staff 0 likes 15 plays

How Should International Society Address Questions of Self-Determination?

Questions of self-determination are ever-present within the world order created by the United Nations and, if anything, they seem to be increasingly present, creating a difficult test for the…

From  Jennifer Bolton 0 likes 13 plays

Amazigh Indigeneity- Place, Culture, Language, and the Struggle for the Recognition of Amazigh Peoples

From  Broadcast Broadcast Center Staff 0 likes 37 plays

Protest, Political Violence, and Inequality

From  Princeton School of Public and International Affai 0 likes 37 plays

CITP Seminar: Charlton McIlwain – Dreams of (Black) Tech Futures Past

This is what could have been. If the computer geeks at MIT in 1960 had just held on just a little while longer with the Mississippi freedom riders. If uprisings in Watts, and Detroit, and Newark and…

From  CI Center for Information Technology Policy 0 likes 5 plays

UNOW labor relations-Liz Hagen CLIP_2

Liz Hagen describes early negotiations about teacher salaries. As told to Richard Anderson.

From  Matilda Luk 0 likes 72 plays

Striking a balance with tuition_Francesca Benson_CLIP

CJ: And do you have any memories about how you set tuition rates? So when the school started, it was $28 a week. Do you remember if that was cheap at the time. FB: You know, what I remember was kind…

From  Matilda Luk 0 likes 90 plays

What Made UNOW Unique For The Teachers_Victory Chase_CLIP

“And as far as I recall, it was a very happy place. The children were always happy. We all, there was some, I think there was some effort at least in the first semester shall we say, the fall…

From  Matilda Luk 0 likes 65 plays

UNOW’S Teaching Philosophy_Victory Chase_CLIP

“There were not established curriculums for two year olds, three year olds, four year olds. There were things that schools did, you know everyone knew the kids, the kinds of toys kids played…

From  Matilda Luk 0 likes 75 plays

The Polarization of American Politics

From  Broadcast Broadcast Center Staff 0 likes 2 plays

The Long and Tragical History of Post-Partisanship

From  Broadcast Broadcast Center Staff 0 likes 11 plays