Click Here to View: Intellectual Odyssey with Leon Wieseltier – Conversations with History on the uctv website on December 17, 2012.
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Click Here to View: Toward a Psychoanalytic Theory of Truth, by Jon Mills on YouTube.
Click Here to Listen to: Arnold Wilson’s 1980 Presentation on Children of Holocaust Survivors.
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Click Here to Listen to: Part 2 of Arnold Wilson’s 1980 Presentation on Children of Holocaust Survivors,
Click Here to Listen to: Discussion, Featuring Heinz Kohut, of A. Wilson’s presentation.
Click Here to Listen to: Part 2 of Discussion, Featuring Heinz Kohut, of A. Wilson’s presentation
Click Here to Read: Trying to Close a Knowledge Gap, Word by Word By Motoko Rich March 25, 2014.
Credit Katherine Taylor for The New York Times. A Gadget to Close the Language Gap. An intervention program in Providence, R.I., uses a digital word counter to track language use in families, in an effort to close the “word gap” between children from low-income and affluent families.
Click Here to View: Stay Illusion! The Hamlet Doctrine in the annual Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal roundtable from NSSR Philosophy Department Blog.
Judith Butler joins Simon Critchley and Jamieson Webster to discuss their book for the annual Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal that took place on March 13, 2014 in the Philosophy Department at the New School for Social Research. You can see more videos at philosophy blog.
Click Here to Read: Watch as 1000 years of European borders change on the Loiter.com website.
Beyond the Myth of the Shtetl: A New History of Jewish Life in East Europe
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2014 | 7pm
The shtetl was home to two-thirds of Eastern Europe’s Jews in the 18th and 19th centuries. But today it is vastly misunderstood. Join Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern to discuss his new, pathbreaking study of life in the shtetl (more…)
Click Here to View: Billionaires With Big Ideas Are Privatizing American Science By William J. Broadmarch in The New York Times on March 15, 2014.
As government financing of basic science research has plunged, private donors have filled the void, raising questions about the future of research for the public good.
Click Here to View: Man Walks Nearly 3000 Miles Through China. His Before & After Photos Will Shock You with Chistoph Rehage on the Life Buzz Website.
Click Here to View: Sheba and Solomon’s Return on YouTube. Description of Nathan Szajnberg’s book Sheba and Solomon’s Return: Ethiopian Children in Israel describes the children of Ethiopian Jewish Emmingrants in Israel.
Click Here to View: Chinese, on the Inside by Liz Mak in The New York Times on March 3rd, 2014.
Catie and Kimberly were adopted from China by a couple from Maine, who attempt to pass on a culture they’ve never known firsthand.
Click Here to Read: You can take away a man’s gods but only to give him others in return by Ronan Breathnach on the News Talk website on February 20, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Nancy Sherman – Moral Damage and Moral Repair After War, Conference Presentation on the Erikson Institute website.
Click Here to View: Our Story in 2 minutes/Notre Histoire en 2 minutes on the Notre Histoire website.
Click Here to View: A Case for Psychoanalysis: Exploring the Scientific Evidence by John Thor Cornelius on YouTube.
Click Here to View: Russia enacts anti-gay adoption ban By Phil Black and Alla Eshchenko on the CNN website on February 14, 2014.
Click Here to Listen to Patient Privacy Laws Dr. Deborah Peel talked about patient privacy laws in light of AOL Chief Executive Officer Tim Armstrong’s controversial decision to cut employee retirement benefits in order to offset increased health insurance costs on the CSPAN website on February 14, 2014