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Colin Wiggins 11/2/16
We had a fascinating introduction to five paintings by Colin. Curator From the National Gallery. A marvellous raconteur, so knowledgable and made the 15/16 century ‘story’ paintings so accessible and interesting. 582 more words


Images and the internet - The net (CTS 5/2/16)

During this session we talked about the evolution of electronic communication, and how it is altering every aspect of language.

The main topics were:

  • Networks, media and communication: Manuel Castells and Marshall McLuhan…
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Srila Prabhupa's lecture to the Rotary Club, Chandigarh - Summarized and narrated by HG Dharmavira dasa

Srila Prabhupa’s lecture to the Rotary Club, Chandigarh – Summarized and narrated by HG Dharmavira dasa

Prabhupa’s lecture to the Rotary Club, Chandigarh – summarized and narrated by HG Dharmavira das Prabhu… 899 more words

Srila Prabhupada

Louisiana Radical: James Longstreet and Reconstruction (1866-1875)

Here’s Ranger Karlton Smith of the Gettysburg National Military Park delivering the second in this year’s Winter Lecture Series.

This lecture cover’s James Longstreet during Reconstruction, especially his experience in Louisiana and at the “battle” of Liberty Place. 50 more words


Lucy Day Lecture - 9 February 2016

Fabric – 26 June – 1 October 2014.  Collyer Bristow Gallery

Day + Gluckman are Lucy Day and Eliza Gluckman, a curatorial partnership. From Museum-based exhibitions to collaborations with old master dealers, the duo have worked with over 200 artists in diverse environmets. 189 more words


The Lull of Lectures? Other Activities for Lessons

The most common way to teach history, at least what I’ve witnessed in my own experiences, is in the format of a lecture. The teacher stands at the front of the classroom, reciting facts and dates. 365 more words

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