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Cold War and Vietnam Part I

By: hwhitfie

This is a lecture about Cold War and Vietnam.

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Kevin Gannon Keynote - Pivotal Pedagogy

By: ctl

Kevin Gannon, PhD was the keynote speaker at the remote conference, Pivotal Pedagogy, in May 2020. Dr. Gannon is the Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and Professor of History at Grand View University in Des Moines, Io...

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Culinary Innovation on the Farm

By: csherloc

​AUDIO ONLY -Farmers and chefs are part of a long history of innovation -- in technique, production, and taste -- to express culture through cooking and to grow ingredients that perform and delight. All traditions were once innovations. There is a...

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Study-abroad course: France and the resistance movement in the Vercors region

By: rmarti14

Study-abroad course: France and the resistance movement in the Vercors region

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KEYNOTE LECTURE: “Benin 1897: Artist Intervention & the Restitution Issue”

By: cdissing

With Peju Layiwola, Professor of Art History, University of Lagos (November 5, 2021) Restitution is a way for communities that were harmed to remake themselves in the face of what was taken from them: for communities in Africa from whom people ...

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Indigenous & Tribal Perspectives on Agritourism

By: rcbartle

Celebrating sovereignty and demonstrating the uniqueness of all tribes, this conversation seeks to broaden understanding of indigenous-led agritourism initiatives with a focus on the unity of human and ecological communities. Presentations will ex...

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Saddled Prominent

By: uvmext

Maple trees managed for sap production remain part of a forest ecosystem. Forest ecosystems are complex communities of plants, animals and microbes all interacting with their physical environment and climate. Forests are especially competitive env...