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CREECA’s mission is to support research, teaching, and outreach on Russia, Eastern and Central Europe, and Central Asia. We approach this three-part mission by promoting faculty research across a range of disciplines; by supporting graduate and undergraduate teaching and training related to the region; and by serving as a community resource through outreach activities targeted to K-12 teachers and students, other institutions of higher education, and the general public. As a U.S. Department ...
 
The Aquinas College Lecture Series offers the Nashville community the opportunity to learn from respected leaders from within the College and from all over the country. Each semester, the lectures cover a variety of topics pertaining to Christian culture, ranging from literature and the arts to successful parenting and Christian devotional practices. The lectures are free and open to the public.
 
Natalia designs and facilitates leadership and personal development sessions. She creates tools from several modalities that get you immediate results, drawing from her work at GE and her experience in business performance and innovation, and her background in Neuroscience and Organizational Psychology. Follow her on LinkedIn to access additional materials.
 
UCDscholarcast provides downloadable lectures, recorded to the highest broadcast standards to a wide academic audience of scholars, graduate students, undergraduates and interested others. Each scholarcast is accompanied by a downloadable pdf text version of the lecture to facilitate citation of scholarcast content in written academic work. In this series leading scholars from across the humanities read extracts from their recently published books. Series Editor: PJ Mathews. Scholarcast them ...
 
“I do not wish to treat friendships daintily but with roughest courage. When they are real, they are not glass beads or frost-work but the solidest thing we know....” is how Ralph Waldo Emerson saw the ties of friendship in one of his essays titled Friendship, more than a hundred years ago. This and other interesting essays are included in Essays First Series by Ralph Waldo Emerson, the distinguished American philosopher and writer. Apart from writing, he was also a very gifted and popular p ...
 
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After her ‘brilliant boy’ drowned in an unfenced trench in 1937, Mrs Chester took legal action against the local council. Although her claim would ultimately be unsuccessful, the dissenting and empathic judgment of Justice Evatt would mark a critical moment in Australian law and its approach to psychological trauma. In our latest podcast author Gid…
 
Listen to a panel discussion between the Hon Justice Peter Applegarth AM, author Gideon Haigh and Associate Professor Kylie Burns that took place after the lecture 'Mrs Chester’s lost child: inconsolable psychological injury and Justice Evatt’s finest judgment'. This lecture was brought to you by Australian Academy of Law (academyoflaw.org.au/) and…
 
Dr. Regan Wade presents "Heart Failure Pharmacology" by first reviewing heart failure pathophysiology as it relates to pharmacotherapy. She then discusses guideline directed therapy and other agents indicated to optimize HF care. After, Dr. Wade evaluates literature related to new therapies and indications for medications in patients with heart fai…
 
Darren Thies will share perspectives and advice on the career of a diplomat, learning foreign languages (particularly Persian dialects), current U.S. policies in Central Asia, and the human geography of the region. Darren can offer insights and answer questions on the cultures of Central Asia, traveling in the region, perceptions of Americans, how …
 
What does intersectionality as praxis look like in Kyrgyzstan? Grassroots feminist, LGBTQ and transfeminist groups in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan are creating a unique space for themselves through various community art projects. The 2019 Feminnale Art Exhibit was one such meticulously curated space that provided possibilities for “subaltern voices to speak…
 
Dr. Sara Ellingwood presents a talk on Asthma starting with its definition and phenotypes. She discusses making a diagnosis, differential diagnosis, and management. After, Dr. Ellingwood ends with a discussion on when to refer. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at the …
 
The Kazakh famine of the 1930s was one of the great crimes of the Stalinist regime. More than 1.5 million people perished, and the disaster transformed a territory, Soviet Kazakhstan, the size of western Europe. But until recently, the crisis was little known in the West. In her talk, which draws from her recently published book, The Hungry Steppe:…
 
This presentation seeks to explain both the motivations and justifications for the Chinese state’s mass human rights abuses in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, highlighting how intentions and explanations are inextricably linked. The motivations for what the state is doing are reflective of settler colonial ambitions in this region and an ard…
 
Artemy Kalinovsky’s Laboratory of Socialist Development: Cold War Politics and Decolonization in Soviet Tajikistan (Cornell University Press, 2018) investigates the Soviet effort to make the promises of decolonization a reality by looking at the politics and practices of economic development in central Asia between World War II and the collapse of …
 
The presentation discusses the stylistic, pragmatic, phraseological, lexical-semantic problems of literary translation from Uzbek into English and introduces the online poetic dictionary as a solution to overcome them. Gulnoza Odilova is an Uzbek scholar of Translation Studies. She did her PhD in 2011 and DSc in 2021. She works as an Associate Prof…
 
Many leading equity texts and lawyers continue to quote Lord Eldon’s judgments. He is seen by many to be one of the most famous of the Chancery judges in equity law, as he systematised and bought certainty to its principles. Listen to Queensland barrister Andrew Stumer capture the interrelationship between Lord Eldon’s personal life, character and …
 
Dr. Forest Arnold returns to present "COVID-19 Vaccines: Wows and Woes" today on Louisville Lectures. In this presentation, Dr. Arnold gives an overview of COVID-19 and vaccines. He then discusses a case of potential thrombosis due to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine as well as the pathophysiology of vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia …
 
“Eurasian Responses to the COVID-19 Crisis: Between Fact and Fear” with Caress Schenk, Associate Professor of Political Science, Nazarbayev University. Description: Amid the economic and health crises caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, underlying questions of state-society relations loom large in Eurasia: why do people follow or not follow regulation…
 
Sir Samuel Griffith was undoubtedly the instigator of some of the greatest law reform moments in Queensland history. This lecture attempts to capture the most significant pieces of law reform for which he was singularly responsible for more than a quarter of a century. The range of subjects include both civil and criminal law, substantive law and p…
 
"Technological Solutions for Complex Problems: Emerging Electronic Surveillance Regimes in Eurasian Cities" with Erica Marat, Associate Professor at the College of International Security Affairs, National Defense UniversityDescription: ‘Smart city’ is the new buzzword in cities across Eurasia. Most large urban areas in the post-Soviet space have em…
 
"Calling the Future: What Names in Russian and East European Science Fiction Reveal" with Sibelan Forrester, Professor of Modern and Classical Languages and Russian at Swarthmore College.Description: In Eastern Europe and Russia/the USSR, science fiction has often offered ways to make implicit assertions about the future. In Socialist Realism, repr…
 
"China and the Uyghurs: Cultural Genocide in the Name of Counterterrorism" with Sean Roberts, Associate Professor of the Practice of International Affairs and Director of the International Development Studies program at The George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs.Description: This presentation seeks to explain both th…
 
Dr. Mark Burns gives an update on COVID-19 by first discussing its history and epidemiology. He then describes the lifecycle of Sars-CoV-2 and the events surrounding the Cytokine Storm. After, he explains the clinical presentation and current commendations for pharmacologic management and finally, the vaccines in phase 3 trials. Some items in this …
 
“Queer Budapest: Sex, Society and the Illiberal State, Past and Present” with Anita Kurimay, Associate Professor of History, Bryn Mawr CollegeDescription: The presentation discusses the strange and enduring alliance between queer life and a series of illiberal Hungarian regimes throughout the first half of the 20th century, which had been silenced …
 
“Putinism and its Discontents” with Brian Taylor, Professor of Political Science at Syracuse University. Description: What is Putinism? Taylor argues that Putinism is both a mentality and a system of rule. In this talk, Taylor describes these two aspects of Putinism and examines the current challenges facing Vladimir Putin and Russia.Bio: Brian Tay…
 
“Mixed Messages: Mediating Native Belonging in Asian Russia” with Kathryn Graber, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University Bloomington. Lecture co-sponsored by Indiana University. Description: Focusing on language and media in eastern Siberia, Mixed Messages (Cornell University Press, 2020) engages debates about the role of minorit…
 
"The Gendered Ambiguity of the Postcommunist Transitions" with Janet Elise Johnson, Professor of Political Science and Gender/Women’s Studies at Brooklyn College; Katalin Fábián, Professor of Government and Law at Lafayette College; and Mara Lazda, Professor of History at Bronx Community College.LECTURE DESCRIPTION: Kristen Ghodsee’s 2017 New York …
 
“Promoting US Policy in Eurasia—A Practitioner’s View” with Caroline Savage, career Foreign Service Officer and non-resident fellow at Georgetown’s Institute for the Study of Diplomacy. LECTURE DESCRIPTION: Foreign Service Officer and REECAS alumna Caroline Savage will talk about her extensive career in international affairs. Savage will discuss va…
 
"Since 1989 – Poland’s Democratic Experience" with Donald Pienkos, Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.LECTURE DESCRIPTION: In 1989, Poland, thanks primarily to the efforts of the Solidarity movement, emerged from 44 years of Soviet domination to establish a new system of representative democratic govern…
 
Our Chief Medical Resident for Education, Dr. Samuel Reynolds returns to give an introduction on abstract writing. He begins by describing an abstract and its importance. After, he discusses the general process of abstract writing. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at …
 
"Guns to Butter: Economic Perceptions and Policy Preferences in Russia" with Maria Snegovaya, Visiting Scholar at George Washington University and a postdoctoral scholar at the PPE program at Virginia Tech.LECTURE DESCRIPTION: Scholars on “rally ’round the flag” often argue that by invoking the danger of external threats in times of economic hardsh…
 
"On Civilization’s Edge: A Polish Borderland in the Interwar World" withKathyrn Ciancia, Associate Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. LECTURE DESCRIPTION:As a resurgent Poland emerged at the end of World War I, an eclectic group of Polish border guards, state officials, military settlers, teachers, academics, urban planner…
 
Mary Genevieve Gaudron was the first woman to be appointed a justice of the High Court of Australia. Gaudron served on the Court as one of its most influential members for 16 years (1987–2003), and her career has been described as ‘a classic example of talent and industry triumphant over limited opportunity’. Listen as the Hon Roslyn Atkinson AO te…
 
Dr. Nina Vasavada gives an Acid Base Core Lecture by first reviewing dietary sources of acids and alkali. She then reviews renal and non renal mechanisms of maintaining acid/base equilibrium. After, she discusses practice questions. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at…
 
Our Chief Medical Resident for Education, Dr. Samuel Reynolds, presents “Basic Science: Molecular Biology in Cardiovascular Disease”. He discusses the basis of Cardiovascular Disease from a molecular standpoint and emphasizes how arrhythmia and cardiac conduction impairment relates to coronary artery disease and how the development of structural he…
 
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