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Second of three oral history interviews with Samuel Jay Keyser, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy at MIT, jazz trombonist, poet. Interviewed by Forrest Larson, MIT Lewis Music Library. Topics include: t...
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October 17, 2011 Joichi Ito, Director, MIT Media Lab (USA) Enabling Emergent Voices And Expression Through Technology Respondent: Brendan Mcgetrick, Independent Writer & Designer (China) Moore’s law and the Internet have dramaticall...
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11/07/2011 Stella McGregor, Director, Urbano Project (USA) Ploughshares from Swords – Social Sculpture and Cultural Agency Respondent: Gediminas Urbonas, ACT Associate Professor, MIT (USA) How does creative activism contribute to...
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10/31/2011 Lucy Walker, filmmaker (UK) 99 is not 100 – Documenting the Transformative Power of Art, or the Art of Transformative Documentary Respondent: Claude Grunitzky, Chairman, TRUE, Sloan Fellow, MIT (USA) How do we observ...
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Val Skov '55 was Stroke of the 1954 and 1955 MIT Men's Lightweight Crew which won the 1954 and 1955 Thames Challenge Cup. He discusses the travails during the 1955 season. The is an introduction and comments from Jack Frailey '44 who was...
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Haydn, Sinfonie Concertante, op. 84 MIT Symphony Orchestra (MITSO) David Epstein, conductor Jack Aiello, cello Nelson Gore, oboe Larry Shiller, violin Tom Stephenson, bassoon Recorded live at Kresge Auditorium, May 18, 1974 CD available ...
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Keynote: Shun Kanda, Senior Lecturer, MIT (USA) James Wescoat, Aga Khan Professor, MIT (USA) Respondent: Jegan Vincent de Paul, ACT Lecturer, MIT (USA) In the aftermath of the disaster suffered in Japan, MIT launched the MIT Japan 3/11 I...
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