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05/06/2002, 5:30, 10-485 Carolina Hein Natural disasters, fires, and earthquakes, destroyed Japan's cities in whole or in part on numerous occasions over the last centuries. Human intervention, political change, modernization, and th...
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04/01/2002, 5:20, 10-485 Hashim Sarkis Through a series of cases in the history of the reconstruction of Beirut (from 1990 to the present), Hashim Sarkis illustrates a number of points and characteristics about Beirut's resilience. ...
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03/11/2002, 5:30, 10-485 Brian Ladd The reconstruction of Berlin, after the massive destruction it suffered in World War II, was complicated in two fundamental ways. First was the question of historical continuity. On the one hand, t...
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A Starr Forum event presented on May 6, 2010Pulitzer prize-winning author, Kai Bird, came to MIT for a book talk and book signing: Crossing Mandelbaum Gate: Coming of Age between the Arabs and Israelis, 1956-1978 (Just released this Apri...
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A Starr Forum event presented on April 8 2010 Ambassador Barbara Bodine on Yemen: Avoiding the Mistakes and Learning the Lessons of Iraq and Afghanistan About the speaker: Ambassador Bodine's over 30 years in the US Foreign Service were...
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The Cold War Era: Weapons, Wiretaps, and Treaties Presented by Professor David Kaiser The cold war history of the weapons deployment is covered as well as the treaties which limited their use such as the nuclear test ban, anti ballisti...
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Pia Lindman The New York Times Performances 2003-2006 __________________________________________________________________________________________________ In Battery Park City, Manhattan, NY, 09/09/05 _____________________________________...
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Two people on carts pull on a long rope, demonstrating that the center of mass does not move.
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Juan Cole is Richard P. Mitchell Distinguished University Professor of History at the University of Michigan. He has written extensively about Egypt, Iran, Iraq, and South Asia. After Sept. 11, he launched a Weblog, “Informed Comment,” ...
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