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09/30/2005 4:00 PM KirschKenneth Oye, Associate Professor of Political Science and Engineering Systems and Director of the MIT-CIS Program on Political Economy and Technology Policy; ; Richard C. Larson, SB '65, EE, SM, '67, PhD, '69 ,...
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05/04/2005 4:00 Kirsch StataAlan Brody, Associate Provost for the Arts; Professor of Theater; Evan Ziporyn, Kenan Sahin Distinguished Professor of Music; Jay Scheib, Assistant Professor of Theater; Krzysztof Wodiczko, Professor of A...
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02/17/2005 5:00 PM BartosTerence Smith, Media Correspondent and Senior Producer, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; ; Cathy Young, Columnist, The Boston Globe and Reason MagazineDescription: These two speakers share a strong sense of regret...
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10/28/2004 5:00 PM BartosStephen W. van Evera, Professor of Political Science; Amy Mitchell, Director, Project for Excellence in Journalism; Alex Jones, Laurence M. Lombard Lecturer in the Press and Public Policy , Kennedy School of Go...
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05/06/2003 10-250Rafael Vi_oly, Architects PC, New YorkDescription: Rafael Vi_oly and Frederic Schwartz led the THINK team, whose design was one of two finalists for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation's World Trade Center design...
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Oral history interview with Barry Vercoe, MIT Professor Emeritus of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT, founding member of the MIT Media Lab, and computer music pioneer and composer. Interviewed by Forrest Larson and Mark Ethier, MIT Video P...
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2/25/2002, 5:30, 10-485 Max Page This lecture places the attack on the World Trade Center in the context of New York's history as a place that is seemingly destined to be destroyed and rebuilt with stunning regularity. It explores th...
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02/25/2002, 5:30, 10-485 Max Page This lecture places the attack on the World Trade Center in the context of New York's history as a place that is seemingly destined to be destroyed and rebuilt with stunning regularity. It explores t...
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