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  • Everbach, E. Carr (Swarthmore College, 2013-11-12)
    Carr Everbach has taught Engineering at Swarthmore for 24 years. His course ENVS 2: "Human Nature, Technology, and the Environment" examines the ways environment spurs development of technologies, and, conversely, the ways ...
  • Haynes, Todd (Swarthmore College, 2014-10-21)
    One of the most praised and innovative directors in world cinema today, Todd Haynes has been making queer films—formally original work about non-normative identities and sexualities—since high school. Made shortly after ...
  • Schwartz, Barry, 1946- (Swarthmore College, 2004-03-03)
    Americans value freedom of choice perhaps above all else, but as choices increase, they can be transformed from instruments of freedom into instruments of tyranny, threatening happiness, well-being, self-esteem, and optimism. ...
  • Zentella, Ana Celia (Swarthmore College, 2009-10-07)
    Ana Celia Zentella, Lang Visiting Professor of Social Change, is a recognized leader in building appreciation for language diversity and respect for language rights. Her research shows that fluency in Spanish and English ...
  • Meeden, Lisa (Swarthmore College, 2014-05-13)
    Professor Meeden introduces artificial neural networks and demonstrates some real-world applications of them.
  • Bryant, Arthur H. (Swarthmore College, 2014-10-21)
    The Center for Innovation and Leadership will be kicking off the academic year with a presentation on law and justice by Swarthmore alum, Arthur Bryant, class of ‘76. Please join us to learn more about Bryant’s journey ...
  • Weinstein, Philip M. (Swarthmore College, 2014-05-03)
    Professor Philip Weinstein, “The View from Somewhere” (originally published in Raritan: A Quarterly Review , Spring 2014)
  • Weaver, Vesla M., 1979- (Swarthmore College, 2014-10-22)
    Vesla Weaver (Yale University) is co-author of the pioneering study, Arresting Citizenship: The Democratic Consequences of American Crime Control (University of Chicago Press, 2014). It documents the full significance for ...
  • Rouse, Carolyn Moxley, 1965-; Rosado, Lourdes; Martin, Nick; Quigley, Kevin F. F. (Swarthmore College, 2014-06-07)
    This discussion featured Carolyn Rouse '87, professor of anthropology, Princeton University; Lourdes Rosado '85 (left), associate director of Juvenile Law Center; Nick Martin '04, founder and president, TechChange; and ...
  • Lefkowitz, Jeremy B. (Swarthmore College, 2014-03-20)
    In addition to the question posed in his title, Lefkowitz explores ways in which ideas about fable writing and archiving surface in the ancient biographical novel, The Life of Aesop.
  • Laqueur, Thomas Walter (Swarthmore College, 2014-10-27)
    In the beginning there was the dead body: lifeless matter, soon to decay, from which all that was human had fled. Almost three thousand years ago Diogenes the Cynic told his students that when he died he wanted his corpse ...
  • Durgin, Frank H. (Swarthmore College, 2013-02-12)
    Frank's talk uses examples from his work and others to discuss the question: If perception is so important for survival and for controlling everyday actions, how can our perceptions be so wrong?
  • Schwartz, Barry, 1946- (Swarthmore College, 2014-10-07)
    "Why?" Some Puzzles of Motivation -- It is only logical that if people already have one reason to do something, and you give them a second reason to do that thing, their commitment will be greater, their effort will be ...
  • Unknown author (Swarthmore, Pa. : Swarthmore College, 1988, 1988)
    Videocassette of women's concerns discussion at Swarthmore, held March 1988. Filmed and edited by Becky Sharpless. Features over 25 women freely expressing various views. Note: Women’s Concerns discussion taped over French ...
  • Tierney, Dominic, 1977- (Swarthmore College, 2014-09-09)
    This year, a wave of violence has struck Ukraine, Gaza, Syria, Iraq, and elsewhere. Meanwhile, critics on the right have assailed Barack Obama for an overly passive and cautious response. Recently, Hillary Clinton argued ...



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