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The Rhythms of Ghana

Posted on October 20, 2011

Watch: Sharon E. Friedler celebrates dance as a means of developing meaningful conversations between diverse individuals and communities in this digital story. more »

Listen: Old Quiver, New Arrows

Posted on August 1, 2011

Listen: "I think every book of poems tells a story," says Professor of English Literature Nathalie Anderson. Here, she reads from Quiver, her latest collection. more »

Faculty Videos

Watch: History as Cultural Work: The President's House Project in Philadelphia

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Louis Massiah, the 2010-11 Lang Visiting Professor for Issues of Social Change, speaks about the five-channel video installation at the President's House site in Philadelphia that opened in December 2010. more

Faculty Lectures

Listen: Apollo Dancing

graceledbetter Associate Professor of Classics and Philosophy Grace Ledbetter discusses (4:15) her current work, an examination of how George Ballenchine's ballet Apollo, with a score by Igor Stravinsky, provided a new foundation for ballet in the 20th century by transforming the Greek myth of Apollo and merging ballet with Greco-Roman classicism. This discussion is drawn from her larger study of the role classical antiquity has played in the development of classical ballet. more

Sources & Experts

Philip Jefferson

thumbnail Have questions about what impact that extending the tax cuts set to expire at the end of the year would have? Economist Philip Jefferson can provide expert commentary on the Federal Reserve and the monetary policy making process.

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