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1 The concept of culture in cultural evolution In his keynote speech for the Cultural Evolution Workshop (held in the Pitt Rivers Museum on 28 February 2017), Prof. Tim Lewens of Cambridge examines the concept of culture in cultural evolution. Tim Lewens 26 Jul 2017
2 Literature Beyond Literary Studies: Intermediality and Interdisciplinarity With Professor Ben Morgan (Professor of German) and Peter Hill (Junior Research Fellow in Arabic Literature, Christ Church College), chaired by Karoline Watroba (DPhil candidate in German and Comparative Criticism). Karoline Watroba, Ben Morgan, Peter Hill 01 Nov 2016
3 Jan Brueghel and his Views of Italian Ruins This lecture forms part of a series entitled "Antiquity After Antiquity" and is for first year Undergraduate History of Art students. It was delivered at the University of Oxford History of Art Department. An Van Camp 11 Jul 2016
4 Profane relations: the irony of offensive jokes in India Andrew Sanchez (Kent) discusses why a multi-ethnic workforce in eastern India exchanges jokes about each other's religion and cultures as a form of irony (19 February 2016) Andrew Sanchez 15 Jun 2016
5 Far-right blogging and migration: discourses and aesthetics Ismini Sioula-Georgoulea (Panteion University of Political and Social Sciences), gives the first talk in the fourth panel 'Continuities and Ruptures': The 'Crisis' as a new period in Greek history? Ismini Sioula-Georgoulea 26 Apr 2016
6 Creative Commons Politics with a focus on Yemen Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 2: Why is this happening? Understanding ISIL and other Islamist extremism. With Dr Noel Brehony (Chair of CBRL). Noel Brehony 19 Nov 2015
7 The Silk Roads: A New History of the World Peter Frankopan discusses his new book with Averil Cameron, Robert Moore and Elleke Boehmer Peter Frankopan, Averil Cameron, Robert Moore, Elleke Boehmer 27 Oct 2015
8 Creative Commons Open Data in the Humanities Jacob Dahl, Associate Professor of Assyriology at the Faculty of Oriental Studies, talks about his research with cuneiform tablets and his hopes for the future of Open Data in the Humanities. Jacob Dahl 15 Jul 2015
9 The Poems were my Dance: Speaking Histories, Cultural Subjectivities, and the Embodies Writer in Jean ‘Binta’ Breeze’s? The Fifth Figure Emma Kelley presents her Master's thesis entitled 'The Poems were my Dance: Speaking Histories, Cultural Subjectivities, and the Embodies Writer in Jean ‘Binta’ Breeze’s ?The Fifth Figure' Emma Kelley 22 Jun 2015
10 'Artificial Intelligence' part 3 - Understanding how we learn language Professor Kim Plunkett explains how neuroscientists use artificial intelligence as a tool to model processes in the brain – in particular to understand how infants acquire language. Kim Plunkett 12 Jun 2015
11 'Artificial Intelligence' part 2 - How to create machines that learn Professor Nando de Freitas explains that understanding how our brains work has helped us create machines that learn, and how these learning machines can be put to completing different tasks. Nando de Freitas 19 May 2015
12 Cultural Frontier: Early 20th Century Vienna Re-visiting the time of Freud, Klimt and Schönberg, the Alumni Weekend panel surveys and analyse this unique period in Vienna’s history and in Western culture. Bethany Bell, Shearer West, Ritchie Robertson, Jonathan Cross 28 Apr 2015
13 'Artificial Intelligence' part 1 - Using artificial intelligence to spot patterns Professor Stephen Roberts explains how machines, whose job it is simply to learn, can help researchers spot scientific needles in data haystacks, which will help us solve some grand challenges. Stephen Roberts 15 Apr 2015
14 'Explosions' part 3 - Health and Big Data Professor Gil McVean explains what Big Data is and how it can be used to better understand and treat complex conditions, such as heart disease and dementia. Gil McVean 30 Mar 2015
15 Humanities and Science: Culture and Technology An interdisciplinary discussion exploring culture’s interaction with technology Maria Blanco, Fritz Vollrath, Andrew Wilson, Lionel Tarassenko 16 Mar 2015
16 "Anomalies" Part 1 - Tinnitus Researcher Joshua Gold explains a condition called tinnitus, most often described as a persistent and annoying sound in one or both ears. Joshua Gold, Chris Lintott 21 Jan 2015
17 "Hidden Worlds" Part 3 - The virtual universe Dr Andrew Pontzen explains how chains of computers can be set up to simulate billions of years of development of the universe, but in a time period of weeks. Andrew Ponzen, Chris Lintott 05 Jan 2015
18 "Hidden Worlds" Part 2 - Robert Robinson’s chemical box Edward Imrie and Dr Stephen Johnston Edward Imrie and Dr Stephen Johnston talk about a surprising discovery – a collection of boxes, originally containing chocolates and soap, now full of tiny chemical vials thought to date back to the 1930s. Edward Imrie, Stephen Johnston 05 Jan 2015
19 "Hidden Worlds" Part 1 - Parallel Worlds Dr David Wallace discusses the concept of the multiverse – a physical reality that contains lots of universes, each of which inhabited by different versions of ourselves. David Wallace 15 Dec 2014
20 "There's no place like home" Part 3 - Exoplanets Ruth Angus talks about the search for life outside our solar system. In our own solar system, we have rocky planets towards the centre and gas giant planets further out. Ruth Angus 15 Dec 2014
21 "There's no place like home" Part 2 - The People of the British Isles Bruce Winney describes the influx of humans to the British Isles, including the Romans, Anglo Saxons and Vikings. By comparing and contrasting the genetic make-up of patients, researchers can explore how genetics can influence disease. Bruce Winney 15 Dec 2014
22 Creative Commons "There’s No Place Like Home" Part 1 - Wytham Woods Professor Ben Sheldon describes one of the World’s longest-running ecological studies, into birds in their natural environments. Ben Sheldon, Chris Lintott 20 Nov 2014
23 Oxford Cultural Leaders Lucy Shaw, Oxford University Museum Partnership Manager, gives a talk on the Oxford Cultural Leaders Programme Lucy Shaw 21 Oct 2014
24 Creative Commons Philosophy of Criticism - Creativity, Culture and Tradition Prof. Berys Gaut (St Andrews) on Creativity Berys Gaut 20 Sep 2014
25 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 4 Dr Rami Mani gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace Rami Mani 02 Jun 2014
26 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 3 Chipo Chung gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace Chipo Chung 02 Jun 2014
27 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 2 Taghreed Elsanhouri gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace Taghreed Elsanhouri 02 Jun 2014
28 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 1 William Kelly gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace William Kelly 02 Jun 2014
29 Creative Commons Was Schubert a musical brain? Prof. Raymond Tallis deepens his argument against the idea that we are our brains. He believes there is a distinction in kind between humans and other animals. This he illustrates by appeal to the differences between the music of Schubert and the singing Raymond Tallis 07 May 2014
30 Creative Commons Spiders, yes, but why cats? Prof.Iain McGilchrist illustrates his argument by appeal to a number of paintings done by psychotic patients. He points to various commonalities between these paintings and speculates on the ways in which they support claims about the two hemispheres and Iain McGilchrist 07 May 2014
31 Creative Commons Am I my mind? Prof. Iain McGilchrist, whilst agreeing with Tallis that we are not our brains argues that we can learn a great deal about our culture by learning more about our brain. In particular we should recognise we have two hemispheres, each with a different funct Iain McGilchrist 07 May 2014
32 Creative Commons Am I my brain? Prof. Raymond Tallis argues that extraordinary claims have been made for neurophysiology. For example it has been said that a person is nothing but his or her brain. Professor Raymond Tallis rejects this ‘neuromania’. He shows why it is attractive, but al Raymond Tallis 07 May 2014
33 Creative Commons Liminal living: eating disordered embodiment and the reconfiguring of social being Karin Eli, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the UBVO seminar series Karin Eli 22 Mar 2014
34 Under Eastern Eyes: The Raj in Modern Indian Memory Dr. Misra, Lecturer in Modern History at Oxford University and a Fellow of Keble College, gives a talk on The Raj in Modern Indian Memory. Maria Misra 28 Feb 2014
35 The Secret Mathematicians: the connections between maths and the arts Professor Marcus du Sautoy (New College), Charles Simonyi Chair in the Public Understanding of Science, author and broadcaster gives a talk about the connections beween art and mathematics Marcus du Sautoy 15 Jan 2014
36 Creative Commons 20.Spreading the Word. Cultural Connections talk by Marianne Talbot. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Marianne Talbot 07 Aug 2013
37 Creative Commons 19.Blogging, Postgraduate Life and the Contemporary Academy. Cultural Connections talk by Alex Pryce. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Alex Pryce 07 Aug 2013
38 18.Placing the Library at the Centre of the Community's Relationship With Media. Cultural Connections talk by Mitchell Davis. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Mitchell Davis 07 Aug 2013
39 Creative Commons 17.Publishing Born-digital Content. Cultural Connections Workshop with Mark Rogerson. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Mark Rogerson 07 Aug 2013
40 Creative Commons 16.To Shakespeare and Beyond: a panel discussion. Cultural Connections discussion panel Casandra Ash, Peter Kirwan, Jose Perez Diaz and Emma Smith. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Cassandra Ash, Peter Kirwan, José Pérez Díez, Emma Smith 07 Aug 2013
41 Creative Commons 10.Greg Walker in conversation with Jonathan Bate. Cultural Connections conversation. Greg Walker asks Jonathan Bate to reflect on his motivation for engaging with many activities and publics beyond the academic. Greg Walker, Jonathan Bate 07 Aug 2013
42 Spain and Europe, Old Myths and New Realities W.H.Auden described Spain as "...that arid square, that fragment nipped off from hot Africa, soldered so crudely to inventive Europe". This discussion looks in more detail at Spain's place in Europe, as well as the image and reality of Spain today. Charles Powell, Esperanza Aguirre, Tom Burns 22 May 2013
43 Creative Commons 6.7 Robert Madelin: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Robert Madelin (EU Director-­General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology) talks about information and communications technology for cultural heritage and collaborations between institutions. Robert Madelin 08 Mar 2013
44 Creative Commons 6.8 Mechtild Rössler and Giovanni Boccardi: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Dr Mechtild Rössler (UNESCO, Deputy Director, World Heritage Centre) and Giovanni Boccardi (UNESCO, Sustainable Development) talk about international collaboration for cultural heritage issues. Mechtild Rössler, Giovanni Boccardi 08 Mar 2013
45 Creative Commons 6.6 Carol Ann Scott: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Carol Ann Scott (Chair, ICOM UK) talks about the work of ICOM UK, her role as a Museums and Heritage Consultant, and potential collaboration with the University. Carol Ann Scott 08 Mar 2013
46 Creative Commons 6.5 Susan Denyer: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Susan Denyer (World Heritage Adviser, ICOMOS) talks about The International Council on Monuments and Sites. Susan Denyer 08 Mar 2013
47 Creative Commons 6.4 Christopher Young: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Christopher Young (Head of International Advice, English Heritage) talks about English Heritage and potential collaboration with the University. Christopher Young 08 Mar 2013
48 Creative Commons 6.3 Malcolm Airs: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? In this talk Professor Airs (Director, Kellogg Centre for the Historic Environment) talks about collaborations between Kellogg College and other academic institutions. Malcolm Airs 08 Mar 2013
49 Creative Commons 6.2 Introductory Remarks: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Professor Loren Griffith (Director of International Strategy) delivers introductory remarks for the sixth lecture in the Cultural Heritage Forum "How can the University and cultural organisations collaborate?". Loren Griffith 08 Mar 2013
50 Creative Commons 6.1 Introduction: How Can the University and Cultural Organisations Collaborate? Professor Donna Kurtz introduces the sixth lecture in the Cultural Heritage Forum, entitled "How can the University and cultural organisations collaborate?". Donna Kurtz 08 Mar 2013
51 Creative Commons Abbasid Culture and the Universal History of Freethinking Professor Al-Azmeh, Professor in the School of Historical and Interdisciplinary Studies, Central European University, Budapest, gives a talk for the Cantemir Institute. Aziz Al-Azmeh 06 Mar 2013
52 Creative Commons 5.5 Cultural Heritage and the Global Market Professor Linda Scott (DP World Chair for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Saïd Business School) delivers the final part of the lecture "How can leadership development and the world of commerce contribute?". Linda Scott 28 Feb 2013
53 Creative Commons 5.4 Cultural Economics and the Heritage Industry Dr Pegram Harrison (Fellow in Entrepreneurship, Saïd Business School) delivers part 4/5 of the lecture "How can leadership development and the world of commerce contribute?". Pegram Harrison 28 Feb 2013
54 Creative Commons 5.3 Culture in Executive Education: Tangible Evidence Tracey Camillieri (Director, Oxford Strategic Leadership Programme, Saïd Business School) talks about culture in Executive Education. Tracey Camillieri 28 Feb 2013
55 Creative Commons 5.2 Roy Westbrook: How Can Leadership Development and the World of Commerce Contribute? Professor Roy Westbrook (Deputy Dean, Saïd Business School) delivers part 2/5 of the lecture "How can leadership development and the world of commerce contribute?". Roy Westbrook 28 Feb 2013
56 Creative Commons 5.1 Introduction: How Can Leadership Development and the World of Commerce Contribute? In this talk Professor Donna Kurtz introduces the fifth lecture in the series "How can leadership development and the world of commerce contribute?". Donna Kurtz 28 Feb 2013
57 Creative Commons 4.2 Emily Hudson: What is Cultural Heritage Law? Dr Emily Hudson (Fellow, Intellectual Property Law,) talks about legal regimes relevant to the preservation, use and accessibility of cultural heritage. Emily Hudson 25 Feb 2013
58 Creative Commons 4.5 Ewan McKendrick: What is Cultural Heritage Law? Professor Ewan McKendrick (Registrar and Professor of Private Law) looks at cultural heritage law from a university perspective. Ewan McKendrick 25 Feb 2013
59 Creative Commons 4.1 Introduction: What is Cultural Heritage Law? In this talk Professor Kurtz introduces the fourth lecture of the series 'What is cultural heritage law?'. Donna Kurtz 25 Feb 2013
60 Creative Commons 4.3 Cultural Heritage Law and Increasing Access to Primary Source Material. Peter Hirtle (Senior Policy Advisor to the Cornell University Library) delivers part 3/5 of the lecture "What is cultural heritage law?". Peter Hirtle 25 Feb 2013
61 Creative Commons 4.4 Timothy Endicott: What is Cultural Heritage Law? Professor Timothy Endicott (Dean of the Faculty of Law) talks about cultural heritage law and cultural heritage studies in Oxford University. Timothy Endicott 25 Feb 2013
62 Creative Commons 3.7 OUP and Disseminating Cultural Heritage Mike Monaghan (IT Director for Global Academic Business, Oxford University Press) delivers the final part of the lecture "How has technology transformed access and dissemination?". Mike Monaghan 18 Feb 2013
63 Creative Commons 3.6 Leveraging Social Science Tools to Understand the Digital Humanities Dr Eric Meyer (Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute) delivers part 6/7 of the lecture "How has technology transformed access and dissemination?". Eric Meyer 18 Feb 2013
64 Creative Commons 3.5 Libraries Don't Have to Change, Do They? Dr Wolfram Horstmann (Associate Director for Digital Library Programmes and Information Technology, Bodleian Libraries) talks about cultural heritage and libraries. Wolfram Horstmann 18 Feb 2013
65 Creative Commons 3.4 The Ashmolean: Eastern Art Online Digitisation Paul Groves talks about Cultural Heritage and his role as project manager for the Ashmolean Eastern Art Online Website in part 4/6 of the lecture "How has technology transformed access and dissemination?". Paul Groves 18 Feb 2013
66 Creative Commons 3.3 Cultural Heritage and the Oxford e-Research Centre Professor David de Roure (Director, Oxford e-­Research Centre) delivers part 3/7 of the lecture "How has technology transformed access and dissemination?". David De Roure 18 Feb 2013
67 Creative Commons 3.2 Cultural Heritage and Information Technology Professor Anne Trefethen (Chief Information Officer) delivers part 2/7 of the lecture "How has technology transformed access and dissemination?". Anne Trefethen 18 Feb 2013
68 Creative Commons 3.1 Introduction: How has Technology Transformed Access and Dissemination? Donna Kurtz introduces the subject 'How has technology transformed access and dissemination?'. Donna Kurtz 18 Feb 2013
69 Creative Commons 2.3 Heritage Science Professor Heather Viles (Professor of Biogeomorphology and Heritage Conservation) delivers part 3/6 of the lecture "How has globalisation changed perceptions of cultural heritage?". Heather Viles 18 Feb 2013
70 Creative Commons 2.5 Internet, Social Networks and Cultural Heritage Dr Francesca Leoni (Ashmolean Museum, Curator of Islamic Art) delivers part 5/6 of the lecture "How has globalisation changed perceptions of cultural heritage?". Francesca Leoni 18 Feb 2013
71 Creative Commons 2.4 The Ashmolean and Cultural Heritage Dr Mallica Kumbera Landrus (Ashmolean Museum, Teaching Curator) talks about the seminar subject 'How has globalisation changed perceptions of cultural heritage?' in relation to the Ashmolean. Mallica Kumbera Landrus 18 Feb 2013
72 Creative Commons 2.6 Cultural Heritage and the Faculty of Oriental Studies Professor Rana Mitter (Director-Designate of the China Centre) delivers the final part of the lecture "How has globalisation changed perceptions of cultural heritage?". Rana Mitter 18 Feb 2013
73 Creative Commons 2.2 The study of Asia and the Middle East in Oxford University Professor Ed Herzig (Oriental Studies, Persian) delivers part 2/6 of the lecture "How has globalisation changed perceptions of cultural heritage?". Ed Herzig 18 Feb 2013
74 Creative Commons 2.1 Introduction: How has Globalisation Changed Perceptions of Cultural Heritage? Professor Donna Kurtz introduces the subject 'How has globalisation changed perceptions of cultural heritage?'. Donna Kurtz 18 Feb 2013
75 Creative Commons 1.6 International Strategy Loren Griffith (Director of International Strategy) delivers the final part of the lecture "What can the University contribute and how can it benefit?". Loren Griffith 18 Feb 2013
76 Creative Commons 1.4 Teaching Through Objects and Enabling a Closer Working Between Colleagues in the Teaching Departments of the University Giovanna Vitelli (Director, Ashmolean Museum University Engagement Programme) delivers part 4/6 of the lecture "What can the University contribute and how can it benefit?". Giovanna Vitelli 18 Feb 2013
77 Creative Commons 1.3 The Unique Cultural Resource of the Ashmolean Museum Dr Christopher Brown (Director of the Ashmolean Museum) delivers part 3/6 of the lecture "What can the University contribute and how can it benefit?". Christopher Brown 18 Feb 2013
78 Creative Commons 1.2 Humanities at Oxford University and How Important Cultural Heritage as a Theme Is Professor Shearer West (Head of the Humanities Division) delivers part 2/6 of the lecture "What can the University contribute and how can it benefit?". Shearer West 18 Feb 2013
79 Creative Commons 1.1 Introduction to the Cultural Heritage Forum Donna Kurtz introduces the series and asks 'What can the University contribute and how can it benefit?'. Donna Kurtz 18 Feb 2013
80 Creative Commons After Cool Japan: Contemporary Art in the Post-Bubble, Post-Disaster Society Professor Adrian Favell, (Professor of Sociology, Centre d'études européennes Sciences Po, France) gives a talk for the Nissan Japan Studies seminar series. Adrian Favell 05 Nov 2012
81 Creative Commons The Flexible City: overcoming Lock-In and Path-Dependency Cities are epicentres of creativity and innovation but are also easily locked into patterns of infrastructure and behaviour that may not serve them best. Steve Rayner 02 Oct 2012
82 Creative Commons The Flexible City: overcoming Lock-In and Path-Dependency Cities are epicentres of creativity and innovation but are also easily locked into patterns of infrastructure and behaviour that may not serve them best. Steve Rayner 02 Oct 2012
83 Melina Mercouri's cultural activity and its continuation: Europe-economy and the power of culture Spyros Mercouris delivers a lecture on 7 June 2012 at St Antony's College, University of Oxford. Spyros Mercouris 19 Jun 2012
84 Creative Commons Malcolm Rogers: The Art Museum in the 21st Century Malcolm Rogers (Ann and Graham Gund Director, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) delivers a lecture as Visiting Professor in Museums Galleries and Libraries. Malcolm Rogers 19 Jun 2012
85 On the concept of cultural transmission. Anthropology Departmental Seminar In this Anthropology Departmental Seminar, Roy Ellen (University of Kent) discusses 'On the concept of cultural transmission' (18 February 2011). Roy Ellen 10 May 2012
86 Creative Commons Why the Internet won't get you any more friends Professor Robin Dunbar, Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, Oxford, gives a talk as part of the Keble College Creativity Lecture series. Robin Dunbar 28 Mar 2012
87 Body Arts: The Panará People Dr Elizabeth Ewart of the University's Institute of Anthropology and Jaanika Vider, a former student, discuss body adornment and identity in Amazonia,. Elizabeth Ewart, Jaanika Vider 22 Aug 2011
88 Body Arts: Feathers, Beads and Paint Professor Peter Rivière and Director of the Pitt Rivers Museum, Dr Mike O'Hanlon, discuss decorative applications of feathers, beads and paint to the body,. Peter Rivière, Mike O'Hanlon 22 Aug 2011
89 Body Arts: Scent, Pain and Exchange Professor Jeremy MacClancy of Oxford Brookes University talks to Helen Hales of the Pitt Rivers Museum about themes including scent and perfume,. Jeremy MacClancy, Helen Hales 22 Aug 2011
90 Body Arts: What is Body Art? Sixth-form artists from Cheney School search out the decorated and opinionated residents of Oxford to get their views on Body Art. Pitt Rivers Museum 15 Aug 2011
91 Creative Commons The Changing face of Art Journalism (1945-2011) Peter Aspden, Arts Writer, Financial Times, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute on 22nd June 2011. Peter Aspden 19 Jul 2011
92 Religion and the (Un)translatability of Cultures Professor Jan Assmann gives the first lecture in the Visiting Professorship in Interfaith Studies as part of the Humanitas lecture series. Jan Assmann 19 Jul 2011
93 Creative Commons The Elusive Censor: The Difficulties of Researching Soviet Censorship Thirteenth presentation of the Research Approaches to Former Soviet States: A Practical Introduction conference. Introduction by Jon Waterlow. Samantha Sherry 22 Feb 2011
94 Alanine Transaminase vs. Socio-Cultural Factors in determining body mass increase Maciej Henneberg gives a talk for the UBVO seminar series entitled 'Alanine Transaminase is a better marker than Socio-Cultural Factors for Body Mass Increase in Healthy Males: A Study of 46,000 Swiss Conscripts'. Maciej Henneberg 20 Jul 2010
95 Don't Hate the Player, Hate the Game: Internet Games, Social Inequality and Racist Talk as Griefing This talk recaps the history of racist griefing online and link the current crisis in racial discourse in the US with this practice, exploring the implications for digital games as a transnational public sphere. Lisa Nakamura 20 Jul 2010
96 Creative Commons Treasures of Oxford - Athenian Wine Drinking Cup Sir John Boardman talks about a wine drinking cup made in Ancient Athens; he also talks about what we can learn from it about Ancient Greek culture and the kind of lifestyle the Greeks had. John Boardman 11 Mar 2010
97 Those Golden Eggs Come From Somewhere: Internet Regulation at a Crossroads A discussion of how largely well-intentioned political and legal reactions to the highest-profile risks of ICT creates a danger of perhaps killing the goose that is giving us golden eggs of innovation, decentralization, and personal empowerment. Michael Froomkin 08 Mar 2010
98 Cooperation, Norms and Conflict: Towards Simulating the Foundations of Society In order to understand social systems, it is essential to identify the circumstances under which individuals spontaneously start cooperating or developing shared behaviors, norms, and culture. Dirk Helbing 05 Mar 2010
99 Creative Commons Cornelia Sorabji: Jowett's protégée in Oxford 1889-1893 Professor Richard Sorabji (Wolfson College, Oxford) - Cornelia Sorabji: Jowett's protígíe in Oxford 1889-1893. Richard Sorabji 03 Mar 2010
100 Creative Commons Repainting Ajanta: the global impact of the Frescoes and their copies Dr Rupert Arrowsmith (UCL) - 'Repainting Ajanta: the global impact of the Frescoes and their copies.'. Rupert Arrowsmith 03 Mar 2010