History

Strata: Portraits of Humanity - Nov'16

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(1) Archaeologists dive on Marigondon Cave, best known as one of the most famous diving spots in Cebu City, Philippines. It would have been above sea level during the last glacial periods of 22,000 and 38,000 BP so it could have been inhabited then. (2) Archaeologists carried out excavations over the summer of 2014 on the route to bypass Cannington, a town in West Somerset, England. They found the remains of three Roman buildings, including a high-status villa complete with under-floor heating and evidence of painted wall plaster and a slate roof.

OLLI presents - Richard Williams - 1932 US and German Elections: What Do They Tell Us About Voting in 2016? Session Two

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OLLI, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, presents Richard Williams and his lecture '1932 US and German Elections: What Do They Tell Us About Voting in 2016?' Session 2 of 2

OLLI presents - Richard Williams - 1932 US and German Elections: What Do They Tell Us About Voting in 2016? Session One

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OLLI, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, presents Richard Williams and his lecture '1932 US and German Elections: What Do They Tell Us About Voting in 2016?' Session 1 of 2

The Heart of the Matter - Racial Tensions: Pt 2 - Changing the Trajectory

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This is part 2 of a 4 part series about racial tensions. This series addresses how the current racial tensions and fears are permeating political choices, influencing interactions with police and how we see each other in general. Andrea Jones interviews Sandy Holman about these critical issues and explores the origins of these things, as well as possible strategies to address these challenges.