189 results found for: genres:"Motion pictures (visual work)"

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2014 Apr. 12

Science for the People (Organization)

SftP 2.0... Where Do We Go From Here? Closing Plenary

Plenary panel from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference discussing "The History and Lasting Significance of Science for the People." Pnalists discussed their experiences with science and activism, as well as the past and future of SftP. Following the discussion, the panalists answered questions from the audience. Panalists:Vinton Thompson, President, Metropolitan College, SftP me... more

Science for the People Records

2014 Apr. 12

Science for the People (Organization)

Teaching Social Justice in Science Session 1, Panel 3

A panel from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference discussing integrating science education, social context, and political context and the importance of incorparating social justice in science. Organized by Florence Sullivan. Roberta Garner, Professor of Sociobiology, DePaul University, SftP member, presented "Reclaiming Territory: Teaching Statistics, Methods, and Online Cour... more

Science for the People Records

2013

University of Massachusetts Amherst . Office of News and Media Relations

Public participation in the arts

A panel during the Arts Policy on the Ground symposium discussing public participation and engagement with the arts. Moderator: Sunil Iyengar, Director of Research and Analysis, NEA and panelists: Howard Herring, President and CEO, New Work Symphony; Ximena Varela, Associate Professor, American University; and James Chung, President, Reach Advisors.

University Films and Videos

2016 Apr. 8

Documenting punk The rest is propaganda: hearing, writing & performing punk

United States - Coley discusses his experiences as a writer in the punk scene in the 1970s and 1980s. Lunch discusses her evolution as a spoken word and no wave performer in New York in the 1970s and 1980s. Part of the 2016 Special Collections and University Archives eleventh Annual Colloquium on Social Change.

University Films and Videos

2014 Apr. 12

Science for the People (Organization)

Keynote Lecture Mentoring Comrades: The Dialectics of Political Mentoring in the Natural Sciences

Keynote lecture from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference. John Vandermeer, Asa Gray Distinguished University Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan, SftP member, presented "Mentoring Comrades: The Dialectics of Political Mentoring in the Natural Sciences."

Science for the People Records

2014 Apr. 12

Science for the People (Organization)

DC Metro Science for the People: Continuing our Legacy in the 21st Century! Session 2, Panel 8

A panel from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference discussing the work of the DC Metro Science for the People group, including topics relating to corporate development, patents, and conservation. Organized by David Schwartzman. Jane Zara, National Lawyers Guild, DC Statehood Green Party, DC Metro SftP, presented "Our DC Metro SFTP History; How to Combat the Expropriation, Appropri... more

Science for the People Records

2013

University of Massachusetts Amherst . Office of News and Media Relations

National Arts Policy Archives and Library

A panel during the Arts Policy on the Ground symposium discussing the launch of the National Arts Policy Archives and Library. Panel includes Maren Brown, Principal, Maren Brown Associates; Rob Cox, Head, Special Collections and University Archives; Patrice Walker Powell, Deputy Chair for Programs and Partnerships, NEA; Robert L. Lynch, President and CEO of Americans for the Arts; and Alex Aldrich, Ve... more

University Films and Videos

2013 Oct. 24

Bernhardt, Gary

Gary Bernhardt: oral history with Russell Annis

Amherst (Mass.) - Interview with Gary Bernhardt, former Director of University Without Walls and instructor of a Bachelors Degree with Independent Concentration course.

UMass Amherst Sesquicentennial Oral History Collection

2013

University of Massachusetts Amherst . Office of News and Media Relations

Public art and design

A panel during the Arts Policy on the Ground symposium discussing public art and design. Moderator: Jason Schupbach, Director of Design, NEA and panelists: Susan Chin, Executive Director, Design Trust for Public Space; Richard Andrews, Director, Turrell Foundation; and Pam Korza, Co-Director, Animating Democracy.

University Films and Videos

2014 Feb. 6

Baker, Erin

Erin Baker: oral history with Rusty Annis

Amherst (Mass.) - Interview with faculty member in the Wind Energy Program, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. Using mathematics degree after undergraduate study; Peace Corps; doctorate in Engineering Economic Systems at Stanford on climate change economics policy; arrival at UMass; status of women in engineering; industrial engineering; work in climate change policy and relation to wi... more

UMass Amherst Oral History Collection