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Museum Lecture Series

National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

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The Lecture Series features an exciting array of speakers who impart a diversity of perspectives on USAF heritage. Lecturers include active duty or retired military members, specialists in research, development and technology, and historians and authors.
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Leadership Lecture Series

Biola University

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In this series, listeners will be provided with a wealth of practical advice on pairing the often conflicting worlds of faith and business. The lectures in this collection feature Wayne Grudem, Dallas Willard, and many others as they attempt to analyze topics of work, business, leadership, stewardship, faith, and money from a Christian perspective.
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Recordings from the six 2019 annual Lenten Lectures on Great Spiritual Doctors of the Church: St. Augustine by Dr. David Deavel; St. Catherine of Siena by Sr. Mary Margaret O’Brien, OP; St. Teresa of Avila by Sr. Teresa Christi Balek, OP; St. John of the Cross by Elizabeth Kelly; St. Francis de Sales by Dr. Kevin Ferdinandt; St. Therese of Lisieux by Fr. Robert Altier. Fridays in Lent following 7:00 p.m. Stations of the Cross.
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CREECA Lecture Series Podcast

Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia at the University of Wisconsin, Madison

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CREECA’s mission is to support research, teaching, and outreach on Russia, Eastern and Central Europe, and Central Asia. We approach this three-part mission by promoting faculty research across a range of disciplines; by supporting graduate and undergraduate teaching and training related to the region; and by serving as a community resource through outreach activities targeted to K-12 teachers and students, other institutions of higher education, and the general public. As a U.S. Department ...
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Sir Charles Lilley (1827–97) was a towering figure in politics and law in colonial Queensland, but his final years were dogged by controversy.  In October 1892, Sir Charles announced his intention to resign as second Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Queensland (1879–93). The catalyst was his behaviour throughout the 57-day civil trial of Queen…
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Audry Hawkins is back to discuss antimicrobial stewardship in pneumonia. She starts with comparing differences in guidelines and recent primary literature on empiric treatment of pneumonia. Hawkins then evaluates appropriate empiric step-down therapy and durations and after, discusses the nuances in guideline recommendations for pneumonia. Some ite…
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Crystal Heishman presents an introduction on the broad topic of Infection Prevention. Heishman presents how to identify methods to prevent infectious disease transmission and how to implement device related infection prevention strategies for CAUTI and CLABSI. After, she discusses appropriate testing requirements for C.Diff. Some items in this lect…
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Matthew Kendall (Assistant Professor in the Department of Polish, Russian, and Lithuanian Studies, University of Illinois-Chicago) will give a lecture on “Revolutions per Minute: Sonic Inscription, Soviet Writing, and Mikhail Romm’s Oral Stories” on Thursday, October 26, 2023 at 4:00 pm in 206 Ingraham Hall, 1155 Observatory Drive.About the lecture…
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Dr. Ben Rogers presents a lecture on reflux by discussing a classic presentation of reflux as well as testing. Dr. Rogers emphasizes modifying care and diagnosis towards each patient with their own unique symptoms. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at the end of the le…
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In this presentation, Dr. Ryan Doster gives an introduction to diagnostic stewardship after last week's discussion on antimicrobial stewardship. After, Audry Hawkins, PharmD, BCIDP, returns to give an overview on blood culture. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at the …
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In this introduction to antimicrobial stewardship, Audry Hawkins first lists untoward effects of antibiotic use. She then describes antibiotic stewardship principles, goals, and strategies. After, she recognizes changes in the regulatory roadmap and national landscape of antimicrobial stewardship over the past few years, including requirements for …
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Dr. Malika Rawal presents Adrenal Insufficiency by first answering the question: What Is Adrenal Insufficiency? She then reviews its causes as well as some basics of cortisol. After, Dr. Rawal discusses testing and treatment. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at the en…
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Debra Javeline (Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame) will present on her book, After Violence: Russia’s Beslan School Massacre and the Peace that Followed (Oxford University Press, 2023). Free and open to the public.About the lecture: Starting on September 1, 2004, and ending 53 hours later, Ru…
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Historian Adrienne Edgar (Professor in the Department of History at the University of California, Santa Barbara) will present on her recent book, Intermarriage and the Friendship of Peoples: Ethnic Mixing in Soviet Central Asia (Cornell University Press, 2022). Free and open to the public.About the lecture: In marked contrast to its Cold War rivals…
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Lecture with Grigory Vaypan.Grigory traces the root causes of Russia’s war against Ukraine to the failure of the post-Soviet transitional justice project in the early 1990s. When the Soviet totalitarian regime collapsed, very little was done to confront its past crimes. Impunity for Soviet-era atrocities set the ground for persecution and abuse of …
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Dr. Bryan Moffett presents "Sodium Derangements in the Medical Patient" by first differentiating the difference between total body sodium and sodium concentration. The then breaks down the physiology, causes, and treatment of hyponatremia. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-lin…
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A statement praising ‘conscientious honest lawyers’ was published in a Brisbane newspaper in 1874. At that time, the public image of lawyers—barristers, as well as solicitors—was poor. For decades Queensland Parliaments were inclined to agree. The creation of the incorporated Queensland Law Society was seen as an important step in improving the rep…
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Model: https://image.nostr.build/72ebeb1a7f67b77e4f0c1f7c2765b3e1acb32b122f69edf54c9649cf3c04f4af.jpg Show Notes: Integration from an integral theory perspective. Spiritual practice Crisis Support: https://maps.org/take-action/resources/crisis-resources/ Books: Inner Game of Tennis - Timothy Gallwey, The Presence Process - Michael Brown, A New Eart…
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Lecture with Professor Kenneth J. Yin.First migrating from northwest China to Russian Central Asia after the suppression of the Dungan Revolt (1862–1877) under the Manchu-led Qing dynasty, the Dungan people boast a rich oral tradition, which served as an important breeding ground for the development of Dungan written literature in the Soviet period…
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This presentation will focus on the migration of Kazakhs, Uyghurs, Russians and some other ethnic groups from Xinjiang province of China to Soviet Kazakhstan in the 1950-60s. Discussion of the migration based on analysis of the Soviet archival materials as well as oral histories of migrants will be put into the context of the Great Game paradigm, t…
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George Rogers Harding (1838–1895) was the 5th Judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland and is regarded as one of Queensland’s finest civil lawyers, whose rigorous analytical approach helped to establish the reputation of the Supreme Court. He is also known as one of Queensland’s most influential bibliophiles and was instrumental in developing a fin…
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The talk focuses on the socio-economic consequences of the war and the factors contributing to the resilience of the Ukrainian people. Russia’s war against Ukraine has been ongoing for many years, and despite the challenges, the Ukrainian people have shown remarkable resilience in the face of adversity. The talk will highlight the factors that have…
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Many consider Lord Denning (1899–1999) to be the most important English judge of the 20th century. His witty and trenchant judgments are read by law students and cited by legal texts and lawyers in the United Kingdom as well as Australia, Canada and beyond. The Honourable James Douglas uses this lecture to examine Lord Denning’s life and judicial p…
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The ideas of the Protestant Reformation, followed by the European Enlightenment, had a profound and long-lasting impact on Russia’s church and society in the long eighteenth century. Though the Orthodox Church was often assumed to have been hostile toward outside influence, Ivanov’s recent book argues that the institution in fact embraced many West…
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Dr. David Armstrong presents Systemic Lupus Erythematosus by first presenting a case. He then discusses the history of SLE as well as the different kinds of lupus. After, he differentiates between systemic lupus erythematosus and drug-induced lupus. And finally, Dr. Armstrong gives examples of treatment and drug induced lupus management. Some items…
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What happens when women’s political quotas are implemented in non-democracies? Valeria Umanets focuses on understanding the political and social meaning and manipulation of gender in the Soviet Union, which held informal women’s political quotas for almost 75 years. Specifically, this talk focuses on the political engagement of women in the Soviet …
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The great puzzle of Russia-West relations throughout the three post-Cold War decades has been the apparent reluctance of the Kremlin to reap significant and evident benefits from collaboration with the United States and its allies. At many junctures, Moscow consistently chose confrontation over reassurance of its western counterparts and other key …
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Finland was the first country in Europe to allow for suffrage for both men and women and the first in the world where women were elected to national legislative office. Using turn of the 20th century Finland as an example, Professor Tripp will demonstrate how war and the end of empire are linked to the expansion of women's citizenship. (The lecture…
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In Glomerular Disease Part One, Dr. Dawn Caster begins by discussing the classifications of common renal pathology and after, focuses on nephrotic syndrome. Dr. Caster gives an overview of nephrotic syndrome and its associated abnormalities as well as the mechanisms of the thrombophilic state in nephrotic syndrome. In part two. Dr. Caster will disc…
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The literature of the war against Ukraine testified to the profound changes that took place in the nature of Ukrainian artistic expression: from the loss of the very ability to speak, through the development of a new poetics of the voice and body, through literalism as the restoration of the connection between the word and reality and the rejection…
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Russia's war against Ukraine has brought about a radical restructuring of the Russian political economy, placing transformative ideology and outright coercion firmly at the heart of power. Despite this, the war and its consequences have produced remarkably little resistance. This discussion delves beyond the dynamics of coercion and ideology, to in…
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Robin Ince is best known as the host of Radio 4's The Infinite Monkey Cage with Professor Brian Cox. Since writing his book I'm a Joke and So Are You, Robin has become increasingly engaged with trying to understand the disparity between how we project ourselves to the outside world and who we are on the inside. Weapons of Empathy explored neuroscie…
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The Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022 has its roots in the events of 2013–2014. Russia cynically termed the seditionist conflict in Crimea and Eastern Donbas a ‘civil war’ in order to claim non-involvement. This flies in the face of evidence, but the authors argue that the social science literature on civil wars can be used help understand why no…
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How can the Russian economy, moving from one crisis to another one, avoid significant hikes in unemployment? How does human capital evolve when workers’ wages peak so early and then decline so steeply? How does a country so rich in human capital exhibit such low productivity? Vladimir Gimpelson suggests some explanations and proposes how examining …
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Alexa Filley, PharmD, delivers a lecture on Common HIV Regimens and Opportunistic Infection Prophylaxis. She first reviews common human immunodeficiency virus treatment regimens and after, discusses patient/medication characteristics to guide therapy selection. Filley concludes her presentation by reviewing and applying Department of Health and Hum…
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