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Into thinner air: How pikas live on the roof of the world and implications for their persistence

Recorded: April 17, 2019

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Are We Rome or Greece: America's Infatuation with Classical Antiquity

Dr. Caroline Winterer Professor of History and Classics, Stanford University Dr. Winterer explores the question of which culture has influenced the United States the most – Ancient Greece…

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Understanding Thomas Jefferson

Dr. Annette Gordon-Reed and Dr. Peter Onuf Co-Authors, "The Most Blessed of Patriarchs: The Worlds of Thomas Jefferson" This Constitution Day presentation features two world-renowned…

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Is History Bunk?

Five CSU, Chico, Faculty Members from the Philosophy and History Departments Five CSU, Chico professors engage in a lively discussion of the question of historical truth; more specifically, how do…

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How to Write a Revolution

Dr. Martin Puchner Professor of Drama, English, and Comparative Literature, Harvard University Dr. Puchner’s presentation focuses on “The Formation of a Genre,” a chapter about…

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Bertrand Russell Editorial Project

Dr. Louis Greenspan Professor Emeritus, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada In this lecture, Dr. Greenspan, director of the Bertrand Russell Editorial Project at McMaster University…

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