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(Nov. 20, 2000)
Jay Winter: Impact of World War I
Historian Jay Winter analyzes World War I, the foundational disaster of the 20th Century, and its impact on the century's tragedies: "Without World War I, there is no Hitler, without it no Lenin, without it no Auschwitz." -- Jay Winter, History Dept.
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(Nov. 10, 2000)
Giving Back: Medical school graduates serving special populations - Thomas Morris, P&S
Giving Back: Many Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons graduates are returning to serve their communities or working with special populations such as AIDS patients. Thomas Morris, Interim Dean for Clinical and Educational Affairs, P&S
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(Nov. 06, 2000)
Gary Y. Okihiro Manning Marable
Okihiro and Marable Discuss Dynamic Between Blacks and Asians
Okihiro and Marable discuss tensions and the common ground between Blacks and Asians prior to ground breaking conference that will draw ethnic studies experts to Columbia, Nov. 9-10 -- Gary Y. Okihiro, historian, director of Center for Study of Ethnicity and Race; Manning Marable, historian, director of African American Studies
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Bush, Gore Offer Contrasting Presidential Images
(Oct. 20, 2000)
Presidential Candidates Have Different Tasks in Winning 2000 Election. -- Alan Brinkley, History
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(Oct. 16, 2000)
Evan Cornog: Campaigning & Governing
Political campaigns have always been contentious and personal, but now campaigning and governing are growing increasingly similar. -- Evan Cornog, Journalism
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Dean Allan Formicola: Oral Health
(Oct. 11, 2000)
Surgeon General's report links oral health to general health -- Dean Allan Formicola, School of Dental and Oral Surgery
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(Oct. 05, 2000)
Robert Shapiro: Public Opinion
Elected officials are not swayed by public opinion but rather by political philosophy and constituencies. -- Robert Shapiro, Political Science
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Bette Gordon: Thinking Film Audiences
(Sept. 26, 2000)
The idea of pure entertainment is eroding; film audiences are more willing to think. -- Bette Gordon, Film Division, School of the Arts
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(Sept. 22, 2000)
David I. Hirsh: The Sequencing of The Human Genome
The sequencing of the human genome is more a starting point than an end point. - David I. Hirsh, Interim Dean Research, CP&S, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics
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