Our Next Stage: Alaska Native Playwrights Project

2012-11-13 by

This event is a panel discussion with project founder, Ed Bourgeois, mentor and teacher, Jack Dalton, and playwrights Robin Lovelace, LM Heitman-Bruce and Lucas Rowley.

This event is sponsored with Alaska Center for the Book in celebration of Alaska Native American Indian Heritage Month. Carol Sturgulewski of the Alaska Center for the Book opens the discussion with some history of the center.

This event was podcast at the UAA Campus Bookstore on Nov. 8, 2012.



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Alaska Native Playwrights Project
Website
Jack Dalton
Website
Alaska Center for the Book
Website
UAA Campus Bookstore
Website

Dr. Casey Rentmeester: Climaxing Changes in Climate Change Thought

2012-11-13 by

Dr. Casey Rentmeester teaches in the Philosophy Dept. at UAA. At this event he highlights current changes in the field of environmental philosophy.

This podcast was sponsored by the UAA Campus Bookstore. It was recorded on Monday, Nov. 12, 2012.



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UAA Campus Bookstore
Website
Dr. Casey Rentmeester
UAA Dept. of Philosophy, bio page
UAA Dept. of Philosophy
Website

Meet and Greet: James and Deborah Fallows

2012-11-13 by

Deborah Fallows discusses her new book, ‘Dreaming in Chinese.’ Joining her is James Fallows author of ‘China Airbourne’ and ‘Postcards from Tomorrow Square’ He is a distinguished journalist, serving nearly 30 years as national correspondent for ‘The Atlantic.’

Annie Ping Zeng, director of the UAA Confucius Center, also spoke.

This event was sponsored by the UAA Campus Bookstore and the UAA Confucius Institute. The podcast was recorded Nov. 12, 2012 at the UAA Campus Bookstore.

The Fallows spoke later the same day at Wendy Williamson Auditorium, delivering the Bartlett Lecture for 2012.



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Bartlett Lecture
James and Deborah, Bartlett Lecture, Wendy Williamson Auditorium
UAA Confucius Institute
Website
Annie Ping Zang
Director, Confucius Institute contact info
James Fallows
The Atlantic
Deborah Fallows
Personal website

Bartlett Lecture: James and Deborah Fallows, China experts

2012-11-13 by News, Sports, and Art

The Bartlett Lecture Series was established in 1970 by the Bob Bartlett Memorial Fund and the University of Alaska.

The 2012 Bartlett Lecture was delivered by Deborah and James Fallows.

James is based in Washington as a national correspondent for The Atlantic and has worked for that magazine for nearly 30 years. He has a distinguished journalism career that includes authoring a number of books and being chosen as finalist for the National Magazine Award and winning the American Book Award for nonfiction.

Deborah authored ‘Dreaming in Chinese.’ She is a linguist and writes on women, education, work and t ravel and has appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, National Geographic and Newsweek.



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Bartlett Lecture Series
Website
James Fallows
The Atlantic
Deborah Fallows
Personal website

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