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Environmental Lawyer, The

Environmental law expert, resource planner, and law student discuss the emerging profession of environmental law. Talent: John E. Bardach, UM-SNR; Joseph L. Sax, UM-Law; James Swan, UM-ISR

From  Dallas Pillen 8 Months ago

Phenomena [Part 1]:

Eleven part "magazine" program with short features on events, personalities and institutions of interest. This segment includes a "trigger film" to improve writing skills, a…

From  Dallas Pillen 8 Months ago

Heads and/or Tails

Memory transfer and cannibalism in flatworms, training flatworms to run mazes. UM scientists will discuss some new ideas about the nature of learning and memory based upon experiments conducted with…

From  Dallas Pillen 8 Months ago

Life on Display

Staff members of the UM Museum discuss and demonstrate the creation of life-like natural science exhibits. Talent: Irving G. Reiman; Robert S. Butsch; William A. Lunk

From  Dallas Pillen 8 Months ago

History Under Glass

A behind-the-scenes tour of a modern day exhibit museum. Talent: Irving G. Reiman, Dir. UM Exhibit Museum

From  Dallas Pillen 8 Months ago

Art Museum

Shots of several painting and sculpture exhibits in the UM Art Museum. Several good shots of curator at various exhibits.

From  Dallas Pillen 8 Months ago

Greek Theatre U.S.A.

A progress report on the first classic Greek theater in the U.S. in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Talent: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; Alexis Solomis; Clara Owens

From  Dallas Pillen 8 Months ago

We Came to Ann Arbor

An Alumni Association sponsored film featuring scenes from UM campus and Ann Arbor including footage from 1930s, Interviews with alumni who have returned to campus.

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago

Ancient Drama - Modern Times [Part 3]: The Speaker and the Word

The Speaker and the Word; Theatre is essentially the speaker and the word, success often depends on how well the word is spoken. Artistic director of Ypsilanti, Michigan Greek Theatre shows how…

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago

Ancient Drama - Modern Times [Part 2]: Out of Time, Out of Place

Out of Time, Out of Place:; A classical scholar and a theatre director conclude that the classic Greek plays can be translated for modern audiences. Talent: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; Alexis…

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago

Faculty Interviews

Faculty Interviews-Professors Moore, Payne, Buttrey. Talent: Professor Moore;Joseph Payne, UM-Math;Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class. This video is silent.

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago

Twelve Caesars of Suetonius [Part 10]: Domitian

Domitian.; Buttrey recapitulates Suetonius' theme that "power corrupts," reviews the period of the civil wars, 44 B.C to 96 A.D. and the 150 years of peace beginning in the reign of…

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago

Twelve Caesars of Suetonius [Part 9]: Titus

Titus.; Trained by his father Vespasian to be a "good, upright, decent Roman", Titus ruled for two years, was deified after his death. Talent: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; Robert Starring,…

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago

Twelve Caesars of Suetonius [Part 8]: Vespasian

Vespasian.; Of the Flavius family, Vespasian is portrayed as a rebuilder, a trustworthy commander, honest and competent. Talent: Theodore Buttrey, UM-Class.; Robert Starring, actor

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago

Twelve Caesars of Suetonius [Part 7]: Galba, Otho, Vitellus

Galba, Otho, Vitellus.; Galba, enemy of Nero, a stern, parsimonious, ruthless commander, lost support of the army, was murdered by Otho who ruled for 95 days before being brought down by Vitellus.…

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago

Twelve Caesars of Suetonius [Part 6]: Nero

Nero.; Buttrey examines the contrast between Suetonius' gossip and historic fact, the boy emperor, the showman, his incest, his paranoia, his "art", his presidency over the beginning…

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago