Classics/Classical Literature and Civilisation undergraduate open day talk 2018

Classics/Classical Literature and Civilisation undergraduate open day talk 2018

In this next half hour we’ll be talking to you about what sort of department we are, the values that bring us together and that inform our research and our teaching and I’ll talk to you a little about how your degree will develop if you came here to study what you’ve been doing year […]

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Spirituality is A Science | Mahatria On Science Of Spirituality

Spirituality is A Science | Mahatria On Science Of Spirituality

Yeah, you already know that whenever human intelligence directed itself towards a new field, it gave birth to a new field of science. And that is how every field of science had evolved. Man wanted to study matter, gave birth to physics. Man wanted to study composition of matter, gave birth to chemistry. Man wanted […]

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Ophelia, Gertrude, and Regicide – Hamlet II: Crash Course Literature 204

Ophelia, Gertrude, and Regicide – Hamlet II: Crash Course Literature 204

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature and today we continue our discussion of Hamlet. Mr. Green, Mr. Green, I’ve figured it out already. Hamlet has an Oedipus complex. That explains everything. No, no, no Me From the Past. As we’ve already learned, not even Oedipus had an Oedipus complex. Although your fascination […]

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Fate, Family, and Oedipus Rex: Crash Course Literature 202

Fate, Family, and Oedipus Rex: Crash Course Literature 202

Hi! I’m John Green. Welcome to Crash Course Literature. Today we’re going to talk about Oedipus. Leo Tolstoy once famously wrote that “All happy families are alike, but each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” And I certainly hope that there’s no family as unhappy as Oedipus’s. Ancient Greek playwrights really specialized in […]

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Periods of English Literature || in Chronological Order

I am about to discuss the periods of famous literature in the early ordered or you may say the periods of English in Chronological order let’s start with the oldest period of our literature which is anglo-Saxon period Or even say the oldest period it begins in 450 ad with the settlement of three German […]

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New tracking system could show how pesticides are harming bee colonies

The humble bumblebee — fuzzy, adorable, yet a vital player in our ecosystem, responsible for pollinating crops across the country. But what happens when these critical pollinators come in contact with widely used pesticides? Researchers set out to answer this question by testing the behavioral effects of a popular insecticide imidacloprid — on colonies of […]

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George Orwell’s 1984, Part 2: Crash Course Literature #402

George Orwell’s 1984, Part 2: Crash Course Literature #402

Hi I’m John Green, this is Crash Course literature, and today we’re going back to the future–that is now past–to George Orwell’s 1984, which imagines a terrifying world in which every human activity is recorded and monitored. How unpleasant would that be, he said staring into a camera lens. So, as mentioned in our previous […]

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Spiritual Shipwreck of the Word-Faith Movement (Justin Peters) (Selected Scriptures)

Spiritual Shipwreck of the Word-Faith Movement (Justin Peters) (Selected Scriptures)

Let’s go to the Lord in a word of prayer, then we’ll begin. Our Father, we do thank You for this time and we pray that Your Holy Spirit who is always active, always present, always working will guide us into the truth of Your Word. Sanctify us in the truth of Your Word. And, […]

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Best Apps of Literature (apps to help you study literature)

Best Apps of Literature (apps to help you study literature)

what’s other guys how’s it going. Today I have a new video for you it’s about apps that can help you to study literature effectively and in this video I’m gonna record my mobile phone screen so you can see the apps directly used by me let’s check it out ok here we are again […]

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Race, Class, and Gender in To Kill a Mockingbird: Crash Course Literature 211

Race, Class, and Gender in To Kill a Mockingbird: Crash Course Literature 211

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature, and today we continue our discussion of To Kill a Mockingbird. So the takeaway from last week’s video about Mockingbird was this: “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view–until you climb into his skin and walk around in […]

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