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Jocelyne Cesari discusses how misunderstandings of Islam are crippling international relations.
Megan Epler Wood discusses how to make tourism a sustainable industry.
Eric Chaisson discusses the theory of cosmic evolution and energy that flows through systems.
Psychology lecturer Gene Heyman discusses his controversial book Addiction: A Disorder of Choice.
Arnold Howitt talks about how organizations respond to large-scale emergencies like Hurricane Sandy.
Donald Pfister discusses how European settlers made a lasting impact on New England’s trees.
Journalism instructor and attorney Allan Ryan discusses Julian Assange, Wikileaks, and journalism.
Gregory Nagy shares how studying the classics can give you a better understanding of humanism.
Professor Nichols discusses reforming nuclear strategy and reducing stockpiles.
Instructor and psychologist Shelley Carson discusses whether madness and creativity are linked.
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