The American Dream Is A Myth, Says Nobel-Prize Winner Joseph Stiglitz
It has become increasingly difficult for Americans to climb the economic ladder, says Joseph Stiglitz, a Nobel-prize winning economist. The U.S. has one of the highest levels of income inequality amon...
Tony Blair In Attempted Citizen's Arrest
He may have lost his job, but Twiggy Garcia may get a payout for his efforts.Journalist George Monbiot, who set up the Arrest Blair website, said the barman may qualify for a "bounty". "It'll take a d...
''Even A Brick Wants To Be Something'' - Louis Kahn
In 1904, at the age of three, Kahn suffered severe burns to his face and hands marking him for life. Who would have ever thought then that his preferred drawing material would have been charcoal with ...
Louis Kahn
En este video se proyectan imágenes que pertenecen al documental My Architect de Nathaniel Kahn, hijo de Louis Kahn.
The American Dream Is A Myth, Says Nobel-Prize Winner Joseph Stiglitz
It has become increasingly difficult for Americans to climb the economic ladder, says Joseph Stiglitz, a Nobel-prize winning economist. The U.S. has one of the highest levels of income inequality amon...
John Whiting (anthropologist)
John Wesley Mayhew Whiting (June 12, 1908 Chilmark, Massachusetts – May 13, 1999, Chilmark, Massachusetts) was an American sociologist and anthropologist, specializing in child development.Whit...
Arthur L. Horwich
Arthur L. Horwich (born 1951) is an American biologist and Sterling Professor of Genetics and Pediatrics at the Yale School of Medicine. Horwich has also been a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investi...
Leonard Bloomfield
Leonard Bloomfield (April 1, 1887 – April 18, 1949) was an American linguist who led the development of structural linguistics in the United States during the 1930s and the 1940s. His influential text...
Robert Richardson Sears
Robert Richardson Sears (/sɪərz/; August 31, 1908 – May 22, 1989) was an eminent American psychologist who specialized in child psychology. He was for many years the head of the psychology departmen...
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Rudolph Rummel
Rudolph Joseph Rummel (October 21, 1932 – March 2, 2014) was professor emeritus of political science at the University of Hawaii. He spent his career assembling data on collective violence and war wit...
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Erich Segal
Erich Wolf Segal (June 16, 1937 – January 17, 2010) was an American author, screenwriter, and educator. He was best known for writing the novel Love Story (1970), a best-seller, and wri...
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Robert Adair (physicist)
Robert Kemp Adair (born August 14, 1924) is an American physicist. He is Sterling Professor Emeritus of physics at Yale University.
Adair served in the European theatre after volunteering for Worl...
John Leslie Hotson
John Leslie Hotson, also known as J. Leslie Hotson or Leslie Hotson (16 August 1897 – 16 November 1992) was a scholar of Elizabethan literary puzzles.
He was born at Delhi, Ontario, on 16 August 1...
Michael Wilford
Michael Wilford CBE (born 1938) is an English architect from Hartfield, East Sussex. Wilford studied at the Northern Polytechnic School of Architecture, London, from 1955 to 1962, and at the Regent St...
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Robert Blocker
Robert Lewis Blocker, DMA (born 4 September 1946) is an American classical pianist, choral conductor, music educator, and music school executive at the collegiate level, who, for the past nineteen yea...
Joel Rosenbaum
Joel Rosenbaum is a professor of cell biology at Yale University [1].Rosenbaum received his bachelor's degree from Syracuse University in 1955, and later his M.Sc. Ed. from St. Lawrence University in ...
Sylvia Snowden
Sylvia Snowden is a black American artist.
Snowden received a scholarship to Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, Maine and has a certificate from Le Grande Chaumier in Paris, ...
Judith Malafronte
Judith Malafronte is an American mezzo-soprano currently on the faculty at Yale University. She is the winner of several top awards in Italy, Spain, Belgium and the US, including the Grand Prize at th...
Efficiency wages
In labor economics, the efficiency wage hypothesis argues that wages, at least in some markets, form in a way that is not market-clearing. Specifically, it points to the incentive for managers to pay ...
Henry Dutton
Henry Dutton (February 12, 1796 – April 26, 1869) was an American politician and the 38th Governor of Connecticut.
Dutton was born in Plymouth, Connecticut on February 12, 1796. He studied at Yale...