By Yale University
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Yale Professors talk about their research and studies in world and area studies history.
||Empire and Tolerance: The Rise and Fall of World Dominant Powers||Yale Law School Professor Amy Chua gives her inaugural lecture as the John M. Duff Professor. Professor Chua, an expert on international business and globalization, gives a historical overview of world-dominant powers.||8/18/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||Golden Age of Spain: Cross-pollination of Muslim, Jewish and Christian culture in Medieval Spain||Golden Age of Spain: Cross-pollination of Muslim, Jewish and Christian culture in Medieval Spain. Recorded May 2, 2006.||8/23/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||The Importance of the Humanities throughout the Middle Ages||Bloch talks about the Middle Ages, viewing history through fabric, the importance of the humanities and the expansion from a concentration on the Western Canon to include literature and philosophy of the East.||8/10/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||The Rise & Fall of Hyperpowers: Tolerance, Intolerance & Lessons for America||Yale Law School Professor Amy Chua discusses the parallel trends in historical development of world-dominant empires, and the importance of tolerance in the historical and modern rise of international power.||7/30/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
I have thoroughly enjoyed to lectures from oxford, uc birkley, harvard,yale.georgetown university were very enlightening. I wish I had teachers like these when I was student. Thank you very much. With god blessing.
Other than the person speaking. Who is interested in them? History yes but not the speaker. Would rate it 0 but the lowest is 1 star
only one of the four lectures are well organized. Others are more or less like casual talks where I did not learn anything significant from.
Got to say, I am very disappointed.