With time on their hands under quarantine, Spanish film researchers from the national film archive, Filmoteca Española, came across a film that had been ignored for decades. “Mallorca," likely made between 1932 and 1934, by María Forteza, appears to be the first talking film directed by a woman in Spain.
Populismos y Nacionalismos en tiempos de pandemia" debate con Andreu Jaume y Miguel Ángel Quintana Paz
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Conspiracy theories have existed for centuries, threatening not just accepted facts, but the very idea that empirical truth exists at all.
In a recent piece for The Atlantic, executive editor Adrienne LaFrance explores how conspiracy theories, such as QAnon, have shaped America. QAnon is “a movement united in mass rejection of reason, objectivity, and other Enlightenment values,” she writes. “And we are likely closer to the beginning of its story than the end… To look at QAnon is to see not just a conspiracy theory but the birth of a new religion.”
LaFrance joins deputy editor Gillian White for a live conversation about reporting on QAnon and the history of conspiracies in America. Learn more and RSVP here: http://bigstory-adriennelafrance.theatlantic.com/
Another great John Prine show: https://youtu.be/ZcPD-xurOWA
John Prine - "Live in New Paltz" State University of New York, New Paltz, NY, 1973-04-11 (?) FM Recording
00:22 Spanish Pipedream 04:25 Illegal Smile 08:41 Donald and Lydia 12:15 Sam Stone 16:26 Rocky Mountain Time 19:22 Pretty Good 22:41 Hello in There 27:46 Grandpa Was a Carpenter 30:52 Intro to Paradise 33:49 Paradise 37:02 Clocks and Spoons 40:18 Often Is a Word I Seldom Use 43:36 Intro to Dear Abby 45:01 Dear Abby 49:14 Sweet Revenge 51:59 Intro to Everybody 53:44 Everybody 57:37 Your Flag Decal Won’t Get You Into Heaven Anymore
John Prine - acoustic guitar, vocals
I received this concert as "1972-04-11 Chicago, IL", but it turns out to be from New Paltz, NY, 1973. I’m not sure if the date is correct - if anyone knows when Prine went to Rome, it would probably answer the question. It’s really nice to hear such a concert recording, just him and his guitar.
This is probably the concert where the album version of Dear Abby was cut. The version from Sweet Revenge album and this concert sound identical, with the same stage banter at 43:36 - "about three months ago I was in Rome, Italy", but has some interesting stage banter that was not included on the album: "Lyndon Johnson died; Edward G. Robinson died; J. Carrol Nais…
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Opening Statement In The Beginning [Hard Luck Love Song] Just Like Old Times [Paul Thorn] Greencastle Blues Too Soon To Tell [Bob Mercer] Happy New Year You’re A Big Girl Now Day of the Locusts When I Paint My Masterpiece Crash On The Levee Doublewide Blues Play A Trian Song Missing You Better Than Ever Blues, Part 2 Big Finish Free Bird
We explore "Dusty In Memphis."
El profesor de Ciencia Política de la Universidad de Málaga Manuel Arias Maldonado y Mario Tascón, periodista especializado en el mundo digital y los nuevos medios, debaten acerca de los cambios sociales y políticos derivados del uso masivo de internet y plantean varias preguntas acerca de las consecuencias de la producción social del conocimiento en plataformas colaborativas como Wikipedia, la construcción de la personalidad en las redes sociales, la transformación del concepto del yo en relación con la intimidad y la conectividad o el impacto de los nuevos medios digitales en la democracia y en la opinión pública.
La cuestión palpitante https://www.march.es/conferencias/detalle.aspx?p5=100294&l=1
16 de octubre de 2017. Fundación Juan March, Madrid
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