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  1. Hörspiel: Die Tagebücher des Victor Klemperer (1920 und 1925) - Leben sammeln (2/3) (Archiv)

    "Luxushund, aber gut bezahlter" - Victor Klemperer ist Professor in Dresden. 1925 notiert er: "Die Freiheit ist nicht mehr das Losungswort der Jugend, sondern die Ordnung".

    —Huffduffed by VanillaChief

  2. Querfeldein denken mit Lucius Burckhardt (2/3) - Wer war Lucius Burckhardt?

    Lucius Burckhardt, geboren 1925 in Davos, eröffnete vielen Studenten - nicht nur aus den entwerfenden Fächern - neue Perspektiven: "Wer plant die Planung?", "Warum ist Landschaft schön?", "Design ist unsichtbar", "Durch Pflege zerstört" oder "Der kleinstmögliche Eingriff", diese Burckhardtschen Fragen und Formeln sind aktueller denn je.

    —Huffduffed by leFacteur

  3. 태비 게빈슨(Tavi Gevinson): 아직 알아가는 중인 10대

    15살 소녀 태비 게빈슨은 강한 청소년 여성 롤모델을 찾는 것이 힘들다는 것을 느껴 그들이 서로를 찾을 수 있는 공간을 만들었습니다. 그녀는 TEDXTeen에서 소녀의, 소녀를 위한, 그녀의 유명한 웹매거진 ‘루키’에서 새롭고 당당하며 복잡한 현대의 페미니즘을 자세하게 설명합니다. (TEDXTeen에서 촬영됨.)

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    —Huffduffed by kbthompson

  4. UAVH – H.L. Mencken, Scopes Trial 06-29-1925, Homo Neanderthalensis


    Welcome to the first installation of an ongoing series of reports on the Scopes Trial in Dayton Tennesee in 1925, exactly 85 years ago! The trial was the first in the US to be broadcast on the radio. Those recordings no longer exist, but we will be releasing a podcast every day that Mencken published an article in the Baltimore Sun. Relive the trial in real time through the words of one of America’s greatest and most prolific writers.

    June 29th – Homo Neanderthalensis July 9th – Sickening Doubts About Publicity July 10th – Impossibility of Obtaining Fair Jury July 11th – Trial as Religious Orgy July 13th – Souls Need Reconversion Nightly July 14th – Darrow’s Eloquent Appeal July 15th – Law and Freedom July 16th – Fair Trial Beyond Ken July 17th – Malone the Victor July 18th – Genesis Triumphant July 20th – Tennessee in the Frying Pan July 27th – Bryan Sept. 14th* - Aftermath *Will be released by July 30th.

    —Huffduffed by KevinISlaughter

  5. Louis Proyect & Shalon van Tine – Episode 151

    While we’re all stuck at home, there’s a world of films waiting to be seen. This week, we discuss ten films that every lefty must watch. Joining Eric is CounterPunch’s resident film critic Louis Proyect, and PhD student and author Shalon van Tine. Films discussed include:

    Sansho the Bailiff (Mizoguchi, 1954)

    Strike (Eisenstein, 1925)

    Battleship Potemkin (Eisenstein, 1925)

    Salt of the Earth (Biberman, 1954)

    Crimson Gold (Panahi/Kiarostami, 2003)

    La Chinoise (Godard, 1967)

    Ceddo (Sembene, 1977)

    El Norte (Nava, 1983)

    Seventh Seal (Bergman, 1957)

    Sorry to Bother You (Riley, 2018)

    Music: The Kinks – Celluloid Heroes

    —Huffduffed by sapolion

  6. Episode 1 The Pleasure Garden (1925) on Presenting Alfred Hitchcock

    Welcome to the first episode of Presenting Alfred Hitchcock! Join Kenny, Sam, and Lantz as we start with Hitchcock’s first movie as sole director, The Pleasure Garden from 1925. We’d love to hear your thoughts and analysis on this movie, corrections for our errors, and whatever else Hitchcock related you want to talk about in the comments. This series is about reviving the excitement for these old movies, looking at them through a modern lens and actually challenging ourselves to step away from Netflix and the trash TV we normally love and consume. We do the research on the behind the scenes gossip, break down iconic and less than iconic scenes, give Maguffin review and talk WAY longer than anyone else you’ll find online! New episodes every two weeks!

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    —Huffduffed by Rugosch

  7. PZ 2005-06-22 - Deleuze and Democracy Part 1

    The French philosopher Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995) began his career with a number of studies of historical philosophers such as Spinoza, Hume and Nietzsche. He then went on to collaborate with the radical psychoanalyst Félix Guattari on texts which are of key importance to post-modern thought.

    —Huffduffed by redmeades

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