302 Works

Hammering the Klavier : Beethoven's Earthshaking and Bone-crushing Masterpiece

Silverman, Robert, 1938-

Pain, the Brain and Decisions

John Nicholas Pepys Rawlins

Encountering Life in Sound : Affect, Vibration, and the Architecture of Sound (Davala Concert)

Julia Úlehla
Concert by the experimental folk band Dálava, given as part of a workshop entitled "Encountering Life in Song: Affect, Vibration, and the Architecture of Sound" by Julia Úlehla. In the workshop recording, Úlehla answers questions from the audience and discusses her music in relation to her family history and cultural heritage.


Julia Úlehla
In this short film, Julia Úlehla and Aram Bajakian discuss their experimental folk band, Dálava.

Turning point symposium (2014)

Ian F.W. Beckett, Jeffrey Grey, John Crawford, Keith Neilson, Mark Connelly, Serge Durflinger & Tim Stapleton
This record contains seven recorded sessions from a symposium held at the Royal Military College of Canada in 2014. These sessions formed the basis of Turning Point 1917: The British Empire at War, edited by Douglas E. Delaney and Nikolas Gardner. The speakers are Ian F.W. Beckett, Jeffrey Grey, John Crawford, Keith Neilson, Mark Connelly, Serge Durflinger, and Tim Stapleton. A description of the book is as follows: For the British Empire and its allies...

Undercover of the Net : Surveillance, Privacy, and the Dark Side of Cyberspace

Rob Deibert
Professor Deibert is Director of the Canada Centre for Global Security Studies and the Citizen Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto. The Citizen Lab is an interdisciplinary research and development hothouse working at the intersection of the Internet, global security, and human rights. He was one of the authors of the Tracking Ghostnet report that documented an alleged cyber-espionage network affecting over 1200 computers in 103 countries, and the Shadows...

Abenomics Two Years In : Successes, Failures, and Transformations

Joseph Caron, Takeo Hoshi, Kenji Kushida, Sébastien Lechevalier, Miyajima Hideaki, Mari Sako & Yves Tiberghien
JOSEPH CARON is a Distinguished Fellow of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and a Professor and Honorary Research Associate at the Institute of Asian Research of the University of British Columbia. He is a former Canadian High Commissioner to India and former Canadian Ambassador to China and Japan. TAKEO HOSHI is Henri and Tomoye Takahashi Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI), Professor of Finance (by courtesy) at the Graduate...

Reading Practices in a Digital World : Two Case Studies

Vivian Howard
One Book, One Community (OBOC) programs represent an intersection of traditional forms of reading and reading practices with communication technologies of the twenty-first century. OBOCs aim is to create community through book-related interactions. In particular, digital technologies can be used to unite geographically disparate people in ephemeral communities – i.e., people who are not necessarily local to one another – through the practice of shared reading. Begun in 2012, One Book Nova Scotia (1BNS) is...

Wrapping Personalized Medicine around the Patient

Mark Kunzli, Amani Saini, Rennie Hoffman, Lucinda McGroarty & Janessa Laskin
A panel of patients and doctors come together for a discussion on personalized medicine from patients’ perspectives. What tests are available now? For what disorders? How do I talk to my doctor about personalized medicine? Explore a richer understanding of patients’ needs and wants to inform the implementation of personalized medicine for all British Columbians.Join a conversation with people who have experiences with cancer, diabetes and a dangerous but preventable reaction to a drug, a...

The Thermostatic Actor : Improvisation in Stanislavski's 'Cybernetic' System

Tom Scholte
Presentation given by Tom Scholte at ICASP 2010 Colloquium "Sound Lines: Improvisation, Text, and Media." Scholte discusses modern theories of acting, particularly the Stanislavski system, in relation to the idea of cybernetic feedback. With the help of two student actors, Scholte then illustrates how acting is, at its core, fundamentally improvisational.

Native Art of the Northwest Coast : A History of Changing Ideas

Charlotte Townsend-Gault, Jennifer Kramer & Ki-Ke-In

Childhood Under Siege : How Big Business Targets Children

Joel Bakan

Opera Comes to the Institute : From Mozart to Verdi!

Richard Epp & University Of British Columbia. Opera Ensemble

When God Talks Back : Understanding the American Evangelical Experience of God

Tanya Luhrmann

Bug Shells and Butterfly Wings : New Materials Inspired by Nature

Mark MacLachlan

Why Collect Art? Who Cares?

Bob Rennie

The Haunting of Canadian Culture : From the Ghost of Tom Thompson to the Ghosts of Vimy Ridge

Sherrill Grace

Neurodegenerative Diseases : The Distorted Origami of Protein Misfolding

Neil Cashman

An Evening With UBC's 13th President

Arvind Gupta

[Opening ceremony for Haida section of Totem Pole Park]

[Unknown], Norman A.M. MacKenzie, Phyllis Ross, Kenneth Caple, Harry Hawthorn & Peter Kelly

Our Talented Family

Paul Funk, Prokofiev, Sergey, 1891-1953 & Smalley, Roger, 1943-
Recording of Paul Funk introducing selections from concerts held by various performing ensembles at the University of British Columbia School of Music, for CiTR's Our Talented Family program.

Journey of the Blue Whale

Andrew Trites

Momus in Ottawa : Satire and the Search for Honesty in Politics

Terry Fallis

The Challenges of Conducting Sound Public Opinion Research

Mario Canseco

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