"We are what we are our memories. We can not take what we have within us. I'll explain better: In this century we can learn to take everything, our home, our family, our livelihoods. We are all wanderers. We are trapped in this world. It's the story of this century. Thousands of people in Africa, the Balkans, Southeast Asia and elsewhere soon. Are as "Jews" or better, are hunted or go hunting. What we have within us the bad guys can not take us. "George Steiner As someone wrote in a blog: "At one time the SIC who has perhaps the best television ever made." existe documentação áudio e vídeo em inglês sobre a série. Irei colocando aqui e no youtube todos os programas, seguindo a ordem que me der na gana e hoje deixo aqui, para quase todos, o programa "O Belo ea Consolação" com George Steiner, legendado em português. Between 1 May 2001 and 15 May 2002 and then repeated in 2006 SIC, under (fortnightly) "Long Nights", presented a talk that was headlined "Dutch Van De schoonheid en de Troost" in the original , "Of Beauty and Consolation" in the English version and "The Beauty and Consolation" in the English translation, which in some programs changed to, "Beauty and Consolation", must have had to do with the various translators involved, as translated from ear. The order that was passed in Sic: Richard Rorty, philosopher, Simon Schama, historian, Martha Nussbaum, philosopher, George Steiner, writer and philosopher, Roger Scruton, philosopher, Stephen Jay Gould, zoologist and paleontologist, Edward Witten, scientist and mathematician, Steven Weinberg, scientist, Gary Lynch, neuropsychologist, Leon Lederman, experimental scientist, Vladimir Ashkenazy, pianist and conductor, Catherine Bott, soprano; Rudi Fuchs, director of the museum, Karel Appel, painter, John Coetzee, writer, Elizabeth Loftus , psychologist, Germaine Greer, writer, Wole Soyinka, writer, Yehudi Menuhin, violinist and conductor; Dubravka Ugresic, writer; Grand Finale (Amsterdam debate among some of the participants); György Konrad, writer, Jane Goodall, writer and etóloga; Tatjana tolstaja, and Rutger Kopland writer, poet and psychiatrist. This order should be equal to that spent on Dutch television VPRO, as usual you see a "running order" to accompany the programs. The series consisted of 24 conversations (should be 26 but two, Freeman Dyson, and Richard Dufallo scientist, teacher, never got to see, do not know the reason) had twenty four extraordinary people with different backgrounds and views of life: artists, scientists, musicians and philosophers. Submitted by Wim Kayzer and produced by Vera de Vries, was first broadcast by VPRO Dutch television in 2000. On the website of VPRO (Here) there is audio and video documentation in English about the series. I'll post here and on youtube all programs, following the order you give me in Ghana and today I leave here, for almost everyone, the program "The Beauty and Consolation" with George Steiner, subtitled in Portuguese.
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I haven't seen the rankings2004-09-17 07:42:06 by graying
I just know people who went to both usc and ucsb and haven't met anyone who did an MFA at csla. In general I think the report is a decent starting point but for grad programs it's going to be more of a personnal fit.
With your digital and painting background it's going to be easier for you to get into a department that doesn't have specific areas of concentration. You might be a concesous candidate between the digital faculty and painting.
I would say look for professors you really want ot work with but that seems to have a 50/50 chance of working. I've had friends who've started programs only to find the prof they want to work with is on a two year hiatus, or quit or dead
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