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Yale University netcasts are now available through Yale University’s new site on iTunes U. Users will be able to subscribe to specific Yale University series based on subjects of interest, such as Arts and Architecture, Business and Management, Environment, and Music. Please listen to the netcast entitled, “Yale University on iTunes U” for more information.

Latest Episodes

Gloria Steinem Visits Yale

Gloria Steinem currently studies the shared origins of sex and race based caste systems, gender roles and child abuse as roots of violence, non-violent conflict resolution, the cultures of indigenous peoples and organizing across boundaries for peace and justice. September 26, 2007)

53 min2007 OCT 6
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Gloria Steinem Visits Yale

Arthur Horwich: Protein Folding

Arthur Horwich talks about his research on the protein folding machinery in cells and its potential to cure neurodegenerative and other diseases.

27 min2007 OCT 6
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Arthur Horwich: Protein Folding

Yale University on iTunes U

Please visit itunes.yale.edu for more information.

1 min2007 SEP 6
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Yale University on iTunes U

The environmental crisis as spiritual and moral crisis.

In this lecture, Mary Evelyn Tucker highlights the spiritual and ethical dimensions of the environmental crisis, arguing that the religious and environmental communities should make common cause in protecting the ecology of planet earth. Tucker is a research scholar and senior lecturer at Yale University, with joint appointments at Yale Divinity School, the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and the Yale Department of Religious Studies.

48 min2007 AUG 25
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The environmental crisis as spiritual and moral crisis.

String Quartet No. 14 in D Minor, D. 810 "Death and the Maiden"

he Alianza String Quartet (Sarita Kwok and Lauren Basney, violins; Ah-Young Sung, viola; Dmitri Atapine, cello) was officially formed at Yale University School of Music in 2004, but has played together in various capacities for over three years. Composed of members from USA, Australia, Korea, and Russia/Spain, the ensemble is currently in residence as post-graduate associates of the Yale School of Music. They are coached and mentored at the School by the Tokyo String Quartet. The quartet made their debut at the Aldeburgh Festival, UK, the French Academy in Rome (Villa Medici, Rome) and the Aix-en-Provence Festival, France. While at these festivals the quartet were given the opportunity to work closely with composers Michael Jarrell and Jerome Combier, pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard and members of the Berlin Philharmonic and Mahler Chamber Orchestra. The quartet also has extensive performance experience on the US East Coast with performances at Merkin Concert Hall, Kaufmann Auditorium...

38 min2007 AUG 25
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String Quartet No. 14 in D Minor, D. 810 "Death and the Maiden"

Civic restlessness, sustainable communities, and the land.

In this sermon delivered at Rhinebeck Reformed Church in Rhinebeck, NY, Willis Jenkins argues the case for a “civic restlessness” -- characterized by humility, mercy and justice -- that builds a culture of sustainability linking community and land. Jenkins is the Margaret Farley Assistant Professor of Social Ethics, Yale Divinity School

31 min2007 AUG 25
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Civic restlessness, sustainable communities, and the land.

2007 Yale Football Preview with Head Coach Jack Siedlecki

This podcast was recorded at the 2007 Yale Football Media Day.

11 min2007 AUG 22
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2007 Yale Football Preview with Head Coach Jack Siedlecki

Italkim: The Jews of Italy

A netcast from the Center for Language Study's "Language and Culture" series. Risa Sodi, Senior Lector II, Language Program Director and Director of Undergraduate Studies of the Italian Department at Yale University, answers questions about the experience of Jews in Italy, from the founding of the Italian Jewish community two thousand years ago to the Holocaust. Part 1 of 2. Robin Ladouceur, Ph.D. is the interviewer. (June 20, 2007)

38 min2007 AUG 11
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Italkim: The Jews of Italy

Ezra Laderman: Concerto for Clarinet and Strings

This performance of the Concerto for Clarinet and Strings by faculty composer Ezra Laderman features two of the School’s distinguished artist faculty: clarinetist David Shifrin and conductor Ransom Wilson. The concerto was premiered by Shifrin in 1995, and the composer made significant revisions to the string score in the last movement in 2006. This concert recording of the work from February 8, 2007 is the first performance of the revised version. The concert was part of the New Music New Haven series, under the artistic direction of Aaron Jay Kernis, and took place in Morse Recital Hall in Sprague Hall. The recording engineer was Eugene Kimball. For a PDF version of the complete program for this concert and for additional podcasts, please visit www.yale.edu/music/podcast. For more information about Music at Yale, visit www.yale.edu/music.

29 min2007 JUL 7
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Ezra Laderman: Concerto for Clarinet and Strings

Brass Music from the Fifteenth Century

The Yale Brass Trio features three members of the Yale School of Music Brass faculty: Allan Dean, trumpet; William Purvis, horn; and Scott Hartman, trombone. These are selections of fifteenth-century compositions from the Trio's February 2, 2007, faculty artists concert in Morse Recital Hall in Sprague Hall. Heinrich Isaac: Si Dormiero, Jay pris [pree] amour, and Der Hund. Three selections from the Glogauer Liederbuch (anonymous): Das Jagerhorn, Das Enterpris, and Das Ratten Schwantz, Part 3. For a PDF version of the concert program, photos, and additional podcasts, please visit www.yale.edu/music/podcast.

13 min2007 JUL 7
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Brass Music from the Fifteenth Century

Latest Episodes

Gloria Steinem Visits Yale

Gloria Steinem currently studies the shared origins of sex and race based caste systems, gender roles and child abuse as roots of violence, non-violent conflict resolution, the cultures of indigenous peoples and organizing across boundaries for peace and justice. September 26, 2007)

53 min2007 OCT 6
Comments
Gloria Steinem Visits Yale

Arthur Horwich: Protein Folding

Arthur Horwich talks about his research on the protein folding machinery in cells and its potential to cure neurodegenerative and other diseases.

27 min2007 OCT 6
Comments
Arthur Horwich: Protein Folding

Yale University on iTunes U

Please visit itunes.yale.edu for more information.

1 min2007 SEP 6
Comments
Yale University on iTunes U

The environmental crisis as spiritual and moral crisis.

In this lecture, Mary Evelyn Tucker highlights the spiritual and ethical dimensions of the environmental crisis, arguing that the religious and environmental communities should make common cause in protecting the ecology of planet earth. Tucker is a research scholar and senior lecturer at Yale University, with joint appointments at Yale Divinity School, the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and the Yale Department of Religious Studies.

48 min2007 AUG 25
Comments
The environmental crisis as spiritual and moral crisis.

String Quartet No. 14 in D Minor, D. 810 "Death and the Maiden"

he Alianza String Quartet (Sarita Kwok and Lauren Basney, violins; Ah-Young Sung, viola; Dmitri Atapine, cello) was officially formed at Yale University School of Music in 2004, but has played together in various capacities for over three years. Composed of members from USA, Australia, Korea, and Russia/Spain, the ensemble is currently in residence as post-graduate associates of the Yale School of Music. They are coached and mentored at the School by the Tokyo String Quartet. The quartet made their debut at the Aldeburgh Festival, UK, the French Academy in Rome (Villa Medici, Rome) and the Aix-en-Provence Festival, France. While at these festivals the quartet were given the opportunity to work closely with composers Michael Jarrell and Jerome Combier, pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard and members of the Berlin Philharmonic and Mahler Chamber Orchestra. The quartet also has extensive performance experience on the US East Coast with performances at Merkin Concert Hall, Kaufmann Auditorium...

38 min2007 AUG 25
Comments
String Quartet No. 14 in D Minor, D. 810 "Death and the Maiden"

Civic restlessness, sustainable communities, and the land.

In this sermon delivered at Rhinebeck Reformed Church in Rhinebeck, NY, Willis Jenkins argues the case for a “civic restlessness” -- characterized by humility, mercy and justice -- that builds a culture of sustainability linking community and land. Jenkins is the Margaret Farley Assistant Professor of Social Ethics, Yale Divinity School

31 min2007 AUG 25
Comments
Civic restlessness, sustainable communities, and the land.

2007 Yale Football Preview with Head Coach Jack Siedlecki

This podcast was recorded at the 2007 Yale Football Media Day.

11 min2007 AUG 22
Comments
2007 Yale Football Preview with Head Coach Jack Siedlecki

Italkim: The Jews of Italy

A netcast from the Center for Language Study's "Language and Culture" series. Risa Sodi, Senior Lector II, Language Program Director and Director of Undergraduate Studies of the Italian Department at Yale University, answers questions about the experience of Jews in Italy, from the founding of the Italian Jewish community two thousand years ago to the Holocaust. Part 1 of 2. Robin Ladouceur, Ph.D. is the interviewer. (June 20, 2007)

38 min2007 AUG 11
Comments
Italkim: The Jews of Italy

Ezra Laderman: Concerto for Clarinet and Strings

This performance of the Concerto for Clarinet and Strings by faculty composer Ezra Laderman features two of the School’s distinguished artist faculty: clarinetist David Shifrin and conductor Ransom Wilson. The concerto was premiered by Shifrin in 1995, and the composer made significant revisions to the string score in the last movement in 2006. This concert recording of the work from February 8, 2007 is the first performance of the revised version. The concert was part of the New Music New Haven series, under the artistic direction of Aaron Jay Kernis, and took place in Morse Recital Hall in Sprague Hall. The recording engineer was Eugene Kimball. For a PDF version of the complete program for this concert and for additional podcasts, please visit www.yale.edu/music/podcast. For more information about Music at Yale, visit www.yale.edu/music.

29 min2007 JUL 7
Comments
Ezra Laderman: Concerto for Clarinet and Strings

Brass Music from the Fifteenth Century

The Yale Brass Trio features three members of the Yale School of Music Brass faculty: Allan Dean, trumpet; William Purvis, horn; and Scott Hartman, trombone. These are selections of fifteenth-century compositions from the Trio's February 2, 2007, faculty artists concert in Morse Recital Hall in Sprague Hall. Heinrich Isaac: Si Dormiero, Jay pris [pree] amour, and Der Hund. Three selections from the Glogauer Liederbuch (anonymous): Das Jagerhorn, Das Enterpris, and Das Ratten Schwantz, Part 3. For a PDF version of the concert program, photos, and additional podcasts, please visit www.yale.edu/music/podcast.

13 min2007 JUL 7
Comments
Brass Music from the Fifteenth Century
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