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2005 Evening at Egan Collection


The Art Of Song
by Stewart Emerson

Professor Stewart Emerson of the Hanns Eisler Acadamy of Music, Berlin comes to UAS to show how the same poem might vary when it is framed differently by the artist/composer. Emerson preforms three different compositions of the of the same poem, each from different time periods, with the vocal help of Opera to Go Artistic Director, Joyce Parry Moore.

Recorded September 16th, 2005
Sponsored by: University of Alaska Southeast
Produced by: UAS Video Production Services
© 2005 University of Alaska Southeast

Running Time: 1 hour, 10 minutes

 


CSI Wildlife: Prosecuting Wildlife Crimes
by Bradley Swanson

Bradley Swanson, Assistant Professor of Biology, Central Michigan University, comes to UAS to discuss the ways that wildlife biology can be used to solve wildlife crime. Swanson highlights several wildlife crime cases, from poaching to mysterious cat killings, all of which were solved with the help of wildlife forensic science.

Caution: The following program contains explicit wildlife forensic photographs. This program may not be suitable for all viewers.

Recorded September 30th, 2005 Sponsored by: University of Alaska Southeast Produced by: UAS Video Production Services © 2005 University of Alaska Southeast

Running Time: 1 hour, 8 minutes

 


GIS in the Tongass: Seeing the Forest Through the Trees
by Sanjay Pyare


UAS Assistant Professor of GIS & Landscape Ecology, Sanjay Pyare, looks at the geography of Southeast Alaska from early navigation to mapping with the use of Geographic Information Systems.

Recorded October 14th, 2005
Sponsored by: University of Alaska Southeast
Produced by: UAS Video Production Services
© 2005 University of Alaska Southeast
Running Time: 1 hour, 5 minutes

 


Social Capital of People, Groups, and Organizations
by Yuliya Ivanova

Social capital represents the resources available to people and organizations within their social realm.† This lecture, by Assistant Professor of Management Yuliya V. Ivanova, provides a more complete definition of† social capital for people and organizations, how it can be used as capital, its potential benefits and risks, and how it can be created and destroyed.

Recorded October 21st, 2005
Sponsored by: University of Alaska Southeast
Produced by: UAS Video Production Services
© 2005 University of Alaska Southeast

Running Time: 1 hour, 24 minutes

 


American Cannibals: A Literary History
by Nina Chordas

Nina Chordas, UAS Assistant Professor of English,
discusses the idea of how cannibalism adhered to the Americas and how it became distinctly an American literary motive. She analyzes some of the literature that has developed and propagated the notion of American cannibalism.

Recorded October 28th, 2005
Sponsored by: University of Alaska Southeast
Produced by: UAS Video Production Services
© 2005 University of Alaska Southeast

Running Time: 51 minutes

 


Bald Eagles of the North Pacific Coast
by David Hancock

Noted Canadian ornithologist, conservationist, and writer, David Hancock, shares over 50 years of experience observing and studying the bald eagle of the Pacific Northwest. Hancock has published numerous scientific articles and scores of books on birds. In this presentation he focuses on bald eagles in different stages of their development.

Recorded November 4th, 2005
Sponsored by: University of Alaska Southeast
Produced by: UAS Video Production Services
© 2005 University of Alaska Southeast

Running Time: 1 hour, 35 minutes

 


Creating Alaska: The Constitutional Covention 50 Years Later
by Terrence M. Cole and Thomas Stewart

Dr. Terrence M. Cole, Professor of History and Director of the Office of Public History at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, gives an historical overview of Alaskaís Constitutional Convention that took place in 1955-1956. Judge Thomas B. Stewart, who was Secretary to the Alaska Constitutional Convention, adds his own insights into what did and didnít happen during the Convention.

Recorded November 11th, 2005
Sponsored by: University of Alaska Southeast
Produced by: UAS Video Production Services
© 2005 University of Alaska Southeast

Running Time: 1 hour, 52 minutes

 


Russians in Tlingit America: The Baranov Era and the Battles of Sitka
by Richard and Nora Dauenhauer

Richard Dauenhauer, UA Presidentís Professor of Language at the University of Alaska Southeast, and his wife, Nora Dauenhauer, discuss the Russian presence in Alaska during the beginning of the 19th Century.

Recorded November 18th, 2005
Sponsored by: University of Alaska Southeast
Produced by: UAS Video Production Services
© 2005 University of Alaska Southeast

Running Time: 1 hour, 20 minutes

 


Poetry and Pictures from the Arctic
by Brendan Kelly & Mary Hicks

Dr. Brendan Kelly, Dean of Arts and Sciences, and Professor Mary Hicks talk about the current state of the Arctic ecosystem. Their lecture brings science and art together with a blend of literary effects and scientific research.

Recorded December 2nd, 2005
Sponsored by: University of Alaska Southeast
Produced by: UAS Video Production Services
© 2005 University of Alaska Southeast

Running Time:  1 hour, 31 minutes

 

 
 

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