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[http://www.openculture.com/2017/11/yale-presents-a-free-online-course-on-miguel-de-cervantes-masterpiece-don-quixote.html?utm_content=buffer5bd62&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer] - - public:dajare
course, education, literature, video - 4 | id:181885 -

Among the literary works that emerged in the so-called Golden Age of Spanish culture in the 16th and 17th centuries, one shines so brightly that it seems to eclipse all others, and indeed is said to not only be the foundation of modern Spanish writing, but of the modern novel itself. Miguel de Cervantes’ Don Quixote synthesized the Medieval and Renaissance literature that had come before it in a brilliantly satirical work, writes popular academic Harold Bloom, with “cosmological scope and reverberation.”

[http://courses.biblicalarchaeology.org/hebrewbible/index.html] - - public:dajare
course - 1 | id:181898 -

This course surveys the major books and ideas of the Hebrew Bible (also called the Old Testament) examining the historical context in which the texts emerged and were redacted. A major subtext of the course is the distinction between how the Bible was read by ancient interpreters (whose interpretations became the basis for many iconic literary and artistic works of Western Civilization) and how it is approached by modern bible scholarship. James Kugel, former Harvard professor and author of the course’s textbook, contends that these ways of reading the Bible are mutually exclusive. Professor Cohen respectfully disagrees.

[http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Mathematics/18-03Spring2004/VideoLectures/index.htm] - - public:time
course, lectures, mathematics, MIT, real, science, video - 7 | id:4856 -

These video lectures of Professor Arthur Mattuck teaching 18.03 were recorded live in the Spring 2003 and do not correspond precisely to the lectures taught in the Spring of 2004. Professor Mattuck has inspired and informed generations of MIT students wit

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