A video created by Colorado College students as part of the course, FG110 Introduction to Feminist and Gender Studies, taught by Assistant Professor Heidi Lewis during Block 5, 2013.
Annie Leonard, the author and host of the online film, "The Story of Stuff," presents a lecture on this expose of the hidden environmental and social costs of current systems of production and consumption. The film has generated more than seven million views in 200 countries and territories since its launch in December 2007. She has spent nearly two decades investigating and organizing on environmental health and justice issues. She is now working on a book version of the film, to be published in March 2010. Part of Notable Lectures & Performances series, Colorado College. Recorded December 3, 2009.
Mark Bauerlein, author of the National Endowment for the Humanities report "Reading at Risk," argues that computers are one of the reasons kids don't read, and why the humanities are at risk. Part of Notable Lectures & Performances series, Colorado College. Recorded September 14, 2006.
Jaron Lanier - scientist, author, musician, and artist - visits campus to ruminate on "media technology as a grand exploration of unimagined human potential." Combining elements of cognition, Microsoft's XBOX, chemistry, and musical improvisation, among other things, Lanier takes us on a journey into the possibilities, pitfalls, and potential of New Media. This event was sponsored by Colorado College Department of Drama and Dance, Mellon Fund, Colorado College Cultural Attractions Fund, Colorado College Dean of Students Office, Colorado College President's Office, and NEH Professorship. This lecture celebrating the Cornerstone Arts Week Initiative was presented at Colorado College, Richard F. Celeste Theatre, February 8, 2012.