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AThiefAWhoreAndALiar wrote: »
those WWII lectures from Harvard have made my day. Thanks Jim
Olly_B wrote: »
A lot of institutes and societies are putting their lectures online. Here's a few:Royal Institution's Christmas Lectures - although aimed at kids these are really fascinating.RSA Vision Videos - if social innovation is your thing.LSE - if Economics and Political Science floats your boat.
Jim V wrote: »
Btw have you seen Ken Burn's The War - beautiful piece of WW2 social history and well up there with his work on the Civil War and the West.
student89 wrote: »
Noam Chomsky usually has some interesing stuff to say. Just search youtube and you'll find plenty of his lectures and interviews online.
my name wrote: »
It isn't a "real" lecture, but it is comedy set up as a lecture, it should count http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6731102750245618218#