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Brandy Y's Seeing Canada: Indigenous Stories, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
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directed by Brandy Yanchyk, fl. 2008; produced by Brandy Yanchyk, fl. 2008, CPAC; interview by Brandy Yanchyk, fl. 2008, in Brandy Y's Seeing Canada: Indigenous Stories (Edmonton, AB: Brandy Y Productions, 2020), 7 mins
In this episode Brandy Yanchyk travels to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to visit the Wanuskewin Heritage Park to learn about Indigenous archaeology and culture.
directed by Brandy Yanchyk, fl. 2008; produced by Brandy Yanchyk, fl. 2008, CPAC; interview by Brandy Yanchyk, fl. 2008, in Brandy Y's Seeing Canada: Indigenous Stories (Edmonton, AB: Brandy Y Productions, 2020), 7 mins
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written by Francoise Levie, 1940-; in The Mystery of the Frozen Tombs of Siberia: A Young Lady Emerges From the Ice (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2019)
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Meeting Neanderthal
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directed by Rob Hope, fl. 2016 and Pascal Cuissot, fl. 1991; produced by Fred Hilgemann Films, France Télévisions, Inrap and Arte France (Paris, Ile-de-France: Beliane, 2019), 52 mins
Long before the arrival of Homo sapiens, the Neanderthals wander the vast European plains, regularly drowned into the Ice Ages. Several discoveries, in France and England, and especially on the island of Jersey, now allow the archaeologists to understand the lifestyle of those first great nomads of Europe, that la...
directed by Rob Hope, fl. 2016 and Pascal Cuissot, fl. 1991; produced by Fred Hilgemann Films, France Télévisions, Inrap and Arte France (Paris, Ile-de-France: Beliane, 2019), 52 mins
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NOVA, Season 46, Episode 22, NOVA: The Violence Paradox
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in NOVA, Season 46, Episode 22 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2019), 1 hour 53 mins
Violence is all over the news. But some say we’re living in one of the most peaceful eras in human history. Is violence actually declining? If so, why? And can we build a more peaceful future?
in NOVA, Season 46, Episode 22 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2019), 1 hour 53 mins
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NOVA, Season 46 Episode 4, Decoding the Great Pyramid
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produced by Chris Schmidt, fl. 1990, in NOVA, Season 46 Episode 4 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2019), 53 mins
New archaeological evidence provides clues about the Egyptians who built the Great Pyramid of Giza--and how they did it. Join researchers as they delve into the logbook of a work crew and discover how the massive project transformed Egypt.
produced by Chris Schmidt, fl. 1990, in NOVA, Season 46 Episode 4 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2019), 53 mins
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in Who Owns the Past (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2018)
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in Cannibalism (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2018)
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Can Easter Island's Treasures Withstand Storms of Climate Change?
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produced by NewsHour Productions (Arlington, VA: NewsHour Productions, 2018), 10 mins
Spectacular giant statues evoke history and mystery on Easter Island, a place that has symbolized what humans can achieve and then destroy. Now everywhere you look on the island, home to about 6,000 residents, there are signs of coastal erosion and dangers of climate change. As part of our series Culture at Risk,...
produced by NewsHour Productions (Arlington, VA: NewsHour Productions, 2018), 10 mins
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Civilisations (Arts), Episode 1 of 9, Second Moment Of Creation
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directed by Tim Niel, fl. 2004-2015; presented by Simon Schama, 1945-; produced by Tim Niel, fl. 2004-2015, Nutopia, Open University and British Broadcasting Corporation, in Civilisations (Arts), Episode 1 of 9 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2018), 56 mins
Simon Schama investigates the remote origins of human creativity with the first known marks made some 80,000 years ago in South African caves; marks which were not dictated merely by humanity's physical needs. As time passes the elements of civilisation are assembled: written language, codes of law, and expression...
directed by Tim Niel, fl. 2004-2015; presented by Simon Schama, 1945-; produced by Tim Niel, fl. 2004-2015, Nutopia, Open University and British Broadcasting Corporation, in Civilisations (Arts), Episode 1 of 9 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2018), 56 mins
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Civilisations (Arts), Episode 2 of 9, How Do We Look
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directed by Matthew Hill, fl. 2001-2016; presented by Dame Mary Beard, 1955-; produced by Matthew Hill, fl. 2001-2016 and Caroline Buckley, fl. 2009, Nutopia, Open University and British Broadcasting Corporation, in Civilisations (Arts), Episode 2 of 9 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2018), 57 mins
Mary Beard looks at images of the human body in ancient art, seeking answers to fundamental questions at the heart of ideas about civilisations. Why have human beings always made art about themselves? What were these images for? And in what ways do some ancient conventions of representing the body still affect us...
directed by Matthew Hill, fl. 2001-2016; presented by Dame Mary Beard, 1955-; produced by Matthew Hill, fl. 2001-2016 and Caroline Buckley, fl. 2009, Nutopia, Open University and British Broadcasting Corporation, in Civilisations (Arts), Episode 2 of 9 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2018), 57 mins
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