Tuesday, March 22, 2011

This and That: Lectures

Suuliin uyed uzsen/taalagdsan lektsuud:

Francis Fukuyama - The Origins of the State: China and India

Gary Becker’s entire Human Capital class (via MR; neeree erteed Tyler Cowen-tay hamt hoolond orson, Mongoliin talaar, yalanguya hoomiigiin talaar ih sonirhoj baina lee :D)

Shakespeare and the Law: Keynote Conversation (feat. Justice Stephen Breyer, Richard Posner, Martha Nussbaum, and Richard Strier)

Kenji Yoshino - Shakespeare and the Rule of Law (Hoyor doloo honogiin umnu Yoshino-giin The Merchant of Venice-iin talaarh lektsend suusan. Gaihaltay! Lav l neg tsag amaa angaigaad, neg ch hudulguun hiilguy ungursun)

Ronald Dworkin - Is There Truth in Interpretation? Law, Literature and History (Dworkin-ii shine nom garsan baina. Tsag oldohguy yurduu gants hoyor hesgiig ni l unshsan. Hervee sonirhvol end excerpt ni bii)

Justices Sandra Day O'Connor and David Souter - Educating the Public (hosted by Linda Greenberg; yalanguya civic education-ii talaar helj bui zuils ni mash chuhal!)

Mark Thoma's econometrics course

CNN-ii Kristie Lu Stout-iin (hamgiin tsarailag anchor?) HKU-d unshsan lekts

Christopher Hitchens-Tony Blair Debate: Is Religion A Force For Good In The World?

1 comments:

tsatsrala said...

That econometrics course's great!!!
Thanks!