WORDS MATTER - PART 1 - DR. PETER MERCER
Peter Mercer, President of Ramapo College, shares thoughts, humor, and personal anecdotes on the challenges and rewards of college leadership, the central role of humanities in education, and the importance of words and meaning.
WORDS MATTER - PART 2 - DR. JUDITH STARK
6/11/2014 - Dr. Judith Stark, Professor of Philosophy at Seton Hall University, offers new 'quality of life' metrics, and underscores the need for citizen responsibility, respect for nature, and a rich interior life to ensure a healthy planet.
WORDS MATTER - PART 3 - DR. NANCY CANTOR
Dr. Nancy Cantor, Chancellor of Rutgers University-Newark, speaks about Newark’s potential for growth, her love of Social Psychology and creative dialogue, and the news media’s role in empowering diverse voices and fostering collaboration.
WORDS MATTER - PART 4 - DR. MICHAEL ZAVADA & DR. JUDITH STARK
An interview with Dr. Michael Zavada, Dean of Arts and Sciences, and Dr. Judith Stark, Professor of Philosophy at Seton Hall University. Dr. Zavada speaks about environmental change as a “test of humanity,” and the necessity of citizen knowledge and civic action.
WORDS MATTER - PART 5 - DR. SHIRLEY TILGHMAN
Dr. Shirley Tilghman, President Emerita, Princeton University, discusses arts as central to undergraduate education, the urgency of "putting a price on carbon" to motivate environmental stewardship, and the need for women in leadership.
“Words Matter” was made possible by a grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations in this video do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities or the New Jersey Council for the Humanities.
NEWS AND HUMANITIES EXPERTS CONSIDER NEWS IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Excerpts from public forum presented by NJ Arts News at the Arts Council of Princeton. A public forum entitled "Civics, Humanities and News Media in NJ" explores News in relation to citizenship, democracy, and the human story.
PUSHKIN / PROKOFIEV EUGENE ONEGIN STAGED AT PRINCETON
A unique performance at Princeton University marks the first 'staging' of Eugene Onegin with music by Prokofiev, interpreted through ballroom dance. This innovative collaboration combines the forces of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra (conductor Rossen Milanov), the Princeton University Glee Club, and Princeton University Ballroom Dance Club.
IMPROVISED PIANO CONCERTO BY LEE PUI MING WITH THE BAY-ATLANTIC SYMPHONY
Pianist/Composer Lee Pui Ming and the Bay-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra (Jed Gaylin, Music Director) perform "she comes to shore" for improvised piano and orchestra, March 24, 2012, Cumberland County College.