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HIV: Past, Present and Future
“The History of HIV and current Epidemic” is the first video in a UCSF Osher Mini Medical School Series all about HIV, bringing viewers to the very cutting edge of the disease’s evolution and the treatments used to combat it. Dr. Monica Gandhi of UCSF’s Division of HIV/AIDS traces the history of the disease from its first appearance in Humans to its current existence. Then Dr. Paul A. Volberding examines the history of the disease in San Francisco as well as the epidemiology of the disease.
Four More Years:
A panel of experts from the Institute of Governmental Studies at UC Berkeley discusses the election of 2012 and what it may tell us about the president’s second term. Obama’s second election was won by a narrower margin than in 2008, while voters maintained the norm of a Republican House and a Democratic Senate. What does this say about Obama, or is this more a reflection of Republican candidate Mitt Romney? What can the country expect from Obama in his second term and how will his leadership differ from his first term?
UCTV Goes to the Dogs
Go deeper into the history and the minds of dogs as Alexandra Horowitz of Columbia University, discusses her best-selling book, “Inside of a Dog.” In this episode of Conversations with History, Horowitz discusses her formative interests in animal cognition and how she chose to specify on dogs.
Horowitz also examines the role of dogs in our society and culture, throughout history and contemporarily. In this UC Berkeley Graduate Council Lecture, Horowitz presents a look at the way dogs are represented in our literature and art as well as an alternative approach to considering dogs.
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