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Archived discussions prior to 2006, including The Place of the U.S. in the World Community, undergraduate coursework, Center for Science in Society working groups (e.g. Emergence), and more.
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This is a place for ongoing conversation among the group working in the Grobstein lab during the summer of 2007. Others are welcome to listen in and add comments on things they find interesting.
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A place where Bryn Mawr Film Institute patrons (and other film lovers too!) may post their own reviews of recent films
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This set of forums has been developed for major topics treated by Serendip as sections and for broad topics that draw from materials across several Serendip section.
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This forum is where you can test posts.
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The Serendip website is delighted to be hosting this on-line forum for conversation about theater productions being staged at the Wilma Theater in Philadelphia PA. Serendip's long standing commitment to being "a gathering place for people ... to explore ... life" closely matches the Wilma's objective "to engage our audiences in an aesthetic and philosophical examination of the complexities of contemporary life," and we're excited about working together.
The Wilma Theater performed Heather Raffo's 9 Parts of Desire, Cloud 9, The Pillowman, and My Children, My Africa! in 2006, and this forum contains links to active, provocative discussions about these productions.
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What happens when mediocrity recognizes itself in the face of genius, especially when genius comes in the form of a potty-mouthed former child prodigy? This is the challenge posed as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, perhaps the greatest composer of all time, unknowingly becomes the battleground of envious court composer Antonio Salieri's strife with God.
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Can women remain friends when a man comes between them? Is it possible for two people to love as equals? Sexy, fresh, and vibrantly funny, Age of Arousal is a modern look at forbidden Victorian desires on the brink of explosion.
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The epic story of Galileo comes to life in the Wilma’s vibrant re-imagining of Brecht’s masterpiece! In a simple study in Padua, Galileo raises his telescope to the skies and transforms hypothesis into proof that Earth is not the center of the universe. Word of his discovery radiates from the streets of Venice to the palaces of Rome, shaking the age-old core beliefs of his society.
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