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Films with: Bauman, Suzanne

Art of the Western world
Magnificent masterpieces of the Western world are presented in their cultural and historical settings. From the restrained classical tradition to energetic and spontaneous modern art, each artistic movement is interpreted through its major paintings, sculptures, and works of architecture. Comments from internationally known art experts and critics assist in understanding and appreciation of the works. The series can be used to introduce students to the Western canon, or as review material for teachers.
DVD 12264
Belle epoque /
Uses the costume exhibit of the same name held at New York City's Costume Institute, Dec. 6, 1982 through Sept. 4, 1983, as a springboard to journey back to the splendor and rebelliousness of the pre-World War I years. Period motion pictures, photographs, and sound recordings help to supplement the spoken memories of participating interviewees who lived through the period.
DVD 9285
Writing code
Forty-eight authors, linguists, historians, anthropologists, and poets discuss the history of writing, explaining how written communication has shaped the last 5000 years of human history. The greatest invention: A look at the creation of various systems of writing, from Egyptian hieroglyphs to Cherokee. The art and the craft: A look at the physical and psychological craft of writing, from Gilgamesh to the blogosphere. The literate society: A look at the process of learning to write, from clay tablets in Sumer to the modern American public school system.
DVD 4068