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New York City is home to the world's foremost scholars, authors, artists, scientists, policy makers, and community builders. Now all the best speakers, lectures, and talks are available in one place: Thirteen Forum. Produced by PBS affiliate WNET Thirteen

Latest Episodes

Bodies on the Line: Shirin Neshat and Carol Becker

Columbia School of Arts Dean Carol Becker speaking with visual artist and filmmaker Shirin Neshat about her work, specifically her recent film "Women Without Men."

59 min2010 DEC 20
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Bodies on the Line: Shirin Neshat and Carol Becker

9/11 and the Spirit of Volunteerism

A three-person panel discusses how 9/11 sparked a greater movement of volunteerism across the United States and led to President Obama's declaration of Sept. 11 as a National Day of Service.

50 min2010 DEC 17
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9/11 and the Spirit of Volunteerism

Bodies on the Line: Michael Fitzpatrick and Rabbi Irwin Kula

Musician Michael Fitzpatrick calls out for compassion and world peace with his cello. He shares his music and discusses the power of good vibrations with Rabbi Irwin Kula.

84 min2010 DEC 15
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Bodies on the Line: Michael Fitzpatrick and Rabbi Irwin Kula

Bodies on the Line: Claudia Bernardi and Mark Danner

Claudia Bernardi, artist, printmaker and human rights activist presents samples of her work and has a conversation with award winning journalist and author, Mark Danner as part of Anna Deavere Smith's colloquium on borders, Bodies on the Line.

99 min2010 DEC 6
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Bodies on the Line: Claudia Bernardi and Mark Danner

Realizing the 9/11 Memorial

9/11 Memorial architect Michael Arad details what inspired him to design a national tribute to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the World Trade Center terror attacks.

34 min2010 NOV 15
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Realizing the 9/11 Memorial

Jewish as a Second Language, The Frozen Rabbi

with Molly Katz and Steve Stern

106 min2010 JUL 28
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Jewish as a Second Language, The Frozen Rabbi

Pop-Up Particle Physics from the Large Hadron Collider

Alan Alda moderates as leading physicists Lisa Randall (Harvard) and Michael Tuts (Columbia), join CERN's Emma Sanders to explain new science coming from the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland. In particular, they share details of the ATLAS Experiment.

98 min2010 JUL 7
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Pop-Up Particle Physics from the Large Hadron Collider

Escaping the Taliban

David Rohde, a two-time Pulitzer prize winning reporter for The New York Times, has covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Bosnia, Iraq, and other countries. For seven months he was held captive by the Taliban before escaping.

49 min2010 JUN 30
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Escaping the Taliban

Globish: How the English Language Became the World's Language

Vice Present of Content for WNET.org Stephen Segaller speaks with author and associate editor of Britain's Observor, Robert McCrum. McCrum's new book traces the spread of English as the language of global capitalism.

58 min2010 JUN 16
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Globish: How the English Language Became the World's Language

Where Does Life Begin?

Together artist Michael Joaquin Grey and astrobiologist Chris Impey construct an organism and a conversation using ZOOB, a building toy designed by Grey and inspired by biological and social networks.

62 min2010 JUN 10
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Where Does Life Begin?

Latest Episodes

Bodies on the Line: Shirin Neshat and Carol Becker

Columbia School of Arts Dean Carol Becker speaking with visual artist and filmmaker Shirin Neshat about her work, specifically her recent film "Women Without Men."

59 min2010 DEC 20
Comments
Bodies on the Line: Shirin Neshat and Carol Becker

9/11 and the Spirit of Volunteerism

A three-person panel discusses how 9/11 sparked a greater movement of volunteerism across the United States and led to President Obama's declaration of Sept. 11 as a National Day of Service.

50 min2010 DEC 17
Comments
9/11 and the Spirit of Volunteerism

Bodies on the Line: Michael Fitzpatrick and Rabbi Irwin Kula

Musician Michael Fitzpatrick calls out for compassion and world peace with his cello. He shares his music and discusses the power of good vibrations with Rabbi Irwin Kula.

84 min2010 DEC 15
Comments
Bodies on the Line: Michael Fitzpatrick and Rabbi Irwin Kula

Bodies on the Line: Claudia Bernardi and Mark Danner

Claudia Bernardi, artist, printmaker and human rights activist presents samples of her work and has a conversation with award winning journalist and author, Mark Danner as part of Anna Deavere Smith's colloquium on borders, Bodies on the Line.

99 min2010 DEC 6
Comments
Bodies on the Line: Claudia Bernardi and Mark Danner

Realizing the 9/11 Memorial

9/11 Memorial architect Michael Arad details what inspired him to design a national tribute to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the World Trade Center terror attacks.

34 min2010 NOV 15
Comments
Realizing the 9/11 Memorial

Jewish as a Second Language, The Frozen Rabbi

with Molly Katz and Steve Stern

106 min2010 JUL 28
Comments
Jewish as a Second Language, The Frozen Rabbi

Pop-Up Particle Physics from the Large Hadron Collider

Alan Alda moderates as leading physicists Lisa Randall (Harvard) and Michael Tuts (Columbia), join CERN's Emma Sanders to explain new science coming from the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland. In particular, they share details of the ATLAS Experiment.

98 min2010 JUL 7
Comments
Pop-Up Particle Physics from the Large Hadron Collider

Escaping the Taliban

David Rohde, a two-time Pulitzer prize winning reporter for The New York Times, has covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Bosnia, Iraq, and other countries. For seven months he was held captive by the Taliban before escaping.

49 min2010 JUN 30
Comments
Escaping the Taliban

Globish: How the English Language Became the World's Language

Vice Present of Content for WNET.org Stephen Segaller speaks with author and associate editor of Britain's Observor, Robert McCrum. McCrum's new book traces the spread of English as the language of global capitalism.

58 min2010 JUN 16
Comments
Globish: How the English Language Became the World's Language

Where Does Life Begin?

Together artist Michael Joaquin Grey and astrobiologist Chris Impey construct an organism and a conversation using ZOOB, a building toy designed by Grey and inspired by biological and social networks.

62 min2010 JUN 10
Comments
Where Does Life Begin?
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