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Completed and donated to Stanford this year (2009), the archive "contains the final documentary produced by David Hamburg and his son, as well as twenty-nine videotaped interviews with world leaders in the prevention of mass violence, which were used as source material for the film." Now you can view it online.
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1991 Somali revolution survivor and graduate from the Program in Human Biology tells her story in the New York Times
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At TheScientist.com: "I [had] been making similar hip-hop parodies throughout the year," McFadden says. This time inspiration struck during the unit on neuroscience for a Human Biology class for which he was a teacher's assistant...
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