Posts Tagged ‘history’
Historian and diplomat Joseph Nye gives us the 30,000-foot view of the shifts in power between China and the US, and the global implications as economic, political and “soft” power shifts and moves around the globe.
His description of soft power, hand movements, posture and unlabored breathing suggest he is also a practitioner of Tai Chi.
The Sisters Fox – The Birth of Spiritualism
These Words, Forever – The Immortality of Radio Waves
The Hollow Earth – A Journey to Terra Obscura
High Societies – Episodes of Unintentional Inebriation
The Moon in the Sun – Life on the Moon
In this first video of a four part historical retrospective on Rome in the first century, Rome rises under Caesar Augustus‘ compassion and violence. This miniseries is part of PBS‘s Empires series, a program that brings life and vivid imagining capabilities to periods of time that would otherwise seem much farther away. All four parts of this series provide a wide range of historical data in a format that keeps it interesting for the viewer.