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  • An Attack of Anglophilia A lengthy video for my lengthy trip to London! Ravens - Warding off doom and counting to six since the 1400s. Couldn't resist the theme music, sorry. Points if you get it, sucks if you don't! :D The Doctor Who Experience:
  • Seminar (2/4): The Rise To Power of Uruguay's Legalised Tupamaros (Prof Stephen Gregory) This seminar was hosted by the Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies (based within the College of Arts & Social Sciences, at The Australian National University), on Thursday 25 March, 2010. For more events and details about our organisation, please visit: anclas.anu.edu.au From Imprisoned Guerrillas to National Government the Rise to Power in Uruguay of the Legalised Tupamaros 1985-2010 Professor Stephen Gregory Uruguay is frequently considered and has often considered itself to be an exception among the countries of the Southern Cone, and for this reason is largely omitted as a case study in comparative examinations of continental phenomena such as the rise of left-of-centre governments in Latin America. On 1 March 2010, all but thirty-five years to the day since his release from prison after thir*** years of detention and torture at the hands of the Uruguayan military dictatorship, José Pepe Mujica, one of the founders in the early 1960s of the Tupamaros National Liberation Movement, an almost legendary clandestine urban guerrilla organisation, will be formally invested as President of the Republic for the next five years. This paper will examine the rise to power in Uruguay of the centre-left coalition known as the Frente Amplio (Broad Front), the role of the legalised Tupamaros within it, and the gradual dominance of both by the Movimiento de Participación Popular, the sector led by Mujica. The story of this process on the Uruguayan left illuminates ...
  • In Memoriam V
  • An Open Letter to Americans Obviously not all americans are huge anglophiles, (I'm not self-centred enough to believe that) but those who are seem very curious to me. They can hardly ever back up their infatuation with any reasonable explanation. I just want to know why. I'm really quite unremarkable. PS - To anyone I mentioned in this video, please know I do not mean offense at all. I just watched this video though and I seem a little standoffish. I apologise in advance.
  • Vlog: Springtime and Bearnanza I haven't done a vlog in ages, so I finally decided to let people know that I'm not dead. ;-) Talking about spring, my new camera that I'm also using for this vid, the upcomming GBBB event, shopping and anglophilia. :-D
  • Crazy Awesome Video of a Massive Solar Flare When a rather large-sized (M 3.6 class) flare occurred near the edge of the Sun, it blew out a gorgeous, waving mass of erupting plasma that swirled and twisted over a 90-minute period (Feb. 24, 2011). This event was captured in extreme ultraviolet light by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory spacecraft . Some of the material blew out into space and other portions fell back to the surface. Because SDO images are super-HD, we can zoom in on the action and still see exquisite details. And using a cadence of a frame taken every 24 seconds, the sense of motion is, by all appearances, seamless. Sit back and enjoy the jaw-dropping solar show.
  • Friday Night Live 1/9/09 "Anglophile" TGIF! It's been a long week, and you're ready to have some fun... Kick off your weekend with nonstop laughs at FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE, the weekly sketch comedy show that's all-new every Friday night at 8 PM!
  • I Left My Heart in Londontown A mockumentary about an American student who pretends to be British. Written and Directed by Elena Blekhter. Starring Rosie duPont,
  • In Memoriam II
  • In Memoriam IV
  • Re: An Open Letter To Americans This is a response to Latumway's video titled, An Open Letter To Americans. Just short and to the point.
  • In Memoriam III
  • "Ukin' for the UK" by Ukelilli Ukelilli shows us the results of taking her lifelong anglophilia to England! Special thanks to Yfke for shooting most of this!! Also thanks to Keith and John, and definitely all the sites and locations and people featured in this video! Like the song? Purchase it for less than a buck on iTunes, here:
  • The Anglo Form The Anlgo Form in Mowbray Park
  • Gordon S. Wood: 2010 National Book Festival Historian Gordon S. Wood appears at the 2010 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: A professor of history at Brown University, Gordon S. Wood is the author of "Creation of the American Republic, 1776-1787," which won the Bancroft Prize and the John H. Dunning Prize in 1970, and "The Radicalism of the American Revolution," which won the Pulitzer Prize for history and the Ralph Waldo Emerson Prize in 1993. "The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin" was awarded the Julia Ward Howe Prize by the Boston Authors Club in 2005. He has since written several critically acclaimed and widely read histories, including "Revolutionary Characters: What Made the Founders Different" and "The Purpose of the Past: Reflections on the Uses of History." His book in the Oxford History of the United States, called "Empire of Liberty: A History of the Early Republic, 1789-1815" (Oxford University Press), was recently published. Wood is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society.
  • Anglophilia and Awkward Introductions! Well, hello there! Welcome to the first episode of Totally Judgy! My name is Maggie, one part of the TJ duo, and I'm starting off the vlog with a brief introduction and some rambling about Great Britain. Enjoy!
  • Anglophilia Fall 2008 from Catherine Fulmer
  • In Memoriam I
  • Seminar (1/4): The Rise To Power of Uruguay's Legalised Tupamaros (Prof Stephen Gregory) This seminar was hosted by the Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies (based within the College of Arts & Social Sciences, at The Australian National University), on Thursday 25 March, 2010. For more events and details about our organisation, please visit: anclas.anu.edu.au From Imprisoned Guerrillas to National Government the Rise to Power in Uruguay of the Legalised Tupamaros 1985-2010 Professor Stephen Gregory Uruguay is frequently considered and has often considered itself to be an exception among the countries of the Southern Cone, and for this reason is largely omitted as a case study in comparative examinations of continental phenomena such as the rise of left-of-centre governments in Latin America. On 1 March 2010, all but thirty-five years to the day since his release from prison after thir*** years of detention and torture at the hands of the Uruguayan military dictatorship, José Pepe Mujica, one of the founders in the early 1960s of the Tupamaros National Liberation Movement, an almost legendary clandestine urban guerrilla organisation, will be formally invested as President of the Republic for the next five years. This paper will examine the rise to power in Uruguay of the centre-left coalition known as the Frente Amplio (Broad Front), the role of the legalised Tupamaros within it, and the gradual dominance of both by the Movimiento de Participación Popular, the sector led by Mujica. The story of this process on the Uruguayan left illuminates ...
  • Conner Fights a Tree I found this video on my computer, this was made I think 2007 when I was a freshman in High School
  • The Rise Of The Chinese Gentleman China's booming economy has created more than 300000 millionaires. But now that they have got the money they are starting to look for something else - a little more sophistication. Skys China Correspondent Peter Sharp reports on the rise of the Chinese Gentleman.
  • Seminar (4/4): The Rise To Power of Uruguay's Legalised Tupamaros (Prof Stephen Gregory) This seminar was hosted by the Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies (based within the College of Arts & Social Sciences, at The Australian National University), on Thursday 25 March, 2010. For more events and details about our organisation, please visit: anclas.anu.edu.au From Imprisoned Guerrillas to National Government the Rise to Power in Uruguay of the Legalised Tupamaros 1985-2010 Professor Stephen Gregory Uruguay is frequently considered and has often considered itself to be an exception among the countries of the Southern Cone, and for this reason is largely omitted as a case study in comparative examinations of continental phenomena such as the rise of left-of-centre governments in Latin America. On 1 March 2010, all but thirty-five years to the day since his release from prison after thir*** years of detention and torture at the hands of the Uruguayan military dictatorship, José Pepe Mujica, one of the founders in the early 1960s of the Tupamaros National Liberation Movement, an almost legendary clandestine urban guerrilla organisation, will be formally invested as President of the Republic for the next five years. This paper will examine the rise to power in Uruguay of the centre-left coalition known as the Frente Amplio (Broad Front), the role of the legalised Tupamaros within it, and the gradual dominance of both by the Movimiento de Participación Popular, the sector led by Mujica. The story of this process on the Uruguayan left illuminates ...
  • Introducing Seri and Aurora: the next Jane-eration Seri and Aurora are fictional characters from the book, Farwillows, currently being penned by Erin Allen and Rachel Berman. Farwillows is a pastiche/homage to Momma Jane. All four of the above Americans (both fiction and "real"), suffer from rampant anglophilia. Somewhere along the way Seri Shelton and Aurora Ashby came to life and possessed the souls of Erin and Rachel. This is the result. Please visit also:
  • Katharine Hepburn al Dick Cavett's XIX Anglophilia according to Katharine Hepburn: "I go mad when English actors are thought to be better than American actors, 'cause I think American actors are better than English actors...."
  • ThatDonkeyGuy: Anglophilia What is it about those dang Angles and Saxons that make them so loveable?
  • Anglophilia and arts. Fourth vlog installation, again, I share my viewpoint on Twilight. Mentioned: Original article: Stills of pieces and then some:
  • Oh, to be in England A gringo comes down with anglophilia. . By Bert Stratton, Yiddishe Cup Klezmer Guy
  • God Save The Tsar from 1812 overture The kind they use in the 1812 overture.
  • The President Needs Our Support Abraham Lincoln Has Replaced Winston Churchill In The White House February 2, 2009 (LPAC)--For 8 years, a bronze bust of FDR-foe and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill stood in George Bush's oval office. It was lent to him by Tony Blair, as a "sumpbol of the enduring special relationship with America." Shortly before the inauguration of Barack Obama, it was removed, and put into storage. The Times Online reports that "recent photographs show that a bust of Abraham Lincoln, one of the new President's heroes, has been moved to take the position once occupied by Churchill." "Mr. Obama shows little evidence of the Anglophilia that led his predecessors to pepper speeches with quotations from Churchill," the Times observes. "Instead, there have been suggestions that he has reason to disdain the former Prime Minister." This refers to the fact that in 1952, Churchill declared an emergency in Kenya, and sent troops to crush the Mau Mau countergang, which the British themselves had created. President Obama's grandfather was one of the many Kenyans detained without a trial, and tortured by the British. British historian Tristram Hunt has suggested that perhaps Britain could lend the President a work to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Thomas Paine's death, since he was British born, and one of the "fathers of the American Revolution," and was quoted in Obama's inaugural address.
  • Outakes Anglophilia Behind the scenes filming of Anglophilia. See if Tawny can get through an entire scene without cracking up.
  • Anglo-files Episode 1-featuring Nastassja
  • Accordion Tune Playing a tune in the key of F on a concertina that is essentially in the keys of C and G is more than a little bit daft, and can certainly scramble your mind and tangle your fingers. This tune was written by David Parry for a song he wrote for Robert Service's poem titled "Accordion". I learned it from the playing of Brian Peters on his CD "Anglophilia", and it is played here on a 30-button C/G Anglo Concertina made by Harold Herrington of Mesquite, Texas. I only had to change one bass note from Brian's version, otherwise it would have required playing one note while pushing while simultaneously playing another while pulling, which I am told on reasonable authority is quite impossible!
  • A Wedding Video Not your usual wedding video - the whole day (and the day after) in just over 3 minutes - made up of the stills taken by 4 photographers. Music by permission of Brian Peters from his album "Anglophilia" - see