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Upcoming Schedule of Livestream Events

Learn something new every day from America’s Best Professors by tuning in to our Daily Live Stream (see schedule below). Don’t worry if you miss one, all lectures are available for playback in the Video Library immediately after live presentation.

(All times are in EDT unless otherwise noted)

The Week of July 6 is a Week of World History (+ the Civil War)
July 10

July 10

The Civil War in 15 Objects
Harold Holzer / Hunter College

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

The Week of July 13 is a Week of American (& World) History
July 13

July 13

The New Hollywood: How Digital Captured the Film Industry
Jonathan Kuntz / UCLA

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

July 14

July 14

Protest in America: Outrage, Activism, Acceptance and Change
Dana Fisher / University of Maryland

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

July 15

July 15

When Germs Travel: Epidemics in American History
Allen Pietrobon / American University

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

July 16

July 16

The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World: Power, Politics and Pride
Jennifer Tobin / University of Illinois

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

July 17

July 17

Rating the Presidents: (which were our best and worst?)
Robert Watson / Lynn University

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

The Week of July 20 is a week of Politics & History (+ Champagne!)
July 20

July 20

The Times They Are a Changin’: How Protest Music Helped Shape America
William McKeen / Boston University

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

July 21

July 21

The Most Powerful People in the World
William Burke-White / University of Pennsylvania

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

July 22

July 22

Women of the American Revolution: The Remarkable Stories You’ve Never Heard
Carol Berkin / City University of NY

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

July 23

July 23

A Different America: Sports and Civil Rights – A 50 Year Retrospective
Matthew Andrews / U North Carolina

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

July 24

July 24

What’s So Great About Champagne?
Regine Rousseau / Shall We Wine

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

The Week of July 27 is a Week of Sociology & Art!
July 27

July 27

Why Isn’t Washington, D.C. a State? (And Should It Be?)
Jeremi Suri / University of Texas at Austin

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

July 28

July 28

How to Watch Films Like a Film Professor
Marc Lapadula /Yale University

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

July 29

July 29

Looking at Architecture: The Art of Buildings
Tina Ryan /Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo), formerly Columbia University

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

July 30

July 30

What Happened to the News? From Walter Cronkite to Rush Limbaugh
Karen Bordeleau / U Arizona

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

July 31

July 31

The Buzz About Bees: Why They’re Dying, and Why We Should Care
Judy Wu-Smart / The University of Nebraska – Lincoln

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

Next Semester (Weeklong Course Calendar To Be Released)
August 3

August 3

The Dark Treason of Benedict Arnold
Richard Bell / U of Maryland

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

August 5

August 5

Reading Dante: Exploring Grief, Healing, and the Mysteries of Love
Joseph Luzzi / Bard College 

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

August 6

August 6

Drive-Thru America: A Culinary History of the Fast Food Industry and How It Shapes Our Lives
Marcia Chatelain / Georgetown University

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

August 10

August 10

The New Gilded Age: America Then, America Now
Edward O’Donnell / College of the Holy Cross

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

August 19

August 19

Funny Hollywood: Essential Comedies From Some Like it Hot to Lady Bird

Marc Lapadula / Yale University

One Hour Livestream 4pm EDT  — Available online after 5pm

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