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Category : History and Politics

1968: The Extraordinary Events of a Memorable Year
Leonard Steinhorn – American University

11/08/2017

6000 Years of Religion (in 60 minutes)
Sol Gittleman – Tufts University

12/30/2020

A 400 Year History of Religion in America
Mark Oppenheimer – Yale University

08/14/2019

A Brief History of The Supreme Court
Alison Gash – University of Oregon

08/14/2019

A Different America: How Our Country Has Changed From 1969 Through Today
Matthew Andrews – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

02/03/2020

Was Alexander Hamilton Jewish? A Scholar Investigates
Andrew Porwancher – University of Oklahoma

08/14/2019

American Democracy: Where are We Now?
Austin Sarat

08/14/2019

American Immigration: Fear, Myth, and Reality
Jeffrey Engel – Southern Methodist University

08/14/2019

American Power: Dominance or Decline? An Insider's Look at Global Developments
Stephen Kotkin – Princeton University

08/14/2019

Covid-19 and the Constitution: Should Rights be Balanced During a Pandemic?
Bruce Einhorn

05/12/2020

FDR and the Evolution of an American Ideal
Jeffrey Engel – Southern Methodist University

08/14/2019

FDR: The Making of the American Century
Jeremi Suri – University of Texas

08/14/2019

Federalists vs. Antifederalists: Why the Battle Over the Constitution Still Matters
Denver Brunsman / George Washington University

12/04/2020

Five Turning Points in American History
Edward O’Donnell

08/14/2019

Four Trials That Changed History
Austin Sarat

08/14/2019

Free Speech Revisited: Provocative Views of the First Amendment
Robert Post – Yale Law School

08/14/2019

Free Speech: The First Amendment in Crisis
Andrew Porwancher – University of Oklahoma

08/14/2019

Harry Truman: Conflict and Crisis
Richard Pious – Columbia University

08/14/2019

How America Went Haywire
Kurt Andersen – Pratt Institute / Public Radio International

08/14/2019

How the Media has Reported on Presidents: From Washington to Trump
Harold Holzer / Hunter College

03/02/2020

Learning From The Roman Empire: Are we Repeating Their Rise and Decline?
Caroline Winterer – Stanford University

08/14/2019

Leonardo da Vinci: The Man Who Invented the Future
Bulent Atalay / University of Virginia

08/14/2019

Abraham Lincoln Before and After the Civil War
Harold Holzer / Hunter College

08/14/2019

Living and Dying in America: The Politics of Healthcare
Michael Sparer

08/14/2019

Men, Women and Politics: A World of Difference
Jennifer Lawless – American University

08/14/2019

National Security vs. Privacy: The Inside Story of The Pentagon Papers
Stephen Whitfield – Brandeis University

02/18/2018

Our Broken Two Party System: Can American Politics be Fixed?
Robert Watson – Lynn University

08/14/2019

Race in America: A Country Divided
Law Professors Neil Siegel, Randall Kennedy and Amy Wax – Duke University, Harvard University, and Penn Law Schools

08/14/2019

Running From Office: Why Americans Dislike Politics and Politicians
Jennifer Lawless – American University

08/14/2019

Shifting World Powers: New Alliances in Uncertain Times
William Burke-White – University of Pennsylvania

08/14/2019

The American Revolution: Remarkable Stories You've Never Heard Before
Richard Bell – University of Maryland

08/14/2019

The Changing Face of Politics
Sam Potolicchio – Georgetown University

11/18/2019

The China Challenge: Where Are We Headed?
Stephen Kotkin – Princeton University

09/14/2019

The Constitution Revisited: An Alternative Look at America's Founding Document
Andrew Porwancher – University of Oklahoma

08/14/2019

The Four Greatest Strategic Military Thinkers in History
Andrew Wilson – U.S. Naval War College

08/14/2019

The Genius (and Rivalry) of Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla (Livestream)
Craig Wright – Yale University

05/12/2020

The History of New York in Twenty Objects
Sam Roberts

10/03/2019

The Impossible Presidency: Rethinking Our Nation’s Highest Office
Jeremi Suri – University of Texas

07/31/2021

The Legacy of Frederick Douglass
Christina Greer – Fordham University

03/23/2020

The Middle East Today: Whose Land is it Anyway?
Lawrence Hajioff – Yeshiva University

12/09/2019

The Politics of Islam: The Good, the Bad and the Future
Tarek Masoud – Harvard University

08/14/2019

The Remarkable Genius and Inventions of Benjamin Franklin
Caroline Winterer – Stanford University

03/31/2020

The Restless Genius of Benjamin Franklin
Richard Bell – University of Maryland

10/29/2019

The Rise and Decline of The American Presidency
Jeremi Suri – University of Texas

08/14/2019

The Women Who Ruled the World (3500 Years Ago)
Kara Cooney – UCLA

08/14/2019

U.S. Presidential Debates: Why We Watch and Why They Matter
Diana Carlin / Saint Louis University

01/21/2020

Unexplained History: What Historians Still Don't Understand
Caroline Winterer – Stanford University

10/03/2019

What Makes a Great Jewish Leader? From Moses to Modern Israel
Lawrence Hajioff – Yeshiva University

11/14/2019

What The Founding Fathers Were Really Like (and what we can learn from them today)
Carol Berkin – Baruch College

08/14/2019

White House Ghostwriting: The Writers Behind the Presidents’ Words
Diana Carlin / Saint Louis University

03/10/2021

Women of the American Revolution: The Remarkable Stories You've Never Heard
Carol Berkin – Baruch College

08/14/2019

WWII: Surprising Stories You Never Learned in History Class
Robert Watson – Lynn University

10/29/2019

The Constitution: Enduring Myths and Hidden Truths
Andrew Porwancher – University of Oklahoma

08/14/2019

What's Wrong With Congress? Can an 18th Century Structure Still Work?
Wendy Schiller – Brown University

08/14/2019

The New Cold War: Russia and the U.S. (What Went Wrong?)
Jeffrey Engel – Southern Methodist University

08/14/2019

When Weather Changed the Course of History
Caroline Winterer – Stanford University

08/14/2019

How the 1960s Shaped American Politics Today
Leonard Steinhorn – American University

08/14/2019

American Jews: Where Are We Now?
Mark Oppenheimer – Yale University

08/14/2019

Six People Who Built America
Jeremi Suri – University of Texas

08/14/2019

Presidential Election 2020: Where Are We Headed?
Sam Potolicchio – Georgetown University

06/14/2020

The Political Genius of FDR and LBJ
Michael Sparer

08/14/2019

The Life and Myth of George Washington
Louis Masur – Rutgers University

08/14/2019

The Civil War in 15 Objects
Harold Holzer / Hunter College

08/14/2019

The Presidency Emerges: From Washington to Lincoln
Akhil Amar – Yale University

08/14/2019

Presidential Leadership: Three Great Examples
Jeremi Suri – University of Texas

03/26/2020

Abraham Lincoln in Crisis
Louis Masur – Rutgers University

03/29/2020

What’s Wrong With Congress? Can an 18th Century System Still Work?
Wendy Schiller – Brown University

03/29/2020

Learning From the Roman Empire: Are we Repeating their Rise and Decline?
Caroline Winterer – Stanford University

04/11/2020

The Constitution: Enduring Myths and Hidden Truths
Andrew Porwancher – University of Oklahoma

04/12/2020

Democracy and The Rule of Law
Austin Sarat

04/12/2020

Politics: What happens Now?
Sam Potolicchio – Georgetown University

04/16/2020

The Shifting Lens of History: How we Reimagine the Past
Stephanie Yuhl – College of the Holy Cross

04/17/2020

The Future of Restaurants? A Historian’s Thoughts
Paul Freedman

04/21/2020

The Supreme Court: How Did We Get Here, and Where Are We Headed?
Alison Gash – University of Oregon

04/18/2020

What Would FDR Do Now?
Jeffrey Engel – Southern Methodist University

04/21/2020

Game Over: When All Sports Stop - A Historical Perspective
Matthew Andrews – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

04/21/2020

The American Revolution: Inside the Minds of The Founding Fathers
Louis Masur – Rutgers University

04/21/2020

American Immigration: Past, Present, and Future
Edward O’Donnell

04/27/2020

America and the World... After Corona
William Burke-White – University of Pennsylvania

03/29/2020

Benjamin Franklin: An American Original
Richard Bell – University of Maryland

05/06/2020

America in WWI: What Really Happened, and Why it Matters
Jennifer Keene – Chapman University

02/13/2020

The Presidents vs. The Press
Harold Holzer / Hunter College

05/06/2020

The Second World War: The Conflict and its Legacies
Jeremi Suri – University of Texas

05/12/2020

Four Trials that Changed the World
Austin Sarat

05/08/2020

What Would the Founding Fathers Think of America Today?
Wendy Schiller – Brown University

05/13/2020

Civil Rights and Protest in America: The Shifting Lens of History
Marcia Chatelain – Georgetown University

05/26/2020

Can American Politics be Fixed? Our Broken Two Party System:
Robert Watson – Lynn University

05/22/2020

Religion in America: Now What?
Mark Oppenheimer – Yale University

03/31/2020

The President's Book Club: What Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and FDR read for guidance
Joseph Luzzi – Bard College

05/19/2020

How the 60s Changed America: Lessons from a Pivotal Decade
Leonard Steinhorn – American University

05/27/2020

The Visionary Genius of Frederick Douglass
Richard Bell – University of Maryland

06/30/2020

What the People Want to Hear: The Politics of Populism
Stephen Whitfield – Brandeis University

07/01/2020

Broadway's Hamilton: Separating Fact From Fiction
Denver Brunsman / George Washington University

03/30/2021

America’s Founders: What We Know Now
Joanne Freeman – Yale University

07/03/2020

Unexplained History: What Historians Still Don't Understand
Caroline Winterer – Stanford University

07/09/2020

The Civil War in 15 Objects
Harold Holzer / Hunter College

07/10/2020

Protest in America: Outrage, Activism, Acceptance and Change
Dana Fisher

07/14/2020

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

07/16/2020

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

06/30/2020

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

07/02/2020

Founding Mothers: Women in the Struggle for American Independence
Carol Berkin – Baruch College

07/22/2020

Sports and Civil Rights : How Our Country Has Changed in 50 Years
Matthew Andrews – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

06/25/2020

Monumental Battles
Stephanie Yuhl – College of the Holy Cross

07/16/2020

Why Isn’t Washington, D.C. A State? (And Should It Be?)
Jeremi Suri – University of Texas

07/07/2020

The Dark Treason of Benedict Arnold
Richard Bell – University of Maryland

08/03/2020

The New Gilded Age: America Then, America Now
Edward O’Donnell

08/04/2020

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

07/07/2020

The End of Privacy: The New Realities of a Digital World
Austin Sarat

07/15/2020

Biden's VP Pick: Who, How, Why, and What Happens Next
Sam Potolicchio – Georgetown University

08/06/2020

The Meanings of Freedom: Black Lives during Reconstruction
Louis Masur – Rutgers University

07/14/2020

Harry Truman: The Complicated Story of an Unexpected President
Robert Watson – Lynn University

07/20/2020

Our Divided Congress: Has it Ever Been This Bad?
Jeremi Suri – University of Texas

07/27/2020

The Electoral College: Why does it exist? Should it exist? What should we do about it?
Wendy Schiller – Brown University

07/29/2020

Prohibition and American Life: A Social History of Alcohol
Allen Pietrobon

07/20/2020

Voting in America: Where We've Been, Where We Are, Where We're Headed
Austin Sarat

08/05/2020

America: How We Got Here
Kurt Andersen – Pratt Institute / Public Radio International

08/24/2020

The Sum of Our Dreams: Five Books that Changed American History
Louis Masur – Rutgers University

08/12/2020

Who was Confucius, and What Did Confucius Really Say?
Bryan Van Norden – Vassar College

08/07/2020

Shadow Network: Media and Money Behind the Scenes
Anne Nelson – Columbia University

08/18/2020

The True Story of the Mayflower Voyage
Caroline Winterer – Stanford University

08/12/2020

Brexit: Where Did It Come From and Where Is It Going?
William James Adams

08/03/2020

American Symbols: From the Liberty Bell to Lady Liberty
Edward O’Donnell

08/17/2020

The Most Important Day in History? D-Day: June 6, 1944
Robert Watson – Lynn University

08/17/2020

America in the Roaring 20's: From Al Capone to the Scopes Trial
Michael Kazin

08/17/2020

America Before America: Reconsidering the Legacy of Christopher Columbus
Peter Mancall

07/22/2020

The Great Depression and the New Deal
Edward O’Donnell

08/17/2020

Trump vs Biden
Allan J. Lichtman

09/23/2020

2030: How Today’s Biggest Trends Will Reshape the Future of Everything
Mauro F. Guillén

09/23/2020

How the Other Half Lived: Life, Death and Public Health in the Tenement
David Favaloro

08/04/2020

Harriet Tubman and Harriet Beecher Stowe: Fuses of the Civil War
Richard Bell – University of Maryland

10/21/2020

What Can We Learn From Ancient Philosophers?
Bryan Van Norden – Vassar College

09/18/2020

What Just Happened? Yesterday's Election and the Future of (Almost) Everything
Sam Potolicchio – Georgetown University

11/04/2020

The 2020 Election: What Does it Mean for Healthcare?
Michael Sparer

09/30/2020

Considering The Death Penalty: Right or Wrong?
Austin Sarat

09/04/2020

First Ladies: Behind the Scenes with Six Powerful Women
Robert Watson – Lynn University

09/22/2020

History Matters: Why Understanding the Past is Essential
Edward O’Donnell

08/21/2020

The Civil War and Abraham Lincoln: What’s Fact and What’s Fiction?
Louis Masur – Rutgers University

10/01/2020

Nuremberg Revisited: Then... and 75 Years Later
Bruce Einhorn

08/19/2020

Remembering Camelot: What We Can Learn from JFK's Presidency
Jeremi Suri – University of Texas

10/02/2020

Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941: A Date That Will Live in Infamy
Jeffrey Engel – Southern Methodist University

12/07/2020

1964: The Election that Changed America
Julian Zelizer

12/08/2020

Faith and the Founders: The Past and Future of Church and State
Andrew Porwancher – University of Oklahoma

12/09/2020

The Pompeii Excavation: Whispers From The Ashes
Michael Anderson

12/10/2020

Christmas in America: What’s Going on Here?
Edward O’Donnell

12/15/2020

The Bill of Rights Revisited: A Brief Surprising History
Carol Berkin – Baruch College

12/18/2020

The Supreme Court: From Powerless to Polarizing
Alison Gash – University of Oregon

01/04/2021

The Secrets of Secret Societies
Richard Spence

01/05/2021

The National Parks in American History: Vistas of Democracy
Richard Newman – Rochester Institute of Technology

01/11/2021

What Happened to the News? From Walter Cronkite... to Sean Hannity
Eric Alterman

01/12/2021

The Titanic: Conception, Construction, Catastrophe and Contradiction
Stephen M. Payne / Naval Architect

01/13/2021

Martin Luther King: A Legacy Revisited
Peniel E. Joseph / University of Texas

01/18/2021

The Biden Presidency: What to Expect in the First 100 Days
Jeremi Suri – University of Texas

01/19/2021

Make China Great Again? Attitudes and Aspirations in the World's Most Populous Country
Andrew Wilson – U.S. Naval War College

01/20/2021

The Cold War: What We Know Now (That We Didn't Know Then)
Susan Lindee / University of Pennsylvania

01/25/2021

Politics, Pandemic, and Public Health: Right and Wrong in our COVID-19 Response
Michael Sparer

01/26/2021

Ancient Egypt: Drama, Spectacle, and Remarkable Characters
Kara Cooney – UCLA

02/03/2021

Rosa Parks: Her True Story and Legacy
Brenna Wynn Greer / Wellesley College

02/04/2021

Author in Chief: Our Presidents and the Books They Wrote
Craig Fehrman / Indiana University, Bloomington

02/08/2021

The Worst Supreme Court Decisions: When Our Highest Court Gets it Terribly Wrong
Austin Sarat

02/10/2021

War Without the Shooting: The Olympics Past and Future
Matthew Andrews – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

02/11/2021

Rating The Presidents: The Best and the Worst
Robert Watson – Lynn University

02/15/2021

The Banality of Evil: Looking Back 60 Years
Roger Berkowitz – Bard College

02/16/2021

Richard Allen: The Black Founding Father Every American Should Know
Richard Newman – Rochester Institute of Technology

02/17/2021

American Slavery and Its Impact
Edward O’Donnell

02/23/2021

Presidential Illness: A Secret History From Washington to Trump
Jacob Appel – Brown University

02/24/2021

Violence, Protest and Social Change from the 60’s Through Today
Ashley Howard / University of Iowa

02/25/2020

P.T. Barnum: The Man, The Myth, The Legend
Kathy Maher / Executive Director, The Barnum Museum

02/26/2021

Jewish Politics in America: A 100 Year Retrospective
Stephen Whitfield – Brandeis University

03/02/2021

Presidential Transfers of Power: From George Washington to Donald Trump
Harold Holzer / Hunter College

03/03/2021

The History of Pizza: From Naples Italy to Little Italy
Scott Wiener

03/08/2021

Luxury on the Water: The History (and Future) of Cruising
Stephen M. Payne / Naval Architect

03/11/2021

The Irish Experience in the American Revolution
Richard Bell – University of Maryland

03/17/2021

The Exceptional Life of Mahatma Gandhi
Vinay Lal / UCLA

03/23/2021

Congress 2021 and Beyond: What Happens Now?
Wendy Schiller – Brown University

03/24/2021

Arthur Ashe: A Hard Road to Glory
Raymond Arsenault – University of South Florida

03/25/2021

The Remarkable Life of Teddy Roosevelt
Jeffrey Engel – Southern Methodist University

03/29/2021

The Future of Higher Education: Colleges and Universities After Covid
Bryan Alexander / Georgetown University

03/31/2021

American Politics Today: Democrats vs Democrats vs Republicans vs Republicans
Sam Potolicchio – Georgetown University

04/01/2021

Conflict and Conquest in the American West
Edward O’Donnell

04/05/2021

Ronald Reagan and the End of the Cold War
Jeremi Suri – University of Texas

04/06/2021

The Dead Sea Scrolls: Discovery and Decipherment
Gary A. Rendsburg / Rutgers University

04/08/2021

Revisiting Thomas Jefferson
Denver Brunsman / George Washington University

04/13/2021

The 10 Greatest Baseball Players (plus others...)
Vincent Cannato

04/15/2021

John and Abigail Adams: Love in the Founding Era
Carol Berkin – Baruch College

04/19/2021

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

04/23/2021

The Evolution of Religion: How It All Started - And Why
Azim Shariff / University of British Columbia

04/27/2021

Washington DC: What Really Happened in the Room Where it Happened
Robert Watson – Lynn University

04/29/2021

The Treaty of Paris: The Document that Ended the American Revolution
Richard Bell – University of Maryland

04/30/2021

Tiger Woods: The Imperfect Politics of American Celebrity
Matthew Andrews – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

05/05/2021

Milestones to the Moon: The Real Story of the Space Race
Daniel Breen – Brandeis University

05/06/2021

Winston Churchill: His Life and Times
Don Brown – Dir, London Society

05/07/2021

Eleanor Roosevelt: A Defining First Lady
Allida Black / University of Virginia

05/10/2021

Advanced Titanic: Diving Deeper into the Disastrous Story
Stephen M. Payne / Naval Architect

05/11/2021

James Madison: Political Philosopher, Practical Politician
Robert Allison – Suffolk University

05/12/2021

How We Choose Our Presidential Candidates: An Inside Look Behind the Scenes
Seth Masket / University of Denver

05/17/2021

Woodrow Wilson: A Complicated Presidency
Jeffrey Engel – Southern Methodist University

05/24/2021

Edible America: How and What We Eat
Allen Pietrobon

05/26/2021

India: Past, Present, and Future
Vinay Lal / UCLA

05/27/2021

Love Canal, NY: How a Single Environmental Disaster Changed America
Richard Newman – Rochester Institute of Technology

06/01/2021

Homefront Injustice: The Internment of Japanese Americans During WWII
Edward O’Donnell

06/02/2021

Ancient Athens: History, Culture, and Archaeology
Aristotle Koskinas – Greece Ministry of Culture

06/03/2021

Elect Us, Not Them: The History of Political Advertising Part 1
Leonard Steinhorn – American University

06/10/2021

Elect Us, Not Them: The History of Political Advertising Part 2
Leonard Steinhorn – American University

06/11/2021

Who Wrote the Bible?
Gary A. Rendsburg / Rutgers University

06/14/2021

Covering America: Journalism from the American Revolution to the Digital Revolution
Chris Daly – Boston University

06/17/2021

Juneteenth Explained: A Tradition of Remembrance and Revival
Karlos K. Hill – University of Oklahoma

06/18/2021

American Judaism: What's Next?
Mark Oppenheimer – Yale University

06/23/2021

Abraham Lincoln and the 1864 Election That Saved America
Jonathan White – Christopher Newport University

06/25/2021

The Stonewall Riots Explained: The Power and Problem
Timothy Patrick McCarthy – Harvard University

06/28/2021

The Israeli Election: How it Happened, Why it Happened, and What May Happen Next
Chuck Freilich – Columbia University

06/29/2021

Declaring Independence: The Difficult Decision That Created America
Denver Brunsman / George Washington University

07/01/2021

What the Founding Fathers Were Really Like (And What We Can Still Learn from Them Today)
Carol Berkin – Baruch College

07/02/2021

The Future of Sports: A Whole New Ballgame
Matthew Andrews – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

07/06/2021

Thoreau, Emerson, Walden Pond and More: Answering Big Questions
Caroline Winterer – Stanford University

07/08/2021

Louis Brandeis: The People’s Justice
Daniel Breen – Brandeis University

07/09/2021

Little Known Presidents Series: John Quincy Adams
Robert Allison – Suffolk University

07/12/2021

The Boston Tea Party: Tempest in a Tea Pot
Richard Bell – University of Maryland

07/14/2021

Beyond Chocolate and Vanilla: The Delicious History of Ice Cream
Sarah Lohman – Culinary Historian

07/16/2021

The Progressive Era, 1900 - 1920: America’s Quest for a Better Society
Edward O’Donnell

07/19/2021

George H. W. Bush: What We Know Now (That We Didn’t Know Then)
Jeffrey Engel – Southern Methodist University

07/20/2021

Money Talks: How the Rockefellers Redefined America
Jeremi Suri – University of Texas

07/22/2021

Welcome to the Future: A Brief History of World’s Fairs
Robert Rydell – Montana State University

07/23/2021

The Olympics in Ancient Greece
Paul Christesen – Dartmouth College

07/26/2021

Who Wore What When (and Why?): The History of Fashion
Amanda Hallay – LIM College

07/27/2021

The Birth of Israel: The Behind-the-Scenes Story of Statehood in 1948
Robert Watson – Lynn University

08/03/2021

American Passage: The History of Ellis Island
Vincent Cannato

08/04/2021

Kennedy, Nixon, & the Debate of the Century
Allen Pietrobon

08/05/2021

Alexander the Great: His Career, Character, and What Made Him "Great"
Jennifer Tobin

08/06/2021

Living and Dying in America: Can We Ever Control Health Care Costs?
Michael Sparer

08/12/2021

Our American Cities: Problems, Politics, and Possibilities
Alison Gash – University of Oregon

08/13/2021

The Tokyo Olympics: A Political Look Back (and forward to Beijing 2022)
Matthew Andrews – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

08/16/2021

How American Women Won the Right to Vote
Jennifer Keene – Chapman University

08/18/2021

Baby Boomer-in-Chief: The Presidency of Bill Clinton
Jeffrey Engel – Southern Methodist University

08/19/2021

Three Days That Shocked America
Edward O’Donnell

08/23/2021

The Genius of Darwin: What He Got Right, and What He Got Wrong
Susan Lindee / University of Pennsylvania

08/25/2021

Understanding America Through Four Remarkable Photographs
Louis Masur – Rutgers University

08/26/2021

Understanding the 1619 Project
Karlos K. Hill – University of Oklahoma

08/30/2021

Hamilton vs. Jefferson: The Rivalry that Shaped America
Louis Masur – Rutgers University

08/31/2021

Hitler, Germany, and 1941: What We Know Now
Andrew Nagorski – Formerly Bard College

09/01/2021

Lewis and Clark’s Brilliant Failure: An Exploration of the Famous Expedition
Patrick Allitt – Emory University

09/02/2021

The Worst Presidents Ever (Pierce, Buchanan and Johnson)
Robert Allison – Suffolk University

09/09/2021

A Jewish Founding Father? Alexander Hamilton's Hidden Life
Andrew Porwancher – University of Oklahoma

09/13/2021

Revisiting Three Iconic American Speeches: The Words of FDR, JFK, & MLK
Stephanie Yuhl – College of the Holy Cross

09/15/2021

The True Story of the Mayflower Voyage
Caroline Winterer – Stanford University

09/17/2021

Who Runs the World? Business, Government, and Global Power
Paul Bracken – Yale University School of Management

09/20/2021