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Did you miss one of New-York Historical's recent public programs? Recordings of select programs are available here as streaming audio.

Podcasts of select programs are also available on New-York Historical’s iTunes U library. These files can easily be downloaded and played on any Mac, PC or portable device and even burned to a CD.

April 2015
Audio
Toward Appomattox: The Last Gasp
April 8th, 2015
William C. Davis, James M. McPherson, Harold Holzer (moderator)

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Historians assess both the high cost of war and the debatable cost of peace by looking at Robert E. Lee's surrender to Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox.

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April 2015
Audio
The War That Ended Peace: The Road to 1914
April 7th, 2015
Margaret MacMillan

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Award-winning historian Margaret MacMillan provides a thoughtful retrospective on how the actions of numerous nations and leaders as well as ideas and values contributed to the outbreak of the First World War.

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March 2015
Audio
Winston Churchill and American Presidents: From Roosevelt to Roosevelt
March 28th, 2015
John Maurer

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Historian John H. Maurer explores Churchill’s complex relationship with American presidents, from Theodore Roosevelt to Franklin Roosevelt
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March 2015
Audio
An Evening with Cornel West
March 18th, 2015
Cornel West

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Celebrated activist Cornel West provides a vivid portrait of visionary 19th- and 20th-century African-American leaders and explores their lasting legacies in the age of Obama.

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March 2015
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The Untold Story of Joseph Stalin and Reflections on Russia Today
March 14th, 2015
Stephen Kotkin

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Historian Stephen Kotkin provides an intimate look at the Bolshevik regime’s inner geography, recasting the way we think about Joseph Stalin, the Soviet Union, and modern Russia.

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