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.

May 2013
Audio
The Civil War in 50 Objects
May 13th, 2013
59 minutes 34 seconds
Harold Holzer
Eric Foner (moderator)

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Harold Holzer and Eric Foner provide a unique and intimate look at the Civil War through the New-York Historical Society’s collection.

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May 2013
Audio
Three Days at Gettysburg, Part II
May 8th, 2013
1 hour and 2 minutes
John F. Marszalek
James M. McPherson
Harold Holzer (moderator)

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Three of America’s most distinguished Civil War historians return to discuss Gettysburg, one of the bloodiest and most haunting battles of the Civil War, which in three days forever changed the course of American history.

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May 2013
Audio
New Thinking on the American Revolution: Strategic Communication in the American Revolution
May 4th, 2013
Marc A. Genest

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Marc A. Genest discusses how the American rebels undercut British conventional military advantages. (Presented in collaboration with the Foreign Policy Research Institute.)

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May 2013
Audio
New Thinking on the American Revolution: The Savior of Our Country: Remembering Gen. George Washington
May 4th, 2013
Edward G. Lengel

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Edward G. Lengel gives a fresh look at General Washington as a military commander, offering insights into his strengths and weaknesses. (Presented in collaboration with the Foreign Policy Research Institute.)

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April 2013
Audio
WWII & NYC: The Rise and Decline of New York City Session 1: "From Dutch Backwater to the UN"
April 20th, 2013
50 minutes 22 seconds
Mike Wallace

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Mike Wallace evaluates how World War II catapulted New York City to the center of the world, ultimately causing it to emerge as the cultural and economic seat of an American new-style empire.

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