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 2014
Audio
Our Haggadah with Cokie and Steven Roberts
April 8th, 2014
57 minutes
Cokie Roberts
Steven V. Roberts

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Acclaimed authors Cokie and Steven V. Roberts share their unique and personalized vision of the traditional Passover Haggadah, exploring their own family traditions, lessons they’ve learned as an interfaith couple, and inclusive Passover rituals.

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April 2014
Audio
Great Battles of the Civil War: Shiloh
April 3rd, 2014
1 hour
John F. Marszalek
James M. McPherson
Harold Holzer (moderator)

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Leading Civil War historians discuss the two-day battle at Shiloh—from strategies to casualties, miracles to miscalculations.

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March 2014
Audio
The White House: Readers and Leaders of the West Wing
March 19th, 2014
1 hour
Tevi Troy
Gil Troy

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From Jefferson to Lincoln and Bush to Obama, two renowned presidential historians provide an in-depth look into how media and literature have shaped the leadership styles and worldviews of our nation’s highest office.

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March 2014
Audio
Justice Thurgood Marshall
March 11th, 2014
1 hour and 17 minutes
Randall Kennedy

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Randall Kennedy, a former law clerk to Justice Thurgood Marshall, offers an in-depth look at this monumental figure and his enduring legacy.

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March 2014
Audio
The Great Debate: Edmund Burke, Thomas Paine, and the Birth of Right and Left
March 4th, 2014
1 hour
Yuval Levin
William Kristol (moderator)

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Two experts explore the roots of American political order through the men who represented each side of the left/right debate at its outset—Edmund Burke and Thomas Paine—and consider how their views continue to shape our current political discourse.

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