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.

March 2013
Audio
Those Angry Days: Roosevelt, Lindbergh, and America’s Fight over World War II
March 28th, 2013
1 hour
Lynne Olson
Tom Brokaw (moderator)

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Lynne Olson and Tom Brokaw discuss President Franklin D. Roosevelt and aviator Charles Lindbergh, the figures at the core of the bitter debate that divided the nation over American intervention in World War II.

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March 2013
Audio
Seward: Lincoln's Indispensable Man
March 19th, 2013
59 minutes 57 seconds
Walter Stahr
Louis P. Masur (moderator)

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Renowned historians engage in an illuminating conversation about William Henry Seward, a complex and pivotal figure, and an early architect of America’s empire.

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March 2013
Audio
The Patriarch, Part II: Joe and Jack Kennedy
March 12th, 2013
59 minutes 38 seconds
David Nasaw

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Celebrated historian David Nasaw returns to continue his discussion of Joseph P. Kennedy, the patriarch of America’s greatest political dynasty, focusing on Kennedy’s relationship with his son John F. Kennedy.

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March 2013
Audio
My Share of the Task
March 10th, 2013
1 hour and 5 minutes
Stanley A. McChrystal
Walter Russell Mead (co-moderator)
Roger Berkowitz (co-moderator)

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General (Ret.) Stanley A. McChrystal explores his eventful career, from his first day at West Point, to his career in counterterrorism, to his last days as a four-star general.

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March 2013
Audio
New Frontiers in the 21st Century: A Layman's Guide to Cyberwar
March 9th, 2013
1 hour and 20 minutes
Lawrence Husick

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Lawrence Husick examines why the cyberwars of the future are the next great threat to national security, military capabilities, and civilian systems and infrastructure. Presented in collaboration with the Foreign Policy Research Institute.

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