In an intimate conversation with acclaimed producer Susan Lacy, Nancy Kwan recounts the defining moments of her memorable career.
Did you miss one of New-York Historical's recent public programs? Recordings of select programs are available here as streaming audio.
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Two of the most prestigious Supreme Court experts explore how Associate Justice Sotomayor has challenged an institution and the societal differences she is making.
Author Nick Bunker examines the lethal blend of politics, personalities, and economics that led to the Boston Tea Party and ultimately culminated in an all-out war for independence.
Historian James M. McPherson reexamines Jefferson Davis's military strengths.
In conjunction with the exhibition Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion, the New-York Historical Society presents the American premiere of the Discovery Channel Asia’s groundbreaking series Chineseness with a conversation between featured artist Yang Chihung and host of the series Dr. Agnes Hsu-Tang. The original documentary series examines the idea of a renaissance in Chinese identity through the lives and work of four contemporary Chinese artists and illustrates the different perspectives on the contemporary Chinese consciousness.