Martin J. Sherwin
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Martin J. Sherwin

Martin J. Sherwin is a Pulitzer Prize-winning American historian. His scholarship mostly concerns nuclear proliferation. Wikipedia*

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Martin J. Sherwin has seven videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 2006 Forum as a Professor for the History Department of the Tufts University. The year with the most videos was 2008 with three videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2017 with an average of 564 views per program. Most appearances with Kai Bird (3). Most common tag: Nuclear.

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 2007 - Present University, History and Art History Department, George Mason University Videos: 5

Previously

Professor, History Department, Tufts University c. January 1, 2005 - c. January 1, 2007 Videos: 2 Fellow, Wilson (Woodrow) International Center for Scholars c. September 1, 2009 - c. May 1, 2010 Videos: 0

Recent Appearances

  • Manhattan Project

    Manhattan Project

    Professor Martin Sherwin talked about the Manhattan Project, beginning with the discovery of fission in 1938 through the use…

  • Remembering Groves and Oppenheimer

    Remembering Groves and Oppenheimer

    Robert Norris, Kari Bird, and Marty Sherwin talked about the impact General Leslie Groves and Robert Oppenheimer had on the Manhattan Project.…

  • National Archives Operations

    National Archives Operations

    A hearing was held on the challenges faced by the National Archives in preserving the nation’s history. Topics included the…

  • Nuclear Energy and Proliferation

    Nuclear Energy and Proliferation

    Ambassador Gregory Schulte, U.S. permanent representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), talked about efforts…

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