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  • Holocaust Scholarship Evolution
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    Holocaust Scholarship Evolution

    This was a discussion about how understanding of the Holocaust has evolved since the end of World War II. Scholars talked about the many ways in which people engage with and learn about the…

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  • Revisiting Early America
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    Revisiting Early America

    This conversation was from a series on revisionist history, exploring what that term means and how it influences understanding of the past. Historians focused on early America and addressed…

    297 views
  • Philadelphias Influence on Music in 1968
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    Philadelphia's Influence on Music in 1968

    Panelists talked about the opening of the Electric Factory, a concert venue that introduced rock ‘n’ roll to Philadelphia, bringing in artists such as Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix. The…

    247 views
  • History and Public Policy Centers Roundtable
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    History and Public Policy Centers Roundtable

    Representatives from a variety of museums and history and public policy centers discussed the importance of these institutions and their methods for educating and offering information to…

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  • Disappearance of World War II Bomber Crew
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    Disappearance of World War II Bomber Crew

    Journalist and author Gregg Jones discusses the mystery behind the 1943 disappearance of a B-24 Liberator bomber, named “Jerk’s Natural,” over Austria during World War II. Mr. Jones is the…

    757 views
  • Americas Entry into World War I
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    America's Entry into World War I

    Professor Mary Dudziak talked about the events and politics behind America’s entry into World War I and its mixed support from the American people. From 1914 to 1917, under the leadership…

    821 views