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  • 1968 North Korean Capture of the USS Pueblo
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    1968 North Korean Capture of the USS Pueblo

    Ohio State University history professor Mitchell Lerner talked about the 1968 North Korean capture of the USS Pueblo. Mr. Lerner is the author of The Pueblo Incident: A Spy Ship and the…

    252 views
  • Muslims in Detroit
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    Muslims in Detroit

    Sally Howell, director of the Center for Arab American Studies at the University of Michigan at Dearborn and author of Old Islam in Detroit: Rediscovering the Muslim American Past, talked…

    189 views
  • Importance of History
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    Importance of History

    James Grossman, executive director of the American Historical Association, explained how the history field has changed in the past decade, and why he feels the study of history is…

    324 views
  • The Vietnam War
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    The Vietnam War

    Historian Mark Philip Bradley of the University of Chicago explained why teaching the Vietnam War has changed, and he reflected on U.S.-Vietnam relations today. The interview was recorded…

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  • Life and Legacy of Frederick Douglass
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    Life and Legacy of Frederick Douglass

    Museum curator for the National Capital Parks - East Ka’mal McClarin talked about the life and legacy of Frederick Douglass in this interview recorded at the American Historical Association…

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  • African Americans and Eugenics
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    African Americans and Eugenics

    Johns Hopkins Ph.D. candidate Ayah Nurridin talked about the history of history African Americans and eugenics in this interview recorded at the American Historical Association annual…

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  • Youth Involvement in 19thCentury Politics
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    Youth Involvement in 19th Century Politics

    Jon Grinspan is a political history curator at the National Museum of American History and author of The Virgin Vote: How Young Americans Made Democracy Social, Politics Personal, and…

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  • Race and Baseball in America
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    Race and Baseball in America

    University of Illinois history professor Adrian Burgos talks about the history of race and baseball in America in this interview recorded at the American Historical Association annual…

    132 views
  • Child Labor
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    Child Labor

    Rutgers University Ph.D. candidate Julia Bowes talked about the history of child labor in the United States in this interview recorded at the American Historical Association annual meeting.

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  • Historians and Public Policy
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    Historians and Public Policy

    University of Chicago history professor Jane Dailey talked about how historians can reach a wider audience and potentially influence public policy using digital media. Ms. Dailey is the…

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  • West Point Center for Oral History
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    West Point Center for Oral History

    Lt. Col. David Siry is director of the West Point Center for Oral History. He described the center’s mission and collection.

    386 views
  • Slavery at Presidential Plantations
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    Slavery at Presidential Plantations

    Historians and university leaders discussed free speech and academic freedom on college campuses, and the responsibility of administrators, faculty and students when sharing ideas. They…

    696 views
  • How Society Remembers Veterans
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    How Society Remembers Veterans

    Three historians discussed ways American veterans have been remembered, honored and memorialized since World War II. Three different topics were featured in the presentations. First, Andrew…

    223 views
  • Curating and Archiving Food History
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    Curating and Archiving Food History

    Curators, scholars and historians from the University of Toronto and from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History discussed archives, research, oral histories and museum…

    200 views
  • Free Speech on Campus
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    Free Speech on Campus

    Historians and university leaders discussed free speech and academic freedom on college campuses, and the responsibility of administrators, faculty and students when sharing ideas. They…

    346 views
  • First Federal Congress
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    First Federal Congress

    Journalist Cokie Roberts moderated a discussion on the First Federal Congress at the American Historical Association annual meeting. The panel talked about the nation’s founders, including…

    178 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…

    102 views
  • Interview with David Fields on USKorea Relations
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    Interview with David Fields on U.S.-Korea Relations

    Historian David Fields discussed the background of the relationship between North Korea and South Korea and the involvement of the United States. The interview took place at the annual…

    648 views
  • Birmingham Alabama Civil Rights National Monument
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    Birmingham, Alabama, Civil Rights National Monument

    Historians talked about the Birmingham Civil Rights Monument as part of the larger story of civil rights in the 1950s and '60s. Designated as a national monument by President Obama in 2017,…

    133 views
  • Open Phones on the Reconstruction
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    Open Phones on the Reconstruction

    Northwestern University professor Kate Masur took viewer calls about the constitutional, economic, and social changes in the Reconstruction era after the Civil War.

    195 views
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