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Applying History to Present Day Challenges
October 19, 2020
A conversation with Harvard Professor Lizabeth Cohen and her 2020 Bancroft prize winning book
Saving America's Cities.
October 8, 2020
Professor Christine DeLucia discusses King Philip's War and Indigenous histories of survival in her book
Lincoln on the Verge: Thirteen Days to Washington
September 30, 2020
Prompted by Ted Widmer's new book, historians Doris Kearns Goodwin and Harold Holzer join in discussion about Lincoln.
Kerri Greenidge on Black Radical: William Monroe Trotter
September 22, 2020
Professor Greenidge reestablishes Trotter's place in the pantheon of Civil Rights heroes.
Nicholas Basbanes on Cross of Snow
August 25, 2020
Nicholas Basbanes discusses his new biography of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Laura Walls on the Women of the Thoreau Family
August 20, 2020
A conversation with Professor Walls drawn from her book
Thoreau: A Life
Crusading Daughters of Concord and Boston
August 11, 2020
discuss activist reformers of the Transcendentalist movement who promoted women’s rights and to abolish slavery.
The Center of Transcendentalism: Concord or Boston?
July 28, 2020
John Buehrens and Phyllis Cole discuss the radical social activism of Boston-based Transcendentalists who fought to lay the groundwork for democratic and progressive religion in America.
E. Dolores Johnson
July 21, 2020
A conversation with E. Dolores Johnson about her book,
Say I'm Dead: A Family Memoir of Race
Secrets, and Love.
Paul Revere: Man and Myth
July 1, 2020
Experts shed light on the legendary ride and the man behind it, revealing the fascinating life of Paul Revere - a fabled national hero who witnessed the birth of a nation.
Dr. Richard Bell
February 6, 2020
Dr. Bell, Associate Professor of History, Maryland University recounts the lives of boys fallen victim to the "Revere Underground Railroad".
T. H. Breen
October 30, 2019
7th Annual Sally Lanagan Lecture: T. H. Breen talks about his book
The Will of the People.
Karina H. Corrigan
October 19, 2019
Karina H. Corrigan, H.A. Crosby Forbes Curator of Asian Export Art, Peabody Essex Museum, speaks about the Chinese Port of Guangzhou.
Dr. John F. Bell
October 3, 2019
Dr. John F. Bell, Assistant Professor at Assumption College, reveals how Hawthorne found happiness in his adopted home of Concord.
I Want to Go to Jail
August 22, 2019
A staged reading of an original play by Pamela Swing, Ph.D. and Elizabeth Dabanka about the quest to pass the women's suffrage amendment.
August 7, 2019
Susan Ware, Honorary Women's Suffrage Historian at Radcliffe's Schlesinger Library, talks about her book
Why They Marched
An Evening with Robert Richardson
July 31, 2019
Renowned scholar Robert Richardson shares his recent reflections on Emerson, Thoreau, and Transcendentalism.
May 15, 2019
2019 Pulitzer prize winning author David Blight speaks about
Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom
with Harvard historian John Stauffer.