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- Lectures in History
- American History TV viewers join students in the classroom to hear lectures on campuses across the country, on topics ranging from the American Revolution to 9-11.
- Women's Sports and Title IX ( - Monday)
Georgetown University professor Bonnie Morris talks about discrimination against women in sports and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
- American History TV: Satchel Paige ( - Saturday)
University of Miami history professor Donald Spivey talks about the legacy of pitcher Satchel Paige and Negro Leagues baseball. Satchel Paige was the first Negro Leagues player to be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
- World War II, the Pacific, and the Atomic Bomb ( - April 5, 2014)
U.S. Air Force Academy history professor Lt. Colonel Grant Weller talks about about America's use of atomic bombs against Japan at the end of World War II, and the American and Japanese military strategies in the months leading up to the attacks.
- Lectures in History: Muckraking Journalist Jacob Riis & Gilded Age New York City ( - March 29, 2014)
Professor Daniel Czitrom talks about progressive era muckraking journalist and reformer Jacob Riis.
- Lectures in History: Gays and Lesbians in Early 20th Century America ( - March 22, 2014)
Santa Clara University History Professor Nancy Unger talks about gays and lesbians in early 20th century America.
- Lectures in History: Reconstruction and the 14th Amendment ( - March 15, 2014)
University of Maryland History Professor Michael Ross talks about Andrew Johnson, Reconstruction, and the origins of the 14th amendment.
- Lectures in History: Women in the Early Republic ( - March 9, 2014)
University of California, Riverside Professor Catherine Allgor talks about the lives of women in the early American Republic.
- Lectures in History: Egypt and the Origins of al-Qaida ( - March 8, 2014)
University of Michigan History Professor Juan Cole, author of [Engaging the Muslim World] and [Napoleon's Egypt: Invading the Middle East], talks about the birth of al-Qaida.
- Lectures in American History: Cars and American Cities ( - February 22, 2014)
University of Virginia Professor Peter Norton talks about the rise of automobiles and their impact on American city planning.
- Chicago's Cold War Architecture ( - February 16, 2014)
DePaul University Professor Paul Jaskot speaks about the history and architecture of Chicago.
- Modern Religious Utopias ( - February 8, 2014)
Oregon State University professor Amy Koehlinger talks about modern religious utopias, focusing on Father Divine's Peace Mission Movement and Jim Jones' People's Temple.
- John F. Kennedy's Foreign Policy ( - February 2, 2014)
Iowa State University History Professor Charles Dobbs talks about President John F. Kennedy's foreign policy.
- Civil War Memory ( - January 25, 2014)
University of Maryland, Baltimore County Professor Anne Sarah Rubin talks about how the Civil War was remembered in the decades following the conflict, focusing on the former Confederate states, as well as the creation of the "Lost Cause" myth.
- Edward Bernays and Corporate Public Relations ( - January 18, 2014)
University of Michigan professor David Hancock talks about Edward Bernays and the rise of corporate public relations.
- Bacon's Rebellion, Part 2 ( - January 18, 2014)
Historian Robert Dunkerly talks about the effects of Nathaniel Bacon's violent uprising against the British Colonial Governor in Virginia.
- Holocaust Graphic Novel [Maus] ( - January 11, 2014)
Florida Atlantic University Holocaust Studies Chair Alan Berger talks about Art Spiegelman's graphic novel [Maus], which depicts Spiegelman's relationship with his father, a Holocaust survivor.
- Bacon's Rebellion, Part 1 ( - January 11, 2014)
Park ranger and historian Robert Dunkerly talks about the causes of Nathaniel Bacon's violent uprising against the British Colonial Governor in Virginia.
- The Reconstruction Era ( - December 28, 2013)
City College of New York professor Gregory Downs talks about the Reconstruction Era that followed the American Civil War.
- Politicking in the Early American Republic ( - December 21, 2013)
St. Mary's College of Maryland professor Kenneth Cohen talks about politicking in the early American Republic.
- Literature of the Early American Republic ( - December 14, 2013)
Miami University professor Andrew Cayton talks about the literature of the early American republic.
- Guerilla Warfare in the Civil War ( - December 7, 2013)
Brown University professor Megan Kate Nelson talks about guerilla warfare in the American Civil War.
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