Filmmaker and author Geoffrey C. Ward offers a vivid portrait of the lives of Theodore, Franklin, and Eleanor Roosevelt.
Historian Harold Holzer illuminates how Lincoln utilized the press to preserve the Union, abolish slavery, and shape the nation.
Highlighted with clips from his new documentary, celebrated filmmaker Ric Burns brings to life the story of the Pilgrims.
In an intimate conversation, Associate Justice, U.S. Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg discusses the challenges and key moments of her accomplished career.
Richard Brookhiser traces the trajectory of Lincoln’s career and private life and shows how, like Lincoln, we can engage with the Founders.
Legal experts lead a trial re-enactment of the case of 22 Chinese women traveling alone from China who were deemed “lewd” in 1874 through narration, court proceedings, and historic photographs. Followed by an on-stage discussion.
In an intimate conversation with acclaimed producer Susan Lacy, Nancy Kwan recounts the defining moments of her memorable career.
Author Nick Bunker examines the lethal blend of politics, personalities, and economics that led to the Boston Tea Party and ultimately culminated in an all-out war for independence.
Historian James M. McPherson reexamines Jefferson Davis's military strengths.
Two of the most prestigious Supreme Court experts explore how Associate Justice Sotomayor has challenged an institution and the societal differences she is making.