Acclaimed Civil War historians discuss the lives, careers, and complicated legacies of Ulysses S. Grant and William T. Sherman.
Renowned historians engage in an illuminating conversation about William Henry Seward, a complex and pivotal figure, and an early architect of America’s empire.
In conjunction with the exhibition AIDS in New York: The First Five Years, this special program reflects on Larry Kramer’s life and the lasting significance of his award-winning play The Normal Heart.
Toshi Yoshihara discusses China’s rapidly expanding economy and military power and how it could potentially affect the United States. Presented in collaboration with the Foreign Policy Research Institute.
Lawrence Husick examines why the cyberwars of the future are the next great threat to national security, military capabilities, and civilian systems and infrastructure. Presented in collaboration with the Foreign Policy Research Institute.
Celebrated author Taylor Branch discusses the life and career of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the watershed moments in Civil Rights during King’s time.
Experts compare two titans of popular art, John Rogers and Norman Rockwell.
Max Boot crafts a complete global history of guerrilla uprisings through the ages.
Three historians consider Abraham Lincoln’s most dramatic legacy: the Emancipation Proclamation.
Esteemed legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin reveals a gripping insider’s account of the ideological war between the Roberts Court and the Obama administration.