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Did you miss one of New-York Historical's recent public programs? Recordings of select programs are available here as streaming audio.

Podcasts of select programs are also available on New-York Historical’s iTunes U library. These files can easily be downloaded and played on any Mac, PC or portable device and even burned to a CD.

March 2012
Audio
Steve Jobs
March 6th, 2012
1 hour, 4 minutes
Walter Isaacson

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Walter Isaacson tells the story of the roller-coaster life and searing personality of Steve Jobs, a creative entrepreneur whose passion for perfection and ferocious drive revolutionized six technological industries.

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February 2012
Audio
Will China Take Over the World?
February 21st, 2012
1 hour 1 minute
Sebastian Mallaby, Steven Rattner, Byron R. Wien (moderator)

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Experts discuss China’s continued rise and how America’s role in world affairs will change.

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February 2012
Audio
The Battle for Civil Rights
February 16th, 2012
58 minutes 17 seconds
David Levering Lewis, Khalil Gibran Muhammad (moderator)

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Two experts reflect on the successes and setbacks in the struggle for civil rights. Presented in collaboration with The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and in conjunction with the exhibition Freedom Now: Photographs by Platon.

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February 2012
Audio
Women and the White House, Part II
February 7th, 2012
1 hour 1 minute
Cokie Roberts, Kati Marton, Gil Troy, Lesley Stahl (moderator)

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Continuing the conversation from February 2011’s program, Women and the White House, experts look back at the many influential women in the history of America’s highly elected office.

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January 2012
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Sherman and the North Advance
January 31st, 2012
1 hour 3 minutes
James M. McPherson, John F. Marszalek, Harold Hozler (moderator)

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Union General William T. Sherman’s epic march from Atlanta to the sea remains one of the most astonishing military feats in American history — as well as one of the most controversial. Three historians ask the tough questions — and provide authoritative answers.

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