Student Activism in the 1965 Voting Rights Campaign
Join Alabama State University Archivist Dr. Howard Robinson to examine the important role college and high school students played in the Voting Rights campaign of 1965.
The Tubman Story: Harriet’s Fight for Human Rights
Join Kimberly Szewczyk from the Harriet Tubman National Historical Park to go beyond the Underground Railroad to learn about Harriet Tubman's 92 years of life in service.
The Coming of the Second World War
Join Dr. Spencer Jones to learn how Winston Churchill risked everything to fight against the policies of the British Government to prepare Britain for what he feared was an inevitable war.
Quintessential Van Gogh
Join art historian Dr. Matthew Palczynski to explore Van Gogh’s most celebrated works in the context of Impressionism the budding Post-Impressionism movements.
Venice: 1,000 Years of History
Join Art Historian Elaine Ruffolo to learn about the 14th century Venetian Republic, proudly known as “La Serenissma” — the leading maritime power in the Mediterranean.
Bird Migration & Peregrine Falcons
Join naturalist Chris Cameron to learn about bird migration, specifically the worldwide migration of Peregrine Falcons.
The Causes of WWI
Join Dr. Spencer Jones to explore the controversial causes of the First World War. Learn how the erratic leadership of key rulers contributed to Europe plunging into the cauldron of war.
How the Victorians Made Modern London
Join local expert Ruth Polling to explore how the expansion of the Victorian era shaped London geographically, socially and politically, creating one of today’s great economic and cultural centers.
The Young Michelangelo
Join Renaissance art historian Elaine Ruffolo to follow the beginnings of Michelangelo's career by exploring his relationship with the Medici Bankers and Pope Julius II and the period of crisis under Girolamo Savonarola.
The Genius Michelangelo
Join Renaissance art historian Elaine Ruffolo for the second part of her lecture on Michelangelo as we follow him to Rome and learn of his contentious relationship with Pope Julius II.
History & Botany in Bermuda
The diversity of Bermuda's immigrants over four centuries has led to a massive uptick in introduced species. Join local expert Tim Rogers to learn about the history of plant introductions in Bermuda.
An Introduction to Falconry
Join naturalist Chris Cameron to learn the basics of falconry and dive into the origins and evolution of this hunting practice.
The Modern Civil Rights Movement
Join the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) for a historical overview of the modern civil rights movement and its connection to the advancement of civil and human rights today.
Housing Segregation & Gentrification in Detroit
Join historian and educator Jamon Jordan to learn about the history and legacy of housing segregation and gentrification in Detroit.
The Life of Mary Todd Lincoln
Join Dr. Samuel Wheeler, Director of Research at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, to learn about the controversial life of Mary Todd Lincoln.
Newfoundland & Labrador: Gateway to North America
Join local expert Tony Oxford to learn about Newfoundland & Labrador's history, rich culture and its role as a strategic link between Europe and North America.
The History of Native American Cuisine
Join Chef Lois Ellen Frank, Ph.D., to learn about the history and evolution of Native American cuisine and how it may be a key to contemporary health and wellness.
Native American Cooking Demonstration
Join Chef and Culinary Anthropologist Dr. Lois Ellen Frank for a live cooking demonstration to learn about traditional Native American cuisine and how to make Spicy Corn Soup.
Winston Churchill: The Darkest Hour, May 1940
Join Dr. Spencer Jones, Senior Lecturer at the University of Wolverhampton, as you learn how Churchill's inspirational leadership ensured Britain would resist the Nazis.