Through the kindness of our partner in the Washington History Seminar, the History and Public Policy Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, webcasts of all but two fall 2011 sessions are now available. The sessions featuring Stephen Kinzer and James Hershberg have not yet been posted on the Wilson Center website.
Links may be found on the NHC website in the wrap-ups of each session, to be found below and in this site’s monthly archive, or at “Washington History Seminar” under “Programs.” Here is a quick list that will take you to the session wrap-up and its link to the webcast.
Sept. 12: Stephen Kinzer (Boston University), Iran 1953 (webcast not yet available)
Sept. 19: Rob Litwak (Wilson Center), “Rogue States”
Sept. 26: Wm. Roger Louis (Texas), Hammarskjold and his Critics
Oct. 3: Gideon Rose (Editor, Foreign Affairs), How We Botch the Ends of Wars
Oct. 10: No Meeting – Columbus Day
Oct. 17: Hope M. Harrison (Wilson Center/GWU), The Contested Legacy of the Berlin Wall
Oct. 24: Linda K. Kerber (Iowa/AHA Past President), Statelessness in 20th Century America
Oct. 31: Nigel Ashton (LSE), Missed Opportunities for Peace
Nov. 7: Gavin Wright (Stanford), Economic Effects of Civil Rights
Nov. 14: Ronald Steel (Wilson Center), Reassessing Walter Lippmann
Nov. 21: Phyllis Leffler (Virginia), Black Leaders and Leadership
Nov. 28: James Hershberg (GWU), Could the Vietnam War Have Ended Earlier? (webcast not yet available)
Dec. 5: Tom Bender (NYU), American Exceptionalism in Global Perspective