Watch or listen to some of the leading historians who participate in the OAH Distinguished Lectureship Program, a speakers bureau dedicated to American history.
Watch video OAH Distinguished Lectures like the one below on the OAH YouTube channel.
“The Life and Achievements of Frederick Douglass”
This lecture was presented at the Byrne-Reed House in Austin, Texas, as part of “American Writing on the Civil War,” a teacher workshop sponsored by Humanities Texas. Recorded by Humanities Texas in February 2012.
Listen to audio OAH Distinguished Lectures below.
An OAH Distinguished Lecture by Stephanie McCurry.
Dr. McCurry is a professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania. This lecture was presented as part of the Stanton Sharp Lecture Series, sponsored by the Clements Department of History at Southern Methodist University. Recorded by Kathleen Tibbetts in October 2010.
(Details: 25 minutes, 10 MB)
An OAH Distinguished Lecture by Bruce J. Schulman.
Dr. Schulman is the William E. Huntington Professor of History at Boston University. This lecture was presented as the annual Paul V. McNutt Lecture at Indiana University, sponsored by the university’s history department. Recorded by Nic Champagne in March 2011.
(Details: 51 minutes, 15 MB)
An OAH Distinguished Lecture by Richard J. M. Blackett.
Dr. Blackett holds the Andrew Jackson Chair of History at Vanderbilt University. This lecture was presented as part of the Stanton Sharp Lecture Series, sponsored by the Clements Department of History at Southern Methodist University. Recorded by Kathleen Tibbetts in April 2011. (Details: 48 minutes, 30.1 MB)