The Songs of Willie Nelson

Presented by: Rod MacDonald & the Humdingers
Willie Nelson broke in as a Nashville songwriter by writing hits like Nightlife and Crazy (the most played song in the history of American j[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

Sports in America: A Search for Heroes

Presented by: Joseph Dorinson
Three outstanding baseball players: a Jewish-American, an Italian-American, and an African-American brought pride to their respective ethnic groups an[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

The World in 2040

Presented by: Jeffrey Morton
Join Jeffrey Morton, PhD for this special one-time lecture that traces the evolution of world politics over the course of the past twenty years and lo[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

The Comedy of Alan King

Presented by: Ira Epstein
Alan King evolved from a traditional joke-telling comedian into an astute addresser of audiences. He was a product of borscht-belt humor who rose to i[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

The Masters of Asian Cinema: Then & Now, Part I

Presented by: Shelly Isaacs
Ozu, Kurosawa, Yang Zhimou are recognized internationally for the indelible images and memorable stories they have brought to the screen and have cont[...]

Available for purchase until Saturday, June 27
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

The Masters of Asian Cinema:  Then & Now, Part II

Presented by: Shelly Isaacs
Ozu, Kurosawa, Yang Zhimou are recognized internationally for the indelible images and memorable stories they have brought to the screen and for their[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

Women in Islam

Presented by: Robert G. Rabil
In this special lecture series, Rabil explores the status of women in Islam, with the intent to cultivate a critical sensibility to Middle Eastern con[...]

Available for purchase until Saturday, June 27
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

Sports in America: A Search for Heroes

Presented by: Joseph Dorinson
Three outstanding baseball players: a Jewish-American, an Italian-American, and an African-American brought pride to their respective ethnic groups an[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

The Comedy of Alan King

Presented by: Ira Epstein
Alan King evolved from a traditional joke-telling comedian into an astute addresser of audiences. He was a product of borscht-belt humor who rose to i[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

Living with the Atomic Bomb: 1945-65

Presented by: Michael Scheibach
This presentation examines the impact of the atomic bomb on men, women, and children in the early years of the Cold War and the Atomic Age. It covers [...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

American Foreign Policy

Presented by: Jeffrey Morton
Based on his popular Great Decisions format, Morton will analyze four important foreign policy challenges facing the United States. For each topic, he[...]

Available for purchase until Thursday, June 25
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

Walking the Israel-Lebanon-Syria Tri-border 

Presented by: Robert G. Rabil

In this special lecture, Rabil will walk you through the maps, challenges, threats and prospects surrounding what has become the most[...]


Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

The World in 2040

Presented by: Jeffrey Morton
Join Jeffrey Morton, PhD for this special one-time lecture that traces the evolution of world politics over the course of the past twenty years and lo[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

Grading US Secretaries of State Since World War II

Presented by: Jeffrey Morton
Foreign Policy Association Fellow, Jeffrey Morton, PhD compares and contrasts U.S. Secretaries of State since World War II in this new one-time lectur[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

Calm Before the Storm

Presented by: Kevin Wagner
This lecture will give an in-depth look at the race for the White House. Using engaging visuals and the latest political events, Professor Wagner will[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

Positive Psychology: The Skills of Cognitive Reframing

Presented by: Priscilla Marotta
Join in learning how to change your feelings by changing how you think. The world is a complicated place. As you grew up, you did not get a manual on [...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

A Bel Canto Quartet: Four Unusual Operatic Topics

Presented by: Giuseppe Albanese
This series is a somewhat playful look at various familiar operatic storylines and scenes that receive little attention from the opera-going public. W[...]

Available for purchase until Saturday, June 27
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

The Masters of Asian Cinema:  Then & Now, Part II

Presented by: Shelly Isaacs
Ozu, Kurosawa, Yang Zhimou are recognized internationally for the indelible images and memorable stories they have brought to the screen and for their[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

The Masters of Asian Cinema: Then & Now, Part I

Presented by: Shelly Isaacs
Ozu, Kurosawa, Yang Zhimou are recognized internationally for the indelible images and memorable stories they have brought to the screen and have cont[...]

Available for purchase until Saturday, June 27
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

Inspired Encounters With Art

Presented by: Terryl Lawrence
Art has its own language with a vocabulary consisting of forms, motifs, colors and expressive content. Within the arts, there is a range of recognizab[...]

Available for purchase until Saturday, June 27
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

Katherine Graham: Pulitzer Prize Winner

Presented by: Rose Feinberg
Katherine Graham stands out as the first female publisher of a major newspaper during Watergate and the Pentagon Papers. She is a fascinating woman wh[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

Count Basie's Greatest Big Bands

Presented by: Mark Gridley
This program is a one-time celebration of the most exciting recordings and videos of the greatest of Count Basie's big bands. The journey culminat[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

Sherlock Holmes: More Real Than Life Itself

Presented by: Taylor Hagood
One of the most enduring characters ever created is the super-sleuth, Sherlock Holmes. His fame and fascination are so great that his own creator, Art[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020

Censored Cinema: The Hollywood Production Code

Presented by: Margery Marcus
The morality police had their hands full in the 1920s and 1930s. Women tested convention with shorter hemlines and bobbed hair, ultimately fighting fo[...]

Available for purchase until Tuesday, June 30
Prerecorded presentation from Spring 2020
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