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The Bullitt Lecture In American History Presents Ada Ferrer
Join us to hear Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Ferrer discuss Cuba’s long history and its complex ties to the United States.
View Video (01:03:56) | Posted December 2022
The Bullitt Lecture in American History presents Judy Heumann with Jae Kim
Join us for a conversation with disability rights icon Judy Heumann, who will discuss her book “Being Heumann” and the disability rights movement.
View Video (00:45:40) | Posted June 2022
Daniel Okrent, April 2Daniel Okrent, April 2
The 2012 A. Scott Bullitt Lecture in American History. Historian and journalist Daniel Okrent discusses "Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition" onstage with KUOW Public Radio's Steve Scher.
Listen to Audio Run time unavailable | Posted April 2012
Jonathan Alter: The Seattle Public Library's 2009 A. Scott Bullitt Lecture in American HistoryJonathan Alter, Newsweek senior editor and NBC News correspondent, discussed "The Defining Moment: FDR's Hundred Days and the Triumph of Hope" on stage with Eric Liu on March 23, 2009 at the Central Library.
Listen to Audio Run time unavailable | Posted March 2009
Daniel Schorr presents The Seattle Public Library's 2008 A. Scott Bullitt Lecture in American HistoryAward-winning journalist and author Daniel Schorr presents the 2008 A. Scott Bullitt Lecture in American History with local author and news commentator Eric Liu. Schorr discusses topics from his new book, "Come to Think of It: Notes on the Turn of the Millennium" with Liu. The book is a compilation of Schorr's National Public Radio (NPR) commentaries.
Listen to Audio Run time unavailable | Posted March 2008
Taylor Branch: "Myth and Miracles from the King Years"Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian Taylor Branch presented the Library's 2007 A. Scott Bullitt Lecture in American History, a talk titled "Myth and Miracles from the King Years," Tuesday, Jan. 23 at the Central Library.
Listen to Audio Run time unavailable | Posted January 2007