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Media

Watch art and history come alive every day at New-York Historical! Learn about the past and engage with your community through our digital audio and video resources.

About

The New-York Historical Society makes history matter every day by bringing you engaging educational programs, intellectually stimulating lectures, thought-provoking exhibitions, and fascinating stories in art and history that you never knew. As a public resource for learning, New-York Historical works to offer audio and video digital resources where possible. Our Media Page brings you select programs and events as well as fun facts and deep dives into topics about the history of the United States through the eyes of its cultural nucleus, New York City.

Programs and Events
1 hour

While the past 50 years have been defined by the technological breakthroughs of the digital age, the 21st century finds humanity entering a new, exciting chapter: a life-science revolution.

Exhibitions
2 minutes

In the third video of our series, Bob Hope himself narrates a trip his troupe took to the South Pacific theater in 1944. It might look like a country club, he says, but don't let the peaceful surroundings fool you—the casualty rate would reach 50 percent in the coming days. 

Exhibitions
3 minutes

A legendary movie star and comedian, Bob Hope was beloved by generations of service members for his work entertaining the troops. Explore his unique role during World War II with a moving six-part video series made from archival footage. 

Programs and Events
47 minutes

Ring in the Year of the Ox with Jing Gao, owner and founder of Fly By Jing, the Sichuan-inspired online store that brings uncensored Chinese flavors to the kitchen, Heather Lee, author and assistant professor of history at NYU Shanghai, and journalist Dana Cowin. 

Programs and Events
46 minutes

Buoyed by the social movements of the 1960s and 1970s, women journalists started to hold the popular press accountable for its dissemination of demeaning gender stereotypes and directly challenged the conventions of the male-dominated news establishment.

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