Martha C. Nussbaum, the worldly philosopher
An explanation of the history and effects of reactionary movements
Chairman Adams travels to Texas to take part in a celebration of NEH's fiftieth anniversary at the LBJ Presidential Library.
Ken Burns talks about filmmaking, race, and the current media environment with NEH Chairman William D. Adams.
Chairman Adams interviews 2015 Jefferson Lecturer Anna Deavere Smith.
The new chairman of NEH almost failed out of college. He joined the Army, was sent to Vietnam, and came back a different person.
His research overlaps with reporting, his leadership with collaboration, his writing with old-fashioned storytelling.
Former chairman Jim Leach interviews the 2013 Jefferson Lecturer about growing up, making films, and capturing that special "something" on the big screen.
NEH Chairman Jim Leach sits down with writer and farmer Wendell Berry, this year's Jefferson Lecturer.
NEH Chairman Jim Leach talks with Drew Gilpin Faust, daughter of the South, president of Harvard, and this year's Jefferson Lecturer.
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