Middle East scholar Bernard Lewis reflects with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole on relations between Islamic and Christian societies.
NEH Chairman Bruce Cole speaks with Tom Wolfe about his role as the Balzac of our times.
Google guru Vinton Cerf talks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about the Internet's role in the humanities.
NEH Chairman Bruce Cole talked recently with ABC and NPR news analyst Cokie Roberts about her most recent book, Founding Mothers, and the role women played in the early days of the Republic.
Writer Bette Bao Lord speaks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about blending Chinese and American culture in her life.
British writer Paul Johnson talks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about the history of art and its place in America.
Classicist Donald Kagan talks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about what modern students can gain from ancient worlds.
Scholar David Billington talks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about the history and art of engineering.
Columnist Judith Martin talks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about behavior befitting a republic.
The Hawley brothers speak with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about unearthing a steamship buried in a Kansas cornfield.
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