In our role as cultural presenters, the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center offers a variety of events that are open to the public and the Boston University community. Many of the videos on this page are recordings on these lectures and talks. Also featured are interviews with some of our notable collectees.
The Panel discusses the role of the Daily Worker Newspaper and the International Response to the case. Running Time: 1:41.
Robert Meeropol talks about locating and donating his parents' prison correspondence. Running Time: 6:46.
Former CIA Case Officer Prof. Joseph Wippl talks about Edward Snowden and how it is connected to the Rosenbergs. Running Time: 8:58.
The panel discusses the legacy of the Rosenbergs' execution. Running Time: 5:58.
The panel discusses the advances in surveillance technology since the time of the Rosnbergs. Running Time: 6:27.
Stephen Kinzer describes the American view of the Cold War and the political issues surrounding the Rosenberg trial. Running Time: 14:21.
Prof. Igor Lukes discusses the European & Soviet view of the Rosenberg Trial and execution. Running Time: 12:27.
Boston University Pardee School of Global Studies Professor Erik Goldstein introduces HGARC's new exhibition, Ardent for Some Desperate Glory - Remembering the First World War.
Alan Cumming talks about his thoughts on television. Running Time: 3:07.
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