The Center for Brooklyn History is proud to offer weekly virtual programs.
Missed a program? Simply click on "Past" below for archived audio and video to enjoy.
Virtual Program | When History Meets Imagination: Russell Shorto and Jennifer Egan on Fiction, Non-Fiction, and Where They Cross
Join non-fiction writer Russell Shorto and novelist Jennifer Egan for a one-on-one conversation about fact, fabrication, and the complicated area in between.
Virtual Program | Framing U.S. History: The Thorny Business of Teaching the Past
How do we guide students to understand the past, and therefore the present? Join leading historians and classroom teachers for this important discussion.
Virtual Program | Jewish Brooklyn: From Gefilte Fish to Kibbeh
Join us for the first of three programs about the history and lived experience of Jews in Brooklyn.
Virtual Program | What Signs Say Part Two: Nostalgia and Activism on the Streets
The second of this two-part series reflects on signage and public art as they speak to messages of class and race.
Virtual Program | Book Talk: Glenn Frankel and Charles Kaiser on “Shooting Midnight Cowboy”
Join Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Frankel for a discussion of his new book on the making of a film classic.