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The Radio Archive ~ July - December, 1999

December 30, 1999
Segment 1: "Jesus: Apocalyptic Prophet of the New Millennium ." with Creighton University's Bryan LeBeau.
Segment 2: "Lest We Forget" Part II. Dialogue host George Liston Seay continues his discussion with Donald McCullough, composer and arranger of "The Holocaust Cantata." See December 23, 1999.

AUDIO FILES:
Jesus: Apocalyptic Prophet of the New Millennium . [16 Kbps]
Jesus: Apocalyptic Prophet of the New Millennium [40 Kbps]
"Lest We Forget" Part II [16 Kbps]
"Lest We Forget" Part II [40 Kbps]

December 23, 1999
Segment 1: "The Invention of George Washington." Paul K. Longmore, Professor of history at San Francisco State University, disucuss his book The Invention of George Washington with Creighton University's Bryan LeBeau. This audio segment also includes an op-ed piece by Williams College pofessor Robert F. Dalzell that comments on George Washington's attitudes —public and private—about slavery.
Segment 2: "Lest We Forget" Part I (Part II will air 12-30-99) Music was very important to the inmates of concentration camps during World War II. Many were musicians who found a psychic refuge from the horrors of their incarceration. Composer Donald McCullough has arranged their words and music into a "Holocaust Cantata." Dialogue host George Liston Seay discusses the creation of this work with McCullough, Music Director of the Master Chorale of Washington.

AUDIO FILES:
The Invention of George Washington. [16 Kbps]
The Invention of George Washington. [40 Kbps]
"Lest We Forget" Part I [16 Kbps]
"Lest We Forget" Part I [40 Kbps]

December 16, 1999
Segments 1 and 2: "The Trial of Standing Bear." Bryan Le Beau discusses the Omaha Opera Company's production of The Trial of Standing Bear, examining how historical events are recreated and recalled in art.
Segment 3: "A History of Meissen China." Eileen Dugan interviews art historian Janet Gleeson about the birth (in the 18th century) and development of Meissen china. Gleeson is the author of The Arcanum: The Extraordinary True Story (Warner Books, 1999), an account of the invention of European porcelain and the founding of the Meissen Porcelain Manufacture outside Dresden, Germany.

AUDIO FILES:
The Trial of Standing Bear, Part 1 [16 Kbps]
The Trial of Standing Bear, Part 1 [40 Kbps]
The Trial of Standing Bear, Part 2 [16 Kbps]
The Trial of Standing Bear, Part 2 [40 Kbps]
History of Meissen China [16 Kbps]
History of Meissen China [40 Kbps]

December 9, 1999
"Betty Friedan and the Making of The Feminine Mystique." Smith College professor Daniel Horowitz is interviewed by Talking History host Lisa Kannenberg of the College of St. Rose, about his recent book, Betty Friedan and the Making of The Feminine Mystique. Kannenberg and Horowitz explore the personal, political, and intellectual origins of Betty Friedan's feminist ideas. Friedan is the author of The Feminist Mystique, the 1963 book that explored the roots of the discontent of housewives—"the problem that has no name"—and in the process helped launch modern feminism. The Feminine Mystique, along with the organization Friedan co-founded, the National Organization for Women (NOW), radically changed every sphere of modern American public and private life—from politics, to family dynamics, to daycare. Horowitz challenges the notion that feminism emerged in the 1960s without any connection to prior organized attempts to improve women's political, social, and economic status. Contrary to the concept of a "sharp historical break between 1960s feminism and what went on before," Horowitz asserts that Friedan and other feminists, "were quite aware of women's issues and women's movements in the period before the 1960s." His book argues that part of modern feminism's origins are to be found in left-wing labor union culture and activism in the 1940s and 1950s. Daniel Horowitz is Sylvia Dlugasch Bauman Professor of American Studies and director of the American studies program at Smith College.
Recorded and edited by Gerald Zahavi at the University at Albany studios of Talking History.

AUDIO FILES: We have divided the one hour program into two segment to facilitate interrupted listening.
(Part 1) Daniel Horowitz on Betty Friedan [16 Kbps]
(Part 1) Daniel Horowitz on Betty Friedan [40 Kbps]
(Part 2) Daniel Horowitz on Betty Friedan [16 Kbps]
(Part 2) Daniel Horowitz on Betty Friedan [40 Kbps]

December 2, 1999
Segment 1: "Thought and Action: The Career of Daniel Patrick Moynihan." George Liston Seay interviews Godfrey Hodgson, Director of the Reuter Foundation Programme, Green College, Oxford, about scholar, author, bureaucrat, and senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan and the tradition of the scholar statesman.
Segment 2: "When Things Changed the Career of Daniel Rostenkowski." Another inteview from George Liston Seay and Dialogue. This one looks at the career of Daniel Rostenkowski and his legendary role on the House Ways and Means Committee. Seay interviews Richard Cohen, author of Rostenkowski: The Pursuit of Power and the End of The Old Politics.

AUDIO FILES:
The Career of Daniel Patrick Moynihan [16 Kbps]
The Career of Daniel Patrick Moynihan [40 Kbps]
The Career of Daniel Rostenkowski [16 Kbps]
The Career of Daniel Rostenkowski [40 Kbps]

November 25, 1999
Rebroadcast of "America in 1968: A Year of Turmoil." Dennis Mihelich interviews Professor John T. McCartney, author of Black Power Ideologies : An Essay in African-American Political Thought and Prof. James J. Farrell, author of The Spirit of the Sixties : The Making of Postwar Radicalism.

AUDIO FILE (15.3 Kbps)
1968: A Year in Turmoil, LOW FIDELITY. Length -- 51:20 minutes.

November 18, 1999
Rebroadcast of America's Reconstruction. This documentary, produced by Curtis Fox, was the first of a new history documentary series titled The Past Present. It examines the Era of Reconstruction, from 1865 to 1877, looking closely at the radical transformation of race relations during that period. Leonard Lopate talks with historian Eric Foner; archival recordings of African-American spirituals and actor readings of freedpeople testimonies inform and enlarge their conversation. For more information on this segment and on The Past Present series, contact Curtis Fox, Producer, THE PAST PRESENT, 524 East 13th St., D4, New York, NY 10009. Length -- 57:55 minutes.

AUDIO FILES:
America's Reconstruction [LOW FIDELITY, 16 Kbps].
America's Reconstruction [HIGHER FIDELITY, 40Kbps].
America's Reconstruction [VERY HIGH FIDELITY, 80Kbps].

November 11, 1999
Talking History contributing producer Dan Collison presents his documentary on the DC Riots of 1968 (produced in 1988) and excerpts from previously aired historical documentaries. He discusses them live on WRPI-Troy. Interviewed by Gerald Zahavi. Collison visited Albany and presented a workshop on "History and the Art of Documentary Production" the previous day.
   Collison is currently an independent radio and video documentary producer based in Silver Spring, Maryland and a regular contributor to National Public Radio's news magazine programs, Public Radio International's This American Life, and our own Talking History. He has worked in public radio since 1981, including several years for the Pacifica network, and four years as senior producer and editor of National Public Radio's All Things Considered (Weekend edition). In 1993, Collison founded his own not-for-profit production company specializing in documentaries about people and places overlooked by mainstream media. Many of his documentaries explore the historical dimensions of American social life and culture. His productions include the award-winning American Worker series, the Work Across America series, the eight-part On the Bus series, and most recently, Execution Day: Huntsville, Texas, broadcast on All Things Considered and winner of a 1999 National Federation of Community Broadcaster's (NFCB) Silver Reel Award, and Scenes from a Transplant, which was awarded a prestigious DuPont-Columbia Silver baton. A video version of Scenes from a Transplant airs in December, 1999 on HBO.
  Collison has received the following major media awards: a 1999 DuPont-Columbia Silver Baton, special citation as part of NPR's 1991-92 DuPont-Columbia Gold baton Award, the Clarion Award, the Robert F. Kennedy Award (honorable mention), the Radio and TV News Directors (RTNDA) Award, the Exceptional Merit Media (EMMA) Award, the National Federation of Community Broadcaster's (NFCB) Award, and the Association of Visual Communicators (CINDY) Award.

AUDIO FILES: Dan Collison discussion to be added.
Dan Collison discussing documentary production [16 Kbps]
Dan Collison discussing documentary production [40 Kbps]
The DC Riots of 1968 [16 Kbps]
The DC Riots of 1968 [40 Kbps]

November 4, 1999
Segment 1: "Popular Culture's G-Men: From Jimmy Cagney to Johnny Depp." Prof. Richard Gid Powers, from College of Staten Island, talks about popular culture's portrayal of the FBI. Recorded at the annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians in Toronto, April 22, 1999, by Gerald Zahavi. Our thanks to Richard Gid Powers for permission to air and archive his talk.
Segment 2: Completion of Bill McNeill and CBC's Radio Voice of the Pioneer. Edited interviews with Canada's pioneers. Selections from the LP record Bill McNeill's Voice of the Pioneer: Conversations with Canadian Pioneers. Produced by Tapestry Records and Tapes, Inc., 1982.

AUDIO FILES: To be added.
Popular Culture's G-Men [16 Kbps]
Popular Culture's G-Men [40 Kbps]
Bill McNeill's Voice of the Pioneer (selections, part 2) [16 Kbps]
Bill McNeill's Voice of the Pioneer (selections, part 2) [40 Kbps]

October 28, 1999
Segment 1: American Women and World War II. Dennis Mihelich, of Creighton University, interviews Doris Wetherford, author of American Women and World War II (History of Women in America) (1992) about the history of women in the US military, particularly during World War II.
Segment 2: "Dangerous Liaisons: Governor Dewey, Lucky Luciano, and Operation Underworld." Prof. John C. McWilliams, of the Pennsylvania State University—DuBois Campus, speaks about the complex relationship between New York Governor Thomas E. Dewey, mobster Lucky Luciano, and several US federal agencies. Recorded at the annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians in Toronto, April 22, 1999, by Gerald Zahavi. Our thanks to John C. McWilliams for permission to air and archive his talk.
Segment 3: Bill McNeill and CBC's Radio Voice of the Pioneer. Edited interviews with Canada's pioneers ~ selections. From the LP record Bill McNeill's Voice of the Pioneer: Conversations with Canadian Pioneers. Produced by Tapestry Records and Tapes, Inc., 1982.

AUDIO FILES: Voice of the Pioneer to be added.
American Women in World War II [16 Kbps]
American Women in World War II [40 Kbps]
Dangerous Liaisons: Governor Dewey, Lucky Luciano, and Operation Underworld [16 Kbps]
Dangerous Liaisons: Governor Dewey, Lucky Luciano, and Operation Underworld [40 Kbps]
Bill McNeill's Voice of the Pioneer (selections, part 1) [16 Kbps]
Bill McNeill's Voice of the Pioneer (selections, part 1) [40 Kbps]

October 21, 1999
Segment 1: The Trial of Urbain Grandier. Bryan Le Beau, Creighton University, talks with Robert Rapley, author of A Case of Witchcraft : The Trial of Urbain Grandier, about Father Grandier's trial for witchcraft and sorcery in 17th century Loudon, France. This is the story of the most famous European witchcraft trial to take place during the great witch-craze of the seventeenth century.
Segment 2: "We Have Come to Stay": Women and Politics. George Liston Seay, host of Dialogue, interviews Kristie Miller, co-editor of We Have Come to Stay: American Women and Political Parties, 1880-1960. The interview focuses on how women's 19th-century involvement in club and non-partisan political activity—beginning in the 1880s—led them into intense partisan activity in the 20th century.

AUDIO FILES:
The Trial of Urbain Grandier [16 Kbps]
The Trial of Urbain Grandier [40 Kbps]
"We Have Come to Stay" [16 Kbps]
"We Have Come to Stay" [40 Kbps]

October 14, 1999
Segment 1: "Juneteenth." George Liston Seay of Dialogue interviews John Callahan, literary executor of black novelist Ralph Ellison, about Ellison's posthumously published novel, Juneteenth—extracted from drafts and files Ellison left behind. The novel probes racial identity in mid-20th century America.
Segment 2: Dennis Mihelich, of Creighton University, interviews baseball historian Benjamin Raider, Prof. of History at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, about the early history of baseball.
Segment 3: Gail Ingaham Berlage, author of Women in Baseball (1994), offers a short history and commentary on women in baseball.

AUDIO FILES:
Ralph Ellison's Juneteenth [16 Kbps]
Ralph Ellison's Juneteenth [40 Kbps]
Baseball History [16 Kbps]
Baseball History [40 Kbps]
Women in Baseball [16 Kbps]
Women in Baseball [40 Kbps]

October 7, 1999
Segment 1: "The Etiquette of Racial Relations." George Liston Seay of Dialogue interviews Prof. Elizabeth Lasch-Quinn of Syracuse University, about racial etiquette through the years.
Segment 2: "Religion, Discovery, and Christopher Columbus." Bryan Le Beau interviews historian Pauline M. Watts, of Sarah Lawrence College, about Columbus' spiritual beliefs and the theological, prophetic, and geographical controversies preceding and surrounding Columbus' voyages.

AUDIO FILES: "Christopher Columbus" to be added.
The Etiquette of Racial Relations [16 Kbps]
The Etiquette of Racial Relations [40 Kbps]
Religion, Discovery, and Christopher Columbus [16 Kbps]
Religion, Discovery, and Christopher Columbus [40 Kbps]

September 30, 1999
Segment 1: Frances Fitzgerald on the state of historical pedagogy. A revised and updated edition of FitzGerald's second book, America Revised: History Schoolbooks in the Twentieth Century was recently published. This book explores the politics of textbook publishing, and why students regard American history as boring and irrelevant—and is the subject of her talk, delivered at the University at Albany in May, 1999, and her discussion with University at Albany history professor Richard A. Hamm. Ms. Fitzgerald's presentation was sponsored by the New York State Writers Institute.
Segment 2: "The Age of the Bachelor." An interview with Howard P. Chudacoff, author of The Age of the Bachelor: Creating an American Subculture (1999). From the Creighton University production center of Talking History.

AUDIO FILES:
Frances Fitzgerald [16 Kbps]
Frances Fitzgerald [40 Kbps]
Age of the Bachelor [16 Kbps]
Age of the Bachelor [40 Kbps]

September 23, 1999
Segment 1: Sandhogs—a documentary about tunnel construction workers of New York City by Talking History contributing producer, Dan Collison.
Segment 2: "Leisure Activities in Medieval England." Prof. Eileen Dugan, of the Creighton University production center of Talking History, interviews historian Albert Compton Reeves about his recent book, Pleasures and Pastimes in Medieval England.
Segment 3: "Islamic Fundamentalism." Prof. Terry Clark, of the Creighton University production center of Talking History, interviews Georgtown University professor John L. Esposito about the history and nature of Islamic Fundamentalism. The interview is followed up with a recorded op-ed piece by Prof. Martin E. Marty, Emeritus Professor of Religious History at the University of Chicago Divinity School.

AUDIO FILES:
Dan Collison's Sandhogs. (23:52 Minutes) [16 Kbps]
Dan Collison's Sandhogs. (23:52 Minutes) [40 Kbps]
Medieval Leisure Activities. (17:31 Minutes) [16 Kbps]
Medieval Leisure Activities. (17:31 Minutes) [40 Kbps]
Islamic Fundamentalism. (19:01 Minutes) [16 Kbps]
Islamic Fundamentalism. (19:01 Minutes) [40 Kbps]

Prof. Pauline MaierSeptember 16, 1999
Pauline Maier interview by Prof. Ann Withington. Pauline Maier is William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of American History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is one of the country's leading historians of the Revolutionary era, known particularly for her studies of political movements and leaders of the eighteenth century. Her books include From Resistance to Revolution (1972), The Old Revolutionaries: Political Lives in the Age of Samuel Adams (1980), and most recently, American Scripture: Making the Declaration of Independence (1997). This interview by Prof. Ann Withington, of the University at Albany History Department, focuses on American Scripture. Recorded and edited by Prof. Gerald Zahavi.

AUDIO FILES: [This interview was aired on WRPI-FM in a slightly shorter version on 9/16/99. We present the full interview here, but have broken it up into two parts for the convenience of listeners].
Pauline Maier interview by Prof. Ann Withington. Part 1. [16 Kbps]
Pauline Maier interview by Prof. Ann Withington. Part 1. [40 Kbps]
Pauline Maier interview by Prof. Ann Withington. Part 2. [16 Kbps]
Pauline Maier interview by Prof. Ann Withington. Part 2. [40 Kbps]

September 9, 1999
Segment 1: "The Nixon Resignation Twenty-Five Years Later."
In a conversation with Dennis Mihelich, Stanley Cutler, Professor of American Institutions at the University of Wisconsin, takes a retrospective look at the resignation of Richard Nixon. From the Creighton University Talking History Production Center.
Segment 2: "Fairy Tales in History." Professor Jack Zipes of the University of Minnesota talks about the historical origins of fairy tales with Creighton University's Eileen Dugan.

AUDIO FILES:
The Nixon Resignation Twenty-Five Years Later. [16 Kbps]
The Nixon Resignation Twenty-Five Years Later. [40 Kbps]
Fairy Tales in History. [16 Kbps]
Fairy Tales in History. [40 Kbps]

September 2, 1999
Segment 1: "Looking for Kate Mullaney: Documenting the Story of An Irish Working Woman."
A talk given by Rachel Bliven on May 1, 1999 as part of "May Day in Troy, N.Y.: A Celebration of Labor's History." Recorded by and produced by Gerald Zahavi and Steve Lamkin.
Segment 2: "Work and the History of American Labor." Jacqueline Jones, Professor and Chair of the Brandeis University History Department, and author of American Work: Four Centuries of Black and White Labor, talks about the complex issues of work and labor in American history with Dennis Mihelich. From Creighton University.

AUDIO FILES:
Looking for Kate Mullaney. [16 Kbps]
Looking for Kate Mullaney. [40 Kbps]
Work and the History of American Labor. [16 Kbps]
Work and the History of American Labor. [40 Kbps]

D. A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus at work August 26, 1999
An interview with D. A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus
, one of the most respected and unique teams of documentary filmmakers working today, conducted by Julian Zelizer, Associate Professor of History, University at Albany ~ SUNY. Pennebaker and Hegedus are renowned documentary filmmakers who have perfected the art of cinema verité. Their films combine elements of journalism and biography with political, cultural, and artistic history. Their visit to the University at Albany was sponsored by the New York State Writer's Institute. This interview was originally broadcast on 10-1-98, recorded on 9-25-98; produced and edited by Prof. Gerald Zahavi, co-produced by Susan McCormick at the University at Albany production center of Talking History.

AUDIO FILES:
Pennebaker and Hegedus [16 Kbps]


August 19, 1999
Segment 1: "Avalon Blues: Remembering Mississippi John Hurt."
Produced by Danny Gotham at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Segment 2: "Science, Religion, and Technology." From the Creighton University Talking History Production Center, Eileen Dugan talks with historian David Noble.

AUDIO FILES:
Avalon Blues. [16 Kbps]
Avalon Blues. [40 Kbps]
David Noble. [16 Kbps]
David Noble. [40 Kbps]

August 12, 1999
Segment 1: "American Aurora - Part II."
In this 1998 broadcast from Dialogue host George Liston Seay continues his discussion with Richard Rosenfeld, author of American Aurora: A Democratic-Republican Returns: The Suppressed History of Our Nation's Beginnings and the Heroic Newspaper That Tried to Report It (see August 5, 1999). Drawing thematic connections between between the 1790s and the 1990s, Rosenfeld suggests that an interpretation of democracy that favors populism remains current.
Segment 2: "Dreamland." From the Creighton University Talking History Production Center, Bryan Le Beau talks with Kevin Baker about his novel, Dreamland, and about the genre of historical fiction.

AUDIO FILES: Dreamland to be added.
An American Aurora - part II. [16 Kbps]
An American Aurora - part II. [40 Kbps]
Dreamland.[16 Kbps]
Dreamland. [40 Kbps]

August 5, 1999
Segment 1: "American Aurora - Part I."
The first decade of the American Republic was filled with controversy between Federalists who adopted a constitutional position supporting privilege, and Democratic-Republicans who maintained a more populist stance. In this 1998 broadcast from Dialogue host George Liston Seay talks with Richard Rosenfeld, author of American Aurora: A Democratic-Republican Returns: The Suppressed History of Our Nation's Beginnings and the Heroic Newspaper That Tried to Report It . Segment 2: "International Peacekeeping." From the Creighton University Talking History Production Center, an interview with Paul F. Diehl, professor of political science at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and author of International Peacekeeping: With a New Epilogue on Somalia, Bosnia and Cambodia. Professor Diehl discusses the role of U.N. peacekeepers in several different conflicts.

AUDIO FILES:
An American Aurora - part I. [16 Kbps]
An American Aurora - part I. [40 Kbps]
International Peacekeeping. [16 Kbps]
International Peacekeeping. [40 Kbps]

July 29, 1999
Segment 1: "Race: The Ideas of Ivan Hannaford."
In this 1996 program from Dialogue, George Liston Seay talks with Joseph F. Brinley, Jr., Director, Woodrow Wilson Center Publications, about Ivan Hannaford's work (Race: The History of an Idea in the West, 1996.) on the origins of writings on race definitions that stem from the 19th century's fascination with science. Brinley notes that in classic Greece and Rome racial differences were subordinate to an all-inclusive political ideal and suggests that many 20th century ideas about race are based on discredited 19th century theories of eugenics. Segment 2: "The Victorian Internet." Bryan LeBeau, of the Creighton University Talking History Production Center, interviews Historian Tom Standage, author of The Victorian Internet: The Remarkable Story of the Telegraph and the Nineteenth Century's On-Line Pioneers. (1998). As he outlines the history of the telegraph, Standage notes many parallels between public response to the telegraph and to the Internet.

AUDIO FILES:
Race: The Ideas of Ivan Hannaford. [16 Kbps]
Race: The Ideas of Ivan Hannaford. [40 Kbps]
The Victorian Internet. [16 Kbps]
The Victorian Internet. [40 Kbps]

July 22, 1999
Segment 1: "The Town of Ninety-Six." George Liston Seay interviews Historian O. Vernon Burton, Professor of History at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, about the unique South Carolina town of "96." In the 19th century "96" was the home of Preston Brooks, the fierce slave holder who beat Senator Charles Sumner on the floor of the Senate. In the 20th century, "96" became more closely associated with the civil rights movement; it was the home of civil rights pioneer Benjamin E. Mays. Seay and Burton discuss the peculiar and important history of this small town.
Segment 2: "German Industry and the Third Reich." Eileen Dugan, of the Creighton University Talking History Production Center, interviews Historian Neil Gregor, of the University of Southhampton, England, about his research into the deals between Nazis and German industrialists. Gregor is the author of the recent book, Daimler-Benz in the Third Reich (1998).

AUDIO FILES: "The Town of Ninety-Six" to be added.
The Town of Ninety-Six. [16 Kbps]
The Town of Ninety-Six. [40 Kbps]
German Industry and the Third Reich. [16 Kbps]
German Industry and the Third Reich. [40 Kbps]

July 15, 1999
Segment 1 and 2: "Myths and Rituals of the Family." George Liston Seay interviews Historian John R. Gillis of Rutgers University, about his book A World of Their Own Making: Myth, Ritual, and the Quest for Family Values (1997). Originally intended to air over a two week period. From Dialogue.

AUDIO FILES:
Myths and Rituals of the Family - Part 1. [16 Kbps]
Myths and Rituals of the Family - Part 1. [40 Kbps]
Myths and Rituals of the Family - Part 2. [16 Kbps]
Myths and Rituals of the Family - part 2. [40 Kbps]

July 8, 1999
Segment 1: "Life After Steel." Dan Collison's documentary examines the life and death of Chicago's last big steel mill (U.S. Steel's South Works Mill), and the people who used to work there.
Segment 2: "The Last Apocalypse." George Liston Seay looks back at 1000 A.D. with James Reston Jr., author or The Last Apocalypse. From Dialogue.

AUDIO FILES:
Life After Steel. [LOW FIDELITY, 16 Kbps].
Life After Steel [HIGH FIDELITY, 40 Kbps].
The Last Apocalypse. [LOW FIDELITY, 16 Kbps].
The Last Apocalypse [HIGH FIDELITY, 40 Kbps].

July 1, 1999
The Dreyfus Affair: A Century Later. Prof. Robert S. Wistrich of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem spoke about the Dreyfus Affair at the University at Albany on April 6, 1999. This is his talk. Wistrich is the author of Socialism and the Jews: The Dilemmas of Assimilation in Germany and Austria Hungary (1982); The Jews of Vienna in the Age of Franz Joseph (1989); and Antisemitism: The Longest Hatred (1991), which served as the basis of the acclaimed PBS documentary by the same title. He is completing a new book titled A Chosen Affair: Dreyfus, the French and the Jews. Recorded, edited, and produced by Susan McCormick at the University at Albany production center of Talking History.

AUDIO FILES:
The Dreyfus Affair Revisited. [LOW FIDELITY, 16 Kbps].
The Dreyfus Affair Revisited [HIGH FIDELITY, 40 Kbps].

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