Saturday Webinars

Saturday Webinars for 2021-22

We’ve decided to do something different with our Saturday Webinars for this school year, splitting the year into two 5-episode seasons, each on a different theme. The programs will still be 75 minutes long each, with a moderator and two panelists, all from our graduate faculty pool. They’ll all still be based in a set of original sources, and you’ll receive a printable PDF certificate for continuing education. And, as always, these are free programs. All episodes will air live at 11am ET on their given date.

Readings and scholar bios will be available for each episode one month before the live show date.

Spring 2022 Saturday Webinars: Populists and Progressives is excited to present our Spring 2022 five-episode Saturday Webinar series, focusing on the Populists and Progressives. Each episode is based in part on documents drawn from our Populists and Progressive Core Documents Collection. Each 75-minute episode, featuring Dr. Chris Burkett of Ashland University as moderator, will consist of a discussion between two members of our graduate faculty, on a series of topics essential to understanding these movements both as current strands of American political culture and as defining traits of specific historical eras.

Register for these free programs below, and remember that if you attend the live show you will receive a certificate worth two hours of continuing education time. And whether you attend the live show or not, you will receive a link to the archives, both on YouTube and our podcast, of the show, meaning you’ll have free access to the content for use later.

After registering you will be sent login credentials immediately, and again one week and one day before the program airs live. Click on the program title to register.

One month before each episode air date we will publish a blog post with all the documents links and all registrants will be emailed a link to that resource.

All Saturday Webinars air live at 11am ET on their episode date.

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