Conversations with History features hour-long interviews with distinguished men and women from around the world representing a wide variety of fields. This long-running series was created in 1982 by its host, Harry Kreisler, and is produced by the Institute of International Studies at the University of California-Berkeley. Visitors will find a trove of over 600 in-depth, thoughtful interviews with myriad intellectuals such as novelist and Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk, author and Professor Emerita of Food Studies at New York University Marion Nestle, and the late President of the National Academy of Sciences Ralph J. Cicerone. The interviews can be browsed by year, guest name, or topic, and visitors can also choose to explore the site's selection of featured interviews. The majority of interviews can be viewed as YouTube videos, although some of the older interviews are only available as transcripts. For those who prefer podcasts, Conversations with History is also available in audio format through iTunes.
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