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Book Talk : Crying the News with Vincent DiGirolamo

Prof. Vincent DiGirolamo discusses his latest book Crying the News: History of America's Newsboy.

From  Baruch DML on November 25th, 2019 13 plays

City of Dreams: Harlem in the 1920s

Dr. Wall has authored and edited several well-known books on the Harlem Renaissance and feminist theory and criticism. Her pioneering works of criticism include Women of the Harlem Renaissance and…

From  Baruch DML on May 12th, 2017 15 plays

Michael O'Neil / Michael Oreskes on the 1970'S New York City Fiscal Crisis

From  Arthur Downing on May 21st, 2014 3 plays

How Blogging Empowers Women in Business, Politics and Media (Part 2)

"The 2009 Friedman Symposium, a collaborative effort of Robert Friedman and Baruch’s History Department, features five speakers on ""How Blogging Empowers Women in Business,…

From  Baruch DML on August 31st, 2012 19 plays

How Blogging Empowers Women in Business, Politics and Media (Part 1)

"The 2009 Friedman Symposium, a collaborative effort of Robert Friedman and Baruch’s History Department, features five speakers on ""How Blogging Empowers Women in Business,…

From  Baruch DML on August 31st, 2012 7 plays

Edward Koch on the 1970's New York City Fiscal Crisis (Part 2)

This is part two in a two part series presented by the Mayor of New York City during the period of 1978-1989. Mayor Koch, along with Jack Bigel, President of Program Planner Inc., and Edward…

From  Baruch DML on August 31st, 2012 21 plays

Edward Koch on the 1970's New York City Fiscal Crisis (Part 1)

Mayor Edward Koch of New York City (1978-1989) speaks along with Jack Bigel, President of Program Planner Inc., and Edward Rogowsky, City Editor of CUNY-TV, focusing their views on the New York City…

From  Baruch DML on August 31st, 2012 44 plays

Bernard Baruch Lecturing at The City College of New York (Part 1 of 3)

Bernard M. Baruch addresses his alma mater in a series of lectures focused upon the problems Americans face as a nation and as individuals. [Video 1] Thomas C. Norton, Dean of the Baruch…

From  Sheau-Yueh.Chao@baruch.cuny.edu on August 31st, 2012 12 plays

History of American Consumer Culture: From the Home to a Global Empire

Professor Victoria de Grazia, Department of History, Columbia University, and Professor Susan Strasser, Department of History, University of Delaware speak on the history of American consumer culture…

From  Baruch DML on August 15th, 2012 12 plays

Women's Hall of Fame Dinner Party

Baruch celebrates Women's History Month by creating Women's Hall of Fame - an art exhibition project that displays themes related to women's lives and achievements. Baruch President…

From  Baruch DML on August 15th, 2012 0 plays

Ronald Walters: Is Freedom Enough?

"Ronald Walters, strategist in the Rev. Jesse Jackson’s 1984 and 1988 presidential campaigns; director of the African American Leadership Institute; Distinguished Leadership Scholar at…

From  Baruch DML on August 14th, 2012 2 plays

Celebration of Women's History Month

Baruch President Kathleen Waldron and six others were honored at Baruch during Women's History Month for their outstanding professional accomplishments. The invited guest of honor is Manhattan…

From  Baruch DML on August 14th, 2012 2 plays

Lewis Rudin on the 1970's New York City Fiscal Crisis

Lewis Rudin, Founder of the Association For A Better New York, as a private sector leader who starts his business in 1971, was invited to this discussion with Jack Bigel, President of Program Planner…

From  Baruch DML on August 14th, 2012 24 plays

John Zuccotti on the 1970's New York City Fiscal Crisis

John Zuccotti was the President of World Financial Properties and First deputy Mayor of New York City during the period of 1976-1977. In this session, John Zuccotti and Jack Bigel, President of…

From  Baruch DML on August 14th, 2012 10 plays

Walter Wriston on the 1970's New York City Fiscal Crisis

Walter Wriston, Chairman of Citibank during the fiscal crisis, along with Jack Bigel President of Program Planner Inc., and moderator Edward Rogowsky, City editor of CUNY-TV, discuss the banking and…

From  Baruch DML on August 14th, 2012 29 plays

Richard Ravitch on the 1970's New York City Fiscal Crisis

Richard Ravitch, Former head of the New York State Urban Development Corporation and Former head of the Metropolitan Transit Authority, is a guest speaker in this video series along with Jack Bigel,…

From  Baruch DML on August 14th, 2012 25 plays

Dale Horowitz on the 1970's New York City Fiscal Crisis

Dale Horowitz, Senior Managing Director of Salomon Brothers Inc. and Municipal bond specialist during the 1970’s NYC fiscal crisis, is a guest speaker in this video series. He and Jack Bigel,…

From  Baruch DML on August 14th, 2012 214 plays

Barry Feinstein on the 1970's New York City Fiscal Crisis

Barry Feinstein, a labor leader, discusses his side of the story on the fiscal crisis that hit New York City during the 1970’s with Jack Bigel, President of Program Planner Inc., and Edward…

From  Baruch DML on August 14th, 2012 23 plays

Abraham Beame on the 1970's New York City Fiscal Crisis

Abraham Beame, Mayor of New York City during the fiscal crisis, is a guest speaker on this video series along with Jack Bigel, President of Program Planner Inc., and Edward Rogowsky, City Editor of…

From  Baruch DML on August 14th, 2012 49 plays

Herman Badillo on the 1970's New York City Fiscal Crisis

Herman Badillo, member of Congress during the fiscal crisis, is a guest speaker on this video series. During this episode, Herman Badillo will discuss his perspective on the 1970’s New York…

From  Baruch DML on August 14th, 2012 8 plays