Join us here every Thursday evening at 8 pm Eastern for a live interview with history authors and historians.
Scroll down for a list of upcoming speakers and links to past interviews.
History Camp began as an in-person annual event in 2014. In 2020 we had to cancel all in-person events and are waiting to see what’s possible in 2021. We’re certainly eager to see all of you in-person. In the mean time, if you’re looking for more information on these in-person events, see our About page or view detailed information on past events in our Locations section.
Lee, Founder and President & Carrie, Founder and Executive Director
→ Scroll down for an archive of all of previous interviews.
December 10 – 8pm (Eastern): Nancy Bristow, author of American Pandemic: The Lost Worlds of the 1918 Influenza Epidemic on the Spanish Flu of 1918 as it was experienced by millions of Americans.
December 17 – 8pm (Eastern): Steve Vogel, author of Betrayal in Berlin: The True Story of the Cold War’s Most Audacious Espionage Operation on the daring tunnel built jointly by the Americans and the British to tap into Soviet telephone lines in Berlin, and the betrayal from within.
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Previous interviews with noted authors and historians
View videos recorded every Thursday night at 8 pm (Eastern).
- Craig Nelson: Pearl Harbor: From Infamy to Greatness
- Donna Curtin: Plymouth Colony’s First Year
- Garrett Nelson: Map Distortions
- Alexander Cain: Loyalist Experience
- Shirley Ann Higuchi: Japanese Internment Camps
- Penny Colman: Women’s Suffrage
- Stephen Fried: Founding Father, Dr. Benjamin Rush
- Tom Clavin: Tombstone
- Charles Fishman: Apollo 11 Moon Landing
- Jane Hampton Cook: Suffrage
- Chris Klein: When the Irish Invaded Canada
- Jamie Holmes: 12 Seconds of Silence: How a Team of Inventors, Tinkerers, and Spies Took Down a Nazi Superweapon
- Maureen Taylor: Images of the Revolutionary War Generation
- Will Nipper: Colonial Money
- Daniel Gifford: The Last Voyage of the Whaling Bark Progress
- Jim Christ: Battle of Paoli
- Chris Dubbs: Women reporters in WWI
- Robert Forrant: Lawrence and the 1912 Bread and Roses Strike
- Benjamin Myers: Civil War Captain, George A Brooks
- Ed O’Donnell: Gilded Age
- Serena Zabin: The Boston Massacre: A Family History
- Peter Stark: Young Washington
- Lindsay Chervinsky: The Cabinet: George Washington and the Creation of an American Institution
- Ted Widmer: Lincoln on the Verge: Thirteen Days to Washington
- Lorna Hainesworth: Historic National Road
- Don Cygan: No Silent Night: The Christmas Battle for Bastogne
- Stephen F. Knott: The Lost Soul of the American Presidency
- Sam Forman: Dr. Joseph Warren
- Karen A. Chase: Declaration of Independence
- Eric Jay Dolin: Leviathan: The History of Whaling in America
- Alexander Cain: Lexington in the First Year of the Revolutionary War
- J.L. Bell: The Road to Concord