Videos About Global Social Change
from the tv show. Videos on various history topics. Some are full episodes.
How stuff works
has videos about history, geography, health, other topics.
Wide Angle video bank from WNET in NY
videos of several themes, conflict, migration, human rights, power, economics. Stories about the people. Also here
on many topics, some of which are history or related. I also can't seem to load some of them.
had movies on lots of topics. In particular, look at this category
Kenneth Pomeranz Explores Reasons Why the Industrial Revolution Succeeded in Europe But Failed in East Asia
has some history lectures of interest.
has some lectures that might be of interest, for example, Democracy as a Concept of Political Responsibility of the People.
except that some of the videos don't say who it is that's speaking, so you can't determine the reliability.
bunch of on line lectures. I'm not sure how to get specific lectures from here, but many universities seem to have itunes, like
has some lectures of interest. For example:
Stanford University lectures
with some of historical interest
There is also Utube University
with some history videos.
Youtube has other misc videos of interest, but have to search.
Joseph Stiglitz - Problems with GDP as an Economic Barometer
The Story of Stuff
videos on a number of topics.
One is The Story of Citizens United v. FEC (2011)
about how corporations became "people" so they could contribute to political campaigns. The Story of Stuff project is here
which links to videos etc. Don't know why but I can't control volume on the story of stuff website.
The story of stuff is listed here
Youtube also has a teachers history channel
by Amy Burvall
Some ... interesting presentations, such as
The Mahabharata (music is "Abracadabra" by the Steve Miller Band)
with this description "How do you compress 100,000 verses into a 4 minute song? You can't. But we tried to hit some of the main points of the epic Indian work."
The Trojan War (music is "Tainted Love" by Soft Cell)
Civilization (music is "Harajuku Girls" by Gwen Stefani)
with this description "What are the basic elements that make up a civilization? This music video tells you. Made by history teachers with a lot of time on their hands. And lots of costumes. And wigs."
Ms. Burvall is featured here
in this fox news story
Honolulu magazine story
Washington Post story
Recently, youtube has a Crash Course channel.
wide variety of topics, some related to social change. by John and Hank Green.
The world history set is here
Human Population Growth - Crash Course Ecology #3
Globalization I - The Upside: Crash Course World History #41
Don't know anything about the Greens, but they or crash course was featured on:
kqed, public media for northern California
The Chicago Tribune
Research Channel at you tube
The Digital Evolution and International Competitiveness
The Research Channel was from U of Maryland, Baltimore County, according to this story
but the site for research channel doesn't appear to be working any more.
various topics in US history
videos from various people, don't really know anything about some of them. But some from History Channel too.
C.G.P. Grey has some videos
kind of related, like the Debt Limit Explained.
Mr. Grey is mentioned here
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and checked 1/26/14