Video Lectures

Myths of the Auto Industry's Golden Age:

Oakland University History Professor Daniel Clark talks about the mythology surrounding auto workers during the postwar years.

Terror in the City of Champions: In Terror in the City of Champions, author Tom Stanton tells for the first time the riveting, intersecting tales of the frightening rise and fall of the Black Legion...
Marshall Fredericks' Life and Legacy: Learn about Birmingham, MI Public Sculptor Marshall M. Fredericks’ life, career, metal casting process, and his notable public sculptures such as: Cleveland War...
Myths of the Auto Industry's Golden Age: Oakland University History Professor Daniel Clark talks about the mythology surrounding auto workers during the postwar years.
Engaging the World: Oakland University Archaeology on Four Continents: Archaeologist Dr. Jon W. Carroll, Ph.D., RPA from Oakland University discusses research projects from all over the world. He’ll...
A Divine Madness: Creativity, Genius, and Mental Illness: In this presentation, Dr. Brian Stogner, clinical psychologist and President of Rochester College, will explore the sometimes tenuous line...
The 75th Anniversary of D-Day: Oakland University Professor Frank Cardimen is back for another historical lecture. In this presentation, he'll discuss one of the most important historical events of...
African Safaris and the Importance of Conservation: Take a trip across the planet and enjoy something few of us will ever experience in this RHPL lecture!
Unique Street Names: The Man on the Street and the Women, Too Joel Stone, Senior Curator at the Detroit Historical Society, will use everyday street signs to explore the 300 years of Detroit’s...