Thoughts on History
Howard Zinn discusses how history is framed by institutional powers to encourage submission to authority, and how knowledge and activism can threaten the overthrow of tyranny and ignorance. He draws on his own life expreiences in activism and education to describe the system and possibilities for change. He is the author of numerous books, including the influential People's History series, has been a professor of history since the 1960s.
Recorded at the University of South Florida in Tampa on Nov. 30, 2004 by Lance Robson & Ed Favara for Z Video Productions; 79 minutes (51 minute talk plus 28 minute Q&A).
Price: US$ 22.00