Public Appearances and Podcasts
Mapping the American Revolution: The 2022 George Washington Symposium, Fred W. Smith National Library, Mt. Vernon, Nov. 4-5, 2022 (at Mt. Vernon and remote)
Eric Foner, Kathleen DuVal, and Lisa McGirr discuss their book Give Me Liberty!, Gilder Lehrman Institute Book Breaks Sept. 18, 2022 (remote)
Revolution 250 Podcast discussion of Independence Lost
Kathleen DuVal on Seeing the Revolution from beyond the Atlantic coast, Leventhal Map & Education Center, Boston Public Library, Oct. 26, 2021 (remote)
Lunch with Friends and Strangers: Kathleen DuVal and Manteo, Carolina Public Humanities & UNC General Alumni Association, March 2021 (remote)
Virtual Discussion of Unworthy Republic: The Dispossession of Native Americans and the Road to Indian Territory, Washington History Seminar (remote)
“Independence Lost: Lives on the Edge of the American Revolution,” Newberry Library Colonial History Lecture Series, Chicago, December 2, 2020, 4 p.m. Central Time (remote)
Ben Franklin’s World: Elections in Early America: Native Sovereignty (podcast, Fall 2020)
Virtual Book Club: Independence Lost: Lives on the Edge of the American Revolution (National Humanities Center, Fall 2020) (remote)
“Independence Lost: Lives on the Edge of the American Revolution,” Guilford Courthouse National Military Park Revolutionary Lecture Series, Greensboro, March 11, 2020
“Tecumseh in Arkansas,” David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History, Fayetteville, January 29, 2020
Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Virginia Lecture, George Mason University, Fairfax, Va., September 2019
“Constituting the United States: Living in the Wake of Revolution,” President’s Plenary, SHEAR annual meeting, Cambridge, Mass., July 2019
“Debating Empire, Race, and Nation in the Early Nineteenth Century,” Keynote Address, Making a Republic Imperial conference, McNeil Center & Library Company, Philadelphia, March 2019
George Rogers Clark Lecture, Society of the Cincinnati, October 2018.
Conversation on research with UNC Alum Elizabeth Carbone, IAH, UNC (podcast, October 2017).
Ben Franklin’s World (podcast, February 2017).
Conversations at the Washington Library (podcast, January 2017).
The So What Question (podcast, September 2016).
UNC Institute for the Arts and Humanities Podcast (June 2016).
Louisiana Anthology Podcast (two episodes, June 2016).
American Voices with Bill Bradley (Sirius XM, November 2015).
Ben Franklin’s World (podcast, July 2015).
Interview, Erstwhite: A History Blog (September 2015).
Interview, The Junto website (August 2015).
Q&A, Deborah Kalb Books (August 2015).
“Rich, Forgotten Lives on the Margins of the American Revolution,” Biographile (July 2015).