Reader Sean Wellock writes:
I haven't had a chance to listen to this yet, but perhaps some readers will enjoy it.
I was happy to see your recent posts with links to the valedictorian speech by G.A. Cohen, and to the collection of philosophy podcasts. I think free audio lectures can be a great resource, particularly for recent graduates like myself. In case some other readers are interested, here is a link to an excellent collection of audio lectures on topics in European Cultural History from 1500 through 1920 given by George L. Mosse at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In my opinion, Mosse, John Searle, Daniel Robinson (Oxford), and James Hall (University of Richmond) are among the best free lecturers on the airwaves today.