AmRev360, hosted by Museum President & CEO Dr. R. Scott Stephenson, features lively conversations on the American Revolution from all angles between Stephenson and a broad slate of dynamic guests, including authors, actors, community leaders, and more.
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Catch up on all the latest episodes of AmRev360.
AmRev360: Accidental Archaeology with Matt and Melissa DunphyJanuary 5, 2022
AmRev360: Spain’s Role in the American Revolution with Gonzalo M. Quintero SaraviaNovember 17, 2021
AmRev360: Picturing the Revolutionary War with Artist Don TroianiOctober 29, 2021
AmRev360: Inspiring a Love of HistoryAugust 12, 2021
AmRev360: The Power of Storytelling through Film with Donna LawrenceApril 29, 2021
AmRev360: Betsy Ross: A Life Sewn in Myth with Marla MillerMarch 30, 2021
AmRev360: A Family's Revolutionary Legacy with Denise DennisFebruary 26, 2021
AmRev360: Bringing History to Life with StudioEIS’ Ivan SchwartzJanuary 29, 2021
AmRev360: Taste the Revolution with Chef Walter StaibDecember 18, 2020
AmRev360: Finding FreedomNovember 20, 2020
AmRev360: The Revolutionary Promise of CitizenshipOctober 14, 2020
AmRev360: Brandywine: Where History, Art, and Landscape Meet with Virginia Logan and Jim LighthizerSeptember 15, 2020
AmRev360: When Women Lost the Vote with Rosemarie Zagarri and Marcela MicucciAugust 26, 2020
AmRev360: Mascots, Monuments, and Memory with Ray HalbritterAugust 11, 2020
AmRev360: History Has Its Eyes on Us with Paul Oakley Stovall and Joanne B. FreemanJuly 1, 2020
AmRev360: The Boston Massacre 250th and Teaching with Digital HistoryJune 23, 2020
AmRev360: Conservation and Symbols of Revolutionary Flags with Virginia WhelanJune 12, 2020
About Dr. R. Scott Stephenson
Dr. R. Scott Stephenson’s broad public history experience spans nearly three decades and has been marked by public and professional acclaim for his creative and innovative approaches to engaging audiences. He has developed and collaborated on exhibits, films, and interpretive programs for numerous historical sites and organizations including Colonial Williamsburg, the Smithsonian, the Canadian War Museum, the National Park Service, George Washington’s Mount Vernon, the Heinz History Center, and the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. From 2007-2018, Stephenson led the development of the Museum of the American Revolution’s award-winning exhibitions, multimedia experiences and educational programming, as well as overseeing the care and expansion of its rich collection of art and artifacts. He served as a key member of the senior leadership team that raised $173 million to build and open the Museum. In November 2018, Stephenson was named President and CEO.