U.S. History

"1812: War and the Passions of Patriotism"

Nicole Eustace

About the Program

Nicole Eustace, history professor at New York University, examines the affect the War of 1812 had on American politics and patriotism.  The author reports that the end of the three-year War resulted in the "era of good feelings," marked by diffused partisanship and greater nationalism.  Nicole Eustace speaks at the David Library of the American Revolution in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania.    

About the Authors

Nicole Eustace

Nicole Eustace is the author of Passion Is the Gale: Emotion, Power, and the Coming of the American Revolution.  She is an associate history professor at New York University.

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Past Airings

  • Saturday, November 24th at 6am (ET)
  • Friday, November 23rd at 12am (ET)
  • Monday, November 5th at 4am (ET)
  • Saturday, October 27th at 8am (ET)
  • Sunday, October 21st at 2pm (ET)
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