Academic Lecture Transcripts
This is a volunteer project transcribing academic lectures. The content is from HIST 186 International and Global History since 1945 taught by Daniel Sargent at UC Berkeley in the spring of 2012.
Consistent with this as an experiment in creating both a research resource and an educational resource links to definitions are provided for words that people who access the site might not be familiar with.
The wiki is not currently world editable, but people can send me email with corrections or comments. In the subject of the email include at the beginning "AcLeTr:". The username for my Gmail address is david.kit.friedman .
Typos and minor errors can most often be corrected quickly, but if there are more significant changes I might defer on it because I don't feel I have the time.
My pattern has been to check my email approximately once every 7-14 days, so it might be up to a few weeks before I would get to it.
I tried to contact Daniel Sargent and other people at UC Berkeley on this transcription work at the end of 2018 and at the beginning of 2019, but I didn't get any response.
There are no plans currently to transcribe any additional classes, but that could nevertheless be a possibility for the future.
(see also Technical Comments)
I just submitted a review of the lecture series which is available on the details page on Internet Archive for the course.