The renowned cultural historian George Mosse (1918-1999) taught for more than 30 years at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Over the years a number of his courses were taped, and recently the university posted four of them on this website. Each lecture comes with a written summary, which helps when the audio is unclear. Back in 2009 I listened to his excellent European Cultural History 1660-1870 (website).
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