… have been made available here. The following are history and philosophy-specific, video links at the aforementioned link.
Ronald Numbers (University of Wisconsin): Anti-Evolutionism in America: Scientific Creationism to Intelligent Design
Pietro Corsi (Oxford): Is History Useful to Darwin Studies? Reflections at the End of a Year of Celebrations
Janet Browne (Harvard): Looking at Darwin: Making a Celebrity through Portaits and Images
Robert J. Richards (University of Chicago): Darwin’s Biology of Intelligent Design
John Hedley Brooke (Oxford): ‘God knows what the public will think’: Darwin and the Religious Response to the Origin of Species
Daniel Dennett (Tufts University): Darwin’s ‘Strange Inversion of Reasoning’: Confronting the Counterintuitive
Philip Kitcher (Columbia University): The Importance of Darwin for Philosophy
Elliott Sober (University of Wisconsin): Did Darwin Write the Origin Backwards?
Lynn Nyhart (University of Wisconsin): Geographic Isolation from Wagner to Mayr
Richard Burkhardt (University of Illinois): Animal Behavior in Evolutionary Perspective: Two Centuries of Inquiry
Jane Maienschein (Arizona State University): Embryos and Evolution: A History of Courting and Separation
Michael Ruse (Florida State University): Is Darwinism Past Its ‘Sell-by’ Date? The Challenge of Evo-Devo