Welcome to H-World, a network for practitioners of world history. The list gives emphasis to research, to teaching, and to the connections between research and teaching.
Alfred J. Andrea and Andrew Holt, eds. Seven Myths of the Crusades (Indianapolis/Cambridge, MA: Hackett
Publishing Co., 2015)
Cecil P. Courtney and Jenny Mander, Raynal's 'Histoire des deux Indes'
colonialism, networks and global exchange (Oxford: SVEC , 2015)
This doesn't solve Jason St. Pierre's problem, but because YouTube is a fickle entity -- things are there one day, gone the next -- I urge readers to download and save any videos they find useful for teaching purposes. Web-based tools like KeepVid (http://keepvid.com/) can save videos in a variety of formats. Note that KeepVid won't work on premium streaming sites, so as far as I know, you can't download/save from Amazon Video, Netflix, etc.
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ.
If you don't mind the dubious legality of downloading, the entire series, Ancient Voices, is available for download through an educational file sharing community called MVGroup. They can be found at mvgroup.org