Bob Hutton is a senior lecturer in history and researcher with expertise in the history of the American South and Appalachia, with particular emphasis on subjects relating to labor, politics, and government.
Shannen Dee Williams is an expert on African-American, Catholic, civil rights, women’s, and black religious history, as well as twentieth-century U.S. social movements. She frequently lectures on the long and rich history of black Catholic nuns in the Atlantic world.
Robert J. Norrell is a historian of American race relations and the South.
Luke Harlow is an expert in the history of the American Civil War and Reconstruction, slavery and emancipation, and religion and politics in the United States.
Thomas E. Burman is an expert on Christian-Jewish-Muslim relations, especially in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, as well on the history of Christianity and Islam in those periods.
Michael David Cohen is a historian and documentary editor with expertise in nineteenth-century U.S. politics and education. He serves as editor of the Correspondence of James K. Polk, a project that has published twelve volumes of the eleventh’s president’s letters.
Rob Heller, professor of journalism and electronic media, is an expert in photography and graphic design.
Michael Lofaro is an expert on James Agee, Daniel Boone, and Davy Crockett whose work has been featured on the Today Show, National Public Radio’s All Things Considered, the History Channel, and A&E.
Dan Feller is a professor of history whose interests encompass mid-nineteenth-century America as a whole, with special attention to Jacksonian politics and the coming of the Civil War.
Ernest Freeberg is a professor of history whose teaching and research interests center on the cultural and intellectual history of the United States in the 19th and early 20th century.