Prof. Tim Huebner has published a new book, Liberty and Union: The Civil War Era and American Constitutionalism.
In March, Prof. Timothy Huebner of Rhodes’ Department of History presented a lecture at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library titled “A Massacre in Memphis: The Bloody Race Riot of 1866.”
Maddie McGrady ’17 and Prof. Timothy Huebner of the Department of History are co-authors of an essay in Southern Cultures, one of the leading peer-reviewed journals in the field of southern studies.
Dr. Timothy S. Huebner of the Department of History at Rhodes has published an op-ed in the New York Times that sheds light on the history of confirming court nominees in election years.
In my twenty-one years at Rhodes, I have taught a variety of courses dealing with the history of the U.S. Constitution, the history of the American South, and the Civil War and Reconstruction Era. In addition to my survey course on the South and upper division seminars on constitutional history and the Civil War, I have offered a range of special topics courses, including “Lincoln,” “The Mind of the South,” “Shelby Foote, the South, and the Civil War,” and “The Supreme Court in U.S. History.”
Today, events are being held across the country to mark the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address delivered by U.S. President Abraham Lincoln on Nov. 19, 1863.
Twenty-five years after his lectures here, Foote continues to play a part in the education process of Rhodes students.
Dr. Timothy Huebner, L. Palmer Brown Professor of Interdisciplinary Humanities and Chair of the Department of History, has written an essay for the award-winning SCOTUSblog.
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