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Chief Justice Roger Taney and the Civil War

Timothy Huebner talked about Chief Justice Roger B. Taney and emancipation. Roger B. Taney served as chief justice of the United States from 1836 to his death in 1864 and delivered the majority opinion in the Dred Scott v. Sandford case. Professor Huebner spoke about public opinion of Chief Justice Taney and how it was shaped by the changing political landscape leading up to and during the Civil War. He was introduced by Associate Justice Antonin Scalia.

Professor Charles McKinney Discusses Same-Sex Marriage Laws on CNN

Prof. Huebner′s Class Featured on C-SPAN

Professor Tim Huebner and his class on the relationship between President Abraham Lincoln and Chief Justice Roger B. Taney.

Charles McKinney Rhodes Expert

In order to understand a national civil rights movement, we have to understand struggles on a local level, according to Professor McKinney. Listen to him discuss how the community of one rural county in eastern North Carolina built a grassroots movement that helped shape the course of the national civil rights movement in America.


Rhodes TV - John Pevy, History Major

Prof. Jackson, "Recovering from Disaster"

Hurricanes. Earthquakes. Tsunamis. Something Jackson has learned in researching one of the worst floods is Paris history is that cities with a sense of community and strong social networks are the ones that tend to survive better when struck by natural disasters. Jackson is author of Paris Under Water and discusses the book in more detail in the video.

Robert Walker puts his history major to work

Grace Williams puts her history major to work