Robert Hunt Ferguson

Robert Hunt Ferguson

Photo Credit: © Chris Fowler 2015

Department of History
Assistant Professor

Phone: 227-3502
Office: McKee 206B


Dr. Ferguson received his M.A. from Western Carolina University and his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His teaching and research interests include modern U.S., North Carolina, the American West, popular culture, and the African American experience. He is currently revising his dissertation, "Race and the Remaking of the Rural South: Delta Cooperative Farm and Providence Farm in Jim Crow-Era Mississippi," for publication. His research has been funded by the Center for the Study of the American South.

Courses Taught:

HIST 238 - History of American Popular Culture
HIST 341 - North Carolina History
HIST 348/548 - History of the American West
HIST 438 - US in the Cold War
HIST 693 - Rural/Agricultural History

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