Boles praises Jefferson’s ‘way with words’ during Constitution Day lecture at MSU

September 20, 2017

STARKVILLE, Miss.—A nationally recognized scholar and critically acclaimed author from Rice University praised Thomas Jefferson’s powerful rhetoric during a Constitution Day presentation at Mississippi State University.During his Monday [Sept. 18] talk “Jefferson’s Constitutionalism: Words to Protect our Liberties,” Professor John Boles discussed how the nation’s third president used his writing talents to define the purposes and powers of government and protect the liberties of citizens.“Thomas Jefferson used his power for words for many purposes.

Jason Morgan Ward in the Washington Post-The Myth of Southern Blood

August 21, 2017 When I saw Nazi and Confederate flags mingling in Charlottesville, I thought about Victor Bernstein. And blood.Until SS harassment forced him out in 1939, Bernstein covered Nazi Germany for the Jewish Telegraph Agency. After the war, he returned to cover the Nuremberg trials.

Anne E. Marshall On History, the Confederacy and Monuments

August 17, 2017

Professor Marshall is also quoted in Mother Jones.

Jay Malone, Executive Director of the History of Science Society, speaks to Mississippi State History

July 19, 2017

Malone, Executive Director of the History of Science Society, discusses "Science in Old Mississippi: Bringing Science and Humanity to the People." View it at

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