Faculty Author Series: Scott Hancock
Slavery, Resistance, Freedom by Scott Hancock
Scott Hancock, associate professor of History and Africana Studies, delivers insight with various essays on the Underground Railroad, the Civil War and the connection between Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King. Hancock teaches courses focused on African American history but also teaches a number of courses on law in US history.
Scott Hancock received his bachelor degree from Bryan College in 1984, and received both his masters and doctorate from the University of New Hampshire by 1999.