American History Speakers

Browse our motivational and inspirational keynote speakers on American History to engage, educate, and entertain your audience. These top-rated speakers and performers include industry experts, authors, and business leaders who can present their knowledge in a variety of different formats, such as a keynote speech, moderated conversation, Q&A, or a fireside chat. Contact us today to book a American History speaker for your next in-person, hybrid, or virtual event.

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Rosie Rios

Former Treasurer of the United States; CEO of Red River Associates

Khalil Gibran Muhammad
(2 ratings)

Professor of History, Race & Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School; Author of "The Condemnation of Blackness"

Deborah E. Lipstadt
(4 ratings)

Professor of Modern Jewish & Holocaust Studies at Emory University

Annette Gordon-Reed
(2 ratings)

Professor of American Legal History at Harvard Law School & Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author

Brian Kilmeade
(1 rating)

Television & Radio Presenter; Co-host of "Fox & Friends" on FOX News Channel

Daniel James Brown

New York Times Bestselling Author of "The Boys in the Boat"

Jane Sherron De Hart
(1 rating)

Political Historian & Author of "Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A Life"

Rex Nelson

Nationally Recognized Writer and Expert on Southern Culture

Kevin Gannon

Professor of History, Teaching & Technology; Known as the "Tattooed Professor"

Elizabeth Stordeur Pryor

Associate Professor of History at Smith College, Expert on The History of Race, Citizenship & Slavery

Johanna Neuman

Historian, Author, Lecturer on Women's Suffrage & Former Journalist

Arthur Herman

Renowned Historian, NY Times Bestselling Author & Pulitzer Prize Finalist

Clifton Truman Daniel

Lecturer, Published Author and the Oldest Grandson of Former US President Harry S. Truman

David Blight
(1 rating)

Professor of American History, Yale University; Director of the Gilder-Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition

Gerald Vizenor

Distinguished Professor of American Studies at the University of New Mexico