Photo courtesy the Civil War Trust

Robert has given talks at Vanderbilt, the University of North Carolina, Washington-Lee, many Civil War Roundtables, to various preservation and heritage organizations across the country.

Hodge speaks on a variety of topics covering the Civil War period. Whether it is a specific battle, the struggle to save historic greenspace, Civil War cinema, Confederate memory, his experiences Tony Horwitz in the New York Times best-seller Confederates in the Attic,  Robert’s films, or the life of the common soldier in the Civil War, it is told with a fervor, humor, and compassion.

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Robert Lee Hodge has appeared on, or in, the following:





































Photo by Robert Szabo

Groups Robert has spoken to:

The University of North Carolina
C-Span II – Book TV
Washington and Lee University
Arlington House: The Robert E. Lee Memorial
Vanderbilt University
Gettysburg National Military Park
Wisconsin Veterans Museum
Northern Virginia Community College Maryland Arms Collectors Association
City of Raleigh Museum
Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania County National Military Park
Spotsylvania Battlefield Education Assoc.
Shenandoah University
Friends of the Fredericksburg Area Battlefields
The Central Virginia Battlefields Trust
The Civil War Trust
American University
Alabama Public Broadcasting System
Sons of Confederate Veterans
National Archives
Save the Franklin Battlefield Association
Army Heritage Education Center
Liberty University
United Daughters of the Confederacy
The Friends of Gettysburg
Daughters of the American Revolution
Coalition for Smarter Growth

Civil War Roundtables:
Milwaukee, WI
Cleveland, OH
Pittsburgh, PA
Austin, TX
Nashville, TN
Baton Rouge, LA
Loudoun, VA
Kansas City, KS
Franklin, TN
Mahoning Valley, OH
Alexandria, VA
Lancaster, PA
Eastern Loudoun, VA
Kankakee, IL
Clarksville, TN
Sperryville, VA
Rappahannock Valley, VA
Bowling Green, KY
Fredericksburg, VA
Harpers Ferry, WV