John R. Burrow


  • Graduate Assistant



John Burrow is a Ph.D. Candidate of history at Mississippi State University and specializes in 18th and 19th Century British economic and taxation history. He enjoys nearly all forms of the humanities, especially writing, reading, researching, and photography. He especially enjoys photographing landscapes, forests, travels, and urban scenes. However, he also gets the privilege to photograph Hugh Manatee, the Institute for the Humanities’ official mascot, as he interacts and explores the humanities and all they offer. John’s favorite part of the humanities is how they connect in various, interesting, and profound ways with everyday life.”