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Civil War History Journal

June 2016, Volume 62, No. 2

Mar 1st, 2016 | Filed as: CWH Archive, Uncategorized

The Future of Civil War History
by: James J. Broomall, Peter S. Carmichael, and Jill Ogline Titus

Interpreting Race, Slavery, and United States Colored Troops at Civil War Battlefields
by: Emmanuel Dabney, Beth Parnicza, and Kevin M. Levin

From Women’s History to Gender History: Revamping Interpretive Programming at Richmond National Battlefield Park
by: Ashley Whitehead Luskey and Robert M. Dunkerly

Relevance, Resonance, and Historiography: Interpreting the Lives and Experiences of Civil War Soldiers
by: Peter S. Carmichael

“The Broader and Purer Purpose”: Lessons from the Shenandoah Valley’s Monument and Battlefield Landscapes on Introducing Elements of Civil War Memory to General Audiences
by: Jonathan A. Noyalas

The Civil War Battlefield Staff Ride in the Twenty-first Century
by: Christian B. Keller and Ethan S. Rafuse



March 2016, Volume 62, No. 1

Dec 10th, 2015 | Filed as: CWH Archive

Memories of a Rooted Sorrow: The Legacy of the Guerrilla War
by: Daniel E. Sutherland

Distinctions That Must Be Preserved: On the Civil War, American Indians, and the West
by: Khal Schneider

Teaching the Art of Civil War: An Educators’ Forum
featuring: Zachariah Dodson, Joe Foster, Eric Froese, Chris Lese, Kevin M. Levin, and Bob Reinhart



December 2015, Volume 61, No. 4

Sep 11th, 2015 | Filed as: CWH Archive

TORN BONNETS AND STOLEN SILKS: FASHION, GENDER, RACE, AND DANGER IN THE WARTIME SOUTH
by: Joan E. Cashin

GEORGE GORDON MEADE AND THE BOUNDARIES OF NINETEENTH-CENTURY MILITARY MASCULINITY
by: Christopher S. Stowe

HISTORIANS’ FORUM: “BONNET BRIGADES AT 50: REFLECTIONS ON MARY ELIZABETH MASSEY AND GENDER IN CIVIL WAR HISTORY”
featuring: Judith Giesberg, Nina Silber, Joan Cashin, Thavolia Glymph, Lyde Cullen Sizer, Amy Murrell Taylor, Catherine Clinton, and Eileen Brumitt



September 2015, Volume 61, No. 3

Jun 24th, 2015 | Filed as: CWH Archive

REFRAMING THE ANTEBELLUM DEMOCRATIC MAINSTREAM: TRANSATLANTIC DIPLOMACY AND THE CAREER OF PIERRE SOULÉ
by: Jennifer R. Green and Patrick M. Kirkwood

“THE GOD WHO SHIELDED ME BEFORE, YET WATCHES OVER US ALL”: CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS, MENTAL ILLNESS, AND RELIGION
by: Dillon J. Carroll

HISTORIANS’ FORUM ON RECONSTRUCTION
featuring: Charles Calhoun, Jane Turner Censer, Eric Foner, and Andrew Slap



June 2015, Volume 61, No. 2

Mar 20th, 2015 | Filed as: CWH Archive

THE LINCOLN ADMINISTRATION’S NEGOTIATIONS TO COLONIZE AFRICAN AMERICANS IN DUTCH SURINAME
by: Michael J. Douma

NORTH ATLANTIC TRADE IN THE MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY: A CASE FOR PEACE DURING THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR
by: Niels Eichhorn



March 2015, Volume 61, No. 1

Dec 12th, 2014 | Filed as: CWH Archive

THE MEANING OF A UNION SOLDIER’S RACIAL JOKE
By Michael D. Pierson

THE SLAVES’ ELECTION: FRÉMONT, FREEDOM, AND THE SLAVE CONSPIRACIES OF 1856
By: Douglas R. Egerton

RAIMONDO LURGHI REMEMBERED
By Emory M. Thomas



December 2014, Volume 60, No. 4

Sep 15th, 2014 | Filed as: CWH Archive

“WHERE DO WE STAND?”: A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF CIVIL WAR STUDIES IN THE SESQUICENTENNIAL ERA
By Earl J. Hess

REFLECTIONS ON “WHERE DO WE STAND?”
By Jennifer Weber

REFLECTIONS ON “WHERE DO WE STAND?”
By Richard McCaslin

“THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR IN BRITISH MILITARY THOUGHT FROM THE 1880S TO THE 1930s”
By Nimrod Tal

“LETTERS FROM THE MONITOR”: THE CIVIL WAR CORRESPONDENCE OF JACOB NICKLIS, U.S. NAVY
Edited by Jonathan White and Christopher J. Chappell

“HAS THE DEMOGRAPHIC IMPACT OF CIVIL WAR DEATHS BEEN EXAGGERATED?”
By J. David Hacker



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