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About: Brian Craig Miller

Brian Craig Miller is associate professor and associate chair of history at Emporia State University, where he teaches courses in the Early Republic, Civil War and Reconstruction, African American history, and memory in history. Miller is coeditor of the Kent State University Press series The Civil War Era in the South and in 2016 will be Editor of the journal Civil War History. His publications include Empty Sleeves: Amputation in the Civil War South (2015), John Bell Hood and the Fight for Civil War Memory (2010), and The American Memory: Americans and Their History to 1877 (2008), as well as articles and several book reviews. His research has been supported by numerous fellowships, including a Mellon Fellowship from the Huntington Library and the Ballard Breaux Fellowship from the Filson Historical Society. Miller is currently engaged in a study of Walt Disney and Civil War Memory as well as a larger examination of the United Confederate Veterans

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