Year In Review: Future Of Civil War History

Year in Review-HeaderOne of the special blog series we featured June – August 2016 was “The Future of Civil War History.” As we find ourselves looking back to 2016 from the first day of 2017, it seems appropriate to review this series and gain fresh inspiration for learning, teaching, and sharing in the new year.

The Future of Civil War History gave ECW members and guests—including Civil War Times editor Dana Shoaf—an opportunity to discuss their hopes and concerns for scholarship and public history endeavors. We’ve pulled all the articles into one blog post so you can review your favorites (and make new year’s resolutions).

The Future of Civil War History

And coming up later today: our most-read post of 2016!

The Future of Civil War History: Jim Broomall (part one)

The Future of Civil War History: Jim Broomall (part two)

The Future of Civil War History: Jim Broomall (part three)

The Future of Civil War History: Jim Broomall (part four)

The Future of Civil War History: Kevin Pawlak

The Future of Civil War History: Steve Davis

The Future of Civil War History: Chris Kolakowski

The Future of Civil War History: Ted Savas

The Future of Civil War History: Rob Orrison

The Future of Civil War History: Kelly Mezurek

The Future of Civil War History: Phill Greenwalt

The Future of Civil War History: Eric Wittenberg

The Future of Civil War History: Joe Owen

The Future of Civil War History: Sarah Kay Bierle

The Future of Civil War History: Ted Savas (P.S.)

The Future of Civil War History: Sam Smith

The Future of Civil War History: Dwight Hughes

The Future of Civil War History: Brian Matthew Jordan

The Future of Civil War History: Dan Davis

The Future of Civil War History: Suggested Reading

The Future of Civil War History: Julie Mujic

The Future of Civil War History: Meg Groeling

The Future of Civil War History: Dwight Hughes (part two)

The Future of Civil War History: Chris Mackowski

The Future of Civil War History: A Look Ahead and a Recap

The Future of Civil War History: An Interview with Dana Shoaf (part one)

The Future of Civil War History: An Interview with Dana Shoaf (part two)

The Future of Civil War History: An Interview with Dana Shoaf (part three)

The Future of Civil War History: An Interview with Dana Shoaf (part four)

The Future of Civil War History: An Interview with Dana Shoaf (part five)

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