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A Postscript to a Conversation with Hallowed Ground‘s Mary Koik

(a postscript to a four-part series) As a follow-up to my interview with Hallowed Ground editor Mary Koik earlier this month, I asked her, “If a young woman wanted to get into Civil War-related publishing, as a writer or author, … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Hallowed Ground‘s Mary Koik (part four)

(part four of a four-part series) Mary Koik, the namesake behind Mary Koik Communications, serves as the editor of the Civil War Trust’s Hallowed Ground magazine. She’s been talking with ECW Editor-in-Chief Chris Mackowski about her work with the magazine, but … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Hallowed Ground‘s Mary Koik (part three)

(part three of a four-part series) Mark Koik has been editor of the Civil War Trust’s magazine Hallowed Ground for more than a decade. In yesterday’s segment, told ECW Editor-in-Chief Chris Mackowski, “It’s calculus, trying to figure out what to … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Hallowed Ground‘s Mary Koik (part two)

(part two of a four-part series) ECW Editor-in-Chief Chris Mackowski is talking this week with Mary Koik, editor of the Civil War Trust’s magazine, Hallowed Ground. Yesterday, Mary shared a little about her professional background and how the chance the edit the magazine came … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Hallowed Ground‘s Mary Koik (part one)

(part one of a four-part series) For Women’s History Month this year, ECW Editor-in-Chief Chris Mackowski interviewed several women who work in the field of Civil War public history. This week, we share Chris’s conversation with Mary Koik, editor of … Continue reading

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ECW Week in Review March 26-April 1

  March has come to a close here at ECW. This past week we wrapped up our observance of Women’s History Month and previewed this year’s Symposium.  Additionally, spots are still available for the Fifth Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium. … Continue reading

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Women’s History Month: A Retrospective

For more than two decades now, I’ve taken a special interest in Women’s History Month. Some people might consider that to be an unconventional choice for a guy, but as the father of a daughter, I felt a responsibility to … Continue reading

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ECW Week in Review March 4-11

It has been another busy week here at Emerging Civil War. Our authors have been hard at work with more great content. We kicked off Women’s History Month, profiled another  Symposium speaker (tickets are still available here) and highlighted a … Continue reading

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ECW5: “Not too bad for three idiots sitting on a porch.”

The following article originally appeared in the July 2016 issue of Civil War News and appears with the kind permission of editor Jack Melton. The caretaker’s cottage at the Stonewall Jackson Shrine sits behind a tall row of boxwood that obscures … Continue reading

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