Julie A. Mujic is an Adjunct Professor at Capital University and a freelance indexer. She graduated from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business in 2001 and was a Financial Analyst for General Electric before pursuing a Ph.D. in History from Kent State University. She graduated in 2012 and taught at Sacred Heart University for four years. She moved to Columbus, Ohio, with her family in 2016 and teaches U.S. history surveys, Ohio history, and U.S. foreign policy at Capital. Dr. Mujic recently joined the Board of Trustees for the Columbus Historical Society and will serve on the Program Committee for the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Society of Civil War Historians.
Dr. Mujic has a forthcoming book from Fordham University Press titled Why They Stayed: The Mind of Northern Men in the Civil War Midwest and several essays in collections, including, most recently, “Save a School to Save a Nation: Faculty Responses to the Civil War at Midwestern Universities,” in Lorien Foote and Kanisorn Wongsrichanalai, eds., “So Conceived and So Dedicated”: Intellectual Life in the Civil War Era North (New York: Fordham University Press, 2015). She has also published in The Atlantic and the AHA’s Perspectives on History magazine.