Author Archives: Emerging Civil War

Ongoing C-SPAN3 Coverage of Fourth Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium

Over the last several weeks, our friends at C-SPAN 3 have been airing and re-airing presentations from this year’s Fourth Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium. The coverage will continue throughout the weekend. On Saturday at 2:35 p.m. Eastern, our panel … Continue reading

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November Presentations

November:  2nd: Chris Mackowski, panelist, “Heritage or Harm: public discourse regarding the removal of Confederate Statues from public spaces,” sponsored by School for Conflict Analysis & Resolution (SCAR) at George Mason University, Arlington, VA 4th: Chris Mackowski, panelist, “Considering Confederate statues, memorials & … Continue reading

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ECW Announces Our Full Symposium Line-Up

In September, we shared the news that Scott Hartwig, former supervisory historian at Gettysburg National Military Park, will be the keynote speaker for the Fifth Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge, Aug. 3-5, 2018. In October, we shared … Continue reading

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Battlefield Markers & Monuments: An Ocean Without Monuments

We’re featuring another post from the Emerging Civil War Archives for our Battlefield Markers & Monuments series. In today’s archived article, Dwight Hughes shares his perspective on the lack of monuments or markers commemorating the Civil War conflict at sea. … Continue reading

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Question of the Week: 10/30-11/5/17

What’s the most **haunting quote from the Civil War? If you feel like it, share why it is so important/memorable to you. **That quote that you just can’t forget – doesn’t need to have anything to do with ghosts, ghoulies, … Continue reading

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ECW Week in Review Oct. 23-39

The last full week of October has come to a close and we’ve had a busy week in the lead up to Halloween. Our latest series, Battlefield Markers and Monuments, continues along with C-SPAN’s coverage of the Fourth Annual Emerging Civil War … Continue reading

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Battlefield Markers & Monuments: McKinley’s Monument

We invite you to explore an article from the Emerging Civil War Archives. Chris Kolakowski shared his thoughts about the McKinley Monument at Antietam National Battlefield in 2014. McKinley’s Monument  

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ECW’s October 2017 Newsletter Now Available

You may have noticed that we didn’t send out a September 2017 ECW newsletter—which we explain in the new October 2017 newsletter, now available!

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Ongoing C-SPAN3 Coverage of Fourth Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium

Over the last few weeks, our friends at C-SPAN have aired the presentations from this year’s Fourth Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium. Their coverage of the event continues this Saturday, October 28. At 6 p.m. Eastern, our keynote presentation by … Continue reading

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Question of the Week: 10/23-10/29/17

Last week, we asked about your favorite biography of a Union general. And to keep those book reviews and bookshelves balanced – well, you can probably guess this week’s question: In your opinion, what’s the best biography of a Confederate … Continue reading

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