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We have been counting down the most-read posts at ECW written in 2021. We’ve been channeling our inner Kasey Kasem, the greatest of all countdown DJs, to finally get us here, to the number-one spot. The most-read ECW post written … Continue reading
In 2021, the Emerging Civil War Blog hosted five special series, drawing together a variety of perspectives and accounts around particular themes.
We’re just one spot away from ECW’s most-read post written in 2021. Coming in at #2 is a piece by Kevin Pawlak written on January 28, 2021.
While the ongoing pandemic certainly put a dent in our efforts during 2020, Emerging Civil War and our publishers worked hard to make up for lost time. This year brought no less than ten new books, and even a new … Continue reading
We’ve reached #3 on our countdown of most-read ECW posts written in 2021. We’ve been channeling our inner Kasey Kasem, but for this one, it’s time to channel one of ECW’s Polish Chrises.
Let’s face it…2020 was a long year, separated from so many of our friends and colleagues. As things began to open in 2021, we were thrilled to welcome another sold out crowd to Stevenson Ridge for our Seventh Annual Emerging … Continue reading
The ECW Podcast brought an impressive lineup in the year 2021! Turning out—on average—two podcasts a month, we’ve had some brilliant guests chat about everything from preservations to campaigns to newly published books. To browse the list of 2021 podcast, … Continue reading
You’re reading along with the Emerging Civil War Top Ten of 2021. We’re counting down the ten most-read posts written in 2021. I’m your host, trying to channel the “radio voice” of the late, great Kasey Kasem as we count … Continue reading
The ECW YouTube channel is BRIMMING with amazing and engaging content! Our intrepid ECW contributors have trekked to several battlefields to share the stories and strategies behind some of our favorite Civil War battles and campaigns. Not to mention the … Continue reading