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Civil War Back to School: The George Tyler Moore Center for the Study of the Civil War at Shepherd University

(Part five in a series) To conclude our “Civil War Back-to-School” series, we head to the banks of the Potomac River, not far from Antietam Creek and Antietam National Battlefield—apropos for today—to hear from Dr. James J. Broomall. Jim is … Continue reading

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

The final part of a four-part interview The current issue of the journal Civil War History tackles the topic “The Future of Civil War History”—an idea so big we had to sit down with one of the issue’s co-editors, Dr. … Continue reading

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

part three of a four-part interview We’ve been talking with Dr. James Broomall about “the Future of Civil War History”—a topic he recently helped bring to the forefront in a special issue of the journal Civil War History. That journal, and … Continue reading

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

part two of a four-part interview At the end of last week, we started a conversation with Dr. James Broomall, co-editor of a special issue of the journal Civil War History that looks at “The Future of Civil War History.” … Continue reading

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

part one of a four-part interview What’s the future of Civil War history? That’s the question very much on the mind of Dr. James Broomall these days. Broomall—or “Jim,” as we call him around here at ECW—is the director of … Continue reading

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The Future of Civil War History

  What is the future of Civil War history? That’s the topic of a special June 2016 issue of the academic journal Civil War History. Published by Kent State University Press, the journal features highlights from a 2013 conference sponsored … Continue reading

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