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One of the special blog series we featured June – August 2016 was “The Future of Civil War History.” As we find ourselves looking back to 2016 from the first day of 2017, it seems appropriate to review this series and gain fresh … Continue reading
In June, we riffed on the topic of “The Future of Civil War History,” inspired by that month’s issue of the journal Civil War History. As part of the series, we promised you a conversation with Civil War Times editor … Continue reading
Understanding a historical period such as the Civil War and judging it are two different processes. Understanding must come first or judging simply becomes prejudice, that is, “pre-judging.” This is as true when viewing ancestors as when evaluating contemporary people … Continue reading
The View from 32,000 Feet: The American Civil War in Today’s World In May 2016, I flew with my family to Orlando for a long-awaited trip to Disney World. I brought the newest issue of Civil War History on the … Continue reading
We’ve spent this month considering “The Future of Civil War History.” What do YOU think the future of the field might look like?