2009 Frederick Douglass Book Award Nominees

I‘m a little late in posting this, but wanted to point your attention to the three finalists for this year’s Frederick Douglass Book Award that is sponsored by Yale’s Gilder-Lehrman […]

Rethinking the Blogger-Publisher Relationship

If you’ve blogged history (and especially the Civil War) long enough than you should be familiar with the following email form: I work for [Insert Publisher Here] and we recently […]

2009 Jules and Frances Landry Award

Congratulations to my friend, Barton Myers, who just found out that his new book, Executing Daniel Bright: Race, Loyalty, and Guerrilla Violence in a Coastal Carolina Community, 1861-1865, has won […]

Steven Hahn Gets It

My summer break is quickly winding down as I try to put the finishing touches on a chunk of my Crater research, including an article on understanding the battle as […]

Teaching Assignment for 2009-10

Last week I found out what I will be teaching for the coming year.  Before I get to that I should mention that the biggest change for me this coming […]