Battlefield Interpretation

I trust that all of you along the east coast have made the best of this nasty weather and are safe. I am particularly concerned about my small contingent of "fans" in the Virginia Beach - Suffolk area, though I trust that they are also doing just fine. Here in Boston it is raining and [...]

This guest post is by Adam Arenson, assistant professor of history at the University of Texas at El Paso and author of The Great Heart of the Republic: St. Louis and the Cultural Civil War, about the Civil War Era as a battle of three competing visions -- that of the North, South, and West. [...]

According to Brian Schoeneman it does.  That name might right a bell for regular readers of CWM.  On occasion, Brian has commented not so much on the content of my posts, but on my handling of various discussion threads.  Brian is a candidate for Virginia House of Delegates in Fairfax, Virginia.  Recently he toured South [...]

There seems to be a good deal of anticipation for History's upcoming movie, Gettysburg, produced by Ridley and Tony Scott.  I am not one of them.  Audience's will likely experience a visually stimulating and gritty depiction of the actual battle.  The goal of the movie, according to the History website is the following: Executive produced [...]

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