Teaching

Just wanted to give those of you in the Boston area and beyond a heads-up as to where I will be speaking in the next few months.  It should come as no surprise that most of these talks will be about my Crater book.  I will have books with me and am more than happy [...]

When I left the classroom last year I was still wedded to the traditional history textbook.  I supplemented my text with a wide range of digital tools and resources, but the text itself had not changed.  My experience with e-textbooks has been very limited until now.  For the next four months I will be working [...]

As part of my recent weekend with the Civil War Trust I took part in a tour of downtown Charleston.  The organization made arrangements with a number of guides, most of which were at least somewhat knowledgeable.  Unfortunately, my guide was an absolute disgrace and at times reckless with his interpretation of one of the [...]

Next week I head down to Charleston, South Carolina for the Civil War Trust's annual teachers institute.  This is my third year working with CWT and it's always a rewarding experience.  My talk is on the history of Civil War monuments and how they can be integrated into the classroom.  As a preface to my [...]

On Friday I am heading down to Gettysburg to take part in the Civil War Institute's annual conference at Gettysburg College. Unfortunately, my move to Boston prevented me from taking part in last year's institute so I am very excited about being able to attend this time around. The theme this year is "The Civil [...]

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