Civil War Memory Wants to Partner With You


Are you looking to connect your product or project with a large and engaged community of Civil War enthusiasts? If so, advertising at Civil War Memory may be just what you are looking for.

Civil War Memory is an award-winning blog that has been in continuous operation for 11 years. Readers come from a wide range of backgrounds, including history teachers, popular and academic historians, and Civil War enthusiasts. It is a community that values history education, historic preservation, and embraces the latest scholarship.

What Are People Saying About Civil War Memory?

“For the Civil War buffs among us, it’s really worth spending some time over at Kevin Levin’s blog, Civil War Memory. [I]t’s a great blog dealing in exactly what its title claims.” – Ta-Nehisi Coates, the Atlantic

“Levin’s blog is an insightful look at how Americans remember and commemorate the Civil War. It consists of cogently written short essays, ranging from light-hearted jibes at tacky souvenirs (like a John Wilkes Booth bobblehead assassinating an Abraham Lincoln bobblehead) to a systematic demolition of the neo-Confederate myth that thousands of blacks fought for the Confederacy. His work is so good that in 2011 the Library of Congress made the blog part of its permanent digital collection.” – Mark Grimsley, Professor at Ohio State University

Who Should Consider Advertising at Civil War Memory

This is not meant as an exhaustive list. Please contact me if you think your product or project might be a good fit for this site.

  • Publishers of books, magazines, and journals related to the Civil War, Southern History, and the Nineteenth-Century America
  • Independent Authors
  • History Museums and Historic Sites
  • Teacher Institutes/Workshops
  • Digital History Projects

Past Advertisers

This is not the first time that Civil War Memory has worked with sponsors. Here are a few of our previous sponsors:

  • Civil War Trust
  • Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College
  • Virginia Foundation for the Humanities
  • University of North Carolina Press
  • Abraham Lincoln Book Store
  • Kent State University Press
  • Journal of the Civil War Era
  • Longwood University
  • Terra Foundation for American Art
  • Accessible Archives
  • Paramount Books

Your Options

Civil War Memory offers a number of ways to feature your products and projects. The most popular is the standard 125×125 ad space that you will find in the sidebar on the blog page. Other options include a 300×250 ad in the sidebar. Additional dimensions are also possible. These slots will appear on the full blog page as well as individual post pages. Ad space can also be generated following each single post before the comments.

Just Added: 600×150 slot that appears above the title of all single posts pages.

Important: I will only welcome sponsors whose products and projects I can fully support.

For a limited time I am offering potential advertisers one free month for the available 125×125 slots. Simply send me the ad and after one month we can discuss whether you want to continue as a paying customer.

  • Sponsors have the option to change up their ad as often as they like for the duration.
  • Sponsors should expect to make a minimum 3-month commitment.

Advertisers can also expect that their products and projects will be shared at Civil War Memory’s Facebook page (3,700 likes) and through my twitter feed (3,400 followers).

Sponsored Posts

Over the past few years the number of digital history projects has dramatically increased and are changing how we research, conceptualize, and visualize the past. Many of these projects, however, go unnoticed by the general public.

Authoring a sponsored post offers a unique opportunity to highlight your project and connect with new visitors. Guest posts remain on the blog page for up to one week and as a bonus will then be archived on a special page accessible in the navigation menu.

The sponsored post option is also ideal for museums and other institutions for announcing upcoming teacher institutes, exhibits, and other public events.

Pricing and Closing Thoughts

Please contact me at [KevinMLevin95 [at]] for details regarding pricing options and any other questions you might have. My goal is to make this as positive an experience as possible for all sponsors. I look forward to hearing from you.

Searching for Black Confederates: The Civil War’s Most Persistent Myth

“Levin’s study is the first of its kind to blueprint and then debunk the mythology of enslaved African Americans who allegedly served voluntarily in behalf of the Confederacy.”–Journal of Southern History

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