Faculty Publications

To view the History Department's faculty publications select from the list below:

Books:

  • Russia and Iran in the Great Game: Travelogues and Orientalism, Routledge, June 2007. Reprinted as a paperback in 2010.
  • Rusiia va iran dar basi-yr bozorg. Safarnamehha va shargh geraii. [Persian], translated by Dr. Elaheh Koolaee and Mohammad Kazem Shojaee, University of Tehran, 2009.
  • Russians in Iran:  Ideology and Domination, co-edited with Rudi Matthee, I.B. Tauris, forthcoming in 2016.

Articles:

  • Russian Government vs. Russian Deserters in Iran in the 19th century:  Russian Orientalism at the State Level,” in Russians in Iran: Ideology and Domination, co-ed. with Rudi Matthee, I.B.Tauris, forthcoming in 2017
  • “Mazanderan in Russian Sources (19th and early 20th centuries),” Majmu’ye-i mogalaat-i nakhostin hamaayesh-i beynalmallali.  Tarikh-i mahalli-yi Mazanderan (Proceedings of the First International Conference on Local History of Mazanderan), edited by Ali Ramazani Pachi, Havzhin Publishers, 2015
  • “Persian Cossack Brigade (1879-1921),” The Encyclopedia of Islam, 3rd edition, part 2016-4, Brill, 2016
  • “Discourse of Empathy:  Images from Central Asia in the Works of Nikolai Karazin (1842 – 1908),” Orientality:  Cultural Orientalism and Mentality, Milano: Silvana Editoriale S.p.A., 2015
  • “First Phase of Colonization:  Russian Villages in Iran in the Early 20th century,” with Morteza Nouraei, Journal of the International Society for Iranian Studies, vol. 46, no.3 (May 2013)
  • Guest Editor, Special Issue:  Power Interplay Between Iran and Russia from the Mid-Seventeenth to the Early Twenty-First Century, “Introduction,” with Maziar Behrooz, Journal of the International Society for Iranian Studies, vol. 46, no. 3 (May 2013)
  • “Zapiski russkikh puteshestvennikov ob Irane,”[Russian], Irano-Slavika, Moscow, 2010, no.1(21)
  • “Mohajerin-i rus wa eskan-i anha dar iran awayel-i qarn-i bist:  marhale-i digar az este’mar ,“ with Morteza Nouraei, [Persian] Journal of Historic Research, Faculty of Letters and Humanities, University of Isfahan, Islamic Republic of Iran, Year 45, New Sequential, no. 4, Winter 2010
  • “N. Karazin. Camp on Amu Daria,” translation from Russian, with Mark E. Woodcock, Metamorphosis, Spring 2010
  • "Singer of the Caucasus' Aliab'ev and the Beginning of Russian Orientalism in Music," in Muraqqa'e Sharqi:  Studies in Honor of Peter Chelkowski, Aiep, Repubblica S Marino, 2007
  • “Relationship between Iran and Russia,” Encyclopaedia Iranica, ed. Ehsan Yarshater, University of Columbia, 2013
  • "Russians at the Court of Mahammad-Ali Shah," Encyclopaedia Iranica, ed. Ehsan Yarshater, University of Columbia, 2010
  • “Russian Travelers to Iran in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries,” Encyclopaedia Iranica, ed. Ehsan Yarshater, University of Columbia, 2005
  • “Russian Enterprises in Iran,” with Irina Pavlova, Encyclopadeia Iranica, ed. Ehsan Yarshater, University of Columbia, 2010
  • “Iran in World War I,” Encyclopedia of World War I:  A Political, Social, and Military History.  Santa Barbara:  ABC-CLIO, 2005
  • “Iran in World War II,” Encyclopedia of World War II:  A Political, Social, and Military History. Santa Barbara:  ABC-CLIO, 2004
  • “Travelogues of Berezin, a Nineteenth-Century Russian in Iran,” in Society and Culture in Qajar Iran: Studies in Honor of Hafez Farmayan, Mazda Publishers, 2002
  • “The Work of Sadiq Hedayat and Problems of His Artistic Method: 1903-51,”  [Russian], Bulletin of Moscow State University, sec. 13, Orientalism, vol. 2, 1991, pp. 11-20
  • Translation of Dari modern poems and prose into Russian in 79-89: Rasskazy, ocherki, stikhi (‘79-‘89: Short stories, essays, poems), Moscow: Sovetskii pisatel’, 1991. 

Work in progress:

  • Images of Russian Central Asia in the Works of Nikolai Karazin (1842-1908), Ambiguous Triumph under contract with Palgrave Macmillan 

Book Reviews:

  • Moritz Deutschmann, Iran and Russian Imperialism:  The ideal anarchists, 1800-1914 (London: Routledge, 2016), The Russian Review, forthcoming in July 2017
  • Evgeny Sergeev, The Great Game 1856-1907: Russo-British Relations in Central and East Asia (Washington: Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2013), The Journal of Military History.
  • John W. Parker, Persian Dream: Moscow and Tehran Since the Fall of the Shah (Potomac Books, 2008), Political Science Quarterly, Winter 2009-2010.
  • John Tchalenko, Images from the Endgame:  Persia through a Russian Lens 1901-1914 (Saqi, 2006), Journal of the International Society for Iranian Studies, vol. 41, no. 4 (Sept 2008) 
  • Hooshang Talé with Farhad Talé, Iran in the Claws of the Bear: The Failed Soviet Landgrab of 1946 (iUniverse, 2007), The Journal of Military History, October 2007, Vol. 71, no. 4
  • Rudi Matthee, The Pursuit of Pleasure: Drugs and Stimulants in Iranian History, 1500-1900 (Princeton University Press, 2005), Irannameh, 2005.
  • Laurence Kelly, Diplomacy and Murder in Tehran: Alexander Griboedov and the Imperial Mission to the Shah of Iran, (I. B. Tauris, 2002), Iranian Studies, Vol. 36, No. 3 (September 2003).

Articles:

  • “Engineered Zuluness: Language, Education, and Ethnic Identity in South Africa, 1835 1990,” Journal of the Middle East and Africa 10 (3) (Sep., 2019), 211-235.

  • “Struggles of Land, Language and Identity in Post-Apartheid South Africa: The Case of the Hlubi,” Journal of the Middle East and Africa 9 (1) (Jul., 2018): 1-26.

  • “What’s in a Word: Historicizing the Word ‘Caffre’ in European Discourses about Southern Africa, 1500-1800,” Journal of Southern African Studies 44 (1) (2018): 59-75.

  • “The True Napoleon of the West: General Winfield Scott’s Mexico City Campaign and the Origins of the U.S. Army’s Combined-Arms Combat Division,” The Journal of Military History 76 (3) (July 2012): 649-671. Distinguished Writing Award, Army Historical Foundation (2012).

  • “On Heroes and Villains: The Times’ Reporting on the Cape Colony’s Frontier Wars, 1818-1853,” South African Military History Journal/Krygshistoriese Tydskrif 15 (6) (December 2012): 207-214.

  • “Treacherous Savages & Merciless Barbarians: Knowledge, Discourse, and Violence during the Cape Frontier Wars, 1834 -1853,” The Journal of Military History 74 (3) (July 2010): 709-735.

  • “The First Mississippi Volunteer Regiment in the Mexican War, 1846-1848,” The Journal of Mississippi History 69 (1) (June 2007): 63-78.

Books:

  • Divided by the Word: Colonial Encounters and the Remaking of Zulu and Xhosa Identities (The University of Virginia Press, Reconsiderations in Southern African History Series; forthcoming Spring 2022).

Books

  • Co-editor with Susanna Elm, The Late (Wild) Augustine: Context and Consequences, Paderborn: Ferdinand Schöningh Verlag/Brill, forthcoming 2020.

Book Chapters

  • “Rewilding the Late Augustine in Fifth-Century Gaul: Gennadius of Marseilles’s De uiris illustribus,” in The Late (Wild) Augustine: Context and Consequences, edited by Susanna Elm and Christopher M. Blunda, Paderborn: Ferdinand Schöningh Verlag/Brill, forthcoming 2020.

Book Reviews

  • Review of The Myth of Pelagianism by Ali Bonner. Reading Religion. July 2020.
  • Review of Being Christian in Vandal Africa: The Politics of Orthodoxy in the Post-Imperial West by Robin Whelan. Reading Religion. January 2019.

Books:

  • The Brusilov Offensive, in Decisive Battles of the Twentieth-Century Series.  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2008.
  • Russia at War, 2 vols. Editor. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2014.
  • Personal Perspectives, World War I.  Editor.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2005.
  • Personal Perspectives, World War II.  Editor.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2005.

Articles:

  • "The Eastern Front", 1914-1918 online.  International Encyclopedia of the First World War sponsored by the Free University of Berlin, the Bavarian State Library, and the German Research Fund, 2013.
  • "The Brusilov Offensive," Essays on World War I.  In the Center for Hungarian Studies and Publications Series, Eastern European Monographs. Edited by Peter Pastor and Graydon Tunstall.  New York: Columbia University Press, 2012. Pp. 89-110.

Reviews:

  • Review of Anne Applebaum, Iron Curtain: The Crushing of Eastern Europe, 1944-1956.  Mars & Clio, July 2014.
  • Review of Guenther Bischof, Fritz Plasser, and Barbara Stelzl-Marx, eds.  New Perspectives on Austrians and World War II.  Global War Studies (electronic journal), September 2012.
  • Review of David Fraser’s Daviborshch’s Cart:  Narrating the Holocaust in Australian War Crimes Trials.  H-German electronic network, August 2012.
  • Review of Sean McMeekin’s The Russian Origins of the First World War.  Journal of Military History, April 2012.

Presentations:

  • "Kosciuszko at West Point", presented by invitation to the "Purest Son of Freedom" conference held at the Hungarian National Military Museum to commemorate the Kosciuszko Memorial Year, 27 September 2017
  • "Ethnic Minorities and the Russian War Effort, 1914-1917", presented by invitation to the Forschungskolloquium zu neuer europaische Geschichte at the Free University of Berlin, January 2015.
  • "Now *This* Is the War We All Wanted: Why the Eastern Front Matters", presented by invitation to the conference, A Struggle on Five “Fronts”: World War I in Embassies, on Land, at Sea, at Home, and within Coalitions, co-sponsored by UNC-Chapel Hill, King’s College, London, and the Triangle Institute for Security Studies, 2014.
  • "Losing Isn't Everything: The Role of Russian Politics in the Russo-Japanese War", presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Military History, Washington, D.C., 2012.

Books:

  • Cultura militar española: modernistas, tradicionalistas y liberales. Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2014.
  • Ed., Warfare in Europe, 1919-1938. (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2008).
  • Franco: Soldier, Commander, Dictator. Washington D.C.: Potomac, 2005.
  • Irrational Triumph: Cultural Despair, Military Nationalism, and the Ideological Origins of Franco’s Spain. Reno: University of Nevada Press, 2002.
  • Co-ed., War in the Age of Technology: Myriad Faces of Modern Armed Conflict. New York: New York University Press, 2001.

Selected Book Chapters:

  • “Muslim Soldiers in a Spanish Crusade: Tomás García Figueras, Mulai Ahmed er Raisuni, and the Ideological Context of Spain’s Moroccan Soldiers”, in Eric Storm and Ali Al Tuma, eds., Colonial Soldiers in Europe, 1914-1945: “Aliens in Uniform” in Wartime Societies (Oxford: Routledge, 2016).
  • “Military Memories, History, and the Myth of Hispano-Arabic Identity in the Spanish Civil War,” in Aurora Morcillo, ed., Memory and Cultural History of the Spanish Civil War: Realms of Oblivion (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2013).
  • "Rico Avello en Marruecos," in Juan Pan-Montojo, ed., El sueño republicano de Manuel Rico Avello (1886-1939). (Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2011).
  • "The Practice and Politics of Spanish Counterinsurgency, 1895-1936," in Brian D. Bunk, Sasha D. Pack, and Carl-Gustaf Scott, eds., Nation and Conflict in Modern Spain: Essays in Honor of Stanley G. Payne (Madison: Parallel Press, 2008), pp. 137-150.
  • “Dangerous Neutrality: Spain, the Great War, and Modern Catalan Nationalism,” in Douglas Mackaman and Michael Mays, eds., World War I and the Cultures of Modernity (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2000), pp. 117-124.

Selected Articles:

  • "Tyranny, Communism, and U.S. Policy in Equatorial Guinea, 1968-1979," Diplomatic History 43, n. 4 (Sept 2019), pp. 699-728.
  • “Recepción literaria y cultura bélica: la Generación del 98, Ricardo Burguete, y el nacionalismo militar en España,” Bulletin of Spanish Studies, Vol. LXXXIV, n. 7 (2007), pp. 871-888.
  • “The Peculiarities of ‘Spanish Morocco’: Imperial Ideology and Economic Development,” Mediterranean Historical Review 20, n. 1 (2005), pp. 80-101.
  • “Military Nationalism and the State: The Case of Fin-de-Siècle Spain,” Nations and Nationalism 6, n. 2 (April 2000), pp. 257-274.
  • “Moral Strength through Material Defeat? The Consequences of 1898 for Spanish Military Culture,” War & Society 17, n. 2 (Oct. 1999), pp. 25-39. 
  • “The Spanish-Moroccan Military Campaigns in the Context of European Colonial History,” RUHM, Vol. 8, Nº 16 (2019), pp. 17-40

Books:

  • Taking Off:  The Foundations of American Commercial Aviation, 1918-1938. College Station: Texas A&M University Press (forthcoming, spring 2019)

  • Associate Editor, Encyclopedia of Military Science. Edited by G. Kurt Piehler and M. Houston Johnson V. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, 2013.

Articles:

  • “The Air War: Germany and Italy.” In The Oxford Handbook on World War II, edited by G. Kurt Piehler. New York, NY: Oxford University Press (forthcoming, publication expected fall 2018).

  • "Laying Foundations: New Deal Public Works and Aviation Infrastructure." Journal of Policy History vol. 30, no. 4 (Fall 2018).

  • “‘A Honey of a Field:’ The Development of McGhee Tyson Airport, 1927-1937.” Journal Of East Tennessee History vol. 89, 2017.

Reviews:

  • Review of Beneficial Bombing: The Progressive Foundations of American Air Power, 1917-1945, by Mark Clodeflter. War In History Book Reviews 22/3, July 2015.

  • Review of The Next War in the Air: Britain’s Fears of the Bomber, 1908-1941, by Brett Holman. Journal of Military History, October 2014.

  • Review of Empire of the Air: Aviation and the American Ascendancy by Jenifer van Vleck. Journal of Military History, April 2014.

Other:

  • “When America Took to the Air.” With Good Reason with Sarah McConnell. National Public Radio, August 30, 2014.

  • “Northrop Grumman.” In the Encyclopedia of Military Science. Edited by G. Kurt Piehler and M. Houston Johnson V. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, 2013.

  • Co-author, “Physical Fitness.” In the Encyclopedia of Military Science. Edited by G. Kurt Piehler and M. Houston Johnson V. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, 2013.

Articles:

  • “Opium Slavery: Civil War Veterans and Opiate Addiction,” The Journal of the Civil War Era 10, no. 2 (June 2020): 185-212
  • “The Opioid Addiction Crisis and Racism: A Long, Troubled History” Psychiatric Times 38, no. 6 (June 2021): 41-42
  • “The Life and Death of Frank Clewell, Confederate Veteran: Microhistory and the Civil War-Era South,” North Carolina Historical Review 98, no. 3 (July 2021):168-201

Book Chapters:

  • “Buying and Selling Health and Manhood: Civil War Veterans and Opiate Addiction ‘Cures’,” in Buying and Selling Civil War Memory in Gilded Age America, ed. Caroline E. Janney and James Marten (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2021), 31-47
  • “‘Still Raging in These Fools’ Minds’: Civil War Memory in Red Dead Redemption 2,” in Playing at War: Identity & Memory in American Civil War Video Games, ed. Patrick A. Lewis and James Welborn, (under contract with Louisiana State University Press, forthcoming 2022)

Articles:

  • “Weather and the Jacobite Rebellion of 1719” Environment and History, 23, no. 2 (2017): 197-216
  • “Herring Politics: The Decline of the Northern Scottish Herring Fishing Industry c. 1660-1707” International Journal of Maritime History, 31, no. 4 (2019)
  • “The Cold Pulse of the 1690s and the Consequences of Scotland's Failure to Cope” Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 389 (2020)

Book:

  • The Road to Black Ned's Forge:  A Story of Race, Sex, and Trade on the Colonial American Frontier.  Charlottesville:  University of Virginia Press, 2014.

Journal Articles:

  • McCleskey, Turk and James C. Squire. “Knowing When to Fold: Litigation on a Writ of Debt in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Virginia.” William and Mary Quarterly 76, no. 3 (2019): 509-544.
  • McCleskey, Turk and James C. Squire. “Court-yard Crowds in Colonial Virginia.” Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History 49, no. 3 (2016): 92-100.
  • Sen, Tinni, Turk McCleskey, and Atin Basuchoudhary. "When Good Little Debts Went Bad: An Empirical Study of Small Claims Litigation on the Virginia Frontier, 1745-1755." Journal of Interdisciplinary History 46, no. 1 (Summer 2015): 60-89.
  • McCleskey, Turk and James C. Squire. "Random Selection of Petit Jurors on the Colonial Virginia Frontier, 1746-1755." Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History 47, no. 3 (2014): 128-137.
  • McCleskey, Turk and James C. Squire, "Pennsylvania Credit in the Virginia Backcountry, 1746-1755." Pennsylvania History 81, no. 2 (2014):207-255.
  • "Quarterly Courts in Backcountry Counties of Colonial Virginia." Journal of Backcountry Studies 7, no. 2 (2012): 47-57. http://libjournal.uncg.edu/index.php/jbc/article/view/570/330
  • "Rich Land, Poor Prospects: Real Estate and the Formation of a Social Elite in Augusta County, Virginia, 1738-1770." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 98, no. 3 (1990): 449-486.

Contributions to books:

  • “Shadow Land: Provisional Real Estate Claims and Anglo-American Settlement in Southwestern Virginia.” In The Southern Colonial Backcountry: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Frontier Communities, edited by David C. Crass et al., 56-68. Chattanooga: Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1998.
  • “The Price of Conformity: Class, Ethnicity, and Local Authority on the Colonial Virginia Frontier.” In Diversity and Accommodation: Essays on the Cultural Composition of the Virginia Frontier, edited by Michael J. Puglisi, 213-226. Chattanooga: Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1997.
  • "Archaeology and the New Frontier History." In The Archaeology of 18th-Century Virginia, edited by T. Reinhart & D.W. Sanford, 273-281. Richmond: Council of Virginia Archaeologists & Archaeological Society of Virginia, 1996.

Encyclopedia entries:

  • “Israel Christian.” In Dictionary of Virginia Biography, 2d ed. Richmond: Library of Virginia, 2005.
  • "Dunmore's War." In The American Revolution, 1775-1783: An Encyclopedia, edited by Richard L. Blanco. New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1993.
  • "John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore." Ibid.

Non-juried essay (but still mighty entertaining):

  • "Relic of Two Revolutions."  Augusta Historical Bulletin 38 (2002):65-71.

Book reviews:

  • Review of Murder in the Shenandoah: Making Law Sovereign in Revolutionary Virginia, by Jessica K. Lowe. William and Mary Quarterly (July 2020): 503-507 
  • Review of An American Genocide:  The United States and the California Indian Catastrophe, 1846-1873, by Benjamin Madley.  Journal of Military History (Oct. 2017):  1164-1165.
  • Review of Jefferson's Freeholders and the Politics of Ownership in the Old Dominion, by Christopher Michael Curtis. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 121, no. 2 (2013): 180-182.
  • Review of American Insurgents, American Patriots: The Revolution of the People, by T. H. Breen. Journal of Southern History 78 (Feb. 2012): 151-152.
  • Review of Buying into the World of Goods: Early Consumers in Backcountry Virginia, by Ann Smart Martin. Journal of Social History 44 (Fall 2010): 285-288.
  • Review of World of Toil and Strife: Community Transformation in Backcountry South Carolina, 1750-1805, by Peter N. Moore. Journal of Southern History 74 (Aug. 2008): 717-718.
  • Review of The Planting of New Virginia: Settlement and Landscape in the Shenandoah Valley, by Warren R. Hofstra. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 37 (Winter 2006): 466-468.
  • Review of Breaking the Backcountry: The Seven Years' War in Virginia and Pennsylvania, 1754-1765, by Matthew C. Ward. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 112, no. 2 (2004): 188-190.
  • Review of From British Peasants to Colonial American Farmers, by Allan Kulikoff. Journal of Social History 37 (Winter 2003): 556-558.
  • Review of The Fabulous History of the Dismal Swamp Company: A Story of George Washington's Times, by Charles Royster. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 109, no. 4 (2001): 420-421.
  • Review of Benedict Arnold, Revolutionary Hero: An American Warrior Reconsidered, by James Kirby Martin. Journal of Military History 63 (January 1999): 177-179.
  • Review of Border Life: Experience and Memory in the Revolutionary Ohio Valley, by Elizabeth A. Perkins. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 106, no. 4 (1998): 484-485.
  • Review of Undaunted Courage:  Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West, by Stephen E. Ambrose.  Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 105, no. 4 (1997): 475-476.
  • Review of Escape in America: The British Convention Prisoners, 1777-1783, by Richard Sampson. Journal of Military History (1996): 156-157.
  • Review of The Price of Nationhood: The American Revolution in Charles County, by Jean B. Lee. Journal of Military History (July 1995): 527-529.
  • Review of Palatines, Liberty, and Property: German Lutherans in Colonial British America, by A.G. Roeber. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 102, no. 4 (1994): 555-557.
  • Review of Appalachian Frontiers:  Settlement, Society, and Development in the Preindustrial Era, edited by Robert D. Mitchell, Journal of Economic History 52 (December 1992): 963-965.

Books:

  • Britain’s Economic Blockade of Germany, 1914-1919. London: Frank Cass, 2004.
  • Cruisers and Battle Cruisers: A History of their Impact. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2004.
  • Destroyers. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2004.
  • The Battle of Heligoland Bight. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, to be published in 2006.

Articles:

  • "The Ulcer of the Mughal Empire:  The Mughal Maratha Wars 1680-1707." Small Wars and Insurgencies, Vol. 31 (5), 2020, 988-1009 
  • “Clear Victories and Messy Conclusions: Reflections on the British Victory at Megiddo (1918) and its Consequences for the Post-War World.” Historian, Vol. 80 (3), Fall 2018, 497-508.
  • “The Naval War of World War One,” for 1914-1918online.com. Published in August 2014.
  • Five essays on topics in Indian History for the World at War: Understanding Conflict and Society. ABC-CLIO, 2012. Worldatwar.abc-clio.com
  • “People Come First:  Admiral Harry Felt.”  Case Studies of Operational, Strategic, Diplomatic, and Naval Leadership.  Naval War College, 2010.
  • “International Law versus Military Expediency: Great Britain’s World War I Economic Blockade of Germany.” Appeared in Proceedings of the American Historical Association, 2004.

Book Reviews:

  • Book Review of Terrell Gottschall: By Order of the Kaiser: Otto von Diederichs and the Rise of the Imperial German Navy, 1865-1902. Appeared 2003 in Journal of Military History
  • Book Review of Martin Horn: Britain, France, and the Financing of the First World War. Appeared 2004 in Journal of Military History
  • Book Review of Kevin Stubbs: Race to the Front: The Material Foundations of Coalition Strategy in the Great War. Appeared 2004 in Journal of Military History

Book Reviews:

Lawrence McDonnell, Performing Disunion: The Coming of the Civil War in Charleston, South Carolina (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018), H-Nationalism, forthcoming.

William L. Barney, Rebels in the Making: The Secession Crisis and the Birth of the Confederacy (New York: Oxford University Press, 2020), The Annals of Iowa, 80, no. 2 (2021).

William Cooper, Approaching Civil War and Southern History (Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 2019), Journal of the Civil War Era, 10, no. 3 (2020).

Erik Mathisen, The Loyal Republic: Traitors, Slaves, and the Remaking of Citizenship in Civil War America (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2018), Journal of Southern History, 85, no. 4 (2019).

Bloody Engagements: John R. Kelso’s Civil War. Christopher Grass, ed. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2017), Civil War History, 64, no. 3 (2018).

Louis P. Masur, Lincoln's Last Speech: Wartime Reconstruction and the Crisis of Reunion (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015), Newsletter for the Society of Civil War Historians, Winter 2017.

Wallace Hettle, The Confederate Homefront: A History in Documents (Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 2017), The Civil War Monitor, October 2017.

Anne Sarah Rubin, Through the Heart of Dixie: Sherman’s March and American Memory (UNC Press, 2014), American Nineteenth Century History, May 2016.

Jonathan White, Emancipation, The Union Army, and the Reelection of Abraham Lincoln (LSU Press, 2014), Civil War History, 61, no. 4 (2015).