2 edition of Yale in the Civil War found in the catalog.
Yale in the Civil War
|Statement||by Ellsworth Eliot, jr.|
|LC Classifications||E541.Y2 E6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 222 p.|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||32012591|
Spanish Civil War Collection. Spanish Civil War Collection — Original accession — Series Accession m Additional materials, - — Series Accession . The Spanish Civil War Project documented the response of the Tampa Spanish immigrant community to the Spanish Civil War (). The project was partially funded by grants from the Program for Cultural Cooperation between Spain's Ministry of Culture and United States' Universities and from the Florida Humanities : Jana Krentz.
Andrew J. Russell was born in He grew up in Nunda, New York where we earned several commissions as a portrait and landscape painter. In he helped organize a local militia unit for service in the Civil War. Civil War – Its Burden on Women, Peace, and Security March 9, Though she had already taught as an adjunct at Georgetown University for several years, and served as associate director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security, Mayesha Alam knew she wanted more rigor and credibility, both in the world of academia, and in.
Yale University’s Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition announces the winner of the 21 st annual Frederick Douglass Book Prize. The winner of the prize is Amy Murrell Taylor for Embattled Freedom: Journeys through the Civil War’s Slave Refugee Camps (University of North Carolina Press).Taylor holds the Theodore A. Hallam Professorship in History at. Her most recent book, Affairs of Honor: National Politics in the New Republic (Yale University Press), won the Best Book award from the Society of Historians of the Early American Republic, and her edited volume, Alexander Hamilton: Writings (Library of America) was one of .
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Bruce Levine, Half Slave and Half Free: The Roots of the Civil War. Hill and Wang. David Blight, Why the Civil War Came. New York: Oxford University. Charles R. Dew, Apostles of Disunion: Southern Secession Commissioners and the Causes of the Civil War. University of Virginia Press.
Drew G. Faust, Mothers of Invention: Women of the Slaveholding South in the American Civil War. Battle Tactics of the Civil War is a provocative work that should be in the library of the Civil War buff or the student of tactics."—William H.
Leckie, The Historian "Griffith’s thoughtful and provocative study challenges the idea that the rifled musket transformed tactics during the Civil War. An authoritative history of the Greek Civil War and its profound influence on American foreign policy and the post–Second World War period In his comprehensive history André Gerolymatos demonstrates how the Greek Civil War played a pivotal role in the shaping of policy and politics in post–Second World War Europe and America and was a key starting point of the Cold War.
The book is based on his dissertation, “Embattled Memories: Union Veterans and Their Unending Civil War,” which won both the George W.
Egleston Prize (best U.S. history dissertation) and the university-wide John Addison Porter Prize in His adviser was David Blight, and his committee included John Demos and Bruno Cabanes. Blight maintains a professional web site at and his lectures for the course, “The Civil War and Reconstruction Era,” are available on line at the Yale University web site, InBlight chaired the jury for non-fiction for the National Book Award.
The Civil War ended years ago, but as Faulkner reminded us, it’s still present. Democratic presidential candidates are proposing reparations, universities are already paying them, and from incarceration to mortgages, the perceived continuity of slavery and Jim Crow with contemporary experiences of racism and inequality is now a constant.
This course explores the causes, course, and consequences of the American Civil War, from the s to The primary goal of the course is. John Fabian Witt is Allen H. Duffy Class of Professor of Law at Yale Law School.
He is the author of a number of books, including Lincoln’s Code: The Laws of War in American History, which was awarded the Bancroft Prize, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, was selected for the American Bar Association's Silver Gavel Award, and was a New York Times Notable Book.
Yale’s collections reflect the immense complexity of the Civil War, from its origins to military campaigns to its aftermath and Reconstruction. Personal memoirs, photographs, art, and music housed at Yale provide color and context to a complicated chapter in American history that still reverberates today.
It took Yale historian Joanne Freeman 17 years and three worn-out desk chairs to write her latest book, “The Field of Blood: Violence in Congress and the Road to Civil War.” Freeman’s book about violence in the antebellum Congress grew out of her.
A New York Times Notable Book of An NPR Best Book of One of Smithsonian's Best History Books of Finalist for the Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize Semifinalist for the PEN/ John Kenneth Galbraith Award "Given the enormous literature on the Civil War era, it’s difficult for a historian to say something genuinely new, but Freeman has managed to do just thatCited by: 3.
The Civil War - which was fought with a new generation of weapons and trench systems similar to those of World War I - has traditionally been portrayed as the first modern war.
Now Paddy Griffith argues that these innovations did not have a significant effect on the outcome or the conduct of the war, and that the conditions of combat were actually little changed from those of earlier times.5/5(1).
The Yale University Press Blog is the official blog of Yale University Press. Founded inthe Log has since chronicled updates and breaking news about authors, books, publishing, museums, awards, contests, events, podcasts, book trailers, and reading. David Blight, a Yale historian and expert on slavery and the Civil War, had a bit stronger reaction to Trump's comments, telling Mother Jones.
So he really said this about Jackson and the Civil War. All I can say to you is that from day one I have believed that Donald Trump's greatest threat to our society and to our democracy is not necessarily his authoritarianism, but his essential.
HIST The Civil War and Reconstruction Era, Genre/Form: History Registers (Lists) Registers: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Eliot, Ellsworth, Yale in the Civil War. New Haven, Yale.
The Civil War and Reconstruction (HIST ) Professor Blight offers an introduction to the course. He summarizes some of the course readings, and discusses the. Post-Civil War America. The library’s general Americana collections for the decades following the Civil War are less extensive than for the ante-bellum era and generally follow themes that resonate with the Yale Collection of Western Americana or the Yale Collection of American Literature.
In contrast to Dr. King's "world house," Dr. Sinha's magisterial accomplishment, The Slave's Cause: A History of Abolition (), suggests a mansion, every room of which exhibits facets of abolitionism, both American and foreign.
In short, The Slave's Cause is an act of Cited by: Constitution of the Confederate States of America; Ma Message to Congress Ma (Indian Affairs) Correspondence between the Confederate Commissioners and Secretary Seward.
Institutional libraries and serious researchers will want a copy of Hughes’s authoritative compilation. Yale graduates with a historical bent should also appreciate this record of the Civil War military service of their scholarly antecedents.
Yale’s Confederates: A Biographical Dictionary is a highly useful and recommended reference book.Crystal Feimster, (Ph.D., Princeton University, ), is a tenured Associate Professor of African American Studies, History and American Studies at Yale University.
Feimster’s academic focus is racial and sexual violence; currently, she is completing a project on rape during the American Civil War.After being hired by Yale in and teaching as a full professor, in Blight was selected to direct the Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition.
His primary focus is on the American Civil War and its aftermath. Blight is chiefly concerned with studying the ways American society grappled with the war in its Alma mater: Michigan State University, University of .