Next week's Foundry Series event, Opioid Addiction After the Civil War, features Jonathan Jones of Binghamton University. Jonathan was kind
Jefferson C. Davis is probably best remembered for two things: the similarity of his name to the President of the Confederate States (Jefferson F. Davis, twenty years his senior and not related), and for killing a
We regularly hear from educators, parents, and scholars how challenging it can be to teach the Civil War era and its legacies. From gulfs between the academic scholarship and public understanding of the history, to a politicization of
Ana Edwards is a member of the Southern Ambitions Mellon project and a part of our Visitor Engagement staff.
“You snooze, you lose.” A wealthy nineteenth century merchant in India expresses his
We're looking forward to Michael K. Shaffer speaking at both Appomattox and Richmond later this month. Make plans to come out on