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Civil War Lecture Series – 2022

Our Civil War Lecture Series has now completed its 12th season! We intend to move to a hybrid format in the spring, so stay tuned!

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2022 Speaker Schedule

  • 4/28: After Appomattox: The Significance of Reconstruction for Understanding the Meaning of the Civil War, presented by William D. Carrigan*
  • 5/26: Through the Heart of Dixie: Sherman's March and American Memory, presented by Anne Sarah Rubin*
  • 6/30: Dreams of War & Peace - The Remarkable Night Life of Civil War Americans, presented by Jonathan W. White*
  • 7/28: The Appomattox Surrender Terms: What They Said and Didn't Say, presented by E. Curt Fields
  • 8/25: George E. Pickett in Life & Legend, presented by Lesley Gordon*
  • 10/13: Seceding from Secession: The Civil War, Politics, and Creation of West Virginia, presented by Eric Wittenberg
  • 10/27: Chamberlain at Round Top: How Historians Work, presented by Patrick Rael*

* Speaker is an OAH Distinguished Lecturer

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