The Greatest Generation?

Just finished up a lesson on World War II with my U.S. History classes. Unfortunately, two snow days and the county’s reluctance to reschedule the standardized midterm meant that we as a class had to rush through a lot of content by Wednesday. Regardless, this is usually a fun lesson to teach due to theContinue reading “The Greatest Generation?”

2014 Georgia Association of Historians Annual Conference

The past few weeks have been really positive for me. Last week I found out that the Appalachian Studies Association accepted a session proposal that I helped organize. Today I received word that the Georgia Association of Historians (GAH), accepted a session proposal that I helped create. I am incredibly excited about the opportunity toContinue reading “2014 Georgia Association of Historians Annual Conference”

Staying Busy

I’ve neglected this blog for the past few weeks while preparing  paper proposals for different conferences. The process for such is very tedious work, but it pays large dividends in networking and building a resume.  The two Conferences I’ve set my sights on are the Georgia Association of Historians (GAH) conference, set for March 2014, and theContinue reading “Staying Busy”

Stupid Things People Say About the Civil War: Part 2

Well, I must say it was easy to find part two of this series. It literally found me. In the comments section of the last post, Mr/s. Caldwell says: Kinda funny to think that a nation in which slavery was perfectly legal, like the U.S.A, would fight a war to eradicate slavery in a nationContinue reading “Stupid Things People Say About the Civil War: Part 2”

Dav Wants A Response

David Tatum, who runs the blog A True Confederate, wants my attention. It appears that Gary Adams wrote a lengthy rant/questionnaire on the Southern Heritage Preservation Group’s Facebook Page. Since then, Dav posted Gary’s statement on his blog and asked for comments from Corey Meyer, Kevin Levin, Andy Hall and myself. Well Dav, I’ll takeContinue reading “Dav Wants A Response”