Civil War History
Published by The Kent State University Press
Brian Craig Miller, Editor
Civil War History is the leading scholarly journal of the Civil War era in American history. It covers the entire scope of the conflict, from the genesis of the sectional crisis through Reconstruction and beyond, highlighting the ramifications of the war on society. Its topics include slavery and abolition, antebellum and Reconstruction politics, diplomacy, social and cultural developments in mid–nineteenth century America, and military history. Established in 1955, it is published quarterly by
The Kent State University Press.
Careful examination of this history is of continuing relevance for American political and intellectual life. The Philosophy Documentation Center is cooperating with KSU Press to make this important journal more widely accessible.
· ISSN 0009-8078 (print) · Quarterly · Access and subscription options forthcoming ·
· ISSN 1533-6271 (online) · Online access will include an archive of back issues ·
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