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Charlottesville Syllabus: Civil War Memory

The Charlottesville Syllabus is a resource created by the University of Virginia's Graduate Student Coalition for Liberation. Also includes materials from Professor Walter D. Greason's Monmouth University course on collective racial violence

Civil War Memory

This page was inspired by historian Holly Genovese's Confederate Memory Reading List, which she posted on the blog of the Society for U.S. Intellectual History. The listed items include books, ebooks, and articles on how Americans' memory of the U.S. Civil War developed over time, and the political and cultural uses of memory of the war since its end in 1865. Understanding the ways in which the memory of the war has been used and abused is a necessary step toward understanding modern conflicts over Confederate memorials across the country.

Books at PSC

Articles

These articles will require patrons to login to the Pensacola State Library website to view them.