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Professor Susan-Mary Grant
A Tale of Two Cities: The American Civil War2023
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
'Hold the Fort': Securing the Soldiers' State in Nineteenth-Century America2023
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
‘Dere never wuz a war like dis war’: The WPA Narratives and the Emotional Echoes of the Civil War2021
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
‘The Kindness of Strangers: Soldiers, Surgeons, Civilians and Conflict Intimacies in the American Civil War.’2020
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
“My Daddy…He Was a Good Man”: Gendered Genealogies and Memories of Enslaved Fatherhood in America’s Antebellum South2020
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
"The contraband’s death is more miserable than her life": violence, visibility, and the medicalization of freedom in the American Civil War2019
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Holmes’ front: constructing a new face of battle for America’s Civil War2019
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Toward a topography of national trauma: mapping the past onto the future of American nationalism2019
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
In War Time: Dialectics of Descent, Consent, and Conflict in American Nationalism2018
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Promised land, chosen people: the landscapes and ligaments of American nationalism2018
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Oliver Wendell Holmes. Jr.: Civil War Soldier, Supreme Court Justice2016
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
When the Fires Burned Too Close to Home: southern women and the dislocations of the home front in the American Civil War2016
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Civil War Cybernetics: Medicine, Modernity, and the Intellectual Mechanics of Union2015
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Disembodied Identities: Civil War Soldiers, Surgeons, and the Medical Memories of Combat.2015
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Parade's End: A Sesquicentennial Snapshot of Civil War Soldiers, Civilians and Veterans2015
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
"Mortal in this season": Union Surgeons and the Narrative of Medical Modernisation in the American Civil War2014
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Characteristics and Contours: Mapping American History in Europe2014
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
A Concise History of the United States of America2012
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
The Lost Boys: Citizen-Soldiers, Disabled Veterans, and Confederate Nationalism in the Age of People’s War2012
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Conflict and Commemoration: Centennials, Sesquicentennials and the Ongoing Battle over America's History2011
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Constructing a commemorative culture: American veterans and memorialization from Valley Forge to Vietnam2011
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Themes of the American Civil War: The War Between the States2010
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
A Season of War: Warriors, Veterans and Warfare in American Nationalism.2009
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
'Former Confederate and Union Soldiers in Reconstruction.'2008
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Reconstructing the National Body: Masculinity, Disability and Race in the American Civil War2008
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Reimagined Communities: Union veterans and the reconstruction of American nationalism2008
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
'A Study in Scarlett O'Hara?' The South in the Writings of Arthur Conan Doyle2007
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
To Bind Up the Nation's Wounds: Women and the American Civil War2007
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Americans, Forging a New Nation, 1860-19162006
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Assuming the burden: Europe and the American commitment to War in Vietnam2006
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Landscapes of memory2006
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Review of: Defining moments: African American commemoration and political culture in the south, 1863-19132006
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Review of: Honoring the civil war dead: Commemoration and the problem of reconciliation2006
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Review of: Southern womanhood and slavery: A biography of Louisa S. McCord, 1810-18792006
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Review of: The Civil War era: An anthology of sources2006
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
The War for a Nation : the American Civil War2006
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
John Brown's body: Slavery, violence, and the culture of war2005
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Lincoln's last months.2005
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Raising the dead: War, memory and American national identity2005
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
When was the first new nation? Locating America in a national context2005
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Women and the American Civil War. An annotated bibliography by Theresa McDevitt.2005
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Abraham Lincoln and Civil War America: A biography2004
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Free hearts and free homes: Gender and American antislavery politics2004
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Lincoln2004
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Nat Turner: A slave rebellion in history and memory2004
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Patriot Graves: American national identity and the Civil War dead2004
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Southern Writers and the Civil War2004
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
The longest night: A military history of the Civil War [book review]2004
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
The Slavery Debate2004
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
"When the Yankees came: conflict and chaos in the occupied South" and "Yankeys now: Immigrants in the antebellum United States, 1840-1860" [book reviews]2003
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Civil War America: Making a nation, 1848-18772003
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Legacy of Disunion: The Enduring Significance of the American Civil War2003
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Lincoln's moral vision: The Second Inaugural Address2003
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Still fighting the Civil War: The American south and southern history2003
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
New Light on the Lady with the Lamp2002
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
New light on the Lady with the Lamp - Florence Nightingale's influence on medical care in the Crimea and the US Civil War2002
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Personal property: Wives, white slaves, and the market in women2002
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
The peculiar democracy: Southern democrats in peace and Civil War2002
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
The slave power: The free North and Southern domination, 1780-18602002
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Women, America, and movement: Narratives of relocation2002
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Lincoln's world: Virtues, values and violence in the Civil War era (A review essay of new publications by Timothy R. Mahoney, Amy Dru Stanley, Duane Schultz and Walter B. Stevens)2001
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Scarlett doesn't live here anymore: Southern women in the Civil War era2001
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
For God & country: Why men joined up for the US Civil War2000
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
For God and Country: Why Men Joined Up for the US Civil War2000
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
North Over South: Northern Nationalism and American Identity in the Antebellum Era2000
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
North Over South: northern nationalism and American identity in the antebellum Era2000
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Not in the pipeline (The British American Nineteenth Century Historians' association) [Letter]2000
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
The American Civil War: Explorations and Reconsiderations2000
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Civil War Boston: Home front and battlefield1999
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Creating the new woman: the rise of women's progressive culture in Texas, 1893-19181999
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Henry Hughes and proslavery thought in the old south1999
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
In hope of liberty: Culture, community, and protest among northern free blacks, 1700-18601999
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Linking arms together: American Indian treaty visions of law and peace, 1600-1800.1999
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
More than chattel: black women and slavery in the Americas.1999
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
No constitutional right to be ladies: women and the obligations of citizenship1999
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
Serfdom and slavery: studies in legal bondage.1999
Professor Susan-Mary Grant
The devil's lane: sex and race in the early South.1999