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Arch Dalrymple III Department of History

University of Mississippi

Publications by Graduates

Brian Craig Miller (Ph.D., 2006)

John Bell Hood and the Fight for Civil War Memory
(University of Tennessee Press, 2010)

The American Memory: Americans And Their History To 1877
(Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 2008)

Professor Miller is an Assistant Professor of History at Emporia State University.

Gregory S. Taylor (Ph.D., 2005)

The History of the North Carolina Communist Party
(University of South Carolina Press, 2009)

Gregory Taylor is an assistant professor of history at Chowan University in Murfreesboro, North Carolina.

W. Scott Poole (Ph.D., 2001)

Satan in America: The Devil We Know
(Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc. 2009)

The Palmetto State: the Making of Modern South Carolina
(University of South Carolina Press, 2009)

Jack Bass and W. Scott Poole

South Carolina’s Civil War
(Mercer University Press, 2005)

Vale of Tears: New Essays on Religion and Reconstruction
(Mercer University Press, 2005)
Edward J. Blum and W. Scott Poole

Never Surrender: Confederate Memory and Conservatism in the South Carolina Upcountry
(University of Georgia Press, 2004)

Winner of the 2004 George C. Rogers Jr. Book Award of the
South Carolina Historical Society.

W. Scott Poole is an Associate Professor of History and the director of the master’s program in history at the College of Charleston. Poole is the author of several works on the American South.

James M. Gillispie (Ph.D., 2000)

Andersonvilles of the North: The Myths and Realities of Northern Treatment of Civil War Confederate Prisoners
(University of North Texas Press, 2008)

James Gillispie teaches history at Sampson Community College in Clinton, North Carolina, and has won several teaching awards.

Ben Wynne (Ph.D., 2000)

Mississippi (On The Road Histories)
(Interlink Publishing, 2007)

Mississippi’s Civil War: A Narrative History
(Mercer University Press, 2006)

A Hard Trip:  A History of the 15th Mississippi Infantry, CSA
(Mercer University Press, 2002)

Ben Wynne is the author of a number of works on his home state of Mississippi and the South. Professor Wynne is an Assistant Professor of History at Gainesville State College.

Jennifer W. Ford (M.A., 1997)

The Hour of Our Nation’s Agony: The Civil War Letters of Lt. William Cowper Nelson of Mississippi
Edited by Jennifer W. Ford
(University of Tennessee Press, 2007)

Jennifer W. Ford is the head of special collections and associate professor at the J. D. Willimas Library at the University of Mississippi, where the collection containing Lieutenant Nelson’s letters and other family documents is held.

Paul Christopher Anderson (Ph.D., 1998)

Blood Image:  Turner Ashby in the Civil War and the Southern Mind
(Louisiana State University Press, 2002)

Issued in paperback (2007)

George Armstrong Custer: The Indian Wars and the Battle of the Little Bighorn ) The Library of American Lives and Times)
( 2004)

Robert E. Lee: Legendary Commander of the Confederacy
(The Library of American Lives and Times)
( 2003)

The author is an Associate Professor of History and Alumni Master Teacher at Clemson University.

J. Michael Butler (Ph.D., 2001)

Victory After The Fall
(NewSouth, Inc. 2007)
Rev. H. K. Matthews with J. Michael Butler

J. Michael Butler is an Associate Professor of history at Flagler College.

Mark Newman (Ph.D., 1993)

Poverty and Progress in the U.S. South since 1920
U Uitgeverij, 2006)
Suzanne W. Jones and Mark Newman

Divine Agitators: The Delta Ministry and Civil Rights in Mississippi
(University of Georgia Press, 2004)

Getting Right with God:  Southern Baptists and
Desegregation, 1945-1995

(UA Press, 2002)

Winner of the Southern Regional Council’s Smith Book Award

Mark Newman teaches in the School of History and Classics at the University of EdinburghUK

Stephen P. Budney (Ph.D., 2000)

William Jay: Abolitionist & Anticolonialist
Praeger Publishers, 2005)

Stephen P. Budney is Associate Professor of History at Pikeville College

Susan C. Ditto (Ph.D., 1998)

Affect & Power: Essays on Sex, Slavery, Race, and Religion in Appreciation of Winthrop D. Jordan
David J. Libby, Paul Spickard, Susan Ditto, eds.
(University Press of Mississippi, 2005)

David J. Libby (Ph.D., 1997)

Affect & Power: Essays on Sex, Slavery, Race and Religion in
Appreciation of Winthrop D. Jordan

Paul Spickard, Susan Ditto, David J. Libby, eds.
(University Press of Mississippi, 2005)

Slavery and Frontier Mississippi, 1720-1835
(University Press of Mississippi, 2003)

The author is Professor of American Studies at the University of Derby, UK.


Corey Lesseig (Ph.D., 1997)

Automobility:  Social Changes in America South, 1909-1939
(Routledge, 2001)

The author is an Assistant Professor of History and Minority Advising Program Coordinator at Waycross College.

Christopher Losson (Ph.D., 1993)

Tennessee’s Forgotten Warriors:  Frank Cheatham and His Confederate Division

(University of Tennessee Press, 1989,2001)

Dr. Losson teaches in St. Joseph, Missouri

Arlene Sindelar (Ph.D., 1997)

Chalmers, Mary and Arlene Sindelar, eds. Western Civilization: A Social and Political History–Documents Collection. 2 vols.
(Prentice Hall, 2000)

Dr. Sindelar is Senior Instructor and Majors Advising Chair in the Department of History at the University of British Columbia.