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265 Contributors A. James Fuller is an associate professor of history at the University of Indianapolis . He has published five books, including Chaplain to the Confederacy: Basil Manly and Baptist Life in the Old South and America, War and Power: Defining the State, 1775–2005. Michael S. Green is a professor of history at the College of Southern Nevada. He is the author, coauthor, or editor of seven books, including Freedom, Union, and Power: Lincoln and His Party during the Civil War and Lincoln and the Election of 1860. Douglas G. Gardner is a lecturer in history at Indiana University–Purdue University , Columbus. His research interests center on the cultural history of the Civil War, especially the place of prison camps and race in memory. James L. Huston is Regents Professor of History at Oklahoma State University. He is the author of numerous books, including The Panic of 1857 and the Coming of the Civil War, The Lincoln-Douglas Debates of 1858, and Stephen A. Douglas and the Dilemmas of Democratic Equality. John R. McKivigan is Mary O’Brien Gibson Professor of United States History at Indiana University–Purdue University, Indianapolis. He is the editor of the Frederick Douglass Papers and is the author of several books, including The War against Proslavery Religion: Abolitionism and the Northern Churches, 1830–1865. Fuller text.indb 265 1/15/13 2:55 PM 266 · Contributors Thomas E. Rodgers is an instructor in history at the University of Southern Indiana. He is the author of a number of articles on mid-nineteenth-century American history, including “Billy Yank and G.I. Joe: An Exploratory Essay on the Sociopolitical Dimensions of Soldier Motivation,” Journal of Military History ; and “Liberty, Will, and Violence: Democratic Political Ideology in WestCentral Indiana during the Civil War,” Indiana Magazine of History. Lawrence Sondhaus is professor of history at the University of Indianapolis. He is the author of many books, including Strategic Culture and Ways of War, Navies in Modern World History, and World War I: The Global Revolution, 1914–1919. Fuller text.indb 266 1/15/13 2:55 PM ...


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