"Civil War History" is pleased to announce the upcoming publication of its December 2011 issue. This journal, which has served as the leading venue for scholarly publications on the Civil War period for the last five decades, is published by the Kent State University Press, and the journal is a collaborative endeavor of the University of Akron and Kent State University. The journal publishes on a wide variety of topics related to the conflict, including political, social, economic, cultural, and military issues. In addition, it includes an extensive book review and book notes section as well as scholarly forums on the contemporary debates surrounding the Civil War.
The contents for the December issue include a much-anticipated quantitative study on the human costs of the war as well as a regional study of desertion amongst North Carolina soldiers and a scholarly discussion on the ongoing Civil War Sesquicentennial.
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