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Susan-Mary C. Grant <firstname.lastname@example.org>
University of Newcastle
Warfare and American National Identity, 1861-1917
European nationalism theory & applicability to American case.
|Address:||School of Historical Studies
University of Newcastle
Newcastle, England NE1 7RU
|List Affiliations:||Emeritus Advisory Board Member for H-Nationalism
Reviewer for H-CivWar
Reviewer for H-Pol
Reviewer for H-South
|Reviews:||Imagining the Imagined Community: Lincoln, Davis and the American Nation
Hothouse Flowers: The Confederate Roots of Southern Conservatism
When Worlds Collide: The Long and Winding Road to the Southern Past
A New National Faith?: Religion and the Retreat from Reconstruction
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Political History / Studies
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
MA Area Studies (United States) University of London
PhD (London: 1995)
Reader in American History, University of Newcastle
The War for a Nation: The American Civil War (New York: Routledge, 2006)
North Over South: Northern Nationalism and American Identity in the Antebellum Era (Lawrence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas, 2000)
Legacy of Disunion: The Enduring Significance of the American Civil War, edited with Peter J. Parish (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2003)
Peter J. Parish, The North and the Nation in the Era of the Civil War, edited with Adam I.P. Smith (New York: Fordham University Press, 2003)
The American Civil War: Explorations and Reconsiderations, edited with Brian Holden Reid (London: Longman, 2000)
'A Nation before Nationalism: The Civic and Ethnic Construction of America,' in Gerard Delanty and Krishan Kumar (eds), The Sage Handbook of Nations and Nationalism (London: Sage, 2006) 527-40
‘Patriot Graves: American National Identity and the Civil War Dead,’ American Nineteenth Century History 5:3, 74-100.
‘When was the First New Nation?: Locating America in a National Context,’ in Atsuko Ichijo and Gordana Uzelac (eds), When is the nation?: The debate (London: Routledge, 2005) 157-76.
'Raising the dead: war, memory and American national identity,' in Nations and Nationalism, 11, 4 (October 2005)509-29
‘Americans: Forging a New Nation, 1860-1916,’ in Don H. Doyle and Marco Pamplona (eds), Nationalism in the New World (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2006) 80-98. Portuguese edition also in press.