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Scott N. Hendrix <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cuyahaga Community College
My current research project involves the mid-eighteenth-century British Army, and European Martial Culture.
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|Interests:||American History / Studies
Diplomacy and International Relations
European History / Studies
Medieval and Byzantine History / Studies
World History / Studies
Ph.D., in Colonial American, Atlantic, and Military History, University of Pittsburgh, April, 2006.
M. A., in American History, from Cleveland State University, 1997.
B. A., in European History, from Cleveland State University 1994.
“In the Army: Women, Camp Followers and Gender Roles in the British Army in the French and Indian Wars, 1755-1765,” in A Soldier and a Woman: Sexual Integration in the Military, DeGroot, Gerard, and Penniston-Bird, Corinna, eds., Harlow, England, Longman, 2000.
"Camp Followers, "Customs of War," "European Military Culture," "Foreign Officers in the Continental Army," and "Military Reenactments," in The Encyclopedia of War and American Society, Karsten, Peter, ed., Thousand Oaks, California, Sage Publications, 2005.
“Bouquet, Henry,” and “Bushy Run, Battle of,” in ABC- CLIO's Encyclopedia of World Land Warfare, September, 2002.
Caroline Cox. A Proper Sense of Honor: Service and Sacrifice in George Washington's Army, for H-WAR.
Dissertation: The Spirit of the Corp: The British Army and the Pre-National Pan-European Military World and the Origins of American Martial Culture, 1755-1783, Doctoral Dissertation under the Supervision of Dr. Van Beck Hall, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Pittsburgh, defended September 8, 2005.
Papers: "Upright Men who Entered for Steady Advancement: Military Honor and the Reputation of Officers in the Mid-Eighteenth-Century British Army," The Annual Meeting of the Society for Military History 2005.
“Everybody Loves a Parade: Drill, Uniforms, Swords, and Spectacle in the Mid-Eighteenth-Century British Army,” The Annual Meeting of the Society for Military History 2002.
“Synchronized Swords and Spectacle: Drill, Uniforms and Weapons in the Mid-Eighteenth-Century British Army,” The Interdisciplinary Forum on Military Studies at The Ohio State University, 2000.
“The Spirit of the Corp: Henry Bouquet and the Pan-European Martial Culture in the British Army in North America in the French and Indian Wars, 1755-1764,” The Annual Meeting of the Society for Military History, 2000.
“In the Army: Women, Camp Followers and Gender Roles in the British Army in the French and Indian Wars, 1755-1765,” The Annual Meeting of the Society for Military History, 1999.
“Made in Cleveland: German Brewers in Cleveland, 1854-1902,” Ohio Academy of History Conference, 1998.
“Spirit of the Corps: Martial Culture and the British Army in North America, 1756-1765,” History, the Military, and Society: The Graduate Student Conference in Military History, Department of History, The Ohio State University, 1997.
World Civilization I and II
US Hisotry I and II
War in the Western World