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Andrew Doyle

  • "John Heisman vs. the Amateur Sport: Gamesmanship in a Gentlemanly Sport," North American Society for Sports History, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, May 2006.
  • "Fighting Whiskey and Immorality at Auburn': The Politics of Southern Football, 1919-1927," Southern Cultures, 2005.
  • "Intersectional Football in an Era of Sectional Reconciliation, 1900-1917", North American Society for Sport History Conference, Monterrey, CA, May 2004.
  • "Turning the Tide: Football and Southern Progressivism" and "Bear Bryant: Symbol for an Embattled South", in Patrick B. Miller (ed.), The Sporting World of the Modern South (University of Illinois Press, 2002).
  • "George Denny, Intercollegiate Football, and the Institutional Modernization of the University of Alabama, 1912-1934", North American Society for Sport History, May, 2002.
  • "Machine-Made Time for a Machine Age Sport: Football and Modern Time Consciousness, 1880-1930," American Historical Association, Seattle, Washington, January, 1998.
  • "Foolish and Useless Sport: The Southern Evangelical Crusade Against Intercollegiate Football", Journal of Sport History, 1997.
  • "Turning the Tide: College Football and Southern Progressivism", Southern Cultures, 1997. 
J. Edward Lee
  • John Gary Anderson and His Maverick Motor Company: the Rise and Fall of Henry Ford's Rock Hill Rival (History Press, 2007)
  • Nixon, Ford and the Abandonment of South Vietnam (McFarland and Company, 2002).
  • York and Western York County: The Story of a Southern Eden (Acadia Publishing, 2001).
  • South Carolina In The Civil War: The Confederate Experience (McFarland and Company, 2000).
  • White Christmas In April: The Collapse of South Vietnam, 1975 (Peter Lang Publishing, 1999). 
Dave Pretty
  • Presented "Global History of Textile Workers,1650-2000" at the conference of the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, Holland, 2004.
  • "The Peasant-Worker Nexus," roundtable participant, Annual Conference of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS), Pittsburgh, November 2002.
  • "The Workers' Task: Worker Activists' Attitudes toward Intelligentsia Leadership in Ivanovo-Voznesensk, 1895-1904, " The Carl Beck Papers in Russian and East European Studies, pending revisions.
  • Book review of Laura L. Phillips, Bolsheviks and the Bottle: Drink and Worker Culture in St. Petersburg, 1900-1919, in Canadian-American Slavonic Studies (forthcoming).
  • "Murder by Crowd, or, the Death of a Factory Director," conference paper, AAASS, Denver, November, 2000.
  • "The Pogrom as Protest: Towards a Theory of the Pogrom as an Instrument of Popular Power," conference paper, Spring Meeting of the Southern Conference of Slavic Studies, Wilmington, N.C., March 2000.
  • "The Saints of the Revolution: Political Activists in 1890s Ivanovo-Voznesensk and the Path of Most Resistance," Slavic Review 54, no. 2 (Summer 1995): 276-304.
Jason H. Silverman
  • With Susan R. Silverman, Immigration in the American South 1864-1895: A Documentary History of the Southern Immigration Conventions. The Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston, NY, 2006.
  • With Samuel N. Thomas, Jr., and Beverly D. Evans, IV, Shanks: The Life and Wars of General Nathan George Evans, C.S.A. De Capo Press, New York, NY, 2002.
  • With Judith A. Andrews, South Carolina: Then and Now. South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, S.C., 2001.
  • With Samuel N. Thomas Jr., "A Rising Star of Promise:" The Civil War Odyssey of David Jackson Logan, 17th South Carolina Infantry, 1861-1864. Savas Publishing Company, Campbell, CA, 1998. [Nominated for the Museum of the Confederacy's Founder's Award.]
  • With W. Martin Hope, Relief and Recovery in Post Civil War South Carolina: A Death by Inches. The Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston, NY, 1997.
  • The Peopling of America: A Synoptic History. Americans All: A National Education Program, Beltsville, MD, 1994, rev. ed., 1995.
  • America Before 1877: A Synoptic History. McGraw-Hill Book Co., NY,NY, 1989, rev. ed., 1993
  • Unwelcome Guests: Canada West's Response to American Fugitive Slaves, 1800-1865. Associated Faculty Press, Millwood, NY, 1985. [Nominated for the Anisfield-Wolf and the Albert Corey (AHA/CHA) Book Prizes; French language edition published by Editions Nouvelle Optique, Montreal, Quebec.] 
Virginia Williams
  • "Latin American Social Movements and a New Left Consensus? Regional Challenges to U.S. Military, Imperialism and Neo-liberal Globalization in a Global Context" (with Dr. Disney), American Political Association, Philadelphia, September 2006.
  • "Grassroots Movements and Witnesses For Peace: Challenging U.S. Policies in Latin America in the Post-Cold War Era", Peace and Change, 2004.
  • "The Peace Movement in Latin America since the End of Cold War", Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Conference, University of Texas, Austin, 2004.
  • Radical Journalists, Generalists Intellectuals and Good Neighbors: Rediscovering the History of United States Latin American Relations (Edwin Mellon Press, 2001)."Cuba: Scenes from a Postmodern Revolution", Peace History Society Conference, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington, April, 2000.
  • "Cuba's Special Period", Conference on the Americas, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, Georgia, April, 1999.
  • "Radical Journalists, Generalist Intellectuals and Good Neighbors: Reconsidering the Historiography of United States-Latin American Relations", The Proceedings of the South Carolina Historical Association, 1998.
  • "Alternative U.S. Intellectuals and Cuba: Reevaluating the Historiography of U.S.-Latin American Relations", Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., June, 1997.
  • "Adventures, Journalists, Historians, Unorthodox Missionary-Scholars and the Good Neighbor Policy of the 1930's", The Southern Historical Association, Little Rock, Arkansas, October/November, 1996. 



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