Thomas Barber
Contact Information:
Email: tbarbe6@lsu.edu
Address: 30 Middleton Library
Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Editorial Board

Meg Groeling received her Master's degree in Military History, with a Civil War emphasis, in 2016, from American Public University. Savas Beatie published her first book, The Aftermath of Battle: The Burial of the Civil War Dead, in the fall of 2015, and she has written First Fallen: The Life of Colonel Elmer Ellsworth, which Southern Illinois University Press has contracted for publication sometime within the next two years. She is a regular contributor to the blog Emerging Civil War and reviews a lot of books. She can be reached at bloodnight@aol.com.

Lt. Andrew L. Hargroder is an infantry officer in the United States Army and PhD candidate at Louisiana State University. His email is ahargr8@lsu.edu.

Jeffery H. Hobson is a PhD candidate in LSU’s Department of History. His research has focused on the manifestation of the Lost Cause and racial ideology on college campuses across the New South. He is currently researching the scientific, engineering, ethnographic, and cartographic activities of fifty Union and Confederate veterans who were brought to Egypt to modernize its army and extend its empire in the late nineteenth century. He can be reached at jhobso8@lsu.edu.

Andrew Johnson is a PhD candidate at LSU. His dissertation is titled: “That Diabolical Sect: Antimasonry, Religion, and the Remaking of Citizenship in Antebellum America.” His email is aljohnson@lsu.edu.

J. Matthew Ward is a PhD candidate at LSU who studies Union military occupation in Civil War Louisiana. His email is jward34@lsu.edu.

Emily Wells is a graduate history student at LSU and specializes in Civil War material culture. She can be reached at wemily1@lsu.edu.