On May 10th, 2013 the CSW&S will celebrate the graduation of several of our graduate students. We are extremely proud of the work they have all done and we offer them our hearty congratulations:
Ms. Stephanie Anne Seal will graduate with an MA in American History and War & Society. Her thesis was entitled "Victims of Liberty: Virginia’s Response to Loyalists and Loyalism in Williamsburg, 1770-1781. Her major professor was Dr. Kyle Zelner.
Dr. Dennis Conklin's dissertation "Conflict and Controversy in the Confederate High Command: Johnson, Davis, Hood, and the Atlanta Campaign of 1864" was co-chaired by Drs. William Scarborough and Susannah Ural.
Dr. Wesley Joyner earned his PhD in American History and War & Society by writing "Second Families of Virginia: Professional Power-Brokers in a Revolutionary Age, 1700-1790," with a focus on military professionals in Revolutionary Virginia. Dr. Joyner's major professor was Dr. Kyle Zelner.
On Tuesday, May 14, 2013, the War and Society Roundtable at the Library of Hattiesburg, Petal, and Forrect County will discuss Judith Van Buskirk's Generous Enemies: Patriots and Loyalists in Revolutionary New York. The moderators will be CSW&S Masters student Ms. Stephanie Seal and CSW&S Sr. Fellow Dr. Kyle Zelner. For more info, click here.