Conference Presentations

Most Recent Presentations

We Prove Ourselves Men!

The Louisiana Native Guards and the Black  Military Experience in the Gulf

108th ASALH 

Kill Them All

The Origins of Black Military Resistance in the Gulf

International Colloquium: France and Louisiana, A Special Connection?

The French Connection

How France and Louisiana Made the Amerian Civil War a Transnational War

89th Society for Military History Conference

Flight Into History

The XI Corps at Chancellorsville

30th Annual Symposium for the 19th Century Press

Hasten All, Your Blood Only is Demanded

How the African American Press of Louisiana Connected the Federal Government to the People

30th Annual Symposium for the 19th Century Press

Die Deutsche Sicht

How Germans Viewed Themselves Through the Press during the American Civil War

107th ASALH 

Dr. Louis Charles Roudanez

 How Black Medicine Can Help as much as it Heals

Slavery During The Civil War
Virgina Tech 

A Test of Courage

The African American Experience in the Louisiana
Native Guards

27th James A. Barnes 
Temple University

"We Prove Ourselves Men!"

The Louisiana Native Guards in the Union Army 

George Washington University

Immigrant Discrimination in the Civil War Army

The XI Corps at Chancellorsville

Society for History of Discoveries 

Self-Creation

The Creation of the Free African American Class of New Orleans prior to the American Civil War, 1790- 1860

26th James A. Barnes Conference
Temple University

Duality of the Irishman

‘Dis’Loyalty of Irish Immigrants in New Orleans during the Civil War

Foriegn Fighters AND Multinational Armies  
From Civil Conflicts to Coalition War, 1848-1999
Sciences Po

Why They Fought

The Initial Motivations of German American Immigrants in the American Civil War

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