Saturday, December 22, 2012

More 2013 catalogs

More from the new UP seasonal catalogs:

Fordham:
* Constitutionalism in the Aftermath of the Civil War

Illinois:
Not this time

Kansas:
None

LSU:
* Knights of the Golden Circle: Secret Empire, Southern Secession, Civil War
* Lee's Army during the Overland Campaign: A Numerical Study
* Milliken's Bend: A Civil War Battle in History and Memory
* The Politics of Faith during the Civil War
* Still Fighting the Civil War: The American South and Southern History, updated edition

North Texas:
* Civil War General and Indian Fighter James M. Williams: Leader of the First Kansas Colored Volunteer Infantry and the 8th U.S. Cavalry

South Carolina:
* A Confederate Englishman: The Civil War Letters of Henry Wemyss Feilden

Southern Illinois:
* The Vicksburg Campaign, March 29-May 18, 1863
* Union Heartland: The Midwestern Home Front during the Civil War
* Lincoln and Reconstruction
* Grant at Vicksburg: The General and the Siege

Texas A&M:
Nope

There are outliers, but it looks like my prediction that it would be business as usual for publishers during the Sesquicentennial has largely held true.  Unfortunate, but not surprising.

6 comments:

  1. The Milliken's Bend title looks interesting, though the "history and memory" meme is getting a bit played out. And as I've mentioned before, I can't remember a book I've been as excited to see as Lee's Army during the Overland Campaign: A Numerical Study. That's either going to be a review copy (I've requested one) or it'll be purchased as soon as I know I've been denied.

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    1. Hi Brett,
      I am definitely on board for reviewing the Overland Campaign, KGC, and Milliken's Bend studies. Hopefully, LSU will make it easy.

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  2. Hi Drew

    Looking forward to a few of the forthcoming university press titles. Particularly Earl Hess's Kennessaw Mountain, Confederate Generals essay title from Univ. Tenn. and I think there will be a new essay book from SIU press. However, with the sequicentennial, I thought there would be more being published. It is good to see Savas Beatie continuing to publish good Civil War history.

    Don Hallstrom

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  3. And what has become on my part almost an annual inquiry to whoever might know - Any 2013 word from Gordon Rhea about the final book in his Overland series?

    Phil LeDuc

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  4. Hello Drew

    Like Phil I'm anxiously awaiting the 5th volume of Gordon Rhea's Overland Campaign. Its hard to believe it has been a decade since volume 4 was published. Perhaps LSU is waiting till 2014 and the 150th anniversary? I hope the publication isn't just a rumor.

    Don Hallstrom

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