Dillon Carroll



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Dillon Carroll


570 W. 190th St. Apt. 3A

New York, New York

dillonjc@uga.edu

(530) 521-0379 cell


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Education
University of Georgia, Athens
Ph.D Candidate in American History (Expected December 2015)

Dissertation Chair: Dr. Stephen Berry

Committee: Dr. John Inscoe, Dr. Stephen Mihm, Dr. Peter Carmichael
California State University, Chico
Master of Arts in History, with Distinction, May 2009

Thesis Chair: Dr. Robert Tinkler


Bachelor of Arts in History, Chico, May 2007
Current Project
“Scourge of War: Mental Illness and Veterans of the American Civil War”

Research Interests
American History, Social and Cultural History, History of the American Civil War, History of Medicine, History of Gender, History of Psychology, Military History
Work Experience

University of Bridgeport
Adjunct Assistant Professor, January 2015
History 208: United States History, 1877-present

History 247: History of Gender in the US

History 242: History of Medicine in the US
Hofstra University
Adjunct Assistant Professor, January 2014—present
History 165: The Civil War and Reconstruction

School of University Studies 021A: The History of Medicine in the US: 1500-1900


University of Georgia, Athens
Graduate Teaching Assistant, August 2010—May 2013
HIST 2111: United States History Survey I

HIST 2112: United States History Survey II



California State University, Chico

Teaching and Research Assistant, January 2008—May 2009


HIST 130: United States History Survey
Publications
“‘The God Who Shielded Me Before Yet Watches Over Us All’: Confederate Soldiers, Mental Illness, and Religion” forthcoming with Civil War History Vol. 61 No. 3 (September, 2015)
“The Case of Napoleon Perkins,” in David Seed, Chris Williams and Stephen C. Kenney, eds., Life and Limb: The Toll of the American Civil War (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2015)
Popular Media
“The Civil War and P.T.S.D.” Disunion Blog, New York Times, May 21, 2014 Clay Risen, editor
Book Reviews
John F. Marszalek. Lincoln and the Military. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2014. The Civil War Monitor, forthcoming.
Libra R. Hilde. Worth a Dozen Men: Women and Nursing in the Civil War South. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2012. The Southern Historian, Spring 2014.
James E. Potter. Standing Firmly by the Flag: Nebraska Territory and the Civil War, 1861-1867. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2012. Civil War History, December 2014.
Christopher E. Loperfido, ed. A Surgeon’s Tale: The Civil War Letters of Surgeon James D. Benton, 111th and 98th New York Infantries, 1862-1865. Gettysburg: Ten Roads Publishing, 2011. The Civil War Monitor, July 2013.
Bobbie Swearingen Smith, ed. A Palmetto Boy: Civil War-Era Diaries and Letters of James Adams Tillman. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2010. H-Civil War (H-Net), January 2012
W. Eric Emerson and Karen Stokes, eds. Faith, Valor, and Devotion: The Civil War Letters of William Porcher DuBose. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2010. H-Civil War (H-Net), January 2012
Conference Presentations
“‘He was a Stout, Hearty Man before the War’: A Reexamination of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Veterans of the American Civil War” CUNY Early American Republic Seminar Graduate Student Conference, New York, New York, 2015
“‘Fit for Nothing’: Institutionalized Civil War Veterans at St. Elizabeth’s Government Hospital for the Insane” Science, Medicine, and Technology in the Civil War, University of Mississippi Conference on the Civil War, Center for Civil War Research, Oxford, Mississippi, 2014
“‘How We Cripples Get Along’: Silas Weir Mitchell, Civil War Amputees, and Suffering” Southern Association of the History of Medicine and Science, St. Louis, Missouri, 2014
“The God Who Shielded Me Before Yet Watches Over Us All”: Confederate Soldiers, PTSD, and Religion, Southern Historical Association, Mobile, Alabama 2012
“‘The God Who Shielded Me Before Yet Watches Over Us All’: Confederate Soldiers, PTSD, and Religion” Society of Civil War Historians, Lexington, Kentucky, 2012 (accepted but unable to attend)
“‘The Living Soul’s, the Bodies Tragedies’: Amputation and PTSD in the American Civil War” Southern Association of the History of Medicine and Science, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, 2012
“‘The God Who Shielded Me Before Yet Watches Over Us All’: Protestant Evangelicalism and the Confederate Soldier,” Bluegrass Symposium, University of Kentucky, Lexington, 2011
“‘We Are a Test of Democracy’: Japanese-American Internment and the American Civil Liberties Union,” Phi Alpha Theta Northern California Regional Conference, California State University, Chico, 2008
“Bruce Richardson: An American Teacher in the Philippines,” Phi Alpha Theta Northern California Regional Conference, California State University, Sacramento, 2007
Invited Presentations
Guest Speaker, National Library of Medicine Traveling Exhibit, “Binding Wounds, Pushing Boundaries: African Americans in Civil War Medicine,” Greenblatt Library, Georgia Health Sciences University, Augusta, Georgia, 2012
Awards and Fellowships
Vincent J. Dooley Graduate Research Award

Department of History, University of Georgia (2015)


Greg and Amanda Gregory Research Fellowship

Department of History, University of Georgia (2011-2015)


Hayek Fund for Scholars Grant

Institute for Humane Studies, George Mason University (2014)


Greg and Amanda Gregory Travel Grant

Department of History, University of Georgia (2014)


Janelle Padgett Knight Graduate Award

Willson Center for the Humanities, University of Georgia (2013)


Innovative and Interdisciplinary Research Grant

The Graduate School, University of Georgia (2013)


Graduate Research Fellowship

Willson Center for the Humanities, University of Georgia (2012, 2013)


Dean’s Award

The Graduate School, University of Georgia (2012)


Short Term Research Fellow

College of Physicians of Philadelphia (2012)


Academic Service
Blood and Glory: The Civil War in Color, Prometheus Studios, LLC, History Channel

Expert Guest
Dean of Franklin College, University of Georgia, Student Advisory Board, 2012

Board Member
History Graduate Student Association, University of Georgia, 2012

Student Speaker Series Coordinator
War and Society Workshop, University of Georgia, 2011

Film Series Chair
Professional Organizations
Phi Alpha Theta, Northern California Chapter

Southern Historical Association

Society for Civil War Historians

American Historical Association


References
Dr. Stephen Berry, Gregory Chair in the Civil War Era, UGA

berry@uga.edu

Dr. Stephen Mihm, Associate Professor of History, UGA

mihm@uga.edu

Dr. Susan M. Yohn, Chair, Department of History, Hofstra University

Susan.M.Yohn@hofstra.edu



Dr. Robert Tinkler, Associate Professor of History, CSU Chico

rtinkler@csuchico.edu


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