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Judkin Browning

Department of History (828) 262-6017

Boone, NC 28608-2072 browningjj@appstate.edu

EDUCATION

Ph.D. History, University of Georgia, May 2006


Dissertation: “Wearing the Mask of Nationality Lightly: The Effects of Union

Military Occupation during the Civil War”



Advisor: John C. Inscoe
M.A. Public History, North Carolina State University, May 1999
B.A. History, Florida State University, 1996

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor of Military History, Appalachian State University, 2006-present

Instructor, University of Georgia, 2004-2006

PUBLICATIONS

Books



Life during Union Military Occupation: The Civil War Diary of James Rumley, Beaufort, North Carolina. Gainesville: University Press of Florida. Forthcoming 2009.
Wearing the Mask of Nationality Lightly: The Effects of Union Military Occupation during the

Civil War, under consideration by the University of North Carolina Press.
Letters from a North Carolina Unionist: The Civil War Letters of John A. Hedrick, 1862-1865.

Co-edited with Michael Thomas Smith. Raleigh: North Carolina Division of Archives and

History, 2001.

Articles

“‘I am Not so Patriotic as I Was Once’: The Effects of Military Occupation on the Occupying Union Soldiers during the Civil War,” Civil War History, forthcoming 2009.


“Using Wargames as Active Learning Tools to Teach the Historical Process,” The History Teacher, forthcoming 2009.
‘“Bringing Light to our Land…When She was Dark as Night’: Northerners, Freedpeople, & Education during Military Occupation in North Carolina, 1862-1865,” American Nineteenth Century History 9 (March 2008): 1-17.

“‘Visions of Freedom and Civilization Opening Before Them’: African Americans Search

for Autonomy During Military Occupation in North Carolina,” in Paul D. Escott, ed. Struggles over Change: North Carolinians in the Era of the Civil War and Reconstruction (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, forthcoming 2008).
“Removing the Mask of Nationality: Unionism, Racism, and Federal Military Occupation in North Carolina, 1862-1865,” Journal of Southern History 71 (August 2005): 589-620.
“Foundations of Sand: Evaluating the Historical Assessments of Antebellum Southern White

Unity,” Gulf South Historical Review 19 (Spring 2004): 6-38.


“‘Little-Souled Mercenaries?’ The Buffaloes of Eastern North Carolina during the Civil War,”

North Carolina Historical Review 77 (July 2000): 337-363.
“All for One Charge: The 44th Georgia Infantry,” Columbiad 1 (Winter 1998): 21-45.

Book Reviews

Mark E. Neely, Jr., The Civil War and the Limits of Destruction, and Scott Reynolds Nelson and

Carol Sheriff, A People at War: Civilians and Soldiers in America’s Civil War, 1854-1877, in

Journal of Southern History (forthcoming 2009).
Richard R. Duncan, Beleaguered Winchester: A Virginia Community at War, 1861-1865, in Civil

War Book Review (forthcoming 2008)
John W. Shaffer, Clash of Loyalties: A Border County in the Civil War, in Appalachian Journal

(forthcoming 2008)


Ben H. Severance. Tennessee’s Radical Army: The State Guard and Its Role in Reconstruction,

1867-1869, on H-CivWar, October 20, 2007, www.h-net.org
Edwin C. Bearss, Fields of Honor: Pivotal Battles of the Civil War, in Civil War History 2007

53(2): 216-217.


Timothy Lockley, Lines in the Sand: Race and Class in Lowcountry Georgia, 1750-1860, in Civil

War History 2006 52(3): 312-314.
Keith P. Wilson, Campfires of Freedom: The Camp Life of Black Soldiers during the Civil War,

in Civil War History 2004 50(3): 321-323.


Steven E. Woodworth, ed., Civil War Generals in Defeat, in Florida Historical Quarterly

2001 79(3): 418-420.


Richard M. McMurry, Atlanta 1864: Last Chance for the Confederacy, in Florida Historical

Quarterly 2001 80(2): 250-252.
Morris M. Penny and J. Gary Lane, Struggle for the Round Tops: Law’s Alabama Brigade at the

Battle of Gettysburg, July 2-3, 1863, in Alabama Review 2001 54(2): 156-157.
Ralph Kirshner, The Class of 1861: Custer, Ames, and Their Classmates after West Point, in North Carolina Historical Review 2000 77(2): 244-245.
Kevin Conley Ruffner, Maryland’s Blue and Gray: A Border State’s Union and Confederate

Junior Officer Corps, in Civil War History 1999 45(4): 351-352.
Gary W. Gallagher, Lee and His Generals in War and Memory, in North Carolina Historical

Review 1999 76(1): 122-124.

Reference Book Entries

“Battle of Bunker Hill”; “Boston Massacre”; “Boston Tea Party”; “Braddock, Edward”; “Gage,

Thomas”; “Montcalm, Louis-Joseph”; “New Bern”; “North Carolina”; “Roanoke” in Colonial

America: An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History, edited by James

Ciment. New York: M.E. Sharpe, Inc., (forthcoming 2005).


“Battle of Glendale”; “Battle of Fort Stedman”; “Battle of Malvern Hill”; “Garnett, Richard B.”

in Encyclopedia of the American Civil War, edited by David and Jeanne Heidler. New York:

ABC-CLIO Press, 2000.
AWARDS
University Recreation Council Research Grant, Appalachian State University, 2008
Warner-Fite Scholarship, University of Georgia, 2005.

Awarded to the “most outstanding graduate student in American History” by the History Dept.


Dissertation Fellowship, United States Army Center of Military History, 2004-2005
J. Carlyle Sitterson Visiting Scholar Grant, Southern Historical Collection, University of

North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2004-2005


Colonial Dames American History Scholarship, 2004-2005. Awarded on a competitive

basis by the Colonial Dames Society.


William F. Holmes Award, Southern Historical Association, 2003. Awarded for the best paper presented at the annual meeting by a graduate student or junior faculty member.
Carl Vipperman Prize for Outstanding Teaching Assistant, University of Georgia, 2003.

One of 2 recipients for annual departmental award.


Dean’s Award in Humanities, University of Georgia, 2003. Awarded on a competitive

basis by the University of Georgia Graduate School.


Presidential Fellowship, University of Georgia, 2000-2003.

One of 12 recipients of most prestigious annual university-wide fellowship.


Archie K. Davis Research Fellowship, North Caroliniana Society, 2001. Awarded on a

competitive basis by the North Caroliniana Society.


University Fellowship, North Carolina State University, 1997-1999.

SCHOLARLY PAPERS DELIVERED

“‘I am Not so Patriotic as I Was Once’: The Effects of Military Occupation on the Occupying Union Soldiers during the Civil War,” Society for Military History Annual Meeting, Frederick, MD, April 20, 2007


“Conflicting ‘Visions of Freedom and Civilization’: Forging New Identities in Beaufort, North Carolina during the Civil War,” 69th Annual Southern Historical Association Meeting, Houston, TX, November 7, 2003 (Won William F. Holmes Award)
“‘Wearing the Mask of Nationality Lightly’: The Myriad Effects of Union Occupation in the

American Civil War,” Invited Speaker, Civil War Lecture Series, East Tennessee State

University, Johnson City, TN, October 28, 2003
“‘Visions of Freedom and Civilization Opening Before Them’: Contested Black Independence in

Occupied Eastern North Carolina during the Civil War,” Fourteenth Annual Graduate Student

History Forum, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, March 17, 2002
“Creating a Rhetorical Currency: The Dissemination of Enlightenment Thought in Colonial

Newspapers during the Revolutionary Era,” South Carolina Historical Association Annual

Meeting, Columbia, SC, March 10, 2001
“The ‘Buffaloes’ of Eastern North Carolina during the Civil War,” Invited Speaker,

Durham County Public Library Civil War Lecture Series, Durham, NC, May 19, 1999


“Buffaloes and Turncoats in Eastern North Carolina during the Civil War,” Fourth Annual

Graduate Conference in Southern History, University of Mississippi, March 20, 1999



PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Invited Lecturer, “The Myth of the Lost Cause,” (Teaching American History grant program

funded by the U.S. Department of Education) McNeese State University, Lake Charles, LA, June

19, 2008
Invited Lecturer, “The Myth of the Lost Cause and the Civil War in Film: A One-Day Institute

for American History Teachers,” (Teaching American History grant program funded

by the U.S. Department of Education) East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN, March

24, 2007

Commentator of World History Panel, Appalachian State University, March 2007, March 2008.


Book Review Editor, H-NC, (beginning December 2006)
Chair and Commentator on panel entitled, “Civil-Military Relations in the Civil War Era,” at the

22nd Annual Ohio Valley History Conference, October 21, 2006



PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Fellow, West Point Summer Seminar in Military History, United States Military Academy, May

31-June 20, 2007
Graduate Student Representative, Selection Committee for 20th-Century U.S. History

position, University of Georgia, 2004-2005


Member, Southern Historical Association, 2000-present
Member, Society of Military History, 2006-present



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