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Publications & Research


  • Coles, David J. and Frank Alduino. Sons of Garibaldi in Blue and Gray: Italians in the American Civil War. Youngstown.: Cambria Press, 2007.
  • Coles, David J. (assoc. compiler), Biographical Roster of Confederate and Union Soldiers, 1861-1865. 6 Vols. Wilmington: Broadfoot Publishing Company, 1995.
  • Coles, David J. (Associate Editor), Encyclopedia of the American Civil War. Edited by David and Jeanne Heidler. ABC-Clio, forthcoming.
  • Coles, David J. "Powder, Lead, and Cold Steel" in Campaigning in the Shenandoah with the Twelfth Pennsylvania Cavalry: The Civil War Letters of John H. Black. (with Stephen D. Engle). Published as a special issue of Jefferson County Historical Society Journal, 1989.
  • Crowl, James W. Angels in Stalin's Paradise: Western Reporters in Soviet Russia, 1917-1937; A Case Study of Louis Fischer and Walter Duranty. Washington: The University of America Press, 1981.
  • Edmunds, R. David, and Deborah Welch. Leaders of the People. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, forthcoming.
  • Harbour, William R. The Foundations of Conservative Thought: An Anglo-American Tradition in Perspective. Notre Dame, In.: The Notre Dame University Press, 1982.
  • Welch, Deborah. A Warrior's Daughter: Zitkala-Sa and Twentieth-Century American Leadership. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, forthcoming.
  • Welch, Deborah. Virginia: an Illustrated History (with Foreword by Governor Mark Warner) New York: Hippocrene Books, Inc., 2006.
  • Welch, Deborah. Economic Issues and Development. Contemporary Native American Issues Series. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2006.
  • Welch, Deborah. Political Issues. Contemporary Native American Issues Series. New York: Facts-on-File, 2006.
  • Pine (Yeager), Melissa. Harold Wilson and Europe: Pursuing Britain's Membership of the European Community. London: Tauris Academic Studies, 2007.

Articles / Chapters

  • Cantrell, Phil. "Rwanda's Anglican Church and Post-genocide Reconciliation" Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, 21:3 (321-329).
  • Coles, David J. and Frank Alduino. "Luigi Palma di Cesnola: An Italian American in the Civil War," The Italian American Review (Spring/Summer 1999).
  • Harbour, William R., "American Constitutionalism and Natural Law," Vera Lex, 7 (1987).
  • Isaac, Steven, "‘Guilty in Defense': The Urban Experience of Siege in Galbert of Bruges" in Galbert of Bruges and the Historiography of Medieval Flanders, edited by Jeff Rider and Alan V. Murray (Washington: Catholic University of America Press, 2009).
  • Isaac, Steven, "Cowardice: Differing Perspectives from 1173-74," in Journal of Medieval Military History IV (2006).
  • Isaac, Steven, "The Problem with Mercenaries: Stipendiaries in the Reign of Stephen," in The Circle of War, edited by Don Kagay and Andrew Villalon (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 1999).
  • Moore, Eric. "The Case for Unequal Animal Rights," Environmental Ethics 34 (2002).
  • Moore, Eric. "Desert, Virtue, and Justice," Social Theory and Practice 26 (2000)
  • Munson, James R., "Business and Revolution: The Case of Commercial Law," The Consortium on Revolutionary Europe: Selected Papers, 1997 (Florida State University: Institute on Napoleon and the French Revolution, 1998).
  • Senn, Scott, "Virtue as the Sole Intrinsic Good in Plato's Early Dialogues" in Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 28 (2005).
  • Smith, Larissa. "Black Lawyers in Virginia: Creating a Civil Rights Vanguard," in From Grassroots to the Supreme Court: Explorations of Brown v. Board of Education and American Democracy, ed. Peter Lau (Duke University Press, forthcoming in July 2004).
  • Smith, Larissa. "Labor and Civil Rights: Brownie Lee Jones and the Southern School for Workers during the 1940s," in Making a New South: Race, Class and Culture after the Civil War, eds. Paul Cimballa, Bart Shaw, and Patricia Sullivan (forthcoming).
  • Smith, Larissa. "Harry F. Byrd," "Carter Glass," "Lucy Randolph Mason," "Diego Rivera," and "Southern Negro Youth Congress," Encyclopedia of the Great Depression (New York: Macmillan Reference, 2004).
  • Smith, Larissa. "Will Alexander," "Oliver Hill," "Luther P. Jackson," and "Maggie Lena Walker," Civil Rights in the United States, eds. Waldo E. Martin, Jr. and Patricia A. Sullivan, (New York: Macmillan Reference, 2000).
  • Welch, Deborah. "American Indian Women: Reaching Beyond the Myth," New Directions in American Indian History. Edited by Colin Calloway. Newberry Library Series. Norman, Ok.: University of Oklahoma Press, 1988.
  • Welch, Deborah, and William Hewitt. "Gossard v. Crane: National Issues in American Education Brought to the Univeristy of Wyoming in the 1920s," Annals of Wyoming (Fall 1985).
  • Welch, Deborah. "The Indian and the Humanists," Nebraska History (Fall 1994).
  • Welch, Deborah. "Introduction to the American Frontier," OAH Magazine of History (Fall 1988).
  • Welch, Deborah. "New Scholarship in American Indian History," Prospects: An Annual of the American Culture Studies Association (Cambridge University Press, 1990).
  • Welch, Deborah. "Only the Dead Were Brave: A Study of the Titanic Widows," SIGNS (forthcoming).
  • Welch, Deborah. "Red Progressives: The Women of the Society of American Indians, 1911-1924," American Indian Quarterly (forthcoming).
  • Welch, Deborah. "To Woo a Queen: Thomas Randolph and Mary, Queen of Scots," English Historical Review (forthcoming).

Encyclopedia Entries

  • Munson, James R. "Baron Alleye de Cyprey", "France", and "Francois Guizot", in The United States and Mexico at War. New York: MacMillan Reference, 1997.
  • Isaac, Steven. "Britain: Narrative (1000-1300)", "Siege of Rochester", "Familia Regis", "Battle of Frétéval", "Siege of Gournay", "Battle of Lincoln", "Siege of Montreuil-Bellay", "Battle of Northallerton", "Siege of Pont-Audemer", "Sieges of Le Puiset", "Robert of Bellême", "Stephen of England", "Household Knights", "Valor, Morale, and Cowardice", "Britain: Sources", "Britain: Historiography (High Medieval)", "Sieges of Wark", and "William of Ypres" in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Medieval Military History. New York: Oxford University Press (2010).
  • Smith, Larissa. "Harry F. Byrd," "Carter Glass," "Lucy Randolph Mason," "Diego Rivera," and "Southern Negro Youth Congress," Encyclopedia of the Great Depression (New York: Macmillan Reference, 2004).
  • Welch, Deborah. "Gertrude Simmons Bonnin," Encyclopedia of American History. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1993.
  • Welch, Deborah. "Zitkala-Sa," American National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995.

Recent Papers

  • Moore, Eric, " Motive-utilitarianism Revisited," accepted for the 2004 APA Pacific Division.
  • Moore, Eric. "Evaluating Acts and Agents" Virginia Philosophical Association, October 2002.
  • Moore, Eric. "Duties to Animals and Marginal Humans" Society of Philosophy and Public Affairs, December 2000.
  • Moore, Eric. "The Case for Unequal Rights for Animals" Society for the Study of Ethics and Animals, April 2000.
  • Smith, Larissa. "The NAACP Campaign against School Inequalities during the 1930s and 1940s," Before and After Brown in Virginia: A Symposium on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, sponsored by the Virginia Historical Society, held at Hampden-Sydney College, April 1, 2004, and at the Virginia Historical Society, April 2, 2004.
  • Smith, Larissa. "Esther Cooper and the Struggle for Racial Equality in Virginia," Annual Meeting of the Southern Historical Association, Baltimore, MD, November 2002.
  • Smith, Larissa. "Black Lawyers in Virginia: Creating a Civil Rights Vanguard," The History of Brown v. Board of Education, conference sponsored by the Institute of Southern Studies, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, June 2002.
  • Smith, Larissa. "Constructing the History of Twentieth-Century Southside Virginia," presentation made with Dr. David Coles at the Annual Meeting of the National Council on Public History and Organization of American Historians, Washington, D.C., April 2002.
  • Smith, Larissa. "Bringing College and Community Together: Doing Public History," presentation made on behalf of Dr. Deborah Welch at the Annual Meeting of the Organization of American Historians, Los Angeles, California, April 2001.
  • Smith, Larissa. "From Labor to Civil Rights: Brownie Lee Jones and the Southern School for Workers in Virginia during the 1940s," Fifth Southern Conference on Women's History, Southern Association of Women Historians, Richmond, Virginia, June 2000.