"Levin offers something new and valuable in this book. His approach of unpacking the complex telling and forgetting of the events surrounding one battle allows him a focus and specificity that even many very good treatments of historical memory often lack. Remembering the Battle of the Crater stands to make a real and lasting contribution to the field of Civil War memory studies." -- Anne Marshall, author o "f Creating a" "Confederate Kentucky: The Lost Cause and Civil War Memory in a Border State"
About the Author
Kevin M. Levin has published writings have appeared in numerous publications, including The History Teacher, Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Southern Historian, and Virginia at War, 1865. He is also the writer of a well-known blog, entitled Civil War Memory (http: //cwmemory.com/). He lives in Boston, Massachusetts.