Don H. Doyle
Don H. Doyle is a professor emeritus of history at the University of South Carolina. His The Cause of All Nations: An International History of America's Civil War (2014) moves beyond the familiar narrative of Civil War battlefields and homefront to view the conflict from abroad. He is also the author of Nations Divided: America, Italy, and the Southern Question (2002) and Faulkner's County: The Historical Roots of Yoknapatawpha (2000); the editor of Nationalism in the New World (2006), Secession as an International Phenomenon (2010), and American Civil Wars: The United States, Latin America, Europe, and the Crisis of the 1860s (2017); and a coeditor of The Transnational Significance of the American Civil War (2016). He is currently at work on a sequel to The Cause of All Nations, considering the international impact of America's Civil War.
- America's International Civil War
- An International History of Reconstruction
- Faulkner and Southern History
- Foreign Interpretations of Lincoln and the American Civil War
- Garibaldi's Question
- Secession as an International Phenomenon
- Viva Lincoln: The International Reaction to Lincoln's Assassination
The Cause of All Nations: An International History of the American Civil War
This lecture was sponsored by the Friends of Boca Grande Community Center as part of its America's Conflicts Lecture Series in February 2016. Recorded by Friends of Boca Grande Community Center.
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