Rape by Fraud: Men, Women, and Sexual Assault in the Nineteenth Century South
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Fellowship Work Summary
Peter W. Bardaglio (Jessie Ball duPont Fellow) completed his book, Daily Life in the South during Reconstruction, to be published by Greenwood Press, and began writing another book on “Rape by Fraud: Men, Women, and Sexual Assault in the Nineteenth-Century South.” He wrote an essay, “On the Border: White Children and the Politics of War in Maryland, 1861–1865,” for a volume entitled The Experience of War: Civilians in the American Civil War, edited by Joan Cashin (Johns Hopkins University Press, forthcoming), and an encyclopedia entry, “Boys and the Civil War,” for Boyhood in America (ABC-CLIO, forthcoming). In addition, he wrote reviews of several books for the Journal of Southern History, H-Net Reviews, and the American Historical Review. Bardaglio is Elizabeth Conolly Todd Distinguished Professor of History, Goucher College.