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The 2013 CWI summer conference, The War in 1863 (June 21-25, 2013) is SOLD OUT! Conference participants will discover new dimensions of the events of 1863, with a special focus on the Gettysburg Campaign, through lectures, discussions, and tours of the battlefield.
2013 Summer Conference Schedule
In January 2013, CWI Associate Director Jill Ogline Titus served as the faculty advisor for a Center for Public Service-sponsored Immersion Trip to Alabama. Over the course of the nine-day trip, Dr. Titus and seven Gettysburg College students visited some of the sites that played a central role in the 20th-century black freedom struggle. Learn more.
Read the latest entries in The Gettysburg Compiler, a blog written and edited by students and staff of the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College. Its purpose is to be a virtual bridge between student research and the public. Each entry is researched and written by a Gettysburg College student while serving as a Civil War Institute Fellow. Their work interrogates important original sources, much of it housed in the Special Collections at Musselman Library.
Latest post: Writing on the Operating Table Part II: The Letters of James Langstaff Dunn, Civil War Surgeon, by Sarah Johnson '15