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Lecturer in American History
Dr Rachel Williams teaches American history, with a particular focus on the social history of the 19th century.
She is currently completing a monograph on civilian relief agencies during the American Civil War, exploring the role of philanthropy, evangelical postmillennialism, and bureaucratisation in the Union war effort.
American History: Birth of a Nation
The Fire Next Time: From Slavery to Civil Rights
The Civil War in History and Culture
Introduction to the American Year Abroad
Contemporary America in Context
Response to Deborah Willis, the Black Civil War Soldier: Conflict and Citizenship
Williams, R. (2017). Response to Deborah Willis, the Black Civil War Soldier: Conflict and Citizenship. Journal of American Studies, 51(2), 339-347. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0021875817000494
Dr Williams welcomes applications for supervision in the social and cultural history of 19th-century America, American reform and philanthropy, and American Christianity.
Secretary, British Association for American Studies
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Member, Association of British American Nineteenth Century Historians
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