The Dunning School: Historians, Race, and the Meaning of Reconstruction

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"The Dunning School provides important, groundbreaking studies of the authors of the first scholarly histories of Reconstruction in the southern states. Expertly introduced by John David Smith, these essays trace the careers and contributions of William Archibald Dunning himself and eight of his students, as well as those of Dunning's own mentor, John W. Burgess. It is well known that these writers collectively shaped both academic and popular interpretations of Reconstruction as a foolish, if not criminal, enterprise that deservedly failed in its attempt to guarantee full civil and political rights to emancipated slaves. But their views, and their books, were more diverse than is commonly understood, and we learn here how both the experiences of individual authors, and their adherence to the new professional ideal of "scientific" history, influenced their studies. The Dunning School is thus a significant contribution, not just to the historiography of Reconstruction, but also to southern intellectual history more broadly and to the history of the historical profession." -- J. William Harris, author of "The Hanging of Thomas Jeremiah: A Free Black Man's Encounter with Liberty"

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"The idea behind this book is so good and so sensible that historians will be scanning their bookshelves, surprised that no one thought to do it before." -- "Georgia Historical Quarterly"

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