Jeremy Taylor, Ph.D.
Dean of the Institute for Career Readiness and McMaster School
Professor of History
Programs: History, Pre-Law
Civil War and Reconstruction Era, American military history, United States history (pre-contact to modern), African history, world history
Cities of Captivity: The Tangled Communities of Johnson’s Island Prison and Sandusky, Ohio (Under Review).
Review of William Tecumseh Sherman, In Service to My Country: A Life by James Lee McDonough, Journal of Southern History (Forthcoming).
Review of Civil War Dynasty: The Ewing Family of Ohio by Kenneth J. Heineman. Journal of Military History (Oct. 2013).
"The Great Equalizer: Nature’s Effect on Life at Johnson’s Island Prison," in Less Civil Wars: Civilians and Birth Pangs of Democracy in the Ohio River Valley edited by Marsha Robinson (2013).
Review of Captives in Gray: The Civil War Prisons of the Union by Roger Pickenpaugh. Florida Historical Quarterly 90, Summer 2011: 94-96.
"'There’s Money in Them:' General S.C. Armstrong's Marketing Plan for the Hampton Indian Program, 1878-1893." Ozark Historical Review (37) Spring 2008.
AWARDS & HONORS
Matthew Kirkpatrick Teaching Award, University of Arkansas, 2011
Doctoral Academy Fellowship, University of Arkansas, 2007-2011
James J. Hudson Doctoral Prize in the Humanities, University of Arkansas, 2010-2011
James Hudson Research Award in Military History, University of Arkansas, 2010-11
Graduate Student Conference Travel Grant, University of Arkansas, 2010
Excellence Award, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Fall 2006
Ph.D. in History, University of Arkansas
M.A. in History, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
B.A. in History, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley