Timothy J. Williams is an assistant professor of history in the Robert D. Clark Honors College, University of Oregon. He is an alumnus of Wake Forrest University (B.A.) and the University of North Carolina (M.A. & PhD). Tim’s first book was Intellectual Manhood: University, Self, and Society in the Antebellum South (University of North Carolina Press, 2015). Currently, he is working on an intellectual history of Confederate veterans. Prior to teaching at the University of Oregon Tim taught at Appalachian State University (Boone, N.C.) and the University of South Carolina’s Institute for Southern Studies (Columbia, S.C.). In every one of Tim’s classroom’s primary sources drive student investigation of the past.
Evan A. Kutzler is an assistant professor of history at Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus, Georgia, located between Andersonville National Historic Site and Jimmy Carter National Historic Site. Evan is an alumnus of Centre College (B.A.) and the University of South Carolina (M.A. & PhD). His first book was Ossabaw Island: A Sense of Place (Mercer University Press, 2016), and he is currently working on two projects: a special history study of African Americans at Andersonville for the National Park Service and a monograph on the sensory history of Civil War prisons.